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DoggyRade Partners with Premier Working Dog Trainer at Global Pet Expo

Despite a life full of challenges, Aaron Tucker is ready to debut DoggyRade Unleashed at Booth 1372.




(PRESS RELEASE) PORT ORANGE, FL — Aaron Tucker has seen it all and been through it all. A victim of abuse and left homeless and alone at the age of 16, Tucker spent his early years in poverty, living on the street or wherever he could find a warm bed. But those challenging years just instilled a will to succeed.

That willpower shaped a man who never gives up, and after hearing his story of hardship and his passion for working dogs, the team at DoggyRade just knew they had to team up with the nationally known military dog trainer. At Global Pet Expo March 20-22 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Tucker will officially unveil his new hydration drink, DoggyRade Unleashed.

“I’m excited to work with DoggyRade because hydration in dogs is not addressed the same way as human hydration. The product addresses a gap in the market while promoting responsible pet ownership through healthier, more active lives for dogs.”

Before his mother passed, she raised German Shepherds, which sparked Tucker’s love of animals. He found a job cleaning dog kennels in high school to support himself while homeless, and eventually went on to have a successful career as a firefighter, paramedic, and police officer.

With those jobs came the duties of making sure working dog programs had the best training possible, especially in volatile areas of the world, like the US Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan.

Tucker eventually retired from being a first responder and began his own dog training school called Florida K9 Unleashed in Central Florida. To this day he continues to work with dogs of all kinds. “Dogs lose electrolytes and minerals through physical activity, and replenishing these nutrients without excessive water intake helps prevent bloat, which is a serious and potentially life-threatening condition in dogs. DoggyRade is all about replenishing those essential electrolytes,” said Tucker recently.


Tucker will be at the DoggyRade Booth 1372 at the event and will be available for interviews to share his compelling story. Tucker will also have his dog Archer with him, who has expertise in search and rescue, agility and many other talents.

All Doggyrade Prebiotic Drinks encourage enterocytes, which are intestinal absorptive cells. Enterocytes gather prebiotics, water and amino acids directly in an animal’s lower intestine, which rapidly rehydrates them as they break down food into energy. In studies done, DoggyRade dogs drink up to five times more water than canines that are offered only water. All DoggyRade products are highly palatable and ready to use for on-the-go for pups on high energy missions.

For more information, go to DoggyRade’s website. To schedule an interview with Tucker or the DoggyRade team during Global Pet Expo, please contact Mary Tan at cell: 612-209-3303 or email:



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