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!
Ryan was awesome with our 1.2 yr adopted puppy. Our dog was a foster dog who had anxiety, fear of outsiders and hated the leash. By then end of our 6 weeks he walked by our side on our walks, sat/laid down when requested and allowed friends/family outside his circle to pet him. Additionally, Ryan was very flexible with our schedule which we very much appreciated. We’re so happy with the outcome…thanks so much Ryan!