Our last blog highlighted some of the advantages of adopting an older dog. Let’s consider two of the most important advantages of getting a new puppy. 1. A puppy will fill your free time. Raising a puppy is labor intensive, especially the first few months. Time will be required for housetraining, basic training, feedings, exercise, management, […]
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Royal here. I’m back to give my two cents from the dog’s perspective on Jenn’s blog “Top Five Questions to Ask Before Adopting a Dog.” What do dogs want you to know about us before you bring us home? First off, you need to have time for us. I can’t say that enough times. We […]
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Royal here. I’m an 8 year old Australian Shepherd and I have a lot to say on the subject of dogs. Jenn brought up some great points in her blog “Should I Get a Dog For My Children?” Let’s think about this from the puppy or dog’s perspective. It is very exciting and stressful for […]
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Dog bites are a serious issue. The American Veterinary Medical Association put together this great infographic with the staggering statistics on dog bites, related to both adults and children. Get the facts.
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Welcome everyone, to The Good Dog Blog! Jenn and I are very excited to launch this site and our new blog, where we’ll be sharing resources, training tips, products and professional advice for families with kids and dogs. So what’s the backstory here? A year ago, Jenn and I discovered a horrifying statistic. The American Veterinary […]
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Jenn Merritt, BS, CPDT-KA, and Kim Merritt-Butler grew up loving dogs. Jenn became a professional dog trainer and Tellington TTouch practitioner and Kim became a serial entrepreneur. Last year they got their heads together and came up with a new way to approach dog training for families. Good Dog in a Box was born.
Their mission is to keep dogs and kids safe through education, awareness, and advocacy. They want to reduce the number of family dogs surrendered at animal shelters by promoting positive, reward based training techniques that are family and kid friendly.
Jenn and Kim want everyone that owns a dog to have fun and enjoy their furry companion. Together, we can make a difference.
We at Good Dog in a Box want to keep family dogs at home, instead of being surrendered to shelters because of "bad behavior." We offer products that promote positive reinforcement dog training, dog bite prevention, dog safety, and humane education to improve the lives of dogs and their people.