About Puppy Pointers

Hey Puppy lovers,

Welcome to our site, puppypointers.com! Just a heads up – we are by no means a professional dog trainer, vet, or specialist. We just REALLY love dogs :). So please, keep in mind that our reviews, training, tips & tricks are all based on our passion and experience with dogs. As always, seek out a professional first! If you love to see a ton of pictures of cute doggies and puppies then visit our Instagram page!

We started this site in 2017. At first what started as a passion project, then we became a full-time business where we share a ton of information on anything about dogs.

What We Do


In this section, we talk about various information on puppies and full grown dogs. Such as what are they allowed to eat “if they ran out of dog food“, or “why they’re scared of their owners“. We also have how-to guides such as “putting on a dog harness“, and “how to decide on the perfect dog“.

If you want to read the rest of our guides then check them out here.


In this section, we cover various ways of training your dog, and also what products can assist you in training.

There is so much information on what types of collars, leashes and or harnesses to get for your dog that it can be overwhelming.

And that’s totally fine, as we are here to help you make the right choice. See our top training collars here.

Meet The Team

John Myers - CEO

John is the founder, and regularly researches on various topics on puppies and dogs. As a dog lover, John believes that all owners should learn how to properly take care of their pet.

Ann Collins - Dog Expert

Ann Collins is one of our most outgoing employee, especially when it comes to dogs. She’s filled with energy, and dogs love that! As someone that loves to go to the beach, Ann always brings her little terrier with her to enjoy the ocean!

Want To Get In Touch?

Just a heads up – we can’t do any personal consulting when it comes to dogs. And this is because as mentioned earlier, we’re not certified trainers, nor are we vets. If you need any further assistance, then we recommend that you find a local trainer or a doctor near you.

For any inquiries, feel free to get in touch via our contact page. We’ll be sure to get back to you as soon as possible!