Introduction-philosophy

Dogs need a pack. They live in a pack structure.

 

It doesn’t matter who you are.
It doesn’t matter whether you are outdoors or indoors.
It doesn’t matter whether you are rich or poor.
They don’t care who you are.

 

They need to be educated.
They need to be in a pack with rules.
We are not only a dog trainer, but a canine behavior specialist.

 

They need to be under the control of a handler. (a.k.a. the pack leader)

 

Think about a child.

Every child needs to be educated.
A child needs to be controlled by his or her parents.
When a child behaves badly, the parents have to be blamed.

 

What about dogs?

When a dog behaves badly, people tend to blame the dog and not its owner sometimes they don’t just blame the dog, they have it put to sleep.

 

Do you have to be rich to take care of a dog?

“If a person can’t afford to take care of themselves, why should they have a dog?”
 
I see that those who love animals, just love animals.
Once that bond is there, the feeling is strong, regardless of income.
 
A person’s financial means is not a reflection of their willingness or desire to help animals.
 
I am privileged to work with some of the best volunteers, making it possible for D911 TOP DOG to offer services to dog owners who, for whatever reason, can’t afford to care for their dogs.
 
We have that common link, we love dogs, and that’s all that matters.