We all love our dogs and they become a very important part of our families. But, doggonit' sometimes they just need some help to understand the RULES and learn some basic manners.
Obedience training isn't just for "BAD" dogs...obedience training is for all dogs. Let us help you...when you take the time to train your dog...the rewards are great. Your dog is relaxed and listens and your bond becomes stronger. You will see all the fantastic changes in his behavior while he still remains the fun, playful dog you love.
Dogs Need Rules wants to prove to you that CHANGE really can happen.
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I never would have thought Bebo could learn manners. He is a gentleman now since training with you. I go first, he goes
second.I love it. Sherry, Lakewood
At DOGS NEED RULES we use a simple formula for success
DOGS NEED RULES IS CHANGING THE LIVES OF JERSEY DOGS ONE WAGGIN' TAIL AT A TIME!!!
Yep it's true...a dog needs to know the RULES. In other words, he needs to know what is acceptable behavior AND what is not.
He needs to know how to behave, and it's up to you as his leader to let him know what is expected.
So...he needs to know what the RULES are.
When we teach him to follow the RULES, and let him have some fun while learning...
you get quick, tail waggin' results.
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DOGS NEED RULES !!!
Dog Training For the Real World
Our training methods condition your dog to pay attention to you. He has to learn how
to focus on you and your commands regardless of what else is going on.
So if distractions like food, people and other dogs are around... yep...he still pays attention to you.
If he sees cats, squirrels or rabbits....oh boy....he still pays attention to you and you have control of your dog.
Once your dog is reliable and obedient on-leash and off-leash, you can have so much more fun together and go lots of places - the park, the beach, the boat, hiking, and camping. And now you will enjoy taking him to your friend's house instead of worrying or being embarrassed about his behavior.