San Tan Valley AZ, Dog Trainer, Dog Training, Behaviorist
PHOENIX , AZ AREA: (602) 708-4531
OR, if you are out of this area, inquire about a telephone or e-Lesson
Email: [email protected]
I am a premier San Tan Valley dog trainer and behaviorist, offering a full line of services for residents. I have a lot of students in San Tan Valley, AZ. I am a well known and respected dog trainer and behaviorist for the entire metropolitan area. You can see, by searching the internet, I am asked by the local TV media about dog issues. I am well known in the animal rescue world, and am the Founder of Citizens Animal Welfare Society. I am co-founder of PATCHES, a project to build and operate a privately run animal shelter to supplement what the County does. I do expert witness work for attorneys. I have a partner in another business where we offer specialized therapy dog training and support to various organizations. I don’t use harsh training methods. I’ve trained all ages and a wide variety of breeds in all parts of town. This is a central business area for me, and I’m in the vicinity of your place almost every day. Setting up lessons is as simple as letting me know what you are dealing with, and then arranging an evaluation or lessons, from puppy lessons, to obedience, to behavior modification. I can do lessons at most times of the day, and sessions will be scheduled in relation to where my other appointments are each day (because I have to plan a weekly route, and I HATE being late).
I have trained a good number of dogs in San Tan Valley, since I live “next door” in Gilbert. I recently worked with a pit bull near the base of the mountains near San Tan Flats restaurant. He was a good boy, but he wasn’t trained. They had delayed the training, so when I met him, he was already a “teenager”, about a year and a half old, and out of control. He was no fun to be around, powerful, jumping on everyone, getting into trouble throughout the house, and being banished to either a crate or the backyard. We had to sort all of that out.
Let’s not let your dog get to that point. Where are you located? When are you available?