AWG Recommendeds: Getting In TTouch With Your Dog


Getting in TTouch with Your Dog by Linda Tellington-Jones TTouch is not massage; it is a series of very light movements intended to activate the cells and “awaken the cellular intelligence”. Linda Tellington-Jones invented this bodywork method after having an epiphany during a Feldenkrais class: she all of a sudden realized that the technique she […]

Dogs That Know When Their Owners Are Coming Home


Dogs That Know When Their Owners Are Coming Home And Other Unexplained Powers of Animals by Rupert Sheldrake This book is amazing! I consider it a must-read, and I think most people will look at animals a little bit differently after reading it. If you ever had any doubts that our pets know a lot […]

AWG Recommends: On Talking Terms With Dogs


On Talking Terms With Dogs: Calming Signals by Turid Rugaas Norwegian dog trainer Turid Rugaas has worked with dogs and studied their body language and behavior for most of her life. She is one of the world’s foremost experts on dog behavior, and in this book, she talks about what she calls “calming signals”. Wolves […]

AWG Recommends: The Other End Of The Leash


The Other End of the Leash by Patricia McConnell The Other End Of the Leash is one of those books you return to again and again; one that I have lent to many dog owning friends, and, in my opinion, one that everyone who lives or works with dogs should read. There are many “aha”, […]

Who Needs Animal Massage?


While animal massage is gaining recognition, there still remains a huge misconception about massage therapy for animals: that it is just another foofy spa service for overly pampered dogs in diamond collars and Prada boots. Nothing could be further from the truth. There are many reasons for your pet to make an appointment with an […]