Category Archives: Blog

Canine Cough   Cases of canine cough, commonly known as kennel cough, are being reported throughout Birmingham. Canine cough is airborne and can transmit through contact or surfaces. Symptoms of canine cough include: a dry non-productive cough, gagging or retching, rapid breathing, lethargy, lack of appetite, sneezing, runny nose and runny eyes A dog can […]

Packwalking By Adam Summerford I wanted to write a followup to the pack walking blog from a few weeks ago. Kelly’s post was a good example of how pack walking can help add new members into your pack, such as having a child, getting a roommate, or a new dog. Pack walking is an invaluable […]

We know you love your dog and you want to make sure that they are eating healthy and nutritious food.  With so many brands on the market it can be hard to figure out what the right choice is. The first step is to look at the ingredient panel of your dog’s current food and […]

Using Packwalking as a Tool for Bringing New Members Into Your Family By: Kelly Haywood   At the end of this week, I’m getting married. Lot’s of changes have been happening and all 100% great…at least for the humans in this relationship. My fiancé (Bailey) and I both have a dog so we are becoming […]

Romey’s Story This week we wanted to share the story of one of our training clients Romey, the Havenese, who came to We Talk Dog for training after a culmination of aggressive behaviors that resulted in Romey biting Libby, his young owner. After the family dog died when Libby was two, she excitedly counted down […]

Tips to Keep Your Pup Safe on Halloween! With Halloween right around the corner we thought it would be good to reshare some information to keep your pups safe and happy this Halloween. Ok, so it’s time to torture ourselves with our best frien-emy ever…Halloween candy.  And our pups usually love it as much as […]

How to Use PetExec Each We Talk Dog client is given a PetExec account so that you can schedule boarding and daycare as well as update your pets information online. You should receive a welcome email after you come in for temperament testing. When you login for the first time your username will be the […]

When Should You Start Training Your Dog? by Adam Summerford   Training starts before you even pick your new dog up. Creating boundaries and teaching your dog what is expected of them right from the beginning will ease their transition and set your pup up for success. Most Dogs want nothing but to please you […]

GROOMING Q&A   At We Talk Dog, Jeanette and the team answer questions about the grooming process daily. Below are some of our most frequently asked questions and information to consider when deciding if its time to schedule your pup a grooming appointment.   “How often does my dog need to be groomed?” Most dogs […]