4 Mindset Hacks to Attain a Successful Partnership

We often think about success as external. We’ve done this, so we get

Kathy Kawalec 3rd May 2021
How to Help Your Dog Find Balance

When your emotional pathway is clear and balanced, you’re primed for connecting and

Kathy Kawalec 19th April 2021
Are You Truly Hearing Your Dog?

  “We are culturally conditioned to believe that dogs are not capable of

Kathy Kawalec 12th April 2021
How to Calm Your Dog With Co-Regulation

  You and your dog are both social animals. This means that you

Kathy Kawalec 5th April 2021
How to Reframe Your “Difficult” Dog’s Behavior

  When we have negative thoughts about how our dog behaves, it often

Kathy Kawalec 29th March 2021
How Not to Socialize Your Dog or Puppy

There are so many theories of how socializing dogs should be done. However,

Kathy Kawalec 22nd March 2021
How balanced are your partnership’s personality types?

Life can get pretty interesting when we mix personalities. I’ve talked before about

Kathy Kawalec 15th March 2021
What is Your Dog’s Personality Profile Type?

One of the most common mistakes that dog moms make is fundamentally misunderstanding

Kathy Kawalec 8th March 2021
The Best Way to Help Your Reactive Dog

How can you truly help your reactive dog? I feel really passionate about

Kathy Kawalec 1st March 2021
8 Tips to Enhance Your Communication with Your Dog

What if I told you there was a way to bypass the language

Kathy Kawalec 22nd February 2021
Extending an Invitation: Why Your Expectations Matter

Both humans and dogs crave connection. We’ve got a deep social need to

Kathy Kawalec 15th February 2021
How Your Thoughts Can Sabotage Progress with Your Dog

Are your thoughts getting in the way of you living a safe, calm,

Kathy Kawalec 8th February 2021
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