Camilla Gray-Nelson, also known by her witty online personae Dog Talk Diva™, announced today that she will unveil a new product line of the same name at Global Pet Expo 2012, February 29-March 2, in Orlando FL (Booth 3272). The Dog Talk Diva line of products is targeted to the unique challenges women face in the training and management of the family dog.
Product offerings include the humorously titled “What Did Mama Say” Follow-Through Tab and “Coming Mother” Recall Line among others. Retail prices for the line range from $8.50 to $24.99 per unit and will be available at pet product retailers beginning April, 2012.
According to the 2011 APPA Pet Products Trend Report, U.S. households are increasingly bestowing the dog of the house with full family privileges. They travel with the family, wear designer brands and frequently use high tech and eco-friendly toys. But with these additional privileges often come increased expectations regarding training—the responsibility for which rests primarily with the woman of the house.
“Throughout my career, women have sought my help in getting the family dog under control. Most often it’s well-intended but ineffectual methods of training (relying on physical strength, bravado or endless cookies) that leads them to me. With my new line of Dog Talk Diva products, I feel I can finally provide women with the kind of tools they need to be more successful. These products reflect my core belief in calm power and leadership and continuing commitment to help all women become leaders with their dog.”
Dog Talk Diva Announces NEW Dog Product Launch & Book Release Targeted To Women at Global Pet Expo 2012 (Orlando, FL)
Media and buyers attending the show: Come meet the Dog Talk Diva at Booth 3272
~ An instruction guide for women who need help controlling their dogs.
No wonder – since 3 out of 4 households leave dog care to a woman! Author Camilla Gray-Nelson, a.k.a. the Dog Talk Diva™, explains that it’s not about “Sit” when it comes to controlling a canine. It’s not about manhandling, yelling or cookies, either.
Using her farm-girl wisdom, Camilla shares that “top dogs” in the animal world aren’t the ones doing the barking and fighting; they are cool, calm and collected. She points out that we are all animals at our core and, because of this, can get what we want from our dog in the same way the top dog achieves what he wants: through quiet focus, feedback and follow-through.
Read excerpts, reviews, and more: www.lipstickandtheleash.com
Paperback / 208 pages, 7” x 10” / 131 b/w photographs
Pets/Dogs/Training, Self-Help/Personal Growth
Publication date: March 15, 2012
Published by Double Dove Press / www.doubledovepress.com
Gray-Nelson added, “We’re delighted to debut these products at Global Pet Expo precisely because this is where industry trends are showcased. We think our products are positioned perfectly to meet the needs of female consumers everywhere.”