Archive for the ‘Dog Training’ Category

Struggling with your dog? Lets start out by KISS

Posted on: February 9th, 2016 by JGellman •  2 Comments

Keep It Simple Silly is a great phrase to talk about the best way to start getting a handle on your dogs unwanted behavior as well as being proactive with what you want your dog to do. So many times we are just reactive to our dogs bad behavior and then we just get frustrated. […]

How Are You Doing?

Posted on: April 24th, 2013 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 […]

The Gift

Posted on: February 24th, 2013 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 […]

Separation Anxiety… I’m not seeing it at my Place!

Posted on: February 21st, 2013 by JGellman •  33 Comments

One of the biggest issues that clients call me about is Separation Anxiety. A dog owner calls me with issues ranging from simple whining in a crate, to dogs jumping through windows from the second floor to get to the owners who have left to go to work or the store. Massive amounts of destruction, […]

My dog is out of control, How did I get here?

Posted on: February 11th, 2013 by JGellman •  5 Comments

Every day I get about 6 phone calls asking about my dog training services and just about every phone call is the same. I have a (insert breed) dog who we all love so much, he is smart and is wonderful, he pretty much is housebroken we got him from (insert well known breeder, that […]

Good Work If Your Dog Can Get It

Posted on: January 13th, 2013 by JGellman •  No Comments

As a Rhode Island 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 […]

The Secrets To A Better Dog And A Better Life!

Posted on: January 11th, 2013 by JGellman •  No Comments

As a dog trainer in Rhode Island 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 […]

The World Series Of Dog Training

Posted on: January 7th, 2013 by JGellman •  2 Comments

As a RI 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 […]

The Ole 5 Dollar Speeding Ticket

Posted on: November 17th, 2012 by JGellman •  3 Comments

As a dog trainer in Rhode Island 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 […]

Response to Channel 10’s News Story- part 2. An open challenge to trainers against my methods.

Posted on: November 6th, 2012 by JGellman •  7 Comments

By Jeff Gellman of Solid K9 Training. Real Dog Training by The Real Dog Trainer I’ve always been amazed by the people who have nothing to offer except their own critical opinions. When someone is taking chances and making investments of time and energy to save dogs’ lives, only to be criticized by someone who […]