On Lacey’s Barkery: When diplomatic dog education is acceptable

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I just wrote a post asking when it is acceptable to educate other dog guardians about hot-button issues. Answer as far as I know it: Not that often!

You can find this post here on Lacey’s Barkery blog.

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Jen deHaan is graphic designer, small business owner, and dog person living in Bay Area, California. She likes to support local and national efforts for animal welfare and advocacy. Jen enjoys learning about dog training and behavior, and has taken several courses and seminars since 2010. It all started with a great dog called Mikey (aka "dude"), loved and lost but remembered forever. Jen also runs a freelance business focusing on graphic, web, and UI design at FoundPixel, and a small business creating hand crafted dog products at Stylish Canine.

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