Daily Motivations – Day 1

The First Step

Calypso - First Step - Step Up

Admit There is a Problem

Our dogs are out of control and need our help. Once we have accepted that there is a problem, then can we reach out and ask for assistance to make a difference in our dog’s lives. 

Happy New Year 2015

Hope your holidays have been joyous and peaceful, and you have a happy, safe and prosperous New Year. To your canine companions, who cannot read these words, we wish them much love, fun and daily walks throughout the New Year. Continue reading

2014 Holidays – Thanksgiving

We hope everyone is having a wonderful & safe start to the Holiday Season. All of our little turkeys are thankful to be part of our loving family – we know yours are too!
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Happy Halloween 2014


Halloween 2014 - Calypso Cognac Lions LogoHappy Halloween to everyone far & near.  We will be out celebrating in the Rose Garden in North Asheville. Come by to get a treat for your special canine companion! We hope to see you out there!

Dog’s Best Friend

Dogs have given us their absolute all.

We are the center of their universe.

We are the focus of their love and faith and trust.

They serve us in return for scraps.

It is without a doubt the best deal (hu)man had ever made.

~ Roger Caras ~

Dogs have long been referred to as “man’s” best friend.  However, it is much more appropriate to refer to them as “human’s” best friend, to include all the women and children who have close, personal relationships with their dogs. Our companionship with dogs is a direct product of domestication. A prominent British anthrozoologist named John Bradshaw explains that dog domestication marked the technological innovation that provided the blueprint for the domestication of other animals, like the pigs, sheep, cattle and goats (Kawczynska  2011). Thus, the domestication of dogs is the model upon which all other domestications are based.

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Welcome to our Dog Blog!

Welcome to Lucky Dog Training LLC‘s Dog Blog. The goal of this blog is multifaceted. First, we will share latest and greatest information about dogs, including (but not limited to) training, behavior, nutrition, health, etc.  Publications pertaining to our faithful companions are popular topics, both in mainstream and scientific literature. Our objective is to sift through this information, verify the validity of the sources, and provide summaries that would be of interest to dog lovers everywhere. Although scientific literature can be dense, difficult to read and confusing, we will cut through all the scientific jargon to make the information easy to understand.

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