Greet 2021 by Re-Committing to Your Dog
Every January brings us new opportunities to look forward to a new year that is brighter and happier than the last. Without dwelling on why I’m saying this right now, at the end of […]
How the Pandemic is Affecting Our Dogs
The pandemic has forced many of us into adopting a new lifestyle, most notably that of working from home every day. And our dogs are loving it! More walks, more snacks, and lots more […]
Their Back… Its snake season again!
People are reporting rattle snake sightings already this year. How do we keep our dogs safe from rattle snake bites? I suggest taking your dog to a reputable snake avoidance class. Even the most obedient […]
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 […]
I’m often asked about service dog training.
Over the years I have watched as more and more dog owners try to manipulate our “service dog” regulations. What do I mean by this statement you may ask? Well every month I receive a […]
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 […]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
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
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 […]Read More