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Monday, April 16, 2018

Train Them at Home.

Where should proper dog training begin?  It seems logical to assume that it should occur where they live, not at some remote area where they will never return as adults.  Real dog training takes place under the roof where they will spend their lives.  Even if you are doing it for the humans because of your busy schedule it is simply the most sensible thing to do!

Adding outside distractions to the training process merely creates an environment that is set-up to fail.  The object here is to have your new family member acclimate themselves to their forever home.  Unlike human children, they are most troublesome in the first year or so.  If you have raised a kid to adulthood you know what I am talking about!

I am a professional Las Vegas area in home trainer of puppies and adult dogs.  My name is Dennis Danskin.  I want you to know that my love for these incredible creatures is in my DNA.  I also want you to know that my first in-home visit and assessment is absolutely free!  Please give me a call at (702) 327-4744.

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Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Why are you Misbehaving?

Who among us has not wondered that out loud to their dog (or their human kid for that matter)?  There is an interesting trend in America.  We, as humans repeat the same mistakes when training our dogs after failing on one or more previous occasions.  Let me present a hypothetical…if you made the same mistake repeatedly wouldn’t you consult a professional?

Here are some things to remember-

1.  Poorly socialized pups turn out to be badly behaved adults.
2.  Negative experiences leave long-lasting emotional scars.
3.  Old-fashioned dominance-based training is outdated and does not work!
4.  An untrained canine cannot learn how to be well-behaved.

Your family has made a decade plus commitment to enhance (not disrupt) your environment.  Get a handle on the proper method of dog training immediately with in-home Las Vegas dog trainer Dennis Danskin.  Dennis will visit your home without a fee or obligation.  Please make an appointment today by calling (702) 327-4744.

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Thursday, March 15, 2018

Show them what Pleases You.

So much of dog training has become “catch them and scold them”.  I guess that could even be said for how we handle our human children.  The prevailing thought is that if you try to train your four-legged friend by yelling and intimidating them AFTER the fact that somehow it will be ingrained in their psyche. 

How about the reverse?  Praising and teaching without raising your voice to a level where it sounds like you are screaming at them!  They need to understand what YOU want and YOU expect.  Where do you want them to do their business?  When is it appropriate to give hugs without jumping on and disrupting everyone in the household?  What is okay to chew on?

These traits start when they are in their formative months, then they last a lifetime.  That is where professional Las Vegas area dog trainer Dennis Danskin comes in.  He has virtually seen it all in over a half-century of training dogs both large and small.  His first in-home visit is FREE…so why not give him a call at (702) 327-4744.

Golden Egg Hunt & Picnic


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Golden Egg Hunt & Picnic (ages 50+ with grandchildren under age 10)
Wednesday, March 28, 11 a.m.
Cost: $5 per child under 10 years old.
Centennial Hills Active Adult Center, 6601 N. Buffalo Drive, 702-229-1702.





 

 

Thursday, March 1, 2018

Come, Heel, Sit, Stay.

What is the first thing that you think of when you hear those three words?  Why, dog training, of course!  The truth is that is all that some of us think it takes to properly train your beloved four-legged companion.  The problem with that type of thinking is that come, heel, sit, and stay do NOT address the issue of behavior.

If you stick with only those three basics, then you may end up with a companion who is great at rote memory, but terrible when it comes to day-in and day-out life.  Remember these words…earned respect.  It works with humans as well.  Once you have achieved that you are well on your way to having the best BEST friend you have ever had!

There is someone in Las Vegas and the surrounding area that believes earned respect is tantamount to successful dog training.  His name is Dennis Danskin.  It must be working, because his story goes back more than half a century and Yelp reviews sing his praises.  Call Dennis for a free in-home evaluation at (702) 327-4744.