GO-TO Murphdog Magazine

Once referred to as the family dog, man’s best friend has become an important and integral member of the family. Along with this rise in status, comes: nurturing, understanding, attention, better housing, better food, and even medical benefits. We groom, dress, carry and sleep with them. We buy them beds and car seats. We hire pet sitters, walkers and trainers for them, and we send them to camp and doggie hotels. They have their nails filed and their teeth cleaned.

We’ve come far in our quest to protect our canine family members and give them the best quality of life possible. In return, they give us their lifetime of loyalty, companionship, protection, and unconditional love without any hidden agendas.

Murphdog Magazine is your “Go-To” place for what you need to know.


What if you have a dog-related question that doesn’t require the medical/surgical expertise of a vet?

 Suppose you have issues regarding your dog’s assimilation into your human family. Who do you go to for help? Product advertising? Well, that is definitely going to promote the product being sold; and though the product might be a good one, it also might not help you with your issue.


Murphdog Magazine now offers a “go to, ready when you are” location for answers to hundreds of dog related questions concerning all, non-medical phases of raising your dog in a happy, healthy environment that serves both you, your family and your dog as well.


In addition to running my own dog training business, I have penned a pet advice column for a New York magazine, was asked to teach dog training at Long Island University, and audited veterinary medical lectures at the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine further enabling me to gather extensive experience in that field.

Additionally, I am skilled in the art of dog grooming, knowledgeable about dog nutrition, and have participated in dog-related commercial work. As a life-long animal lover, I have well established myself within the “dog community” as one who rescues dogs from homelessness, abuse, illness and abandonment. Further, I developed a gold standard approach to training, philosophy and technique; thus enriching the lives of dogs and their families, thereby promoting a lifetime of commitment and love.