Las Vegas Dogs in Competitive Events (LVDICE)Location: , 4161 N Rancho Dr Ste 120, Las Vegas NV 89130-3459
She was the elected President of Las Vegas Dogs in Competitive Events (2014-2016) after serving on the Board of Directors (2012-2014). See the LVDICE web site for more information about local events.
Do you have a charity, company, or organization event in Las Vegas or that you don’t want people to watch where they step? Never fear Las Vegas POOP 911 is here to help. We have done numerous dog events for the Las Vegas SPCA and other large Las Vegas pet organizations and are well equipped to handle your dog or pet pooper scooper needs. Our courteous and friendly poop scooper staff will be outfitted in professional uniforms and patrol the area of your dog event to make sure it is a fun and clean area for all to enjoy. If your pet event is in the Las Vegas area we can help with your dog waste cleanup needs!
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POOP 911 Las Vegas pet waste cleanup service is locally owned and operated by Ben Franklin. Ben and his very professional dog loving staff will take the pain out of your grass and give you back the clean green backyard you always hoped to have. Ben and his wife Krystal have 3 dogs of their own and know exactly what home owners expect in keeping their yard clean and green from dog waste build up. In addition to poop scooping related services Las Vegas POOP 911 offers hosing off your patio or deck, deoderizing and we will even leave a little doggy treat for your favorite dog if you would like us to. Our goal at Las Vegas POOP 911 dog poop pick up service is to make your life easier. We understand that people have busy lives between balancing work, friends and of course family time. Las Vegas POOP 911 pooper scoopers are here to help give you some of that time back. So what are you waiting for? Call Las Vegas POOP 911 today and get the least favorite part about owning a dog off of your to "DOO" list. Call Las Vegas POOP 911 pooper scoopers today!Sit Means Sit Dog Training in Las Vegas provides a free demonstration for you and your dog, before any decision is made. Please view the section of our website, to get a visual picture of Sit Means Sit dog training, and what it can potentially do for you. Sit Means Sit Dog Training Las Vegas, has the solutions for all of your dog training needs. Our Las Vegas Nevada location is also a major training hub for the development of Sit Means Sit locations throughout the country and abroadAll of our staff at Sit Means Sit, a Las Vegas dog obedience training school, play an integral part in teaching pet owners to have a happy, well-trained, enthusiastic dog, under all sorts of dog training distractions. Sit Means Sit provides unlimited dog training, dog obedience, and dog behavior packages, to help owners to give their dogs the freedom that a well trained dog can enjoy. Whether it is one-on-one dog training, dog training classes, problem dog training, aggressive dog training, puppy training, or just learning to bring your dog’s capabilities to their highest level, Sit Means Sit can get the job done.I became a client of Sit Means Sit after adopting a 1 year old male german shepherd named CJ from a local animal shelter. I am an avid hiker and had recently coauthored the book Best Hikes with Dogs – Las Vegas and Beyond. One thing I felt was missing from traditional training methods was solid off-leash control and sometimes while hiking in remote areas I like to let my dog off leash. When I saw the demonstration from Sit Means Sit, I was immediately struck by the level of control the handler had off leash. Now that CJ has been a Sit Means Sit dog for 2 years, I realize that the off leash control is more than just about hiking with my dog, it is a safety measure. Recently at the dog park two dogs started an altercation and while other dogs ran towards the commotion, I quietly got CJ off to the side next to me. I am able to take him to everywhere and around many other dogs and situations because I have complete control. One of my favorite aspects of Sit Means Sit is the way the classes are designed. Years ago I had done traditional dog classes that met a certain number of classes and if you missed a class or if you needed more help – too bad. With Sit Means Sit we can go when it is convenient and if life gets busy, no problem, we can take a break and come back at a later date. For CJ the e-collar is a treat or reward. When I get it out he jumps up and down and begs to have me put it on because he knows we are going to go do something fun like go for a run or go to the park. Recently a friend of mine told me that I have the best behaved dogs of anyone she knows – what a complement! Thanks Sit Means Sit for helping me take the dog from the shelter that was going to be euthanized and making him a top-notched pet and part of our family!