Kids

  • It happened to me! When things don’t go as planned.

    October 6, 2021

    Our guest blog is from one of our awesome Family Paws Educators.  Meet Debra Murray What Debra shares in this blog post is something I think many will connect with.  I think it is so important for all of us to remember that there are times that despite how much WE want something to work […]

  • The Crate Controversy

    August 4, 2021

    This is a super helpful blog post from one of. our Family Paws Educators, Verena Schleich.  The Crate Controversy Here is a bit more about the author. “Verena Schleich is a KPA-CTP, proud graduate of the Family Paws Parent Educator program, and certified in Pet Loss Companioning.  She lives in an old farm house with […]

  • Dogs love space

    May 22, 2021

    When setting up success stations it is important to keep some important points in mind.  What works in your home for a baby under 3 months may change quickly for a baby at 5 months.  Management will change constantly for the first 3 years!  How you might ask? Let’s talk about an example. You may have […]

  • Dogs and Toddlers, Preparing families with dogs for life with Toddlers

    January 12, 2021

    This program is by far (in my opinion) the most important program that ALL dog lovers, parents, professionals and humans need to view.  Yep, basically everyone can benefit from the topics covered in this program.  One of my 2021 New Year’s resolutions is to reach as many people as possible with the important information covered […]

  • Doggie Detective® Activity Sheets

    May 12, 2020

    Yeah!  A fun way to learn increase you and your child’s dog aware skills by being Doggie Detectives®!  Check out these fun activity sheets.  Look at each drawing and talk about the EARS, EYES, TAIL, MUZZLE, gather all the clues to solve the puzzle.  What is the dog saying with their body language?  Check it […]

  • Kiss to Dismiss- Not all licks are the same.

    January 7, 2018

    Our hotline gets many calls from concerned families who have experienced growling or a bite from their family dog.  In the description often they will mention how the dog always licked the child.  They are confused by why the dog would be “kissing” (a human form of affection and then biting?  This is why I […]

  • Easter Egg Hunt fun!

    April 16, 2017

      All you need is some tasty treats, kids to stuff and hide eggs and family dogs (and cats). ***Dog Aware Tip*** We encourage to do food activities with one dog at a time to prevent any conflicts or safety issues.  Check out Windsor and his egg fun!  

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