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Baggins' Bites: Home Alone?
November 07, 2011
Hey Dog Lover,

Remember the movie Home Alone?

It’s the one where 8 year old Kevin, played by Macaulay Culkin, accidentally gets left behind when the family goes to Paris on vacation.

When he realizes he’s home alone he does what any self-respecting kid would do. He eats ice cream for breakfast, watches whatever he wants on TV and breaks into his brother’s room rummage through his drawers and closets.

Which brings me to your dog…

Left home alone a lot of dogs will get into the trash, bark endlessly and even chew up furniture. Does this sound like yours?

If you’re anxious about leaving your dog home alone at home you’re not alone. Dog expert Catherine Potin says 80% of dog parents worry about leaving their dog home alone or feel guilty. (I know I often suffer from “doggie” guilt!)

You want your dogs to be calm and happy – even when hanging out at home while you’re at work or running errands. Don’t you? Of course you do.

That’s why I’m so excited to let you know about this upcoming telesummit.

4 dog trainers and 5 veterinarians and wellness practitioners will help you understand what’s going on in your dog’s brain so you can communicate the right way.

Do you know that many dog lovers amp up their dog’s stress levels by making a big deal about leaving? Learn what you might be doing to increase your dog’s anxiety levels and how to do the opposite.

This is a free telesummit starting Nov. 8 through Nov. 12

Each speaker will be available for 24 hours starting at 5pm PST/8pm EST.

Here’s an example of what you’ll get. You know how dog’s communicate through their sense of smell? Dog Trainer and Behaviorist- Marcia Murray Stoof – CPDT will walk you through your dog’s nose so you can finally understand what drives him.

Plus, there will be a special presentation by Dr. Christian Durin who specializes in arthritis in dogs & cats.

So sign up right now because it won’t be around for long!


Yours in Treats and Health,

Jen & Sammy the best in dog treat recipes

P.S. There will also be a specialist in separation anxiety. I know you don’t want to miss this! separation anxiety.

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