Friday, July 16, 2021

Training Your Best Friend in Your Home.

Dog obedience training can ensure your canine is an enjoyable and important member of your family for more than a decade. It can range from training puppies to addressing unwanted behavior in an older dog. Dennis Danskin of Las Vegas, one of America’s best humane dog behavior trainers, will help you achieve that goal.

Humane puppy and adult dog training play a key role in helping you to raise a well-behaved and socially adjusted member of your household. Of course, there are many different methods of dog training, and recommendations. Dennis Danskin hopes that you will choose training in a humane fashion.

See his effective methods on the website After reading the particulars about this dedicated dog trainer we are pretty sure you will call Dennis Danskin to come to your home for a complimentary visit. Having a devoted, well-behaved canine companion is so important! Please call for that free in-home visit at (702) 327-4744. 

Monday, July 5, 2021

How Busy is Your Las Vegas Area Home?

Better yet, how busy WAS your home before the pandemic and how active do you expect it to be in the future? Add to that, maybe you have a new “best friend” in the house and you want them to be friendly and congenial when someone they don’t know comes over for a visit. Leading Las Vegas Valley dog trainer Dennis Danskin can help you with that!

Here are some tips “on the house” –

1.  Designate a safe space for your dog to retreat to when they hear a knock or doorbell.

2.  You may want to greet a guest outside first.

3.  Always be confident and calm when someone enters your Las Vegas home.

4.  Calmly introduce your canine best friend to your human one.

The other blanks will be filled in by Las Vegas in-home humane dog trainer Dennis Danskin. He has been integrating canines with humans for half a century. Maybe he is a “best friend” you should get to know. Call Dennis Danskin at (702) 327-4744 for a complimentary visit to your home. See some of the ways he works his magic at

Monday, June 14, 2021

We Are Starting to Feel Alive Again!

Yes, it’s going to happen…a return to normalcy as the old term was used by President Warren Harding a hundred years ago. We are interacting with people again which means, if you would be so kind as to invite me into your Las Vegas Valley home this summer, I will show you the perfect way to develop a relationship with your new best friend.

My name is Dennis Danskin, renowned in-home humane dog trainer in Las Vegas. It is time that we renew our regular dog training regimen. That means in YOUR home on YOUR time. It is a glorious time to raise a best friend to adulthood.

So call me, Dennis Danskin, Las Vegas Valley dog trainer and let’s get started! My techniques are easily seen on the web at Please call me anytime for a free evaluation of your pet in your home at (702) 327-4744.

Friday, June 4, 2021

Talk to the Hand.

It has become a popular mantra in modern communication hasn’t it? In terms of dog training, it has been a form of communication in proper interaction for many years now. The way I train your new best friend is with my hand as much as my voice. As a top Las Vegas Valley Dog Trainer you will see that for yourself.

When your dog learns to associate hand signals that correspond to your auditory commands the rest follows. Commands such as palm up, finger pointed to my eye, finger pointed down, open hand, hand placed diagonally across my chest, etc. They all have meaning when accompanied by the proper commands.

You and your best friend will learn quickly and I will leave you with lessons that will last for the lifetime of your dog. My name is Dennis Danskin, Las Vegas dog trainer for five decades. You can count on me to make these next dozen years some of the most enjoyable of your life. Please visit my website at and call me at (702) 327-4744.

Monday, May 24, 2021

Is It Time For Me to Come to your Home?

I ask only because it has been proven over decades that dog training at home is the best way to build rapport between your family and your new best friend. When you hire me you hire Dennis Danskin, who has years and years of in home dog training in Las Vegas.

Why train canines at home? Here are some reasons –

1.  To begin with, the schedule becomes much more flexible.

2.  It is tailored to fit YOUR specific training needs.

3.  I can spend more time on a particular command.

4.  My schedule is flexible as to when you want me there.

Now the real question…are you about ready to return to normal? I sure am! If you like the many reasons for training your new best friend in the confines of your home, please call me. I am Las Vegas at home dog trainer, Dennis Danskin. See my website at Call me soon at (702) 327-4744.

Friday, May 14, 2021

The Big Time Heat is Coming.

We have had a taste of it, but the 100 degrees plus days are on their way. If you are a dog owner experiencing your first summer here, I want you to know some of the tips that we have learned over the years as we cope with summer heat around here. As a well-known Las Vegas dog trainer, I hope that these things to watch for will help.

Your dog may be overheating if you notice –


1.  His saliva is noticeably thick.

2.  She appears to be dizzy.

3.  He is panting heavily.

4.  She looks confused.

5.  There is a noticeable lethargy.

Now, if you want to have a real companion for years and years to come please call me. My name is Dennis Danskin Las Vegas dog trainer. For more than half a century I have made generations of canines great “best friends” of their owners. My website is which sums up much of my philosophy. My phone number is (702) 327-4744.

Wednesday, April 14, 2021

How About Thinking of Dennis for Preventative Maintenance?

In this space we always discuss what Las Vegas dog trainer Dennis Danskin can do for your family AFTER the fact. What about BEFORE you adopt your new best friend. Maybe a call to Dennis would not be such a bad idea. Questions that you should be asking range from what breed to adopt to how many four-legged friends you already have.

Each dog is unique of course and has its own temperament. If you don’t have a lot of room then perhaps a certain breed who needs a lot of exercise is a bad idea. If you already have a dog (or dogs) will a new addition be a positive or a negative and what breed would be best to acclimate with the pack if that is your concern.

Why not give Dennis Danskin noted Las Vegas Valley dog trainer a call and ask a question or two before you decide what to do next? He will “shoot you straight” about your thoughts. When you are ready to adopt give Dennis another call at (702) 327-4744 and go to the internet and google