Two-Fold Training For You And Your Dog

Author: Lucy Wyndham Two-Fold Training For You And Your Dog It’s easy for dog owners to forget that they are not the only ones in the house who need to stay in shape. Their dogs, perhaps more so than themselves, were not built for the sedentary lifestyle of...

Exercising With Your Dog At Home Requires Preparation

Author: Lucy Robbins The best workout buddy you have is your dog – forever loyal, unboundedly enthusiastic and always complimentary. The US Department of Human Services survey into physical activity found that dog owners have moderate to excellent exercise...

“Sometimes” is ruining your dog’s training!

How can you expect your dog’s behavior to be consistent if your own behavior is not? Lack of follow-through is one of the biggest reasons for your dog’s confusion and inconsistent/unpredictable behavior. But great news… that means YOU have the power to do something...

Justifying = bad habits

I really thought that posting vulnerable pictures of me to the world would make me stay focused on the end goal.  I made a lot of promises, like doing the Thank Dog app, working out between classes and on the weekends, etc…However, that isn’t what...

Practice what you preach.

Yep, my title says it all.  That’s what I tell myself everyday when I get up for my 530am class to work my campers out. They are so dedicated!  First, I thought for sure the 530am would be the class that would struggle with attendance.  Yes, we have our low days...

What is THE BEST form of exercise?

Fitness trainers get asked these types of questions all of the time: “What is the best type of exercise for weight loss?” “What exercises burn the most calories?” “What exercises should I be doing more of to see results?” You can find all kinds of articles that...

Meet Jennifer Timko

Name: Jennifer Timko Dog’s Name: Petey Age: 35 Dog Age: 6 Height: 5’9” Weight: 147 STRUGGLES I was involved in a serious accident on August 1, 2008 which left me hospitalized for 30 days, in a wheelchair for 60 days and living in a hospital bed in my parents dining...

Meet Amy Newton

Name: Amy Newton Dog’s Name: Gunner Age: 37 Dog Age:   5 ½ months Height: 5’ 4”   HEALTH STRUGGLES: I always played sports (softball, basketball, volleyball) when I was younger….all the way through 3 years of college softball. We had a pretty structured workout...

My Goals

Hi!  I am Jill, Co-Owner and Founder of Thank Dog! Bootcamp. I moved to Cortland, OH from Los Angeles, CA due to getting pregnant with twins. It was hard to leave Bootcamp as I had been doing it for 8 years (I didn’t leave the business, I just left the...

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