Richard Hayes is a renowned animal trainer in Hollister California. Josh has been rescuing dogs for a long time and hundreds of dogs have been sheltered already by him and his organization. His main focus is re-homing shelter dogs as family pets with proper training. Josh is certified to train service dogs and is the co-founder of petdogplanet.com which provides online pet care tips. He lives in Hollister California and New York.

How many people behind this blog?

We are only 7 people here to contribute to this blog.

  1. Richard Hayes (co-founder)
  2. Mahfujul Haque  {co-founder and Marketing manager (SEO)}
  3.  Josh Ducky  (co-founder)
  4. Erin Ash (Blogger)
  5. Reha Rubiya (Blogger)
  6. Doglus Bolinger (Blogger)
  7. Justin Meyar (Blogger)

What we actually suggest?

Be the best friend to your pet!
You have heard about the sentence “the dog is a man’s best friend”. Now it’s your turn to be their best friend. In the shelter, you can find a lot of puppies, small dogs, as well as senior dogs. Each of them has it’s own sad story. Some of them are abandoned, some abused, they are starving, and in their eyes, you can still see hope that they are going to find the new family and the new home.
Royal or not?!

Every dog deserves a warm home, a lots of love and a good owner. They are not “royalty” but they are magical and special like they have royal blood. Abonded dogs, who are in the shelter, and can not find a new home for a longer period of the time, are threatened by Euthanasia, but if you adopt him he will be more than greatfull that you actually saved his life.
Seniors are also precious!
Science has proven that dog owners are more positive, and they laugh more. You are never going to feel lonely anymore, you will have your best friend who is going to be there for you, for better or for worse. Most of the people choose the little puppy for their new friend. But there is also abandoned senior dogs, they are great for less active, working, and elderly people. Because senior dogs are usually already trained, and less active, unlike puppies. So, it’s more important quality, not the quantity of time spent together with your dog. Older dogs can be fun and silly like young ones, and they are less demanding pets.
It’s going to be worth it!
You need to know that the dog is not the toy, it is the living being, and you need to treat him like that. But you will see, the most beautiful time of the day is when you come home after hard work, and your best friend wags his tail and jumps on you happy that you are there, with him. Save someone’s life, it’s going to be worth it!

Contact us:


27 East St, Hollister,

CA 95023, United States

Email: [email protected]