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Obedience Train Your Dog

Author : revu moz

Stop second guessing your dog's behavior through Secrets to Dog Training (SitStayFetch) by Daniel Stevens. . Discover how you can finally bid goodbye to your dog's aggression, chewing, excessive barking and biting. There are over 25 issues that the manual addresses and a few more through the enclosed bonus materials including issues like effective training methods, proper nutrition for your dog and dog selection guide.
I have always found dogs adorable and constantly want to pet them but it wasn't until a year ago when I actually was able to touch a dog. This is because I had been bitten by a dog as a kid and was traumatized by the incident. That fear eventually subsided when I've come to understand that there are no bad dogs; they just need to be trained. Without the fear of getting bitten, I was able to thoroughly enjoy having a dog.
The Secrets to Dog Training is an extensive guide of what to do in order to have a dog that is well-behaved. Naturally, the methods provided are those that your dog can easily understand and respond to. The two important things you can learn about dog training from the manual are consistency and positive reinforcement.
Keep your dog in shape and in its best behavior by remembering to include positive reinforcement in their training. Giving your dog doggy treats after a successful training is the best positive reinforcement. The next best thing to a doggy treat are physical praises like patting your dog in the head or hugging it. Doggy treats and praises show your dog that you are pleased with them and all a dog ever wants is to please its master. Showing your appreciation will make your dog want to repeat their good behavior. Resorting to punishment, screaming or hitting a dog during training will confuse your dog so that's a big no-no.
Consistency is required in your dog training schedule. A dog will learn much better and faster if it knows what to expect. Keep your dog sharp through proper nutrition which you can get from books like Dog Food Secrets by Andrew Lewis.
If you go online, you can find plenty of free tips and advice on dog training but none will ever be as comprehensive as those paid manuals. Stay up to pace with the experts and read product ratings at for better knowledge on the subject.

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