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Happy Holidays Everyone! December is upon us! The last month of 2018. Where did the year go?! As I reflect on the past year I realize it has been a whirlwind and yet a blessing in many ways.
I extend my deepest gratitude to you for allowing us to have served you and your pets and I hope that we afforded you peace of mind whether you were traveling or working long hours (our pet sitting clients) or the satisfaction that we helped you create a better behaved dog (dog training clients). It is, and always will be our mission and our pleasure to bring you the
highest level of care and satisfaction in whatever service you need from us. We are not perfect although we strive for perfection and when we fall short we do our very best to make you our clients feel happy, satisfied and loved.
With the upcoming holidays comes decorations, holiday plants and food, lots of food! With that in mind I urge you to be a bit more aware in regards to your pets. Below are a few articles on holiday hazards which you may find helpful. If your pet is acting out of sorts it may be due to ingesting tinsel, ribbon, poisonous holiday plants or too much human food (hold the table scraps please!). The holidays are not made happier by an emergency trip to the vet!
Thank you again for your continued patronage. We wish you a beautiful holiday season filled with friends, family and happy pets and we are looking forward to serving you in the new year!
How was your 2018? Post on our FACEBOOK or INSTAGRAM pages to share your thoughts, I WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU!
Hugs and Happy Tails,
Owner-Good Dog! Coaching & Pet Care
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UNLEASH THE HAPPY!
- National Cat Lover's Month
- National Mutt Day, December 2nd: Learn more HERE
- National Hot Cocoa Day, December 13th,(curl up with a cup of cocoa and your furry loved ones) Learn more HERE
- Christmas, December 25th
- New Years Eve, December 31st
Upcoming Local Events:
- Second Annual Gladiators Wiener Dog Race: Thursday, December 27th 7:35 pm MORE INFO HERE
Second Annual Gladiators Wiener Dog Race!
Thursday, December 27th - 7:35 PM vs. Florida
During the first intermission of the game, all registered dogs will race down the ice against each other in several heats. The winning dogs from each heat will go head-to-head in the championship race. Each participant will receive a code for discounted tickets for family and friends to attend and watch. The winning dog will earn local fame, while the victor's owner will receive a LOADED Gladiators Hockey prize pack!
TO SIGN-UP YOUR DACHSHUND (or similar small dog breed under 25 pounds) PLEASE EMAIL HOCKEY@ATLANTAGLADIATORS.COM OR CALL 770-497-5100!
Find out more HERE
The only dogs that will be permitted in the Arena MUST have pre-registered to participate in the race and be NO LARGER THAN 25 POUNDS. Any owner that brings a dog not registered for the race or that is too big will not be permitted into the Arena that night.
In Case You Missed it... Training Tip Tuesday Video Series
Dog Training Tips, Q&A
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As you prepare for holiday visitors, set your dog up for success with the most important command to teach your dog... View Video Here
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GOOD DOG! SPOTLIGHT- PET OF THE MONTH
This is River, an 11 year old Jack Russell mix. She's one of our newest clients and we're happy to have her! She loves getting her daily walks with her sitters Aidan or Jana. No matter the weather she's ready to go!
The Jack Russell Terrier is a small-sized breed of dog, developed in England some 200 years ago to hunt foxes, the Jack Russell Terrier, also known as the Parson Russell Terrier, is a lively, independent, and clever little dog. They're charming and affectionate but also a handful to train and manage!
Top 5 Holiday Dangers for Your Pet
The Holidays can be hazardous to your pet’s health. Here is a list of things to look out for…
Dangling decorations: These look like toys to your dog or cat. Glass ornaments break easily and are extremely harmful if ingested. Opt for plastic ornaments at least for the lowest hanging branches of your tree, and eliminate tinsel altogether. Cats find it irresistible.
Sitter Spotlight!- Cara Batson
Hi! I’m Cara. I live in Suwanee, GA with my husband, our 5 year old daughter, Bailey and our sweet 12 year old yellow lab, Sygh.
I am a stay at home mom with a lifelong passion and love for all animals. I have been caring for animals since I was young and I truly feel the most comfortable when helping others and their pets. I will treat your furbabies as if they are my own.
I enjoy volunteering my time with local dog rescues, hiking as well as spending time with my family.
I’m very excited to be a part of the Good Dog! Coaching & Pet Care family and look forward to loving and caring for your pets.
Learn more about all of our awesome pet sitters here.
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Caramelized Onion & Brussels Sprout Galette
by Eating Well
Serve this vegetarian tart recipe as a main dish or in thinner slices for an appetizer or side dish. Since you'll be pleating the dough to create a rustic look, buy ready-to-roll pie crusts rather than prepared pie shells—you'll find them in the dairy section of your market with other ready-to-bake items or near the frozen desserts.
Why Hire a Professional Pet Sitter vs a Neighbor or Friend?
|HERE COME THE HOLIDAYS! You've made plans to travel but who will care for your loved ones? I mean, the furry loved ones???|
Here is a true story about a family who left their dog in a care of a close family friend during the holidays. Like many other individuals out there, they’ve had friends care for their house and pets before without problems. Their dog would be allowed to stay in the comfort of his own home and even though they didn’t have to pay for it they made sure to give their friend a nice gift for being there and for helping out. READ MORE...
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Terie Hansen, Professional Dog Trainer, Pet Sitter & Owner at Good Dog! Coaching & Pet Care-may be reached at
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