Hi, and welcome to my page. I appreciate you dropping in to have a look around. It is exciting to have this opportunity to share both my puppy and dog training knowledge and experiences with you.
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ABOUT JIM BURWELL

Jim Burwell’s grass-roots start with his in-home dog training business has grown to become Jim Burwell’s Petiquette.  Jim has successfully trained over 20,000 puppies and dogs in 25 years.  In addition to successfully solving dog behavior problems, Jim has spent the better part of his career working with owners in their home training their puppies into great adult dogs.
Samplings of his national and local accomplishments as a professional dog trainer include:
•     Recognized by the Houston Chronicle’s Texas Magazine, October, 2003, as “Houston’s Dog Whisperer”
•     Voted best dog trainer by readers of the Houston Press
•     Founder, Texas Dog Training
•     Past President,  Lone Star Search & Rescue Dog Association
•     Founder,  Rover Oaks Pet Resort, Home of Texas Dog Training the first multi-million dollar pet resort in Houston
•     Featured on NBC TV "The Buzz"

•     Article contributor to Hitched Magazine, MSN Dog Central, Chicagoland Tales,
•     Trainer of the home puppy for the Ronald McDonald House, Houston, TX
•     Featured in Houston Business Journal, Dallas Business Journal, Austin Business Journal
•     Appointed “Training Section Chair” for the Pet Care Services Association formally American Boarding Kennels Association, an organization created to adopt both national and world standards for pet industry services.
•     Member Association of Pet Dog Trainers and International Association of Canine Professionals.


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It is meant to provide resource, so that we can better understand canine health related issues.