About UsOur Pack Leader Dee Green has been professionally nurturing human-canine relationships for over 15 years. Dee grew up with dogs in the home, and demonstrated an innate ability to understand and communicate with canines... [more]
Monthly Archives: June 2008
By Pack Leader | Published: June 1, 2008
If you want your dog to pay attention when you speak, choose your words and tone very carefully. Focus on communicating with your body language; manifest your intent and your energy in your actions. Humans frequently rely on a raised voice or angry tone to command respect. Dogs, on the other hand, experience angry outbursts as unstable energy.