Dogs naturally want to follow a pack leader. As the human, it’s extremely important for you to be that calm and assertive Pack Leader in order to achieve balance. If you’re not, your dog will step up to the role out of plain instinct. That’s when problems start. We can help you achieve that role and achieve balance in your pack. Let us show you the formula needed to fulfill your dog’s needs and achieve balance in your pack.
Having a balanced dog does not have to be complicated. The formula to fulfill your dogs' needs is an easy one to follow; Exercise, Leadership and then Affection. This formula was created in nature by dogs for dogs. Let us show you the simple steps to put this formula into action.
We offer one-on-one private sessions at our center in Belleville. You'll learn how to be a calm assertive pack leader and how to achieve balance in your dog through exercise, leadership and affection.
K-9 Behavior Rehabilitation takes into account that every case is unique. After your consultation, Danny will determine what approach will be best for you and your dog. If your dog is demonstrating any of the following unwanted behaviors, as well as others, he can teach you the formula needed to fulfill your dog’s needs and achieve balance through leadership and fulfillment.
"Aggression is never the problem, it's the result of the problem."
Danny is always available by phone or email. Once you become a client of K-9 Behavior Rehabilitation you become part of the family!
Call Danny at 734-474-9230 to discuss your situation and what would be best for you and your dog.
Rescuing and rehabilitating Daddy, is where it all started for Danny Davis. It set Danny on a course that would change his life forever. Daddy, a show-quality German Rottweiler, had a crooked tooth and therefore was not able to be in the show arena. He was surrendered to the humane society from a domestic dispute situation and was extremely aggressive. The humane society put him in the very back of the kennels because of the frenzy he caused among the other dogs and the people coming to adopt dogs were scared to go near his kennel. When Danny started working with Daddy, he would get up on his hind legs growling and barking at everything and anybody. At 150 pounds, he looked like a bear. Danny took him home and started work on his rehabilitation and Daddy became a different dog. Everyone who had known him prior to his rehabilitation thought he was literally a different dog.
Daddy became one of the sweetest guys around. His aggression was non-existent and he was Danny's right-hand for many years in most rehabilitation cases and was especially helpful with aggressive and fearful cases.
Daddy was with Danny for many years helping to rehabilitate dogs. Sadly, he passed away in March of 2016 at 12 years old. We'll never be able to replace Daddy, but hope to find someone who can fill his role in the pack and help rehabilitate dogs with issues.
R.I.P Daddy - In our hearts forever.
We are also Roughneck Rescue & Sanctuary a no-kill, non-profit 501c3 organization that rescues and rehabilitates dogs in need. We either find these dogs new homes or give them a safe place to live for the rest of their lives.