Little Myrna, now named Joe, is going to her new home tonight! Her new daddy, my neighbor, D, is taking her. She’ll join big brother Lou, and Ronnie the cat in his household. Because she’ll be just on the other side of the fence we’ll get to see her grow up and she can continue to play with Tilly, Wilson and the orange kittens Jake and Larry, who she loves to wrestle with. We’ll see how much they want to wrestle with her when she gets big.
This sweet little girl is available for adoption!
Myrna came to us last Saturday when she was surrendered at the PETCO I work at. Her breed(s) are unknown but I’m guessing pitbull/something. Maybe sheperd, maybe something smaller. She’s about 8-10wks old, very very sweet, great with people, cats, and dogs.
She’s had her first round of shots, been dewormed, de-flea-ed, and is starting potty, crate and obedience training with me. She’s doing very well at all 3 tasks.
She’s super sweet and I’d really like her to go to a great home. Please spread the word and help out!
Recently I’ve been helping a (long distance) friend deal with his newly adopted rescue mutt; sweet Bear has some socialization problems that are beyond his new parents’ capabilities. After having a not so great experience with one trainer they turned to me for some help.
I realized that not everyone is aware of the training resources out there.
One of the best places to start your search for a dog trainer is the Association of Pet Dog Trainers (APDT)’s website. APDT is one of the most respected professional groups in the business and you can be sure that anyone you do contact through their site will be knowledgeable and well versed in the field.
APDT’s Trainer search page allows you to enter your location and do a search for dog trainers near to you.
This summer Wilson Walkers is sponsoring the dog water bowl and biscuit station at the East Lake Farmer’s (ELF) Market located at 2nd and Hosea Williams. Local pups, bring your human down to the market to shop while you enjoy a snack break. Let them know there is tasty baked goods, coffee, peaches and lots more there. Support your local community run farmers market!