In 2004, my husband and I came to America with our two golden retrievers to become dog trainers. We met many so-called dog trainers in Japan, but none of them could offer us the training we wanted.
Finally, we decided to come to America because we had heard of the advanced training methods and above all we wanted to let our loves, Public and Janis, play under the bright blue San Diego sky.
After working under a local San Diego trainer for 3 years, we were finally able to open a small daycare filled with our ideals, and within 6 months our daycare was full.
Just when we thought we had built a foundation, tragedy struck. Janis had cut her paw one day but it was taking longer than usual to heal so we took her to the veterinarian. The medicine they gave us had little effect, and she then formed a malignant melanoma, and we were told that she would only live for another month.
I was hopeless, but I promised not to cry in front of Janis. Then 3 months later while Janice was still putting up a fight with her illness, Public suddenly passed away. Public’s death was too much for Janis, she followed Public to the other side 3 weeks later.
Their deaths were much too sudden for us, and my husband and I were truly filled with regret. There were many things we wished we could have done, but above that we knew that their time with us would be our treasure for life.
Public and Janis’s deaths was a second starting point for us. We learned from this experience that the time that owners spend with their dog is something money cannot buy, and maximizing the quality of that time spent for every owner and dog has since then become my true passion.
We saw so many dogs and owner were suffering to deal with uncomfortable hearth condition. When dogs has any hearth trouble, their life is not fun at all.
We want to help to improve each dogs quality of life using preventive care & holistic approach.