Dog Training: Tips & Tricks the Professionals Use [NOOK Book]

Overview

Deciding to add a dog or puppy to your family is a big decision and shouldn’t be taken lightly. Dogs require a lot of care and training. If you are willing to take the time to train your new dog or puppy, you will have a great companion for many years.

Ask yourself these questions:

Do you know how to housebreak a puppy? Do you know what the proper ways of correcting your ...
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Dog Training: Tips & Tricks the Professionals Use

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Overview

Deciding to add a dog or puppy to your family is a big decision and shouldn’t be taken lightly. Dogs require a lot of care and training. If you are willing to take the time to train your new dog or puppy, you will have a great companion for many years.

Ask yourself these questions:

Do you know how to housebreak a puppy? Do you know what the proper ways of correcting your dog are if they have an accident in the house are? Did you know if you use the wrong discipline, you could make the dog have more accidents? Do you know the signs to look for to tell when the dog needs to go outdoors to use the bathroom?

Would you know how to correctly use a crate when training your new dog or puppy? Can you walk your dog on a leash without them pulling you down the road? Does your dog try to chase every person and animal they see?

Does your dog insist on getting on the furniture? Have you tried everything to stop that bad habit? Is your sofa always covered in dog hair? Does your chair smell like a wet dog?

Does your dog dig in the yard every chance they get? Do you know why some dogs dig? Do you know how to stop your dog from digging up your yard?

Does your dog beg at the dinner table? Have you tried many times to stop the begging? Does your dog bark at every single person or animal that goes by? Do your neighbors complain that your dog is always yapping?

These problems can be fixed with some simple training techniques.

What I am about to tell you about will answer all of your dog training questions. You will discover what the most important factors are when training a dog. These factors will ensure you are successful when training your dog.

Many of the things you would learn at dog obedience class you could do yourself at home. All you need to know is how and this eBook will show you. This is the same information the professional dog trainers use.

Here is what you will learn inside this guide:

* How to housebreak your dog or puppy- find out how to stop your new dog from having accidents indoors. Learn the secrets to making housebreaking a cinch. Learn how to recognize when your dog needs to go out to use the bathroom.


* How to use a crate when training your dog – learn how to properly use a crate when training your dog. Learn what type of crate is best and how long the dog should be left in the crate. Find out what size crate is best for your dog.

* How to help your new dog or puppy adjust to their new surroundings- it takes your new dog some time to get used to the new surroundings and their new family. Learn how to make this easier on your dog and you.


* Leash training techniques- there are proper ways to leash train your dog. Professional dog trainers in obedience classes use these techniques.


* Learn what to look for in chew toys for your dog or puppy- not all chew toys are created equally. Find out what type of chew toy to buy your dog and which types of chew toys to avoid.


* Find out when you should not use a crate for your dog- there are several reasons not to use a crate for your dog. Find out what these reasons are for your pets safety and happiness.


* Learn how to teach your dog simple commands like “Sit” and “Stay”- teach your dog basic commands you would learn in obedience class. Learn how to teach your dog to fetch and shake paws.


* Find out how to stop your dog from getting on the furniture- if you do not want your furniture covered in dog hair you must read this E-book. There are simple things you can do to stop your dog from getting on your furniture.

Why pay the expensive price to hire a trainer when you can do it yourself! After all, dogs are more comfortable with their owners. Avoid putting your dog through the stress of dealing with a stranger. These learning tips will help you have the best-behaved dog on the block! Do not miss your chance to learn the secrets and tips the professional dog trainers use in the comfort of your home.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011855887
  • Publisher: Learning Life eBooks
  • Publication date: 10/14/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 555 KB

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  • Posted January 15, 2011

    ok for pups

    this bok is fine if you never had a dog or just got a puppy but i found it so basic. i was hoping it had tips for a dog that,s over a year old and as been gettin snippy with other dogs but tis book had no tips for that. also, i found the tips for stopping your dog from digging a litte ridiculous for a dog owner. one tip was don,t let your dog out alone or unsupervised or only let them out for a short period of time. i think a lot of people with dogs have yards for their dogs to be in and not have them in the house! definitely not the book if your trying to train a year old pup or one who has a specific issue.

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  • Posted February 24, 2011

    good

    i think it was good

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