Hello dog friend, my name is Danielle and I have created Pawleaks as a comprehensive blog where dog owners or enthusiasts can read and learn more about dog training and dog behavior to spread the awareness that dogs can be more to us than just pets.

My Mission

Dog training is not a mystical thing and every dog owner should do the proper research before getting any dog or puppy. Fewer dogs would end up in shelters if adoption would be viewed as a lifetime commitment.

You are obligated to provide a dog with the life he deserves by gaining the necessary knowledge first. Remember that the dog is never at fault and he can’t feel guilty nor is he capable of spiteful behavior. The anthropomorphism of dogs is dangerous and creates a foundation of miscommunication.

When this new blog reaches a bigger audience, I will create a forum, so dog lovers around the world can connect and share their thoughts on certain topics. There I will provide personalized answers to any dog training problems.

Every new subscriber or visitor is a friend to me and can help change the way people think about and treat dogs. There are too many misconceptions, especially in the dog training industry. A dog is a companion, not an accessory, not a toy and not a creature without feelings.

If you would like to talk to me, you can send me a message here or leave a comment on one of my posts. I also accept guest posts as a form of contribution to modern dog training.

About Amalia

My beautiful Rottweiler Amalia is my heart and my soul. She makes me smile every day and I love to play, cuddle and go on adventures with her.

She is the sweetest soul I have ever met and the happiest of them all. She is the reason I want to help as many dog owners as possible so they can experience the same relationship that I have with my dog.

Amalia is on a raw diet which keeps her so healthy. I always thought about making a comprehensive guide about raw feeding dogs so stay tuned for that!

We visit dog play hours two times a week so she gets plenty of canine interaction. She doesn’t have much stamina and doesn’t require long walks or hikes and hates the heat in the summer so we stay in the forest most of the time.

If you would like to keep up with our story, follow her on Instagram @rottweiler.amalia to see daily new pics.