Nothing good happens after midnight.
That’s what they say.
I don’t know who "they" are, but "they" were wrong this week.
Let me tell you the story.
My son, Joe, is on spring break.
Apparently, it is still called spring break even when there is no evidence of spring, on the calendar or otherwise, but that’s a topic for another time.
Joe gets home the old-fashioned way.
He rides the train.
His train was due in at 9 pm, but because of a signal malfunction in Chicago, Joe’s train was running late.
So late that the train got stuck on a siding just outside of a station 13 miles away until sometime after 2 am.
That’s OK, it gave me plenty of time to drive to and find this train station I was unfamiliar with.
And do you know what?
Picking my Joe up to spend a week at home is a good thing, even after midnight!
Do you know what else? Another nice thing about being out after midnight is that there is hardly any traffic.
Half the lights are flashing yellow, so you can just get where you want to go.
That was great.
There you have it, two good things that happened after midnight.
But as I was driving and enjoying having the roads to myself, I started thinking about my clients who walk their dogs in the cover of night so they can avoid everyone else.
I thought about all the people I have talked with that purposely avoid walking their dogs around other people or other dogs, and it made me sad, mainly because I know we can help them.
I enjoy having the ability to choose to be out after midnight.
I would hate only to be able to be out after midnight because that was my only option.
Do you need help with your dog?
Maybe stopping him from pulling you down the street when going for a walk or jumping on company every time someone comes to visit.
Do you need help keeping your dog from getting into the trash all the time or stealing food off the counters or tables?
Is his or her constant barking driving you crazy?
Are you worried he is going to hurt someone or something?
Let us show you how we can help you have a great dog.
The first step is to schedule your free, no obligation evaluation.
Click here to schedule your evaluation online now.
You pick a day and time that works best for you.
A trainer will meet with you and your dog (and anyone else that you would like involved in training) and go over some history, find out your training goals, and discuss training options.
We can usually provide you with some free tips to help you start seeing immediate results.
You can find out more about all our training options and get any questions you have answered.
There is no pressure or obligation to buy anything.
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