The Ten Commandments Of Dog Training And Ownership (Do!)

Posted on: July 7th, 2014 by JGellman •  1 Comment

As a dog trainer who travels the country training dogs and working with 20-30 families a week in their homes it is so important for folks to understand how a dog thinks. And when there is no authority figure present, the kind of chaos and bad behavior that can happen. Remember the bad behavior of […]


The Magic Of Duration Work

Posted on: June 12th, 2014 by JGellman •  No Comments

As a dog trainer who travels the country training dogs and working with 20-30 families a week in their homes it is so important for folks to understand how a dog thinks. And when there is no authority figure present, the kind of chaos and bad behavior that can happen. Remember the bad behavior of […]


Resistance Is (Unfortunately Not) Futile

Posted on: June 1st, 2014 by JGellman •  No Comments

As a dog trainer who travels the country training dogs and working with 20-30 families a week in their homes it is so important for folks to understand how a dog thinks. And when there is no authority figure present, the kind of chaos and bad behavior that can happen. Remember the bad behavior of […]


Twenty Questions: Trainers and Behaviorists

Posted on: April 28th, 2014 by JGellman •  No Comments

As a dog trainer who travels the country training dogs and working with 20-30 families a week in their homes it is so important for folks to understand how a dog thinks. And when there is no authority figure present, the kind of chaos and bad behavior that can happen. Remember the bad behavior of […]


The Drug That Is You

Posted on: March 17th, 2014 by JGellman •  No Comments

As a dog trainer who travels the country training dogs and working with 20-30 families a week in their homes it is so important for folks to understand how a dog thinks. And when there is no authority figure present, the kind of chaos and bad behavior that can happen. Remember the bad behavior of […]


The Dog Reactivity Handbook!

Posted on: March 5th, 2014 by JGellman •  2 Comments

As a dog trainer who travels the country training dogs and working with 20-30 families a week in their homes it is so important for folks to understand how a dog thinks. And when there is no authority figure present, the kind of chaos and bad behavior that can happen. Remember the bad behavior of […]


When The Tools Don’t Work

Posted on: February 17th, 2014 by JGellman •  No Comments

As a dog trainer who travels the country training dogs and working with 20-30 families a week in their homes it is so important for folks to understand how a dog thinks. And when there is no authority figure present, the kind of chaos and bad behavior that can happen. Remember the bad behavior of […]


Introducing New Dogs To Your Pack (A Recipe For Non-Disaster!)

Posted on: February 11th, 2014 by JGellman •  1 Comment

As a dog trainer who travels the country training dogs and working with 20-30 families a week in their homes it is so important for folks to understand how a dog thinks. And when there is no authority figure present, the kind of chaos and bad behavior that can happen. Remember the bad behavior of […]


It’s A Process

Posted on: February 7th, 2014 by JGellman •  No Comments

As a dog trainer who travels the country training dogs and working with 20-30 families a week in their homes it is so important for folks to understand how a dog thinks. And when there is no authority figure present, the kind of chaos and bad behavior that can happen. Remember the bad behavior of […]


Three Things Your Reactive Dog Wants To Know Before He Stops Reacting

Posted on: January 30th, 2014 by JGellman •  3 Comments

As a dog trainer who travels the country training dogs and working with 20-30 families a week in their homes it is so important for folks to understand how a dog thinks. And when there is no authority figure present, the kind of chaos and bad behavior that can happen. Remember the bad behavior of […]