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Monday, October 14, 2019

It’s Not Too Early.

So, you waited until the kids were back in school and the weather moderated to get that beautiful new addition to your home.  The belief that pups should not be trained until they are at least six months to one year of age is not true.  All dogs can benefit from obedience training as early as seven weeks.  By six months of age, almost all behavior problems are already in place.

Here are some things to remember –

1.  Preventing behavioral problems are a lot easier than solving them.
2.  Puppies may nip at babies, so keep them apart for a while.
3.  Do not play aggressively with a puppy.
4.  Always treat your puppy as a sensitive, living thing with needs and desires.

One more thing to remember…call (702) 327-4744.  That is the number of Las Vegas premier puppy trainer, Dennis Danskin.  No matter how much you THINK you know about training puppies you simply do not know as much as Dennis and his 40 plus years of experience!  Remember that number again (702) 327-4744.  That’s Dennis Danskin.

Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Halloween in Las Vegas 2019

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Get set for Halloween!  Check out the list of events around Vegas - grab your ghosts and goblins for a haunting good time!  



Tuesday, October 1, 2019

The Difference Between Dog Sitting and Dog Boarding.

This is not my area of expertise, but I wanted you to know some differences between the two after you have honored me by allowing me to train your dog.  Years ago, dog boarding was your only option.  Dog boarding is like taking your dog to a hotel, except all the guests are pets!  On the other hand, there’s pet sitting.  Typically, a pet sitter will stay at your home while you’re away or stop by to care for your pets once or twice per day.

Boarding is probably the best option if your pet is a youngster.  You’ll rest easier knowing he’s getting plenty of potty breaks, attention, and social time needed to keep him happy and stimulated.  Do you have multiple dogs?  Then dog sitting may be the right choice.  Dogs who have a companion or two won’t feel as lonely as they would if they’re the only pet.

My name is Dennis Danskin of Las Vegas and I care so very much for the life of your dog long after I have properly trained it in the comfortable surroundings of your home.  If you have questions even years after the training sessions, please feel free to call me anytime.  My phone number is (702) 327-4744.

Monday, September 30, 2019

Oktoberfest Las Vegas 2019

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Oktoberfest season is the perfect time to enjoy all things beer. Celebrate Oktoberfest 2019 in Las Vegas through a variety of festivals, events, craft beer specials and more!

 

Monday, September 16, 2019

Can I Trust that Man with My Best Friend?

It’s a question you may have asked before hiring a dog trainer.  I don’t blame you at all.  This is your baby we are talking about and you need your best friend to be better from the experience of learned behavior rather than worse.  That is why I pledge a couple of things…I will train your puppy in the comfort of your own home and I have plenty of great references.

Let me just share one of those with you and then I will tell you where you can read plenty more of them.  Merrie who lives here in Las Vegas said of me…”I then decided to go online to find in home dog training and as luck would have it stumbled upon Dennis Danskin.  He was INCREDIBLY thorough and knowledgeable”!

Now, one testimonial does not a dog trainer make (even after 50 years of doing it).  So, please visit trainhumane.net on the web and read just some of the myriad of testimonials I have received.  Then, call me and I will come to your home for a complimentary visit with your 4-legged pride and joy.  I am Dennis Danskin serving the Las Vegas area at (702) 327-4744.

Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Treats May not be Necessary.

This may apply to your kids as well, but it is also true with your four-legged kid.  I want you to develop a healthy relationship with your dog.  Giving it treats all the time may not be the best way to promote health and longevity for your puppy.  Many people think that treat training is the one and only alternative.

However, using treats to keep her or him from barking at other dogs, fixating on those juicy-looking squirrels and birds or lunging at vehicles does not work with treats!  A professional trainer will help, and introduce you to training without treats, which is extremely successful for nearly all dog owners.

I believe in training without treats.  It is called positive reinforcement training.  Believe me, positive words and gestures are so much better than the constant expectation of caloric treats.  Allow me to demonstrate.  I am Dennis Danskin.  Call me if you live anywhere in the Las Vegas Valley for a complimentary in-home visit at (702) 327-4744.   

Tuesday, August 27, 2019

I Love the ’90s | Free Concert - Sept 1st

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Vanilla Ice, Montell Jordan, All-4-One,Tone Loc and Coolio 
@Fremont Street Experience Downtown | Free Concert