The Rescue Dog Ranger™ Book
Transform Your Rescue Dog Into A Calm Confident Canine
- Are you a new, inexperienced or nervous rescue dog owner?
- Are you desperate to be a perfect ‘pet parent’ but don’t know where to start with training?
- Have you discovered your rescue dog just ignores you?
- Are you embarrassed everytime you walk your rescue dog because he barks at EVERY dog he sees?
Did you know that 1 in 5 dogs are returned to the rescue/shelter they came from?
That’s a whopping 20% of dogs who are rehomed more than once.
The most common reason is due to training or behaviour problems such as barking at other dogs, being difficult aka not listening, not being able to settle down in their new home, being unmanageable…. the list goes on.
If you’ve ever moved to a new school or changed jobs you know that change can be difficult. Now, imagine you are a rescue dog whose had his world turned upside down and inside out, AND he doesn’t speak your language so can’t tell you how he feels!
That’s the challenge you are facing with your new adopted dog. If you want to avoid the heartache of returning your dog to the rescue then you need to nail your new routine during the crucial first few days, weeks and months.
This takes love AND a kind, effective training plan, that gives your rescue dog the structure he needs to successfully settle into his new home.
These problems can be easily addressed and avoided with time, paitence and the right methods in place. This is where my book will help you, showing you how best to teach your dog and get best out of life togther.
The definition of insanity is repeating the same action over and over again, expecting different results.
This sums up most problems dog parents have with their rescue dogs when it comes to training them.
You go around in endless circles trying to stop your dog from barking every time he sees another dog. I bet you try to block his view of said dog, which leads to you performing some sort of crazy sidestep dance in the street.
You repeatedly call then shout your dog’s name, to find out you might as well be talking to the wall, as you’re flat-out ignored. Honestly, if your dog doesn’t acknowledge you by the 3rd call of his name, you might as well quit because he isn’t about to start listening.
How about the crazy energy-filled rescue dogs, let me guess you say ‘it’s ok he’ll grow out of it’ a lot and yet he never seems to calm down right?
This book will help you with all the above and more, your dream of a dog who listens and can see another dog without kicking off or a calm dog can be a reality for you.
You love him with all your heart, and can’t imagine life without your rescue dog however things need to change for the better. So you bring the love and I’ll help you with the training.