Rescues hold a special place at Ruff House Dog Training. These wonderful dogs have been let down/abandoned/relinquished sometimes simply due to the dog not having the leadership it needs to thrive in its new home. We never know for sure their story. They could’ve been from foster to shelter, to foster; home to home to home. So much instability can cause harm to these wonderful dogs. While rescues need love and compassion, as all dogs do, they also need to learn to abide by the rules of the house. They tend to act like guests in your home, respecting your home. Soon thereafter, they begin to comfortable…a little TOO comfortable. Sometimes this results in them attacking our family dog or even our human children. Too much, we put the human emotion over the need of the dog and that can result in issues. Ruff House Rescue Training will show you how to interact with your rescue so you can have a faithful companion in your home. Inquire about Ruff House Rescue Training today!
I have a rescue puppy, and she’s what we think a shepherd/hound mix. She’s wonderful, extremely smart, and very affectionate. But, she’s a puppy, and I’m hopelessly in love with her, so a lot of her negative behavior remains unfixed. She jumps, she begs for food, she pulls on the leash, she is very possessive of me to the point of aggression, and a whole host of other issues. So finally I reached out for a trainer, and from the start Ryan was my choice. Very polite and personable while organizing the training dates, and very informative during our lesson. It wasn’t just training the puppy, it was training me as well, which I think is something everyone can benefit from. The same day after training, my friends all noticed a change in my dog and her responsiveness to my commands. She’s still a work in progress, but she improves every day with what Ryan taught us. I highly recommend him to anyone looking for a qualified and effective trainer!