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Dog Safety Tips for Our Tucson Summer Challenges

 Summer is Here Again!
 During our summer months here in the Sonoran Desert we have lots to be aware of in keeping our dogs safe and secure.
And that means July 4th fireworks, monsoons, kids out of school and pestering the family […]

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You & Your Dog Starting 2018 on the Right Paw

Tips for Starting 2018 on the Right Paw

 Hooray for the holidays! A time for relaxing and making merry with family and friends. If you’re planning to make some lifestyle changes in the   year ahead (such as “eat less and move more!”), […]

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Keeping Your Dog Safe this Christmas

Tis The Season!
It’s that time of year again, Merry Christmas! Keeping our dogs safe during the holidays may not be in the forefront of your mind. However, our dogs need us to look out for them even more so during […]

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Dog Safety Tips for children on Halloween and Year-Round

Dog Safety Tips for children on Halloween and Year-Round
 
Halloween is a good time to remind or teach your kids how to stay safe around dogs, even your own family dog.
Explain to little ones that since dogs can’t tell you if […]

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DOG PARK SAFETY TIPS

by Gerard Raneri
Dog Training Mobile

Our Tucson heat can become brutal in the summer as most of us already  know. Our dogs may have it even worse in some situations. They can’t always tell you what they need, it’s up to […]

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Holiday Safety Tips for Dogs

Holiday Safety Tips
People food

Many holiday foods are harmful or even toxic to our pet dogs. Particularly dangerous are cooked poultry bones; chocolate and other sweets; and bread dough. Click here for a complete list of foods to avoid feeding […]

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Give the Gift Of Dog Training this Christmas

Give the Gift Of Dog Training this Christmas
Do you have a friend or family member that has a dog or puppy that drives everyone crazy?
The dog or puppy that is needing a little extra training.  We can help […]

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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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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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