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Dog-Harmony, Inc

Dog-Harmony is a non-profit 501(c)3 charity dedicated to reducing the shelter dog population through ongoing humane education. Founded by professional dog trainer Nancy Bown, CPDT-KA, our non-profit works to build positive relationships between canines and humans – preventing dogs from becoming homeless in the first place.


Learn more about Dog-Harmony's mission to reduce shelter dog populations through humane education, community outreach and training.


As part of our mission to reduce shelter populations through community education, Dog-Harmony offers training for dogs of all levels and ages.


Donations to Dog-Harmony directly support our mission to reduce shelter dog populations. Read more to see how you can support us today.


Dog-Harmony Lifestyle is a premium content platform designed to connect new and seasoned owners with valuable resources and education.


Get a quick burst of doggie knowledge from our founder, Nancy Bown (CPDT-KA) with the Dog-Harmony PUPcast. It's like zoomies for your ears.

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 What's New in Lifestyle:

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A Love to Pull: The Canadian Inuit Dogs

I had the opportunity of a lifetime to experience dogsledding with family-owned and operated Wintergreen Dogsled LodgeRead This Article

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Book Review: The Year of the Puppy

In her new book, The Year Of The Puppy: How Dogs Become Themselves, Alexandra Horowitz provides a new outlook on the way we consider those soft, rolly-polly, squishy-faced,… Read This Article

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Can the Way a Dog Looks Determine its Behavior?

People often hear the term “pit bull” or see a pit bull-type dog and immediately have an opinion of the dog’s character. When used, the phrase “pit bull” can produce mixed reactions. Pit bulls are not a breed recognized by the Read This Article

 Latest Podcast Episodes:

Dog Harmony Podcast Episode 8 Fireworks
DH - Pupcast Ep 7 Beat the Heat
DH - Pupcast Ep 6 Therapy Dogs Part II with Jim Cole

 Dog-Harmony Therapy

Learn more about what it takes to become a therapy team, how Dog-Harmony therapy teams give back to the community, and the steps needed to become a therapy team. A therapy team, is a partnership between a human and an animal that are dedicated to giving back to the community through various animal assisted therapy activities such as visiting hospitals, rehabilitation facilities or schools.

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