Jennifer Arnold is the founder and executive director of Canine Assistants, a service-dog school based in Milton, Georgia, and the creator of the Bond-Based Choice Teaching(R) approach to interspecies relationships. She is the author of the New York Times bestseller Through a Dog's Eyes, which was also the subject of a PBS documentary, and In a Dog's Heart. She lives with her husband, veterinarian Kent Bruner; son Chase; four dogs; two cats; and a number of other animals.
Canine Assistants is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing service dogs for children and adults who have physical disabilities, epilepsy, or other special needs. Canine Assistants does not charge for the service it provides; rather, it relies on the generosity of those who recognize that helping one benefits us all.
Advance praise for Love Is All You Need
"Jennifer Arnold, who has trained service dogs for the past twenty years for people with physical disabilities, offers a window into the world of 'man's best friend.' Arnold, who believes that dogs are attuned to their owner's needs and emotions, shares tips she thinks every dog owner should know."--ABC News "[Arnold] takes pride in facilitating the powerful relationship between every service dog and its owner--a bond that is as much about companionship and comfort as it is about health and safety."--Everyday Health "Within the world of dogs and canine behavior there are only a handful of people who truly 'move the needle' when it comes to innovation, novel approaches, and intuitive thinking--Jennifer Arnold is one of those rare few. Constantly pushing boundaries of traditional thought, she not only provides fresh perspectives about how we interact with and learn from man's best friend, she fearlessly forges new paths that stimulate and engage dog lovers as well as behavior experts and explores possibilities which previously may have seemed out of reach."--Victoria Stilwell, star of Animal Planet's It's Me or the Dog and CEO of Victoria Stilwell Positively Dog Training