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Wagasana, greeting the day

 with gratefulness and curiosity!

Have you had a doga moment today?


Dog Talk LLC is a training sanctuary in Pelham, NH offering private training and behavioral coaching. Pet assisted therapy training beginnings are the same, basic manners and socialization.

Dogs, Balls and Balance are included in Awareness Centered Training - ACT by Maureen Ross. Publisher is Balboa Press, Division of Hay House.

Dogs and stability balls come in all shapes, sizes and colors (round, peanut and flat) offering an opportunity to train while having fun with our dogs. It increases body awareness for us and the dog.  

Fitness balls can build core strength, flexibility and balance, while training the dogs from different positions. Dogs can roll the balls or find treats under them for rewards. They can learn to target various ball sizes and shapes! Visit Dog Talk Media’s You Tube Channel.

Dog socialization and manners (SAM) should be taught in every room, while playing and caring for our dogs (eating, playing, learning). Dogs should gradually be introduced to a broad variety of sights, sounds, smells and activity in the environment.

ACT and SAM, along with ACT training and biting, chewing, digging and breathing awareness, helps to create a reliable, happy and confident dog!

It is all about teamwork, relationships, living and learning with our dogs!

Visit our links to learn more about living and learning with dogs.

Dog Talk, Training and Wellness Sanctuary.

Would you like to make a difference in the community visiting with your pet?

Is your pet calm and enjoys interactions with people or children?

For more information:

New England Pet Partners

For private canine coaching sessions to train or resolve stress, reactive-related issues (house training, barking, lunging, anxiety, resource guarding, dog-dog, dog-human interactions) contact the

Canine Coach - Maureen Ross



We are all in this together. So when you realize that you’re talking to yourself, label it “thinking” and notice your tone of voice. Let it be compassionate and gentle and humorous. Then you’ll be changing old stuck patterns that are shared by the whole human race. Compassion for others begins with kindness to ourselves.

Pema Chodron - Heart Advise