Podcast Discussing How to Improve Listening Habits in Dogs


Raleigh, NC, January 12, 2013 –(PR.com)– Angel Wasserman, dog behavior consultant and owner of Paws in Training, Inc., a group of dog training and behavior specialists, has announced the release of a podcast on reasons why some dogs do not listen to their owner and ways to communicate with pets. In the podcast, Wasserman discusses communication barriers between dog owners and their dogs, tips for making sure a clear message is being portrayed when communicating with a dog and how to know if a dog is listening.

Wasserman provides tips such as making sure each family member is using the same language to communicate with the dog and to use repetition when teaching commands. You can listen to the podcast here.

Paws in Training, Inc. developed the Woof It Up™ Play & Train Kit, a unique, all-inclusive dog training kit designed to turn bored dogs into contented canines. The kit includes Woof It Up: A Guide to Happy Dogs and Happy Owners, a behavioral guide book that incorporates innovative training ideas for the exasperated pet parent. Kits are available at $49.99 for large dogs and for $47.99 for small and medium-sized dogs. Each kit includes brand-name products from Kong and Jolly Pets.

“It is difficult to get dogs to cooperate when they are not listening or understanding their owners,” said Wasserman. “Dog owners must know the ways to communicate with dogs to make sure a clear message is being sent and recognize signs that a dog is not listening.”

Paws in Training, Inc., based in Raleigh, N.C., is owned and operated by Angel Wasserman, professional dog trainer, behaviorist and FEMA-certified emergency animal rescue volunteer. Paws in Training, Inc. is neither a franchise nor a huge conglomerate. They are a small group of animal care providers who seek to make a difference in the lives of dogs and their people.


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Devoted pet owner and now, devoted pet editor, Judi spent her time working in traditional offices, keeping the books and the day-to-day operations organized. Taking her dog to work every day for over a decade never seemed odd. Neither did having an office cat. She knows what it's like to train a new puppy and she's experienced the heartache of losing beloved companions.

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