Psych #3

February 16th, 2017 by

In the previous two blogs, I set the ground work for the development of a mental program. Everyone is different in how they might set up such a program. However, there are some factors that everyone needs to focus their efforts.   As you do your walk thru, you need to visualize the sights, the […]


February 26th, 2016 by

I feel like I left everyone with a good introduction into how important understanding one’s mental and emotional state is to develop a good human/canine team. The second step is to assess the mental and emotional state of your dog. Is she/he like to practice a lot, stay focused for long periods of time, get […]


February 24th, 2016 by

I have been watching agility for years now. Most of the time, I am watching so I can assess how the a course or surface will impact my clients’ bodies. But, when I have time, I watch as a sport psychologist (academic training). The human/canine athletic team bond is like no other. Dogs are not […]

Ped n Paw Musings

February 18th, 2016 by

I am going to start a rambling blog on dog and human stuff. As you all know, I am always trying to impart information related to the health and happiness of your canine buddy. All that information that I provide you about your dog such as jackets, hydration, warming up. warming down, etc. should be […]

Website upgraded

July 3rd, 2015 by

Pawssage official website has been upgraded to new look and feel. New site has many improvements in security and visuals. But the old features for customers still remaining. Site is also mobile responsive and better look on all browsers and screen sizes.