Words Of Appreciation For Darlene Arden


Maisey the Shih Tzu waits for someone to rub her tummy. Photo by Stephen Glinner, courtesy of Ellen Sanders-Glinner.
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"As a radio host of Talk2TheAnimalsRadio, I am always on the lookout for knowledgeable, articulate guests, who are also excited about their product or services. Darlene Arden is a radio host's dream guest! During the interview she spoke to the listening audience clearly and at a good speaking pace. Darlene's answers were concise and spoke to the core of her message, leaving the listening audience wanting more. I'm looking forward to having Darlene come back on the show in the near future!" Janet Roper, Host Talk2TheAnimalsRadio

"Just wanted to personally thank you for your very informative talk. It was not only very funny but also very useful to me!" Wendy Fisher, Petcentric, Santa Barbara, CA National Association of Professional Pet Sitters Conference Attendee

"I have had the privilege attending Darlene's speaking engagement at the American Brussels Griffon Association's Roving National in October '05. Her talk was very useful to breeders and pet owners alike; she was very open to questions, very down to earth, dynamic, and a wealth of useful information. I would definitely make it a point to hear Darlene speak again." Donna Vartanian, R.N., Doll House Brussels Griffons

"Your book (Small Dogs, Big Hearts) helped save the chi mix my neighbors adopted! They were able to see she was developing pneumonia from your book, they called me and I confirmed how sick she was and they took her to the hospital I recommended. Also, it has helped them with behaviors. I like it too!!" Jill Kessler

"Darlene's talk was excellent!" - Auburn Public Library

Phaser, the rough coated Collie is a service dog; his housemate, Louie, a smooth coated Collie, is a service dog in training. They're enjoying a warm Spring day. Photo by Veronica Sanchez.
"Darlene's presentation at the International Association of Animal`Behavior Consultants Conference in June, 2005 was informative and entertaining. Not only is Darlene skilled at conveying her extensive expertise on dog behavior, but her witty and personable communication style actively engages her audience. Small dog behavior issues are often overlooked, and I would welcome an opportunity to hear Darlene speak on this important topic again."  Veronica Sanchez M.Ed. CABC, Cooperative Paws Private Dog Training & Behavior Consulting.
      Vickie, Alan and Ali the Lhasa Apso, hiking at Lily Lake,
"The seminar you presented to our members provided invaluable information to support the NAPPS mission to provide tools to educate and support our members in their businesses. The feedback we have received from our conference attendees regarding your presentation has been extremely positive. We look forward to your future participation in NAPPS programs."  Felicia Lembesis, NAPPS Executive Director, National Association of Professional Pet Sitters  Conference

"Darlene Arden isn't always politically correct, but she’s almost always right. She’s never afraid to speak her mind. And most important, people remember her and what she has to say. She makes an impact. And that’s why I chose her to serve on a panel among presenters at the Conference of the American Veterinary Medical Association in Nashville, in 2002. She was superb!" Steve Dale, Syndicated Columnist and Radio Host.

I want to share a recent radio interview with my good friend, Darlene Arden, who is the world's utmost authority on small dogs.  Here's the link to the site: http://www.greyhoundsmakegreatpets.org/ (Darlene's interview follows the piece on greyhounds.)

Check out her new book "Small Dogs, Big Hearts", which is packed with good information, or her other book "The Irrepressible Toy Dog." Thanks.. you'll be glad you did." Lisa Roberson, Public Relations Veteran and animal aficionado.

Seren and Max (Havanese) spend some time admiring the Chartreux. Photo by Nancy Dionne

Your words to us were full of appreciation and a sharp humor. For this we say well-done and, from all of us, THANK YOU. Dorsey Arnold, Coordinator - Caring Canines


On behalf of the UMass Animal Behavior Club I would like to thank you deeply for taking the time to come speak to our club. Your helpfulness and kindness is much appreciated, and your advice will set us on the right path to fulfill our life goals of being animal behaviorists. Again, thank you so much. We really enjoyed having you. Carly O'Malley - UMass Amherst Behavior Club
Photo Titles & Credits: 1) Maisey the Shih Tzu waits for someone to rub her tummy. Photo by Ellen Sanders-Glinner. 2) Phaser, the rough coated Collie is a service dog; his housemate, Louie, a smooth coated Collie, is a service dog in training. They're enjoying a warm Spring day.  Photo by Veronica Sanchez.  3) Vickie, Alan and Ali the Lhasa Apso, hiking at Lily Lake, Rocky Mountain National Park, CO. Photo by Vickie Kuhlmann. 4) Seren and Max (Havanese) spend some time admiring the Chartreux. Photo by Nancy Dionne. 5) Georgee the Standard Poodle puppy patiently awaits a walk. Photo by Donna Kemp.
   Georgee the Standard Poodle puppy patiently awaits a walk. Photo by Donna Kemp.
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