Dog is man’s best friend, and the friendship dates back by more than 10,000 years. Yet, many of us may not be aware of the very interesting information about dogs that this book reveals. Written by a dog-whisperer and dog-lover, this Smart and Easy guide will not only make training your dog very easy, but also a lot of fun. Just like humans, dogs also have typical behaviors; however, these behaviors are starkly different from our own. This is why many people find it hard to get across to their dogs. Frustrated, they either give up the idea training their dog or opt for professional training. There are two problems with this approach. One: getting your dog trained by a professional trainer can cost $50–100 per hour, a price that most people find very steep. There are boarding kennels that can cost as much as $2500 for 2–4 weeks of one-on-one training. You can imagine what the overall cost of teaching a few tricks to your dog can be. And two: you’ll miss out on the absolute fun of training your dog yourself. If you are training your dog, you’ll get to know each other better and forge the legendary bond of friendship that binds the two species for the last 10 millennia. The Smart & Easy Guide To Dog Training: How to Modify Canine Behavior Using Natural Obedience and Dog Psychology Techniques So You Can Successfully Potty and House Train Your Best Friend explains it all. When you start reading this book, you realize that training your dog is much easier than you had thought. The credit goes to the author, who has put everything in a very logical sequence. The book starts with a narration of dogs and their peculiar behaviors. Once you know the instinctive patterns and limitations of your pet, you can form realistic expectations and set goals that you can easily achieve using the guidance that follows. Written with a flow that makes it a page-turner and a style that makes it easy to comprehend, the book next describes different tools and techniques that you can adopt for dog-training. The author has listed every single tool—from leashes and collars to clickers and from muzzles to vests—and has explained the pros and cons of each. The book also has a chapter on training the dog-trainers, so people who are looking to adopt dog-training as a profession will also find this guide useful. Using this guide, you’ll be able to understand your dog’s psyche and limitations, whether it’s a Retriever or Shepherd, Dachshund or Basset Hound that you have. Consequently, you’ll not get frustrated when your dog is not showing the progress that you desire. The book is full of helpful tips and information that enable you to deal with different situations during the course of training, for instance, how to deal with a jumping, biting or chewing dog. Fetch, sit, high-five, bark, attack, and eat are some basic tricks that you can easily teach your dog. The book makes it easier by increasing your knowledge about dogs and dog-training. Here’s what you’ll be learning: • Behavior and psychology of dogs • Different types of conditioning and their limitations • Dog training basics • Dog training diet—how to choose the best ones • What to look for in a trainer, should you like to hire one • How to train as a dog trainer • Different dog training styles • Control and training tools and their pros and cons • Crate training and housebreaking • Common behavioral problems and their solutions It’s a very useful book if you want to train your dog, and even if you don’t want to train it. Anyone who owns a dog or is interested in dogs will find some great information in these pages. Grab your copy today of The Smart & Easy Guide To Dog Training: How to Modify Canine Behavior Using Natural Obedience and Dog Psychology Techniques So You Can Successfully Potty and House Train Your Best Friend!
- The Smart Easy Guide To Dog Training How to Modify Canine Behavior Using Natural Obedience and Dog Psychology Techniques So You Can Successfully Potty and House Train Your Best Friend