Grace Henke

Grace Henke

Grace Henke is a reactive and fearful dog training expert and the founder of Mensa Mutts. She helps dog owners to live a fuller life with a calmer, more relaxed, and well-behaved dog: https://mensa-mutts.com/

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  • Grace Henke
    Published 13 days ago
    3 Things Dog Trainers Are Missing In Their Practice

    3 Things Dog Trainers Are Missing In Their Practice

    “Your work with Harvey was life changing, and we feel that you are a true friend.” - Nick M. The other day I was being interviewed on a podcast, and the host asked me a question about what are other trainers' biggest misconceptions in their practice.
  • Grace Henke
    Published 20 days ago
    Afraid To Make The Wrong Decisions

    Afraid To Make The Wrong Decisions

    My husband and I watch this show called “Botched”, about 2 plastic surgeons fixing people who were “botched” by theprevious plastic surgeries gone bad.
  • Grace Henke
    Published 22 days ago
    Beyond Potty Training

    Beyond Potty Training

    Throughout the years of observing how dog owners live with their dogs day in and day out, and coaching dog owners communicating better with their dogs, I have found a lot of dog owners seeing crates as a potty training tool only.
  • Grace Henke
    Published 23 days ago
    Sensitive Is The New Smart - A Very Biased Opinion

    Sensitive Is The New Smart - A Very Biased Opinion

    When my daughter was around 7 month old, my husband and I jumped on a call with Dr. C, a psychologist who specializes in sleep training the babies. While I was listening to her teaching us how to sleep train our daughter, I cannot stop comparing it to my dog training methodologies and some specific training homework. I will surely talk about this even more in the future because it’s just so profound.
  • Grace Henke
    Published 25 days ago
    The Art of Belly Rubbing

    The Art of Belly Rubbing

    I bet one of your dog’s favorite interactions with you is getting their belly rubbed. It’s a submissive and vulnerable behavior for them to ask for some love from you, and it’s also a great opportunity for you to be purposeful while you are giving the belly rubs, and help the dogs to overcome some challenges they might have - such as being uncomfortable while being touched by the vet, or not willing to have their paws to be touched for examining or nail trimming.