Secrets To Dog Training
Pets & Pet Care / 11/12/2013

Secrets To Dog Training   Introducing… Secrets To Dog Training This isn’t a complicated book. Why should it be? Dog-training isn’t complicated. This is a book that gives you a system that professional trainers use to ensure that your chaotic four-legged friend is soon the most perfectly behaved good boy you’ve ever known. All you need to know is the-secrets. Like most of the best-secrets, these are obvious once you realize what they are. This ebook delivers the methods that top trainers use daily right into your hands—these methods are the ones that you can use RIGHT NOW to help Fido become the good boy you always know he could be. In just MINUTES daily, you can train your pet – it’s that easy when you know how! This is a comprehensive book with over 250 pages that tells you everything you need to know and do to get your doggie on the path to being obedient and happy! Understand Him and why they behave the way they do. Become a real-life dog-whisperer and know intimately what your pet is thinking – and how to command him. Caring For Your Pet’s Well-being is a vital step: a happy, content and…

How to Train Your Dog Like a Pro
Blog / 10/03/2013

How to Train Your Dog Like a Pro   The toughest question that faces every newbie dog owner is how to train a dog to be obedient and well behaved. Most people love dogs, but hesitate on owning one as a pet because they fear that they might not be able to train their pup properly or may have to hire an experienced pet trainer for this purpose which could prove to be very expensive. The truth is, although it takes time and patience to train a new pup it is not actually a very difficult task. If you want to learn how to train a dog, all you need to do is first introduce consistency and patience in your own behavior. Dogs are very intelligent animals and learn very quickly from the behaviors they perceive. The first and foremost step in learning how to train a dog is to teach your dog to respond to basic commands like “sit”, “stay” and appraisals like “good dog” and “bad dog”. You must reward the dog by saying good dog or something similar whenever your pet does a good job. For the first few weeks you must try and keep the selection…

Dog Training Secrets Review
Blog / 07/24/2013

Dog Training Tutor Review   If you’ve been looking for a reliable and fast way to train your-dog then you’re in the right place. Dog Training Tutor is a brand new program designed to help owners like you train their pet in obedience to stop bad behavior and behavior problems in general. Brought to you by Kobie Lawson, it is a complete package consisting of an eBook as well as several bonuses. All about teaching you how to become the “alpha-dog” as an owner so that your pet will learn to listen to you and obey your commands, the eBook covers a wide range of topics to help you train him in the shortest time possible. While ensuring you don’t make any mistakes as an owner, this training manual will help you stop chewing, biting, aggression and many other traits that he can pick up quickly when not trained correctly. Owning a pup is a wonderful thing but without proper training they can quickly become a nuisance and even sometimes out of control. With this amazing training eBook in your hands, you won’t have to worry about any of the usual issues faced by owners. You can impress your friends…

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…

Dog Nipping and Biting
Blog / 03/24/2013

Dog Nipping and Biting Nipping – the playful biting and mouthing of your hands and clothes by your dog – is particularly common among puppies, but can also occur in older dogs that haven’t been taught proper bite inhibition. It’s natural for dogs to mouth and nip. They explore the world using their mouths – to a dog, his mouth is as important as eyes and hands are to us. Nipping is very different from true aggression: it’s a form of communication, interaction, exploration, and play. From birth, pups use their mouths to explore the den, their mother, and their littermates. From a few weeks old, they use their mouths to play with their siblings: puppies play by biting and mouthing each other. Some adult dogs – usually, those with owners who encourage rough play, or who were removed from the litter at too early an age – retain these same tendencies to nip during play and in moments of emotional duress. Sibling play is actually how young pups learn a very important lesson, called bite inhibition. If a puppy bites another puppy too hard, the other pup yelps loudly in pain and stops playing with him. This teaches the…

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…

Why Your Puppy Nips – And 5 Ways To Get Him To Stop
Blog / 05/02/2012

Why Your Puppy Nips – And 5 Ways To Get Him To Stop by Charlie Lafave, author, “Dog Training Secrets!”   Here’s a news flash – puppies nip! Okay, I guess you already knew that. But here’s the surprise – you may actually be encouraging your puppy to nip. Let’s talk about how to stop this behavior before it grows up to be an adult-sized dog problem. Puppies are a lot like babies – they use their mouths in part to explore their world. Little kids are forever sticking things in their mouth – from your favorite house plant to the bar of soap in the tub. That’s one of the ways they experience taste and texture, and figure out what’s good and what’s not. It’s all about experimentation. Puppies are the same. They want to see just how soft your finger is, or what that leash tastes like. In addition, biting or nipping is an important part of learning social skills in their “wolf” pack – the social structure that makes up your dog’s life. And with some breeds, such as Border Collies, biting or nipping is even more instinctive because of the nature of the breed – they’re…