Fall 2016 Newsletter

19th Sep 2016

Click here to read Karen’s latest blog, about new classes at All Things Pawssible and an update to our liability waiver.    

Spring 2016 Newsletter

13th Apr 2016

Click here to learn how to control fleas and ticks naturally and upcoming events at All Things Pawssible. You may also click on the images below.          

A Pocket Full of Prosciutto and A Prayer

14th Jan 2016

Smitty is a two year old Shih-Tzu whom I rescued back in July.  I happily put him in my car where he proceeded to try and jump out the window. He refused to acknowledge my existence or my treats. My […]

Fall 2015 Newsletter

26th Oct 2015

Click here to learn how to keep your dog safe in the dog park and about upcoming events at All Things Pawssible. You may also click on the images below.    

Summer 2015 Newsletter

4th Aug 2015

Click here to learn about the new changes coming to All Things Pawssible starting September 1st or you may click on the images below.  

Rage Against The Machine

7th May 2015

I speak of the rage against what dog training is becoming; a machine. I only know of this title as a band that my son used to listen too, but always found the name of the band intriguing. I often […]

Spring 2015 Newsletter

9th Apr 2015

The spring newsletter will give you tips on controlling fleas and ticks naturally, our new reservation and cancellation policy for boarding and tips from Karen about leash manners. Click on the images below to view a larger image of the […]

Fall Newsletter

10th Oct 2014

The fall newsletter includes an article about the kennel cough vaccine and important upcoming events. Click on the images below to view a larger image of the newsletter or you may click here for a pdf version.     

Summer Newsletter

1st Jul 2014

The summer newsletter includes an introduction to Dr. Marlice Vonck, tips on how to help your dog the beat the heat and information on services provided by All Things Pawssible, such as Bed & Biscuit, Fidos After Five and our ride […]

Pups on Prozac? Something’s out of Whack

29th May 2014

Recently, a young couple came to class with their nine month old large mixed breed dog. He appeared to be a little fearful, unsure of himself, and in conflict with what he wanted and needed. I asked the couple a […]