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If you are feeling frustrated and at times even angry from your dog’s destructive behavior, we can help… you’ll be amazed at the results after just one lesson!

When illness strikes our aging parents, what happens to their dogs?

As many of us know from personal experience, getting older “ain’t pretty.” With advancing age may come physical illness, memory challenges, and sometimes both. When a senior’s abilities to care for him/herself become affected, others are naturally impacted too — […]

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Tips for Keeping Our Desert-Dwelling Dog Safe in Summer

 I’ll be addressing a few Dog Training Safety Tips in this post that are tied together at this time of the year here in Tucson. Our current hot weather and how it can harm our dogs and July 4th safety […]

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This is national dog bite prevention week – here are vital tips to keep your family safe

Kids and dogs go together like peanut butter and jelly, right? Well, not always.

 Each year, more than 400,000 children in the U.S. are bitten by  dogs so severely that they require medical attention. Often  injuries are to the head and […]

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It’s Possible Your Dog is Using The Force on You!

Is Your Dog A Jedi Warrior?
As a dog trainer here in the Tucson area I see many dogs that use the force on their owners. They actually get their owners to do all kinds of things without much effort at […]

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Dogs & Halloween Parties

Is your dog a good fit for a Halloween costume party? 

Halloween Canine Costume Contests: Should You or Shouldn’t You?
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Halloween has become such a fun holiday for people of all ages — and their pets! Many dog owners enjoy […]

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Do You Need a Holiday Gift Idea? How about In Home Dog Training…

We all have friends and or family members who’s dogs need a little training. Or maybe you know someone who’s dog is out of control?
What better way to help them then with a Holiday Gift Certificate from a professional dog […]

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I am a Local Tucson Business

Not all businesses here in Tucson are actually local businesses. My business keeps 100% of it’s revenue right here in Tucson. Pleas read more about this topic. I’m proud to be here in Tucson for over 30 years. Supporting Local […]

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Tucson Snake Season is still here!

It may be October but don’t be fooled. Rattle snakes & other venomous animals may still be around well into October and your dogs may be at risk. Here are some tips to help you stay informed and help you […]

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Dog Aggression

My goal with this information is to help you look at your dog’s aggression from another point of view, and to provide a few real-life techniques that may help you turn this behavior around. As a Tucson resident for […]

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Dog Park Safety Tips 2013

Tucson Dog Training PARK SAFETY TIPS 2013
by Gerard Raneri
Dog Training Mobile
As Tucson heats up, our dog parks get busy at two times of the day, dawn and dusk. Here are some tips to avoid issues at the dog parks and […]

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