About Lisa

KissAble Canine was founded by certified trainer and dog enthusiast, Lisa Tudor. She started in the rescue world fostering and training foster dogs. Quickly, she found a passion for helping people to help their dog. Lisa continues to pursue her passion for dog behavior through schooling, apprenticing, attending national internships, seminars and conferences. KissAble Canine's philosophy is strongly rooted in positive reinforcement. We believe if you have a happy dog, you have a happy home.

How to feed your dog

Three quick and different ways to feed your dog. Ditch the bowl and feed your dog like the opportunistic, scavengers that they are!

Have a cool way that you feed your dog? Don’t hesitate to share.



By |July 15th, 2014|Puppy|0 Comments

Thank You Cards – KissAble Canine version

Thank you to my dog, Betty, who will quickly run to me after a poop  because a little got stuck and I have to pull the rest out.

Thank you neighbor for muzzling your dog on your walk for reasons I can only guess but your dog will drop from heat stroke walking  in a soft, […]

By |June 18th, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments

The F – word in Dog Training

In honor of National Dog Bite Prevention Week 2014, I thought I would write about the word I hear the most when a client first calls me about an issue:  “My dog is fine when ___(insert situation here)_____.”

I don’t blame the person for saying it, but it is an incomplete observation and interpretation of a […]

One of my biggest fears

When on a stroll with my toddler around the neighborhood I always fear that an off-leash dog will approach and is not friendly. I’ve had off-leash dogs approach us on walks and both dogs were friendly. Phew!

Then I see this video! cat saves boy

and I think.. that’s one of my biggest fears. And I think […]

“I make my dog sit when other dogs go by”

I hear this often and by often I would say 90% of the families that I work with have asked their dog to sit while other dogs (kids, people, strollers, mailman, trucks, etc…) go by.

So what’s the big deal with it? Umm, just about everything.

Let’s look at the whole picture. Let’s say we have […]

Puppy Belly

It’s one of those things in life that is hard to forget. It’s soft, warm, attached to a cute little nose, ears,face…aaahhhh. puppy belly.

And how does one make sure the puppy doesn’t mind showing you his or her belly. Why training of course!

Let’s be real that many pups don’t like to be flipped on […]

By |May 8th, 2014|Puppy|1 Comment