Celebrating Pit Bull Awareness Month with Pit Bulls And The Truth

October is Pit Bull Awareness Month and October 25th is National Pit Bull Awareness Day. While there have been substantial gains in the understanding and empathy for dogs classified as “pit bulls,” there are still 27 states in the US that have bans or restrictions against this and other dog breeds. Drayton and Kim discuss […]

When to Use a Veterinary Behaviorist, The “Psychiatrist” of the Dog World

Dr. Amy Pike, DVM, DACVB, IAABC-CABC, Boarded Veterinary Behaviorist talks about the role a vet behaviorist plays in dealing with aggression and extreme fear in dogs. One of only 84 vet behaviorists in North America, Dr. Pike is a specialist in behavior medicine, who is essentially the “psychiatrist” of the veterinary world. She discusses her […]

Halloween, Thanksgiving & Christmas Safety with Kids & Dogs

Cathy Reisfeld, Michelle McCarthy, CDBC, and Kim Merritt, discuss how to plan a safe holiday season with kids and dog. Learn about safety plans and dog management during Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, and New Year’s. Get great tips and tricks for how to manage your pups during the holiday season. From how to go trick […]

Free Dog Bite Prevention Webinar Series During National Dog Bite Prevention Week

For Immediate Release: Mercersburg, PA. April 2, 2018. Good Dog in a Box is proud to announce the Dog Bite Prevention Webinar Series for National Dog Bite Prevention Week, April 8th – 14, 2018. Five fun and educational webinars will be presented across Dog Bite Prevention week for parents to learn how to keep kids […]

For UPS Drivers, Just In Case You Meet A “Disgruntled” Dog

I was super excited to learn, via Elyse Wanshel and the Huffington Post, that there’s a Facebook page that highlights all the great dogs that UPS drivers meet when delivering packages. UPS Dogs was created back in August of 2013, by Sean McCarren, a UPS veteran of seventeen years. With all that is good about […]