Dogs in Prison: Who’s Training Whom

August 17, 2011 by  
Filed under Rescued Animals

Blogging with Shirley Scott

If you have questions about my talk, please ask them here.

If you would like to find out more about how to start a Dogs in Prison program in your area, I’d be very willing to give you a few pointers on how we started ours and how it all works.

Please visit my website to email me or call me for more information on this program. It saves lives!

Shirley Scott
PO Box 792
Walla Walla, Wa 99362

Helping Animals Heal Old Traumas

March 16, 2011 by  
Filed under Rescued Animals

Blogging with Anne Angelo

Communicating with animals who have experienced trauma and abuse can be a very rewarding experience.

Keeping in mind that there can also be challenges that arise from these sessions, the rewards of growing from the hurdles that we might encounter, as well as the beauty in hearing the animals' perspectives about their past experiences has been an opportunity for growth for myself and others.

I look forward to hearing your questions and examples of your own experiences related to communication with animals who have experienced trauma and abuse.

Much love,
Anne Angelo

Creating a Heart Connected Relationship . . .

January 19, 2011 by  
Filed under Showing & Training

with Your Performance Dog or Horse

Blogging With Kathy Kawalec

Dogs and Horses are eager partners in sport and service, and we often face training and performance challenges that need to be resolved. These common challenges can be used as gateways to deepen your relationship, enhance communication and transform your life!

I would love to hear your stories of working through training or performance challenges…and to answer your questions about the process.

Warm regards,
Kathy Kawalec

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