Dog Trainer & Behaviouralist
With over 23 years of experience, Grace Bryson dog trainer & owner of rrruffhouse specializes in rehabilitating difficult dogs of unfavorable behaviors. Aggressive and special needs dogs are my specialty! With consistent, positive reinforcement ANYTHING is possible!
Barking, jumping, chewing, pulling on walks, charging or barking at other dogs, biting and simply potty training! I can fix almost any unwanted behavior with kindness and consistent repetition! If you are not willing to give up then neither am I, I will stick with you until the end!
Places we will travel to:
Belleville, Trenton, Brighton, Picton, Tweed, Marmora, Madoc, Kingston, and surrounding areas. If you need help outside of these areas, please contact me regardless. We may be able to find a way to help.
Contact us at 613.661.7418 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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Kindness, patience and routine produce happy dogs that will never turn on a human!!
This is my dog Daddy. He came to me about a year ago from a gentleman who had no idea on how to raise a gladiator. Daddy came from a home where he ruled the roost and did so quite proudly. Read more…
What an amazing dog trainer, Grace truly is our Dog Whisper. Here is how our story goes. A year ago this October we purchase 2 Doberman pups, they were so cute and sweet, but then all of a sudden they Read more…
I wanted to say a huge thank you from Jack and us. We got Jack Thanksgiving weekend from the humane society. We knew he had great potential, he has an amazing personality and is very loving but we had Read more…
This is Tilly, she is a very neurotic Sheppard who is in for boot camp. Tilly has a few issues of non stop whimpering and whining, wont stay in a room by herself, if her human moves so does she! Tilly likes to bark Read more…
Grace’s Rants & Recommendations
I am passionate about making life better for every dog I encounter. I am forever gathering information for my own use in the day-to-day running of a house full of dogs, so I blog a lot of what I find. I also blog when I need to rant about something that needs to be ranted about. I hope you enjoy my blog. If what you are looking for isn’t on the blog, please contact me at email@example.com and I will see what I can do.
First ask yourself what you want your dog to learn? Is your dog an extreme case? If your dog is an extreme case then sit, stay, come or heel is not the first things you need to learn. Some trainers don't do rehabilitation, some don't do behavioural modification and...read more
When I got my new dog I asked for strength that I might rear her perfectly; I was given weakness that I might feed her more treats. I asked for good health that I might rest easy; I was given a "special needs" dog that I might know nurturing. I asked for an obedient...read more
Welcome everyone to my site both old and new clients! This coming March we will be having a March madness sale 25% off on all of our training packages and other services such as boarding. Did your family get a new puppy at Christmas? Find your self a little...read more
So...... if you have a back yard or a dog run or kennel and it is as muddy and soupy as mine was from your dogs running around in the mild weather and tearing up your yard, here is a quick solution and cost effective. I had a huge dilemma I have several dogs of my own...read more
Do you have an overly shy dog? Shyness can happen as a result of a prior bad experience, poor socialization, or the way you're raising them. Bringing your dog out more will help him to enjoy the company of people and other dogs, rather than shying away all the time....read more
I get asked this question a lot by first time puppy owners, Before you bring your new puppy home, it is important to check your puppy's overall health and condition. Taking the time to look over your puppy will help you to spot any possible health problems that could...read more
Unless your dog runs around on hard surfaces that help keep toenails short, you have to clip them about once a week — if you hear them clicking on a hard surface, it’s time for a trim. Most dogs detest having their feet handled, so clipping may never be your favorite...read more
Rawhide is sold in just about every pet store – often in many different varieties. It’s a staple in most households with pets. Yet many blogs, organizations, and veterinarians warn that rawhide could not only be dangerous, it could actually be lethal. Here’s what you...read more
Sorry, nothing really funny happened today! So rather than chat about nothing I thought I would give you a recipe for home-made dog cookies! So here it is!! 1 cup honey 1 cup peanut butter 1 tbsp olive oil enough flour of your choice to bring it together to be able to...read more