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The Blog Is Back!

Updated: Aug 21, 2023

Hello, pet lovers! I'm thrilled to be back after a five-year hiatus from blogging. I want to express my heartfelt appreciation for your ongoing support. During my time away from my blog, so much has happened! First, I moved - I've been focusing on graduate studies in psychology, researching human-canine behavior, and even traveling with clients to places like airports, Zoos and Disney World. My primary service is 1 on 1 training, and I am typically booked out for 6 months on several days of the week.

As a very small business owner in Indiana -I originally began as a word-of-mouth business. Yet, I have so much demand from many cities - I am grateful for! - But with more calls, emails and client demand than I can physically attend to - I quit marketing and utilizing the social media world for a while. I never was big on technology or sharing selfie-style videos of myself and clients to the internet! Videography is not my forte.

However, I want to educate those who reach out to me for help. So, over the years I have contemplated new ways to still reach the masses and more pet owners, while posting what I personally feel comfortable with - so without trying to be a viral dog trainer gal with tons of internet trolling and comments to reply to.

I'm filled with gratitude for the wonderful community of pet owners I've had the privilege to work with. While my expertise lies in various fields - severe behavior modification and psychiatric service dog training are my primary 1 on 1 clientele now. These long-term client commitments do mean I have very limited availability for new clients, even in Indiana. I've realized that I want to reach a wider audience still and share my knowledge with common pet challenges.

I'll be updating my website over the next few weeks to provide you with an enhanced user experience and valuable resources. Stay tuned for regular blog updates and feel free to request a topic!

Thank you for reading and for caring about the well-being of your canine companion.

-Lisa The Traveling Dog Trainer

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