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I recently contributed an article to the Huffington Post about dogs sleeping in bed with their owners. Solid, discount viagra diagnosis human-centric leadership is the key to sharing our beds with our canine friends. Here is a snippet:
Unlike many trainers, best cialis sick I am not too uptight about dogs sleeping in bed with their owners. If the dog is properly house trained, and there is solid, human-centric leadership in the relationship, it should not be a problem.
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Hey All! I will be presenting this Sunday 9/12 at the Mayors Alliance Adoptapalooza event in Washington Square park. I will be addressing “The Causes of and Solutions to Behavior Problems in your Dog”. I will be speaking at 2:00 pm with Q&A to follow. Hope to see you there!!!