Sunday, December 29, 2013
Year End at Smart Dogs Canine Training in Milton
Looking for some New Years resolutions that are not the norm? No dieting, less spending or being nicer? How about some resolutions to making you and your dogs relationship stronger, and more meaningful? And how to we acheive this, you may ask. Through training, exercise, play and quality time. Nothing builds a better bond with a pet than taking the time to comunicate with them through good obedience training (or any type of training for that matter). So, if you've got some things that you know your dog needs work on (or both you and your dog), why not make that your New Years resolution instead of loosing 10lbs. And hey, the bonus is the more time you take with your dog, the more active you'll get, and you'll probably loose those 10lbs anyway.
The old cliche that time goes by way too fast is often spot on during the holiday season. The New Year is now upon us and we'd like to take the time to thank all of our wonderful clients whom we've worked with over the 2013 year. The efforts we've seen and the dramatic results make our work so very worth while. Keep up the great work everyone, and we look forward to 2014 with new and return clients!