Dog Training




Hello My Fellow Fur Parents! As my position at Dingo’s grows, I wanted to take a minute to introduce myself, or re-introduce myself, as not only the General Manager here at Dingos, but also the newly appointed, in-house Dog Trainer! I have spent the past eighteen months ensuring Dingo’s runs seamlessly whilst […]

Hi, My Name is Julia Breau!




An important way to foster a young dog’s social growth and expand his emotional intelligence is to give him ample opportunities to engage with his conspecifics in a pack environment.  The “power of the pack” stems from its foundation as a teaching platform whereby older dogs are able to “correct” younger […]

The Secret to a Copacetic Pack, Part 1: Receiving and ...


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It should be noted that not all dogs do well in a daycare setting. Some are aggressive, some have impulse control issues, and others are too anxious to be comfortable in an enclosed area with a large pack of dogs. None of these problems mean your dog is a bad […]

What to Do if Your Dog Gets Excused from Daycare: ...




Dingo’s Dogsitting was proud to host David Feldman of Skillful Hands Therepeutic Dog Massage to our facility on Saturday June 9th. David is a certified dog massage therapist. He offers direct therapeutic massage for your dog as well as individual or group instruction for you to learn how to massage […]

Canine Massage Basics with David Feldman of Skillful Hands Therepeutic ...


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As the mother of an 16-month-old, I’ve been reading more and more about child psychology and development, and, in so doing, I cannot help but draw conclusions about the ways in which many of the theories around this evolving field of research are applicable to me in my job as […]

“Rough and Tumble Rats” (and Dogs)