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 | email@example.com
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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 firstname.lastname@example.org and I will see what I can do.
"It's all in how you raise them." A saying I have grown to hate over time as a dog trainer. Simply because it just isn't true and does more harm than good. You can start a puppy from scratch and provide it all the love in the world and it can turn out quite terribly...read more
As I mentioned in some of my previous posts, dogs don’t need grains in their diets. They were meant to eat meat. Real meat! This article gathers 24 easy and healthy raw dog food recipes, based on a mix of meat and vegetables. Most commercial dog foods use soy, corn...read more
Food allergy or intolerance? There is a distinction that needs to be made between food allergies and food intolerances. Food allergies are true allergies and show the characteristic symptoms of itching and skin problems associated with canine and feline allergies....read more
Well March is almost over and so is the March madness sale. Don't worry if you didn't take advantage of the March sale we are doing another for April, any new training clients who sign up for a 4 or 6 week package deal will get 25% off the prepaid lesson plan and also...read more
The meaning of pitches: Low pitched sounds (such as a dog's growl) usually indicate threats, anger and the possibility of aggression. These are interpreted as meaning "Stay away from me." High pitch sounds mean the opposite, asking to be allowed to come closer or...read more
Here at Rrruffhouse our dog trainers are always seeking knowledge to help dog owners do better. Did you know that you can actually get sick from your dog? Did you know that many times you wouldn't even know how you got sick or that it was even possible for your dog to...read more
Rrruffhouse dog trainers spend many hours a day researching things we get asked the most about, we get asked questions about health, food recommendations, what vets to use, what vaccines do we need, what toys, bedding, leashes collars do we need, do we need training?...read more
If you have told yourself " I want a dog" or " I need a puppy" and you think your ready then here are a few questions you should ask yourself first to help you determine if your really ready? Will you be having a baby in your dogs lifetime? If you have children how...read more
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