There is No Secret to Dog Training

There really is no secret to dog training.

Let me repeat and complete that comment.

There really is no secret to dog training once you read it.

Like the over 216,000 readers of this program, I've had my share of dogs with bad habits. At the time, I did not relate the problem as me being the cause except when my pet actually did something right, and then I was a great trainer. When my pet did not listen, it was the dog's bad habit.

I think back over the dogs I've had in my life, and the list is lengthy. The first in memory was a mix named Suzie. I was quite young and Suzie quite old. She was a good dog, with very few problems that I can remember. A German Shepherd named Duke. Another Duke but a Kerry blue terrier. Duchess was the Dachshund and Peggy the Chihuahua. These were all before I was old enough to be on my own. My mother had two Poodles and a Shitzu after I left the nest.

As an adult, there was Chessy the Schnauzer, A mean Scottie named Sam. Judy the English Bulldog, Tessie the Pomeranian and today it's Abigail, another English Bulldog. The best by far has been my English Bulldog Abigail. Stubborn, but still the best.

The dogs when I was a youngster had a variety of bad habits. From nipping, chewing and actually attacking. I think of those pets and how, myself, a brother, sister and parents all affected their bad habits. No wonder they were confused.

My dogs, as an adult, were by far more polite, well-behaved and attentive to habits. More than likely due to less confusion. They did not have five conflicting personalities creating the bad habits.

I never really read up on or investigated dog training until the first Bulldog Judy. It was this program, but books from the Library. They were helpful but not like this easy to follow program.

Judy was a good dog and passed away at eleven years old. Tessie the Pomeranian died from kidney failure at four. Abigail is still my sidekick and the most receptive patient to dog training. Secrets of Dog Training has played a big part in her development, or should I say my development. I'm not sure who trained whom.

If your concern is aggression, chewing, house training or any of twenty-five problems, this is the program for you. 260 e-pages with photos and a 30 minutes video to download. It is the easiest to read and understand.

So there is no secrets to dog training after you've read

Source by Terry Dobrowski

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