dan@dangebbiadogtrainer.com

A little bit About Dan's Past

  • Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons (ARF)
    Former Director of Training
  • Bide-A-Wee Adoption Center, Westhampton
    Former Consultant on Behavioral Issues
  • ‘PETS & PEOPLE, PEOPLE & PETS’
    Host and Producer

From April 1996 to March 2000, Dan hosted a lively one-on-one talk show on public TV titled ‘PETS & PEOPLE, PEOPLE & PETS’. A variety of owners and interest groups were invited to visit along with their animal companions for an energetic half hour of informative fun. Some of the guests included:

Philip Gonzalez and Ginny (The Dog Who Rescued Cats)
New York State Troopers K-9 Unit
Various Long Island veterinarian groups
Guide Dog Foundation of Long Island
Long Island Greyhound Transfer (rescue group)
Bide-A-Wee Adoption Center
Various wildlife rehabilitators
Project Save-A-Babe (Potbelly pig rescue)
Bassett Hound Rescue
Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research
Ferret Rescue
Theodore Roosevelt Nature Sanctuary – Falcons and Birds of Prey
Exotic bird enthusiasts
Various interest groups – holistic medicine, pet therapists, natural and herbal health care

  • Humane Methods
  • Veterinarian Recommended
  • Training Eastern Long Island Since 1980
Dan Gebbia with one of his clients
  • Serving:
  • Sagaponack
  • New Suffolk
  • Remsenburg
  • Springs
  • Aquebogue
  • Tuckahoe
  • Flanders
  • Three Mile Harbor
  • Noyack
  • Shinnecock

“Kathy and I would like to thank you for making life with Max a pleasurable experience. The weekly lessons and exercises you recommended, have reinforced the discipline and behaviors we were seeking in an older dog.”
Len G. Southampton, NY

“The training sessions you provided were well worth the price paid. I could not recommend your services more highly for anyone who would like a well behaved pet. I particularly appreciated your treating us with a level of respect not often seen these days.”
Bob and Nancy H. Southold NY

“Dan Gebbia is an excellent dog trainer and also an excellent teacher of dog owners. He can ‘read’ a dog quickly, adjust his instructions accordingly and help one attain what one thought was impossible fast.”
Joan C. Southampton, NY and New York, NY