The Online Dog Trainer In-Depth Review
Blog / 05/18/2013

The Online Dog Trainer In-Depth Review   Overview: Best Product, Best Value for money: Before I get into the details of this review I have to say at the start that this product is simply THE BEST dog and puppy training program online. Period. Quite frankly I am blown away at what’s being offered here and at the cost it’s no wonder that this site is getting such rave reviews. The Online Dog Trainer, by well respected dog trainer Doggy Dan, is by far the fastest growing dog training solution available. Let me explain some of the things that makes this product so good and absolutely unique. Endorsements Firstly. Never before have I come across a dog training product where the national SPCA organization (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) actually endorses it. The Online Dog Trainer has exactly that, the stamp of approval from the Royal New Zealand SPCA. They actively promote it at all their rescue shelters because they know that new rescue dog owners who follow Doggy Dan’s training, are far less likely to return the dog. In fact they even have a link to it on their home page. That in itself speaks volumes….

The Online Dog Trainer Review
Blog / 04/16/2013

The Online Dog Trainer Review   Brought to you by “Doggy Dan”, The Online Dog Trainer is a brand new program that is designed to help you train your pup quickly and efficiently. The course is is one of the best we’ve seen in a long time. There are a huge range of benefits to purchasing this program and we want to run you through the features and take a better look at this amazing product. One of the main selling points of this product is that it offers a way for you to solve your dog-behavior issues with training without using harmful sprays, electric collars or any kind of force. It also promises to help you train your pup in just a few hours! Pretty impressive – but when you see the sales page, you’ll see that this isn’t that hard to believe. Doggy Dan is a renowned dog-trainer and has been helping people for years. Hundreds of people have tried and succeeded with his system and you could be next. If you’ve been looking for a way to stop aggressive behavior, excessive barking, hyperactivity, fearfulness, disobedience, separation anxiety, chewing, mouthing and stealing, toileting in the wrong places, selective…

5 Surefire Ways to Show Your Dog You’re The Boss
Blog / 03/28/2013

5 Surefire Ways to Show Your Dog You’re The Boss by Charlie Lafave, author, “Dog Training Secrets!”   Do you have problems at your house with who’s in charge? By that I mean, does your dog think he’s the boss? In your effort to form a stronger bond with your dog you may have inadvertently told him he’s the Leader of the Pack. Here are 5 simple and effective ways to correct that. You Must Be The Alpha Dog First, let’s take a look at what a “pack mentality” means. Dogs are born into packs – in the wild, packs are the essential social order. Unlike humans, who use a variety of political processes to determine leadership and rank, dogs sort out their social order by dominance and power. In a wolf pack, there is a Top Dog – a clear leader who is the dominant, Alpha male. He’s the Big Dog, with pride of place at the dinner table (well, if wolves had a dinner table!), first in mating, first in decision making for the pack. Whether you realize it or not, your dog views your household as his own personal wolf pack. The pack mentality is so engrained…

Successful Training for Your Dog: Positive Reinforcement Method
Blog / 02/21/2013

Successful Training for Your Dog: Positive Reinforcement Method It’s widely accepted among the vast majority of dog training experts that the most effective and humane way to train your dog is through a process called positive reinforcement training. This is a fancy phrase for what’s essentially a very simple theory: using positive reinforcement entails rewarding the behavior that you wish to see repeated, and ignoring the behavior that you don’t. This method is in direct contrast to some of the now-outdated but once-popular techniques for dog training, some of which were frankly abhorrent: physical pain and intimidation (such as hanging an aggressive dog up by her collar), or inhumane methods of aversion therapy (such as shock collars for barking). Positive reinforcement works with your dog. Her natural instinct is to please you – the theory of positive reinforcement recognizes that lessons are more meaningful for dogs, and tend to “stick” more, when a dog is able to figure out what you’re asking under her own steam (as opposed to, say, learning “down” by being forced repeatedly into a prone position, while the word “down” is repeated at intervals). When you use positive reinforcement training, you’re allowing her the time and…

Introducing the Family Dog to the New Baby
Blog / 01/05/2013

Introducing the Family Dog to the New Baby After welcoming a baby in to the world you are probably concerned about how your dog is going to react to him or her. Many people surrender their pets to shelters because of exhibited jealousy from their dog after a new baby’s arrival and fear of the infant being harmed by the animal. Yet many families have been successful in introducing their dogs to the new baby. Introducing your dog to you baby is a process that needs time and the utmost of care to ensure a happy and safe welcoming process! The steps to ensuring your dog acts appropriately around the baby when he or she is finally taken back to your home are twofold usually – preparing your dog for the infants arrival and introducing your dog to your infant. Preparing your dog Preparing your dog for the baby’s arrival in advance is one of the best ways to help avoid friction and jealousy between your baby and your dog. Your dog is used to your attention and pampering, some jealousy will naturally surface when your new baby becomes the center of attention. Taking some precautions, a few minutes of…