Good Dog in a box is a dog products company with it’s roots in positive reinforcement dog training. We’re a little bit old school mail order, a little bit high tech e-learning, a dash of fun and games, and a pinch of puppy love. We believe happy families with happy dogs means less dogs surrendered to animal shelters. Together, we can make a difference.
Together we can reach and teach the next generation of dog owner.
Our mission is to help you as a dog professional or humane education teacher channel your passion and knowledge to create more impact in the world. We want to see you take your business skills to a new level, allowing you to earn more, while you share your message. Together we can make a difference.
Watch how Good Dog in a Box was born!
Meet the Team
Jenn Merritt, CPDT-KA, BS
Professional dog trainer for 13 years, guild certified Tellington TTouch companion animal practitioner for 10 years, Maxwell Award nominee, published in “Dog Fancy,” “The Dog Trainer’s Resource 3,” and “The APDT Chronicle of the Dog,” seen on “CBS This Morning,” started nonprofit K9 Kindness, creator of the SAFE dog bite prevention program.
Serial entrepreneur who started her first company, Kim’s Khocolate, at age eleven, 37 years in retail, 17 years in e-commerce and online marketing, 8 years working with small business clients as The URL Dr., national presenter for the ASBDC, seen in “People,” “USA Today,” “Barron’s,” “Newsweek,” and “Success.”
Gentle and kind, Bernie is known for his thoughtful looks and great patience with Royal. Retired therapy dog with years of work with children and as being Jenn’s right hand dog. Loves to chase squirrels and comment on all things small and four legged.
Royal the Aussie
Certified Canine Good Citizen, nationally renowned blogger for more than 8 years on subjects of responsible pet ownership and positive reinforcement based dog training, management and herding specialist (especially with sheep and ducks).
Mama June Bug Jones
A reformed “cat about the town,” Mamma June Bug Jones spends most of her time wondering why the name of this company has “dog” and not “cat” in it. Buggy tests all packaging with her son, Mister Kitten Britches (aka Mister), for sturdiness. She’s a vocal advocate of spaying and neutering.