Some researchers who study wolves speculate that howling strengthens social bonds between packmates. Ethologist Fred H. Harrington said, “The pack that howls together, stays together.” Modern research on dog domestication and behavior tells us just how different dogs are from wolves. Dogs aren't our "packmates," they are our family members. To deepen our bonds with them, we must not be their “pack leaders,” but instead, be their teachers, their advocates and their guardians. In healing the human-dog relationship, we must strive to not only heal our dogs but ourselves. Once we begin to heal, we can then begin to howl. At Heal to Howl, "howling together" is a metaphor for adventuring together, and our favorite adventures are the joyful, collaborative experiences we share with our dogs. Heal to Howl believe families that adventure together stay together, and we're here to help you do just that.
Who is Heal to Howl?
Heal to Howl is co-owned by partners both in business and in life, Emily Tronetti, CPDT-KA, and Curt Robords, MBA. Emily takes on the roles of trainer and teacher while Curt manages our finances and taxes. Click here to learn more about Emily, such as her training philosophy, education and experience.