The combination of two dynamic presenters with years of experience and skills and a teddy bear of a dog, brings the much needed ‘No Look, No Talk, No Touch’ Sam’s Dog Rules programme to New Zealand children, families and individuals.

Our programmes teach children and adults to recognize the language that dogs relate to. Dogs have a canine understanding, not a human understanding, of the way things should be.

In addition to the Sam’s Dog Rules programme for schools, we also offer group seminars, one day workshops, and dog rehabilitation for families who want to establish the ultimate safe and rewarding relationship with their family dog or dogs.  Check out our programmes page for more information.

Sam’s Dog rules is:

Sam of Sam's Dog Rules

Sam is a Keeshond Samoyed cross, two of the most tolerant and friendly dogs on the planet and combined they make an adorable teddy bear of a dog.  Sam loves everyone and is a great, big softy who loves cuddles, tummy tickles and hanging out with his human and doggy friends.

Anne Aubrey from Sam's Dog Rules

Annie Aubrey has owned and trained all manner of dogs over the last 46 years and now has the wonderful good fortune to be Sam’s person.  Annie brings a wealth of experience and dynamism to the Sam’s Dog Rules workshops, in addition to her legal and physical rehabilitation skills.

Marj Mulholland of Sam's Dog Rules

Marj has 40 years experience in the NZ corporate world, augmented by a background in effective conference speaking and corporate training.   as a TV presenter with the ‘Good Morning’ show,  Marj taught mothering skills to those with babies and young children.


4 Responses to “About”

  1. Margaret Garcia July 29, 2012 at 2:39 pm #

    Hello, very professional high level blog! thank you for sharing. Because of good writing, and I learned a lot, and I am glad to see such a beautiful thing. Sorry for my bad English. ?

    • jamanda August 2, 2012 at 2:30 am #

      Thanks for the lovely feedback Margaret. We hope to keep writing useful posts that will help people both with their own pack interactions, and with helping other people interact safely with their dogs.

  2. Eric Nathaniel Wilson August 2, 2012 at 6:14 pm #

    I am really satisfied with this posting that you have given us. This is really a stupendous work done by you. Thank you and looking for more posts

    • jamanda August 6, 2012 at 9:03 pm #

      Hi Eric, thanks for the positive comment. More posts coming soon.

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