Wednesday, March 10, 2010


Okay maybe actually just....Wilde...Nicole Wilde that is. "Nic" as we know her, has been a long time friend of this organization. She is actually one of the founders of Villalobos Rescue Center (along with Tia) when it started about 15 years ago. After leaving Villalobos to pursue her dream in dog training, she has also become quite the popular author on various canine behavior.

Here are just a couple of her published books that you can now order. When you purchase one of these books, use the code "PITBULL" and a percentage of all sales will come to Villalobos. So while you "learn", we "earn"!!


"If your pit bull has fear issues or is reactive toward other dogs or people, this is the book for you. Nicole Wilde has trained pit bulls, wolf hybrids, and a variety of dog breeds for the last fifteen years. This 400+ page volume includes plenty of photos and step-by-step instructions, and covers topics such as canine body language, how your body language affects your dog, skills to teach, the influence of nutrition and exercise on behavior, and a lot more. Chapters include instructions on desensitizing your dog to strangers, other dogs, vet visits, riding in cars, and a lot more." To order, go to the following link:


This is a GREAT book for those who are wanting to start their own dog training business. This book teaches you all about contracts, legalities and good ole customer service. I'm especially excited that her book has now become popular among the Prison Dog programs. What a great inspiration to inmates who are trying to learn a career in dog training and are preparing themselves for a successful release by learning all they can from this book. I think this read is one of the best ideas available on paper. To order, go to the following link:

Nicole Wilde, CPDT (Certified Pet Dog Trainer) is the author of eight books. She lectures internationally and domestically on canine behavior, is an "Ask the Expert" columnist for Modern Dog magazine, and co-stars in the DVD Train Your Dog: The Positive Gentle Method. Nicole is on the Advisory Board of the Companion Animal Sciences Institute, and a professional member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers (APDT).

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