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Flu Concerns Lead to Class Cancellations

Frogs To Dogs, a dog training business that holds classes in Kirkwood and Avondale, has also decided to cancel all group classes until June 26.

“Frogs To Dogs has NOT had any reported cases from our clients, but as a precaution we have been informed by multiple veterinarians from various hospitals in the area that it would be wise to shut down classes for one week,” an email from the company says.

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Dog Flu Concerns Prompt Training Class Cancellations

Frogs to Dogs hasn’t seen any canine influenza cases but decided to temporarily shut down its training classes. Owner Andrew Zbeeb said it’s a measure of precaution.

“We all checked with different sources in Atlanta and determined that it was a real threat, so for the safety of the animals we decided to shut down immediately.”

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FTD Featured in Angie’s List Magazine!

Frogs to Dogs is featured in the upcoming issue of Angie’s List Magazine in the article Training tricks!  Click here for a sneak peek (pdf)!

FTD Wins Best Dog Trainer 2013!

FTD Wins Best Dog Trainer 2013!

jez_bestFrogs to Dogs wins Best Dog Trainer in Jezebel’s Best of Atlanta 2013!

FTD Featured in CNN Article

Frogs to Dogs featured in the CNN article “When nothing is too fancy for Fido.”

What’s the harm? 

So is all this doting a problem? Is there any harm in treating our pets like children?

Andrew Zbeeb, who owns the pet-training and sitting company Frogs to Dogs in Atlanta, said pet pampering is usually harmless. But it can turn potty training and overfeeding into big problems, Zbeeb said.

“I’ll put my training hat on and tell you there could be negative effects if you’re treating animals like a human being. It’s OK to love your pet and pamper your pet and put dresses on your pet, but it’s still a domesticated animal. It’s not a human being,” Zbeeb said. “It can lead to disappointment for human beings, and the (animals) may have false perceptions of the world.”

At the same time, while “people may get carried away with (doting on their pets), it’s sweet,” he said. “And (those connections) extend a human’s life.”

FTD Featured on The Weather Channel!

Frogs to Dogs in the Weather Channel feature “Can Dogs, Cats Predict the Weather?


FTD Featured on CNN!

Frogs to Dogs featured in the article “Why won’t my dog come when I call him?”

Lulu and I have had our share of training issues, from mastering the down command to heeling during walks. Lulu may be 7 years old, but she’s still learning new skills. Whether you have a puppy or an older dog, it’s never too late to tackle basic commands.

I asked professional dog trainers to share the most prevalent behavior issues, along with solutions. You may have read about the top five most common problems. Here are five more predictable issues and tips for overcoming them.

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FTD Featured on CBS Atlanta!

Our own Amy Jackson interviewed by CBS Atlanta for her documentary covering Operation Second Chance, pairing shelter dogs with inmates.


FTD Featured on CNN!

Frogs to Dogs featured in the article “How to keep your dog entertained post-surgery.”

Nothing says fun like a frisky, frolicking pooch on the go. But sometimes we need to curb all that infectious energy and get our dogs to sit, stay and remain calm. If your dog is recovering from an injury — or you’ve simply run out of ideas for fun on rainy days, try these low-impact suggestions to keep your pooch moving.

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FTD on Mother Nature Network!

Frogs to Dogs featured in the article “Pet Nutrition.”

Before you open another container of turducken, pop open a can of Irish lamb stew or fork out a hearty helping of chicken de-lite for your beloved dog or cat, you may want to stop and read that pet food label a bit more carefully. Unfortunately, our love affair with over sized portions has trickled down to the pet set, resulting in a mountain of veterinary bills for familiar ailments such as diabetes, heart disease and joint-related issues.

Read the entire article on mnn.com.