Here at Dogs Need Rules we are changing the lives of
Jersey Dogs one waggin' tail at a time. We have a pretty doggone
simple formula that we follow :
RULES + FUN = HAPPY HOME
It's very true that a dog 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 him know what's expected.
Clearly he needs to know what theRULES are.
And when we teach him how to follow the RULES and let him have
some fun while learning, you'll get quick, tail waggin' results.
Our mission at Dogs Need Rules is to provide dog training programs that result in an obedient, reliable, safe and happy dog.
Our training methods condition your dog to pay attention to you and
focus on you regardless of what else is going on. So even around severe distractions like food, people,cats, squirrels, rabbits, or other dogs, you will have control. Once your dog is reliable on leash and off-leash you can have so much more fun and take her lots more places - the park, the beach, the boat, hiking, camping,or your
friend's house...just about anywhere.
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 for "BAD" dogs...obedience training is
for "ALL" dogs. When you take time to train your dog, your bond becomes stronger and the rewards are great. You'll see your dog triumph and become the best that he can be while still remaining a fun, playful, goofy dog.
So What Can We Help YOU With ?
Here are some questions for you.
C'mon answer honestly !!!
What happens when the pizza man comes? Is there chaos at the
front door? Lots of barking? Is someone holding back the dog?
Have you ever left cookies or a sandwich on a table? Was it still there when you got back or did it disappear into Fido's belly? Does he steal from the garbage? Is he counter-surfing?
Do your friends really still want to come cover knowing your dog will growl, jump or hump them? Do you find yourself isolating him in another room ?
Are your walks with your dog enjoyable, or full of reprimands and raised voices? Are the walks stressful due to pulling and lunging?
Do you want your dog to stay off your couch or bed?
Has your dog gotten pushy or bossy with you? Does he attempt
to dominate you?
Has your dog started to ignore your commands?
Is your dog using your home as a toilet - peeing or pooping anywhere he wants? Is he marking in your home?
Is your dog aggressive around other dogs? Is your dog nervous or snappy around kids?
How about chewing furniture or digging up your garden?
What about barking? Is it constant or under control?
Has your dog shown any signs of aggression? Has he snarled or growled at you or others? Has he ever bitten?
Does your dog attempt to bolt out the door every time its
opened? How is your dog in the car?
Does your dog pace constantly? Does she have trouble settling
down and relaxing?
Will your dog stay by you if she's off leash or will she take off
Does your dog sneak into the bathroom to drink from the toilet?