AZDogWorks is happy to announce that we will be adding Pet & House Sitting services for the public. We have brought Pet Sitting Super Star, Debbie Cook, into our fold, and will be extending her expertise to home/ pet owners in the North Valley. She comes with decades of personal and professional experience caring for […]
Maricopa County Leash Law – Link HERE 8-14 Dogs not permitted at large; wearing licenses; penalties. A. No dog shall be permitted at large. Each dog shall be confined within an enclosure on the owner’s or custodian’s property, secured so that the dog is confined entirely to the owner’s or custodian’s property, or on a […]
So Santa brought you and your family a cute little puppy for Christmas. Congratulations! If this is your first dog, welcome to the club of Dog Owners! Your life will likely not be the same here-on out. Now that the festivities have passed, and the tree and lights are securely stored back in the garage, […]
It’s that special time of year where the challenge of coming up with that one ‘special’ gift for the whole family (or a family member) presents itself. And all too often, the “best gift ever” is to buy or adopt a new puppy. If that idea enters your mind, take a minute to read this, […]
I feel it’s extremely important to present obstacles to young puppies. It bolsters their confidence, and makes them more versatile. In this video, I’m working with a 14 week old puppy. At no point do I force the pup to overcome the obstacle; I merely encourage him with rewards. We try to make obstacles fun.
There is an old wive’s tale that people tend to follow when it comes to meeting a strange dog in public. The notion of extending your hand out towards a strange dog’s face so he can sniff you as a peaceful introduction isn’t always the best course of action to take.