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Good Dog Pet Care
 We Love Pets, Just Like You...
Happy Holidays from Good Dog!
Coaching  and Pet Care
 Terie Hansen and Cole
From our family to yours, we wish you love, peace and joy this Holiday season and throughout the coming year.  Our sincere thanks for your loyalty and goodwill.  We appreciate each and every one of you!
We now offer Gift Certificates!

Give the gift of Pet Care or Training! Gift Certificates available now. Have a family member who will be traveling and needs care for their pets? A gift card for Professional Pet Sitting by Good Dog! Coaching & Pet Care, LLC is the perfect! Does someone you know have a Naughty dog? A gift card for Professional Dog Training by Good Dog! would put that dog on the Nice list. Call us today! We can help you with the purrrfect gift. 404-422-9832
We can help bring peace to your home.
At Good Dog! Coaching , we coach you on how to communicate with and train your dog.
Good Dog! Coaching is a proud member of
APDT – Association of Pet Dog Trainers.
Call 404-422-9832
Traveling for the holidays?
Choosing a Pet Sitter...
Pet sitters do much more than provide a pet with food and water while their guardian is away from home.
A good pet sitter also spends quality time with the animal, gives him exercise and knows how to tell if he needs veterinary attention. What's more, pet sitters typically offer additional services, such as taking in mail and newspapers and watering plants.
But just because someone calls herself a pet sitter doesn't mean she's qualified to do the job.
Awarded Best of Gwinnett 2013!
It's Official! Good Dog! Coaching & Pet Care is Best of Gwinnett for 2013!!! Thank you to all of you who voted for us. We couldn't have done it without you! Look for us in Gwinnett Magazine.
Healthy Dog Biscuit Recipe
2 cups whole-wheat flour
1 Tablespoon baking powder
1 cup natural peanut butter
1 cup low-fat milk
Cut out shapes using
mini cookie cutters.
Bake at 375 degrees for 20 minutes.  
Gift Ideas for the Dog in Your Life

Most households already do a lot to keep their pets happy, safe, and healthy. During the holidays it's nice to wrap a few presents for the furry members of the family, as well. Inexpensive dog gifts can show love and bring comfort to a pet without stretching budgets too thin. Cost is relative, of course, but from homemade doggy treats to a new memory foam bed, there's something for every dog. Here are several ideas that will do you and your favorite dog proud:
Stocking Stuffers.  Treats, new bones or toys, and a trendy new collar all make good stocking stuffers for pets. Sneaking in a few vitamins might be a good idea, too (they'll thank you later). Perhaps inspired by the cookies left out for Santa, some pet owners have taken to baking holiday dogs treats.
Rest. After a long walk or a big day at the park, a quick bite and long nap are in order. But when aches begin to plague an older furry companion, resting on a worn-out mattress just won't do. A memory foam bed can be pricey, but mature dogs with joint problems will be forever grateful.
Let's Walk. Getting outside and enjoying a brisk walk is important for dogs no matter the time of year (smaller dogs might appreciate a vest or sweater during the winter). A new ultra-comfy leash is an excellent holiday gift for a dog. Of course, hiring a Professional Dog Walker will free up your time and offer your dog a change of pace.
Calming Aids. The holidays can be hectic for everyone, including pets. With guests running around, new smells filling the air, and the excitement of gift-opening, all the activity can be a lot to handle. Several options designed to calm anxious, scared, or hyperactive dogs, from training tips and collars to shirts, music, and diffusers filled with "dog-appeasing pheromones." Calming sprays, shampoos, and treats are also available at some pet stores. 
Choosing the right pet for your child’s age
As the holidays approach many parents contemplate getting their child a pet.
Thinking of adding a pet to the family? Make sure you’re bringing home an animal who is appropriate for your child’s age.

... Infants
... Toddlers
... 3 to 5 
Give the greatest gift of all,
a Forever home to a pet
The Georgia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is a non-profit pet rescue organization located in Suwanee, Georgia.  We place abandoned, unwanted and abused cats and dogs into loving homes. 
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Group Training Class Starts February 6th
We have a new Group Dog Training Class starting Thursday February 6th
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We'd Like It A Lot!
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Pet Picture of the Month
Buster is a Beagle/Basset mix. He is the life of the party. He enjoys making friends, snuggling on the sofa and alerting friends, family and the neighborhood when a guest arrives at his home. True to Beagle form he puts the “Howl” In Happy Howlidays!
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Good Dog Pet Care • 3891 Yellowstone Way SW • Lilburn, GA 30047
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