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 […]
Helping Your Dog Cope With Our Tucson Monsoons
If your dog is afraid of the thunder and lightning you may be able to help them settle down. There are many things you can do to help your dog feel secure and […]
Here in Tucson, we broke 100 degrees today, for many dogs the Tucson heat can be a major irritant. During the summer months I frequently work with clients and receive calls from dog owners about their dog’s growling. Understandably, this […]Read More
In home puppy/dog training works great for puppies… If your pup hasn’t received all their shots yet, you should not take them to a dog training class. The reason is obvious, no shots no protection. But there is no reason […]Read More
Holiday Safety Tips
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 […]Read More
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 […]
Avoid Dog Bites This Halloween – Keep Your Dog Safe & Secure this Halloween
It’s Halloween night and a fun time for children and families going trick or treating door to door! The otherwise quiet streets are full of kids yelling […]Read More
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 — […]Read More
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 […]Read More