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Dr. Felicia Clark resides in Denver Colorado

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Pet Parents USA

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Dr. Clark is a life coach who helps women learn what they need in order to be happy. I caution women to not allow a new person too much access to their lives or home  when their dog barks too much in their presence. Dogs instinctively do things to protect their owners. So, when your dog senses that something is off or potentially unsafe about a person who enters your home, you should pay attention to the warning. The endless barking is your dog’s attempt to protect you. It doesn’t mean that you have to cut ties with that person completely. However, you may wish to limit the access they have to your home or only spend time with them in crowded public places. For more information coaching, log onto


My Cleo was adopted from a shelter. She is 9 ½, and has been with me for 8 years. Recently, a doctor looked at her and estimated that she was 4 years old because she is so full of energy. She loves people and tries to copy human behavior sometimes. She is super friendly and loves to be petted.