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Happy May!
Happy May Everyone!

May has almost come and gone, my apologies for the late newsletter. I was out of town at the end of April (playing catch up) enjoying time with some of my family. My son Marshall and his girl to be exact. It was a welcome break for all involved! Especially with all that has been happening with Marshall this past almost two years! We enjoyed some fun in the sun at Cape Canaveral, Florida. That's us it the photo above, Marshall & Angela having some fun, Cole enjoying some relaxing time and a very cool sand sculpture out in front of the Ron Jon Shop!

My husband and I truly treasured the time we had with them and of course Cole! 
If you didn't already know, PAWFEST HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED TO OCTOBER as there were supposed to be some pretty crazy storms that day (which we all know never materialized). As far as I know Pawfest has never been rescheduled, it's a rain or shine event. I think it had more to do with the city of Lawrenceville as it was supposed to take place on the Lawrenceville Lawn. So, we'll just have to wait until October! 
 Did You Know About Doggie Tales??? 

Have a tail-wagging good time while practicing reading skills!

The Lawrenceville Branch of Gwinnett Public Libraries invites children Ages 5 and up to read to a friendly dog. The dogs are trained and registered members of Therapy Dogs International Chapter #193.

Doggie Tales takes place the 4th Saturday of the month and it's free to join them!
10:30 – 11:30  AM at the Lawrenceville Branch at 1001 Lawrenceville Highway, Lawrenceville, GA 30046

We've got a lot going on in this newsletter so be sure to scroll all the way down so you don't miss a thing. Events, recipes and especially our positive thought for the month!
Thank you again for your continued patronage. We love serving you!

Do you have a selfie with your pet? Post on our FACEBOOK or INSTAGRAM pages to share, I WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU!
Terie Hansen and Cole
Hugs and Happy Tails,
Terie Hansen
Owner-Good Dog! Coaching & Pet Care Forward to a Friend
May is...

  • National Pet Month: Learn more HERE
  • Pet Cancer Awareness Month: Learn more HERE
  • Responsible Animal Guardian Month: Learn more HERE
  • Chip Your Pet Month: Learn more HERE
  • Lyme Disease Prevention Month: Learn more HERE
  • National Lost Dog Awareness Day, April 23rd: Learn more HERE
  • Hairball Awareness Day, April 26th: Learn more HERE
  • National Therapy Animal Day, April 30th: Learn more HERE
  • Bark After Dark May 30th, What's better than sipping a cold drink? Sipping a cold drink with your four legged bestie! All Proceeds Benefit Friends of the Forlorn. More Info HERE
  • DIG Atlanta Launch, Thursday May 23rd, 6pm-8pm The Dog Person's Dating App. More Info HERE
  • Doggie Tales, May 25th 10:30am-11:30am GCPL Lawrenceville Branch
  • Register for the Paw Parade HERE , Register to be a Vendor HERE , Learn more about the event HERE
It's the Dog Person's Dating App! You know we have apps for everything now, and Dig App there are no shortage of dating apps. Well now there is one for people with dogs. It's a place where dog loving singles can meet others just like them. Someone who will love their dog just as much as they do.
Once two people "Dig" each other, Dig helps them find a date idea. Dog friendly date locations, parks, events and more! They also highlight adoptable dogs, tips and tricks and daily deals.
They're Launch is happening May 23rd at 6pm. For info click HERE . and Visit the app store to check it out and find someone you really Dig!
In Case You Missed it...
Training Tip Tuesday Video Series
Dog Training Tips, Q&A
  • It can keep him from running out doors.
  • It helps to keep dogs from barking at doors/windows by giving them a quiet place to hang out.
  • It can keep your dog out of the way (if he is constantly underfoot).
  • With some effort it creates less creeping or crawling than stay because the dog learns his body has to be on the place item.
  • It teaches your dog "Calm on Command", which is great for a dog's state of mind. Knowing how to be calm is important.
  • It burns energy! 
Check out Training Tip Tuesday #10 to learn more View Video Here
If you have a dog training question, visit our facebook page and post it or email us at 
WE DID IT AGAIN! With your help of course.
Thank you to ALL who voted for us.
We love and appreciate each and every one of you!
We'll be working hard today and every day to live up to our
Good Dog! Spotlight: Pet of the Month

 Meet Prince Charming!

This is Prince Charming! One of our oldest and best clients, Princey and his brother Picasso have been with us from the beginning. Prince Charming is a toy poodle, and though he may be blind and getting on in years, he doesn't let it slow him down and loves to run ahead on walks!
The Toy Poodle is certainly not known for being shy! This is an outgoing dog who is generally calm and happy but can also be energetic. While its size limits the length of walks, daily walks should be given to ensure good health. The Toy Poodle is a very elegant dog that is squarely built and well proportioned. This breed walks with an air of confidence and is said to walk proudly and with purpose! Anyone who knows Prince Charming certainly knows that he embodies all that a Toy Poodle is known for!
The Truth About Contemporary Remote Collar Dog Training
When most people hear the words “Shock” collar it can be both scary and offensive. The “Shock” collars of old are nothing like the contemporary Remote Collars of shock collar off leash k9 training
While many people think that the dog is being “shocked” into submission, the truth is, contemporary trainers, using high end remote collars apply a “pressure” that is neutral, mild and based on the same technology as TENS machines used for physical therapy in humans. 

Remote collars do not “burn” a dog’s skin and in fact many quality systems of today are completely water proof! 

Low level remote collar training done properly, communicates to your dog with a mild sensation that is not harming to them mentally or physically. It is non-combative in it’s approach which is especially important for reactive dogs. It owners to communicate in a fast and effective manner. In fact, shared training sessions will actually improve your bond with your dog. READ MORE
Terie Hansen, Professional Dog Trainer, Pet Sitter & Owner at Good Dog! Coaching & Pet Care-may be reached at 404-422-9832
Sitter Spotlight: Wendy

Wendy is one of our newer pet sitters, but we are so excited to have her! She loves pets of all shapes and sizes and can't wait to shower your fur kids with attention.
Here's her story... Hi, I’m Wendy. I grew up with animals my whole life. I have a passion for pets of all sizes and species. I am excited to be able to help you by caring for your pets while you are away. Your babies will be cared for and loved just as if they were my own. I absolutely love and adore my pets Chicharito and Bella my Lab/Pit mixes, Johnny a Long Haired Chihuahua, Tinkerbell a Calico cat, and Crush and Lily, Yellow Bellied Slider turtles. I’m looking forward to meeting you and your pets! 

Learn more about all of our awesome pet sitters here.
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Recipe of the Month

Chipotle Maple Chicken Thighs

by Midwest Living

We won't mince words: This is juicy, spicy, sticky, glorious barbecued chicken. One of the secrets? Chicken thighs. They cook fast, like breasts, but they have richer flavor and don't dry out. And nutritionally speaking, the two are more similar than you'd think.

Get the recipe HERE
Why Hire a Professional Pet Sitter vs a Neighbor or Friend?
Summer is almost here! You've made plans to travel but who will care for your loved ones? I mean, the furry loved ones???free pet sitting visits
You want your pets to be more than just "taken care of" right? You want them to be happy! Professional pet sitters like us connect and bond with your pets. We love what we do and your pets pick up on that. It makes them feel relaxed and loved.
Isn't that what you want when you can't be there?
Mention our newsletter and Get two FREE Pet Visits Now! CLICK HERE
or call us now to get all your questions answered happily.
It would be our pleasure to serve you!
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