July 4 is a time of celebration, taking a few precautions can help ensure your beloved family dogs enjoy the evening as much as we do...
Tucson, AZ (PRWEB) May 28, 2012
Tucson Arizona’s resident dog training expert, Gerard Raneri of Bark Busters, is providing a number of helpful tips to keep dogs safe and calm during the firework noise and festivities of the 4th of July holiday. Typically a time of high anxiety for dogs, the trainer is helping dog owners soothe the fear and confusion experienced by dogs during this time.
“The bright lights, explosions, and chaotic noises can be very traumatic for dogs,” said Raneri, behavior therapist, adding “Tucson animal shelters receive a record number of runaways and frightened dogs during this period.”
Bark Busters, the world's largest, most trusted dog training company, started in Australia in 1989 and came to the United States in 2000. Since inception, more than 500,000 dogs have been trained worldwide using its dog-friendly, natural methods. SPCA International selected Bark Busters dog behavioral training services as the “Best of the Best” in its category.
“July 4 is a time of celebration, taking a few precautions can help ensure your beloved family dogs enjoy the evening as much as we do,” added Raneri.
The behavior therapist encourages dog owners to recognize that the holiday burdens dogs with significant stress and suggests owners create a special den-like area in the home for the dog to feel safe while keeping the curtains closed can help reduce the visual stimulation to pets.
Pet owners can get the entire suite of free tips by visiting their popular site that provides a number of useful suggestions catering to dog owner concerns in Southern Arizona.
As a renowned authority in canine behavior visitors are encouraged to contact Mr. Raneri for help. According to the site, the natural training system can successfully train any breed, any age, any issue.
Prospective clients looking for help with dog behavior training are guaranteed for the life of the dog and is veterinarian recommended.
Gerard Raneri, Dog Behavioral Therapist & Master Trainer