This is a reminder to replenish your Pet Emergency Kit.
We replace our dog’s three days worth of food, water, and medicine whenever he gets a new bag in the kitchen. Whenever his vaccines or license is renewed, we ask our veterinarian for two extra copies of his updated record (one for the travel crate / one for his travel bag which we keep by the first aid kit). Aside from the usual supplies in a first aid kit, we include puppy pads to soak up any accidental liquids, tweezers for unwanted foxtails or ticks, and an extra leash and collar.
We take his travel backpack with him whether it’s a long summer road trip or a quick family trip to Modesto. It’s easy when everything is already kept in the backpack.
A+ Dog Training’s mission is to help bring peace in your home. Whether that’s through dog obedience, behavior training, or emergency readiness we are here to help!
Although today was a cooler day with a slight breeze throughout Modesto and Turlock, I still left my dog at home. Even though I can take him to most of my errands and not leave him in the car, the thought of hot asphalt or sidewalks come to mind – not to mention how much this Labrador will shed his fur in my car!
By the time I came home, he was passed out on the couch with the fan directly on him. We trained him to be on the couch only when we put his sheet to cover it. And yes…he sleeps with his eyes open.
There were 22 dogs that attended June’s Pack Walk. It was our first hot pack walk of the season. We took a shorter route, lasting 1.57 miles in 44 minutes. There was a fun run (5k & 10k) event that was going on and Tom was helping owners train their dogs to be walking near runners without lunging or barking at them. This is why we offer the free pack walks monthly. A+ Dog Training wants to provide dog lovers from as far as Modesto, Ceres, and Patterson a place in Turlock to socialize their dogs and get to know other dog lovers.
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The Free Pack Walk is on today at 9am-10am. We will meet at the corner of Crowell and Monte Vista. The weather should be between 79-84 degrees during the hour walk. Make sure to bring comfortable clothes since it will still be warm out. Please no retractable leashes and bring poop bags for your dog. One dog per person. Come out and have fun meeting new people while your dog gets socialized.
No matter how much training your dog works on, a dog is an animal with a high sense of smell. Remember to close the lid on your garbage cans to prevent unwanted trips to the vet. This was Saran Wrap found in the stomach of one of our client’s dogs.
GiGi’s last day as a public school teacher was today. She gets the summer off and then officially begins working alongside Tom, full-time with A+ Dog Training.
As A+ Dog Training grows, we would like to thank all of our clients that have referred us to others time and time again. We love finding out that someone has heard about our company because they complimented a former client for how well behaved their dog was and how they could never take their dog out in public Modesto. The answer is simple, “I learned from Thomas Lee at A+ Dog Training.” Then the person either has seen the car or says, “Oh, I know who you’re talking about! He’s bald and is always at Home Depot in Turlock with a different dog each week?” Hahaha! Keep the referrals coming. We greatly appreciate your support in our local small business.