Vacations are often an exciting period for us humans to plan and anticipate. But with those fun vacations comes the reality that we are not always able to bring our beloved pups along with us. Whether it’s with a boarding facility, pet sitter, or a neighbor, our dogs often have to stay behind. As a
Sarah Crothers, Professional Dog Trainer
Sarah is “professional dog-to-human translator” (aka Dog Trainer) with over 20 years of experience. She lives with her 2 German Shepherds and 1 Siberian Husky mix along with her 8 cats (I am also a crazy cat lady) and her axolotl Fin Diesel (he’s all about family).
Education & Certifications
Sarah completed the Certified Pet Dog Trainer program.
She also has a Bachelor’s degree in Wildlife, Fish and Wildlands Science from Oregon State University.
Articles Written By Sarah Crothers
Check out the latest articles written by Sarah:
Why does my dog ignore me? Usually it’s caused by a lack of training or there are too many distractions. Learn all 7 possible reasons here!
Why do dogs dig in their crate? Usually to get more comfortable but it could be related to anxiety. Read all 7 reasons here, along with solutions!
Are German Shepherds good with babies? Yes, if socialized and trained, but regardless of breed dogs should never be left alone with babies.
Are German Shepherds good with kids? While not guaranteed, if properly socialized and trained GSDs will likely get along with kids of all ages.