Sarah Wilson is an experienced professional dog trainer and an
expert in the human-animal bond.
Appearing in PBS Nature's Why We Love Cats and
Dogs, she reveals how our personal history impacts how we relate to our dogs.
She regularly contributes to New England Cable News The Secret Life of Animals. Other television credits include multiple segments for Comcast's Pets on Demand
and Nick Jr.'s A Pup Grows Up.
With eight books to her name (including My Smart
Puppy; Good Owners, Great Dogs; Childproofing Your Dog, Dogology: What Your
Relationship with Your Dog Reveals About You) and a ninth on the way, she is a
prolific and popular writer.
An engaging speaker, she has taught at
Tufts-Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, Guiding Eyes for the Blind,
American Council of the Blind, Pet Sitters International, International
Association of Canine Professionals, The Canadian Association of Professional
Pet Dog Trainers, Puppyworks, The ASPCA, Groomers Expo, and many more.
written for or been quoted in O Magazine, The Boston Globe, The Philadelphia
Inquirer, The Chicago Tribune, Dogs in Canada, Cosmopolitan magazine, Veterinary
Trends, Pet Health, W, New York Newsday, Parenting, Dog World, Dog Fancy, to
name a few.
Since 2000, she has run one of the most active Internet message
boards on dog training and care, fielding tens of thousands of questions.
holds a Masters Degree from Lesley University's Independent Studies Program
focusing on the Human-Animal Bond.
She loves working with all dog/human teams but
has a special place in her heart for the shy/sensitive/deficit dogs.
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