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Summer Safety for Dogs

Updated: Sep 12, 2022

Guest Blog by Jennifer Caves Pendleton, M.Psy, CGC, Canine-Human Educator for REAL Animal Sanctuary and Behavioral Solutions


Here in Texas it feels like 114* outside. That is right. What it FEELS like is often more important than the actual temperature.


We can't help but be drawn to trying to help pet parents find brain, nose, body, enriching and relationship building experiences for them and their dogs that respect the dangerous levels of heat we are living down here in the South.


Remember to be pet aware in extreme temperatures.


Meet the Behaviorist, Jennifer Caves, M.Psy, CGC:

"Welcome dog lovers and all dogs! I am the founder and Canine-Human Educator for REAL Animal Sanctuary and Behavioral Solutions. We consider our work to be rooted in science and driven by ethics. Our passion meets purpose mission is unique in that we empower and educate people with a lifelong skill set to help any dog they share their life with currently or in the future. Dogs are incredibly resilient and intelligent and when the humans in their life know the how, why and successful implementation of behavioral principles- our dogs become happy, healthy and healed."


"I have my Masters in Psychology and Canine Good Citizen Certification through the AKC. I have literally been rescuing animals since I was 16 years old with 15 years of behavioral experience. I consider it a privilege to work with you and your dog!"


Contact Jennifer by visiting www.realsanctuary.net


Thank you for HELPING US, to HELP ANIMALS, overcome their yesterdays and rewrite their tomorrows.


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