Watertown, Massachusetts, United States

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What Your Dog Is Trying To Tell You


Check out this excellent video by The Family Dog. Safe for the whole family!

Dogs don't speak with words. They speak with their bodies. They are talking all the time! http://www.thefamilydog.com/

Personal Space?

Stop The 77

77% of bites come from a friends dog or the families own, well-loved dog. This is a powerful video that shows how tolerant dogs appear to be, until they're not. If you don't set the limits the dog will. 

Join us in helping to stop the 77. Visit http://stopthe77.com/ for more great information.

Local Resources

Emergency Numbers

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ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center Phone Number: (888) 426-4435 

MSPCA Angell Emergency  (617) 522-7282 

Mass Vet Referral Hospital (Woburn, MA)    (781) 932-5802 

Tufts Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Care  (508) 668-5454 

The AVMA position statement on punishment:


The Link Between Domestic Violence & Animal Abuse


Massachusetts Law Regarding Tethering:


Report Animal Cruelty:


Worthwhile LINKS

MSPCA Angell, Boston MA has pages of resources for pet owners. Detailed, sound advice on almost every topic imaginable.    


Bring Fido is a comprehensive site containing places your pets are welcome. They boast 10,000 places you can  take your dog. 


Muzzle Safety And Education


Best Friends Animal Society does incredible work saving dogs and educating pet owners. A  great hub of information.


Kids & Dogs


Youcan link to any charity by visiting this link. I highly recommend doing this as it requires the least effort to make a difference to a charity 501(c)(3) of your choice!!


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Client Gratitude

"Janet was clearly born to do this - ML's "Mary Poppins for doggies" analogy is spot on. 

She is everything you would want - highly professional, positive, reliable, trustworthy, kind, thoughtful and responsive. She provided us with a detailed training plan based on our goals and initial session, and then provided frequent progress updates (I also love seeing our puppy Sidney on her Instagram feed which has a well-deserved celebrity level following).

Sidney clearly loves working with Janet. In just a few training sessions, Janet was able to get our extremely high energy and distractible puppy to walk calmly on a leash and even maintain the discipline to leave a treat on her paw until she was told to "take it." (We were unable to achieve this after months of trying without Janet).

We could not recommend her more highly."

-Neel Shah, October 2016