How To Train Your Dog Without Touching It!
1. Peeing and pooping in
2. Out-of-control barking and whining
3. Nipping, biting, and growling
4. Jumping on strangers and house guests
5. Pulling on the leash during walks
6. Being afraid of new people
7. Chasing small animals or children
8. Refusing to "come" when called
9. Ignoring basic obedience commands
10. Destructive chewing & digging
11. Suffering from severe separation anxiety
12. Constantly begging for food at the table
... plus tons more!
And best of all, you'll do it all WITHOUT having to resort to hitting, yelling, or using nasty training devices on your dog (which I personally think are abusive!) like electric shock collars, prong collars, or choke collars.
Whether you have a new puppy or an older dog there are a few essential ingredients that ensure a happy long term relationship. The first ingredient is health. A healthy dog is a lot easier to live with. Secondly, you want to make sure you invest in some type of dog training program. Dog training is a lifelong commitment.
It may begin with steps like housebreaking, however as your dog grows your training will too. The third ingredient to a happy relationship with your dog is the equipment. Dogs have special needs and are significantly better behaved when those needs are met. When you have a commitment to building a bond with your dog and are willing to provide these three key ingredients, you and your dog are guaranteed a lifetime of love, obedience, and happiness.
The first step to a long and happy life with your dog is to make sure your dog or puppy is healthy. This begins first and foremost by choosing the right breed for your family. Some dog breeds suffer from knee and hip problems while others can be aggressive if they’re not trained properly. Some dogs require significant daily exercise while others are content couch potatoes.
A visit to your veterinarian for a checkup is necessary as soon as you bring your new dog home. In addition to checking out your dog’s health, updating vaccinations and having your pet spayed or neutered, you may need to have your veterinarian investigate dog skin problems and check their teeth. Dog dental care is part of raising a happy, healthy and well adjusted dog.
To be a good dog owner you have to understand what your dog needs and wants. Dogs are natural chewers. They dig, bark, and can be destructive. You can solve all of these problem behaviors with the right attention and training. For example, excessive barking may be a result of boredom or anxiety.
Eliminate the cause of the behavior and you eliminate the behavior. Provide your dog with the right toys and positive reinforcement when they chew on ‘good things’ and you can correct this behavior.Finding the cause of the behavior is the first step to proper training and better behavior. Dog trick training may be the ideal solution because your dog may be looking for interaction and structure. And that old saying, you can’t teach an old dog new tricks isn’t true. You can. Female puppies, male puppies and older dogs regardless of the dog breed can learn obedience, tricks, and special behaviors you just need the right program and dog training technique.
As you own your dog your lives will change. Your dog will grow older and their needs will change. It’s important to stay on top of your dog’s health care needs, gradually changing dog training requirements and what makes your dog happy. It’s also important to stay aware of dog training methods and new training techniques as they’re discovered.
Just a decade or two ago people didn’t realize the importance of cruelty free dog training techniques. They strove to be the Alpha by dominating their dog. Since then top professional dog trainers and behaviorists have found that it’s much more effective to work with a dog’s natural drives and instincts. Positive reinforcement is the key to building a lifelong bond of trust and obedience.
TheDogTrainingSecret.com cannot guarantee that by simply watching our free videos that your dog will immeadiately start behaving, as this depends on too many outside circumstances beyond our control, including time you are willing to commit and your ability to apply what you learn, and the unique and possibly unpredictable characteristics of your dog. We do gaurantee that if our methods do not work for you we will refund you if you ask.