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For Pet's Sake Pet Sitting, LLC April 2014 e-Newsletter

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                              ...and dog walking, too!
    April E-Newsletter 2014

Here are some fun "holidays" to celebrate in April!
  • National Pet First Aid Awareness Month
  • Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month
  • National Pet Day - April 10th
  • Hairball Awareness Day -April 25th
  • National Kids & Pets Day and World Veterinary Day - April 26th

Please be advised...There will be NO SERVICE July 3-15, 2014

I've updated my website! See for updates and information.  I also post updates on my Facebook Page .  Click on any of the links or Search "For Pet's Sake Pet Sitting, LLC" and "Like" Me!

Dogs Don't Speak English!  Or German.  Or Swahili.  Or Portuguese!  Contributed by Glenda Herrin, Certified Dog Trainer and Owner of Heeling Hounds, El Paso, TX 
We human beings are so accustomed to communicating through verbal language that it's difficult for us to comprehend that dogs don't understand English!  Owners often attempt several versions of the same command to try and get a dog to comply without realizing that yelling 14 different versions of "Come here!" ("Come!  Get over here!  Hey, Sparkey!  Come on!  You better get in here!  Come on over!", etc.) makes no sense to the dog no matter how many different ways they put it if they haven't taught the dog what those words mean.  If someone were to tell you in German "Dort bleiben!" --would it help that they  tried three different ways to you "Stay" or maybe tried yelling it louder and louder?  It's the same with a dog---he will hear you speaking (or yelling), cock his head like the RCA mascot, and wonder what on earth all those sounds mean.  Dogs communicate primarily through the sense of smell, through energy, and through body language.  Unless we attach meaning to words by teaching dog what the sounds mean, they will not magically respond to a command just because we yell it over and over or even louder and louder. 

   The Humane Society could use some help!  I will even pick up and deliver!  

A personal note: 
  I hope everyone has a fabulous April!  Thank you again for your continued loyalty.  For Pet's Sake Pet Sitting, LLC is very blessed to be able to serve the good people and pets of West El Paso and the surrounding areas.  Please feel free to give my name out to anyone in need of pet care.  For Pet's Sake Pet Sitting, LLC is properly insured and bonded, nationally certified, and enjoys an "A" rating with the Better Business Bureau.  It is my mission to provide the absolute best care possible to each and every client.  Thank you. ~Stephanie

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