Am I sometimes too busy or tired to exercise and pamper my Beloved Pet?
Would I feel more comfortable traveling or engaging in additional social activities if I KNEW I had someone I could trust to love and care for my pets? (Some of our clients did not travel before finding us because they did not want to leave their pets. Now they enjoy traveling and get updates from us while on vacation and do not worry about anything:).
Are my pets acting out (barking out of boredom and loneliness, digging, chewing things up, depressed, lethargic, hyperactive)? I know how IMPORTANT exercise, training, and pampering is and how it could really help.
Is she or he gaining weight which could shorten their life and add stress on their muscle skeletal system? It could also adversely effect hormonal, digestive, gastrointestinal and other internal functions.
Yes, it would be great to have someone I could depend on who really cares about my pets and my home when I am not there. I am going to listen to that nice group of people (including Dr. Mike) who wrote their personal recommendations on the previous page and maybe even call some of the other clients who have had their dogs trained and or taken care of by this loving team, Anita and Mike.
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Anita's Loving Pet Services | Lomita, California | (310) 938-1224 | email@example.com
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Do I need to deepen my understanding of my special dog and vice versa? Do we need help from a professional dog trainer who specialized in enhancing and even healing relationships? Can my dog really be trained? Can I? Is it even worth the effort and expense?
If you can identify with any of the above and are just settling with putting up with unwanted behavior, maybe not enjoying or even able to walk your dog, or do not know who to turn to for help?................Please call me or email me and let me know what your desires for your dog are. You can even talk to several of my clients whose dogs were totally untrained and ask them how they are now after I have trained them (the owners) and worked and played with their pups/dogs (training needs to be motivating and fun too:).