A grrrrreat Review on Yelp!

Rob and Lose the Leash transformed our dog! We found lose the leash to help teach our dog (and us) how to get our 2 year old goldendoodle to listen to us. She is overall a good dog, nice and friendly, knows her commands, but she was incredibly stubborn and would never listen and come when we called her.

After years of frustration, we reached a breaking point when she ran across a street to greet another dog. Afraid she’d get hurt from not listening we were glad to find Rob!

We did three private lessons and after that it’s like a night and day difference! She now comes whenever she’s called, even if there is another dog (or her favorite, a bird!). The huge demonstration of how great it worked was we took our dog to Kiwanis park to walk around. All her temptations were there, a lake to swim, birds, kids throwing balls, and even a cat, and she was able to walk by our side WITHOUT A LEASH the whole way around the lake! That would have never have happened without Lose The Leash.

Even my dad, a dog owner of 30 years was blown away by how good she is! This was not only an investment in our current dog, but any future pup that becomes a part of our family. I highly recommend Rob and Lose the Leash. We can now take our dog public places without fear of embarrassment and we know she is safe.

-Sarah P. on Lose The Leash Yelp Page

“Wish I could give him more than 5 stars” – Rachel S. in Apache Junction, Arizona

“Rob is awesome! He is very patient. He helped my mum and I train our 2 Huskies and he was awesome! Wish I could give him more than 5 stars. Thank you Rob!! C:”

Rachel S.

Apache Junction, Arizona

Review copied from the Lose The Leash Facebook Page

A Fetching Review from Cindy G. in SanTan Valley, Arizona

“I can’t say enough about how great Rob and Lose the Leash have been with our Annie. Rob’s method has helped us so much in gaining a response and obedience from Annie. I am so thrilled and highly recommend Rob to anyone.”

Cindy G

SanTan Valley, AZ

Review posted on our Facebook Page

‘He has done an amazing job’

“I would recommend Rob and his training. He has done an amazing job with helping me train my dag!!”

-Elaine in Mesa, AZ.

Review posted on Lose The Leash Facebook Page

Another Happy Customer!

Rob is an excellent trainer with a great love for dogs!! Thanks so much!

Find this review, and MORE on Facebook Click Here!!!

HORNBLOWER HOSTS 15TH ANNUAL PET DAY ON THE BAY ON MAY 16TH

Popular Harbor Cruise “Goes to the Dogs” to Benefit the Helen Woodward Animal Center San Diego, California (April 6, 2015) – On May 16th, Hornblower Cruises & Events will host its 15th annual “Pet Day on the Bay” to benefit the Helen Woodward Animal Center (HWAC), a local nonprofit that provides care and comfort to orphaned and injured animals. On this special day each year, dogs are welcomed aboard to enjoy a fun-filled harbor cruise with their owners.

Highlights include: Best Sightseeing on San Diego Bay with Your Dog: These one-hour cruises offer breathtaking views of the San Diego skyline and storied landmarks, as well as a chance to experience delightful marine animals and majestic sea birds up close. Special Guests: Joining the cruises will be Jagger & Kristi from Magic 92.5 for a fun meet and greet. Delectable Doggie Treat Bar: A special smorgasbord, sponsored by Petco, will pamper pups throughout the cruise with a variety of mouthwatering treats. Expert Dog Training Tips: Experts from Petco’s dog training department will share helpful advice and suggestions for dog owners wanting to brush up on their pet handling skills. Support For HWAC: In addition to the proceeds from ticket sales, passengers are asked to bring sorely needed blankets and towels to further assist HWAC’s animals in need.

Reservations are now being accepted: Times: Three one-hour cruises are scheduled on May 16th, departing at 9:30 a.m., 11:15 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. from the Hornblower ticket booth at 1800 N. Harbor Drive. Boarding begins 30 minutes prior to departure. Tickets: Costs are $24 for adults, $12 for children ages 4 to 12 and $22 for seniors and the military. Children three and under are free. Each adult passenger is invited to board with one dog. Canines must be kept on a leash throughout the cruise.

To make reservations, visit http://www.hornblower.com/port/overview/sd+petdayonbay

‘perfectly behaved, followed every command’

“First post-surgery walk on my own with Gunner, my Rhodesian Ridgeback puppy. Gunner was perfectly behaved, followed every command, and did not leave my side despite the temptations of rabbits, quail, and neighbors with their dogs. Thank you so much Rob for everything. Best dog trainer ever!”

-Rose in Phoenix Arizona

Review posted on the Lose The Leash Facebook Page

“weren’t even manageable on a walk due to some aggression towards other dogs”

 

“We are so thankful for Rob. He is an excellent trainer and fantastic guy. We had him train our two dogs, who before Rob . Within 3 private classes both of them were walking great and able to even go to the dog park without worries. We never dreamed this would be possible. We’re even going to have our dogs in our wedding in May. I’m so happy to be able to do things with them now without worrying if they will get into a fight or misbehave. Thank you Rob!”

See the review on our Facebook Page

Dog’s Day at the Desert Botanical Garden

Saturday, January 24 | 8 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Included with paid Garden admission. Dog admission $4 each.

Proceeds benefiting the
Arizona Humane Society.

The Garden has gone to the dogs! Take advantage of this special opportunity to bring the whole family, dogs included, to the Garden.

BARKTOBERFEST 2014

BARKTOBERFEST 2014
OCTOBER 11, 2014
9AM TO 3PM
GILBERT CIVIC CENTER
50 E. CIVIC CENTER DRIVE, GILBERT, AZ
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF GILBERT & WARNER ROADS IN GILBERT

Barktoberfest is “a party in the park for dogs and their human companions”. The East Valley Tribune’s 2012 “Best Place to Hang Out With Your Dog”, this event has grown each year and we usually have 2,500 or more people attend! The 15th annual Barktoberfest will be on Saturday, October 11, at Gilbert Town Center (Gilbert Road & Warner Road in Gilbert).

EVENT SCHEDULE:
9AM – EVENT OPENS!

DOG AND BALLOON CONTEST* (ongoing event)

BOBBING FOR BONES CONTEST* (ongoing event)

LURE COURSE & AGILITY (ongoing event)

9:30AM BOMB SNIFFING DOG DEMO (time tentative)

10AM – LOOK-ALIKE CONTEST*

10:30AM  – CANINE IDOL CONTEST*

11AM – BEST DRESSED DOG CONTEST*

NOON – ALUMNI DOG PARADE – A PARADE FOR ALL FRIENDS FOR LIFE ADOPTED DOGS!

1PM – GILBERT POLICE DEPARTMENT K9 DEMONSTRATION

2PM – BEST TRICK CONTEST*

2:30PM – RAFFLE DRAWINGS AND ONGOING EVENT WINNERS

3PM – EVENT IS OVER – DRIVE SAFELY!  WOOF!  BARK ON!

*$1 minimum donation for contests

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