Whole Dog Journal article

Recommends “Please Don’t Bite the Baby” as a resource for ‘dog-owning’ parents.

For those of you who don’t subscribe to the PleaseDon’tBitetheBaby blog, I am cross-posting:

Once again Pat Miller CBCC-KA, CPDT-KA has written a lovely article for the Whole Dog Journal that offers families with dogs some great tips on keeping kids and dogs safe around each other.

If you subscribe to The Whole Dog Journal, you will see the March 2018 edition with the article: “Kidding Around, Combining kids and dogs in your family can be magical and heartwarming, or cause a devastating tragedy…”

If you don’t subscribe to WDJ, I highly recommend you do, and not just for this article, there is so much more.

At least a half a dozen times a month I recommend WDJ to new dog families and even established dog families for the journal’s ongoing commitment to information on training, behavior, health, various products from harnesses to toys, and the annual food guides are invaluable.

Thanks go to Pat Miller and The Whole Dog Journal for reminding families of the some of the ways they can make their dogs and kids safe together. And, thanks go from me for the nice nod to Please Don’t Bite the Baby, and Please Don’t Chase the Dogs.

Every family can work to make their kids and dogs safe around each other with some management, training, and time.

Pets and your Health, Puppy Training

Dr Frank Adams of SiriusXM’s Doctor Radio has a great show each month called “Pets and your Health.”

Three Golden Puppy Play Date

I was flattered to be invited to speak with them again yesterday, March 7th about puppies and all the questions that come with having a new puppy.

This a wonderful show (not just because they like me) but because Dr. Adams’s guests answer questions on a variety of pet-related topics and showcase the ever increasing data demonstrating how pets make our lives better.

If, like me, you are in your car a lot and have SiriusXM, you can listen for the re-broadcast of this episode Friday 4am to 6am, Sunday 6am to 8am on channel 110. If your not up and awake enough at these times to listen, you can always stream this episode and others on SiriusXM Doctor Radio.

Just as a shout out to SiriusXM Doctor Radio, besides Dr Adams’s shows “Pets and Your Health” and “Pulmonology,” there are plenty of other great shows to listen into, from “Health Care Connect” that answers all your insurance related questions at a time when we all have questions on this topic, to dermatology, men’s health, women’s health, nutrition, child and adult psychology and more.

Please tune in to Animal Instinct/Heritage Radio Network

Celia Kutcher of Animal Instinct/Heritage Radio Network will interview me on preventing dog bites to kids specifically, and just about everyone in general

To wrap up Dog Bite Prevention Week, today, May 23rd, Celia Kutcher of Screen Shot 2016-05-23 at 6.47.09 AMAnimal Instinct/Heritage Radio Network will interview me on a topic near and dear to my heart as a dog trainer and mother – preventing dog bites to kids specifically, and just about everyone in general.

We’ll talk about my latest book, “Please Don’t Bite the Baby,” how to prevent dog bites, why dogs bite, if there are any things to look for when bringing a dog into a home with kids, and much more!

Hope you can listen in here 6:00 pm to 6:35pm 5.23.16. And if not, no worries – Animal Instinct is available anytime on the Heritage Radio Network website or iTunes!

Please Don’t Bite the Baby Book Launch on November 7th

Lisa’s new book Please Don’t Bite The Baby launches Saturday November 7th at Byrd’s Books with a reading hosted by Byrd’s Books and DAWS..

PleaseDontBiteByrd’s Books in conjunction with DAWS (Danbury Animal Welfare Society) will be hosting a book launch for Please Don’t Bite the Baby on Saturday November 7th at 2:00 PM.

The event will be located at:

Byrd’s Books
126 Greenwood Avenue
Bethel, CT 06801.

There will be readings, tips for best dog/baby practices, books for sale and of course author signings. Attendees will also have a chance to support DAWS and contribute to sponsoring DAWS dogs for adoption.