Wednesday, November 9, 2022

A New Relationship Begins.

As we come up to holiday season you may be thinking about developing a new relationship. That is exactly what adopting a dog is about. It is the beginning of a potential 12-15 year bond between you and your best friend. If you have kids in the household, this will help mold their future. Let Las Vegas Valley professional Dennis Danskin start you on the right road.

Dennis may well become your friend even before you decide where to get that new dog/puppy. He has a vast knowledge of such things as where to adopt a dog, what to feed your new companion, veterinarian needs, and above all, properly training your new family addition. That’s a lot of knowledge garnered over the decades!

Lean on Dennis Danskin to start you on the right road to owning and managing a new “best friend” anywhere in the Las Vegas Valley. The first consultation/visit is absolutely free. Getting to know Dennis is one of the smartest things you will ever do. Dennis Danskin may be reached at (702) 327-4744. See his brilliance at

Tuesday, November 1, 2022

I Come to Your Home.

How many times have you read about dog trainers who take your best friend out of the house, then return exclaiming they are completely trained. Did you ever wonder why your new family addition had to leave the house to become a better dog. My name is Dennis Danskin and I believe that in-home dog training is the right solution!

Here are a few reasons -


1. We all learn together how to communicate with your dog.

2. We solve problems together…and you can see my work.

3. Above all…CONVENIENT to your schedule

I believe in training your dog in YOUR home. My name is Dennis Danskin. I will come to your Las Vegas area home for a complimentary first session. Let’s see if we (meaning you, me, and your canine) are a good fit. You have nothing to lose. Since the first visit is free just call this number (702) 327-4744. If you’re still not convinced visit

Friday, October 14, 2022

Bringing Families Together.

There’s nothing like a well-trained companion to bring a family with a couple of kids together. Having a dog to take care of and nurture is special for everyone in its own way. You may be planning a trip to the shelter immediately when you learn these four reasons to have a new “best friend” in your Las Vegas home.

Here are the four –

1. Protection.

2. There is a measurable increase in health among the humans in the home.

3. It helps mental acuity.

4. Your kids tend to develop better with more responsibility.

Dennis Danskin, a renowned Las Vegas Valley dog trainer, will help you train your new puppy/dog in a humane fashion. See all that Dennis stands for by visiting this website… Let’s go, Las Vegas! Find that perfect companion at a local shelter, then call Dennis Danskin at (702) 327-4744.

Monday, October 3, 2022

Does Owning a Dog Enhance the Life of a Senior?

Let me let you in on this fact…I too am over 55…just a little! I know from my years and years of experience as a dog trainer that owning a well-behaved “best friend” will not only enhance your life, but may actually extend it. You have probably heard it before…owning the right dog in your “golden years” is good medicine. Let a canine trainer like me, Dennis Danskin, help.

Here is just one small aspect of life that studies have shown. Continuing research is showing that the health benefits of owning a dog are unmistakable. Dog owners have lower blood pressure and healthier cholesterol levels, and a lower risk of heart disease, than non-owners. That sounds like a plan, doesn’t it?

I am one of the premier dog trainers anywhere (especially here in the Las Vegas Valley). Please call me, Las Vegas dog trainer Dennis Danskin, for more help with the proper selection and training of your new “best friend”. That’s Dennis Danskin at Call me at this phone number (702) 327-4744.

Thursday, September 15, 2022

Accentuate the Positive.

There are two basic ways to train your new best friend…positive or negative reinforcement. If your dog fears you, it might work for you in the short run, but long-term you want a companion who has learned through positive training, or humane training as we call it. Those are the methods of humane Las Vegas dog trainer Dennis Danskin.


No –

1. Shock collars

2. Clickers (it sounds like you’re training a cricket!)

3. Choke chains

4. Even treats

Your new canine companion respects you (because it is done in your home)…not the fear of doing the wrong thing! This is what Las Vegas dog trainer Dennis Danskin has used in a half-century of successful dog training. Does that sound good for your family? Then call noted Las Vegas Valley dog trainer Dennis Danskin at (702) 327-4744 and see