I've worked with some pretty great and effective teachers
New Wilmington, PA (PRWEB) February 25, 2009
When people adopt or purchase dogs or puppies, they are oftentimes left to train them on their own. Some people send their dogs to an obedience school, and that can be fairly effective; but to truly build a bond with your pet, there's no substitute for training together. Longtime dog enthusiast, Joan Heverly has been training dogs for over 35 years and is now imparting her knowledge with people who want to do it themselves.
In October 2008, Heverly launched http://www.DogsMadeBetter.com, a comprehensive dog information site.
"I've worked with some pretty great and effective teachers," said Heverly. "They've definitely helped me become a good trainer in my own right."
Unlike many pet website writers, Heverly has a degree in Animal Science and her experience has allowed her to easily build a rapport with dogs.
The site zeroes in on the aspects of dog training and dog behavior. Heverly's tips are easy-to-follow and are punctuated with time-tested techniques and facts. She also has her email listed on the site for people who have specific questions and concerns about the way that they're training pets.
With many questions to field about dogs, Heverly has recently launched a new blog, http://www.DogsMadeBetterInfo.com, which addresses dog training techniques and questions, as well as other concerns that pet owners may have.
"The idea is to provide information and tips that will help pet owners expand on the techniques that are on the website," explained Heverly. "I will also have dog food and product reviews."
While the blog is meant to be a natural expansion of the site, Heverly plans to continue to build DogsMadeBetter.com with additional topics, such as the proper training of puppies, which requires different techniques from training recently adopted dogs.
About the Company:
DogsMadeBetter.com is a part of JBH Online, LLC. which is owned and operated by Joan Heverly. Heverly has a degree in Animal Science and 35 years experience training dogs.