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Dog Obedience Training - Trixie Lammant

Dog Obedience Training

Author Trixie Lammant

  • Published: 2015-05-13
  • Category: Pets

Description

If you own a dog or planning to be a new dog owner, you will have to do more than just feed them and give them toys to play with. Just about every one, no matter what breed, will have some bad habits and behaviors that you will have to break and get rid of.

Dog obedience training makes dogs more fun to be around. 
To often, many of us don't know that it has other, less obvious, benefits. Obedience training helps your dog see you as her leader, and it also gives your dog a mental workout something that many canines need just as much as physical exercise to stave off boredom and make them feel useful. And some commands, like a good recall, may even save your dog's life one day.

After all, you want your dog to be your best friend and make them a member of your family. You want them to be that special companion when you have no one else.
And more than anything, You want to have a happy dog In turn he will make you happy.


Some of the things that you will learn about in this guide including:
 •How To Stop Your Dog From Biting 
 •How To Stop Them From Howling and Barking And What Could Happen If You Don’t 
 •How To Stop Them From Being Aggressive 
……..and much more

Top Customer Reviews

  • Not useful

    1
    From Woodland queen
    Glad it was only .99c. This had very little information to help anyone. The ideas were too general and vague for any new dog owner to use. I'm am not a new dog owner but have a new dog with a barking problem that I have never encountered before with any other of my dogs. There was nothing in hear to help.
  • Literally tells you to poison your dog

    1
    From Lagmire
    The author suggests feeding your dog grapes which are poisonous to dogs. I'm, and so should you be, highly suspicious of anyone and their book claiming to be dog training experts if they don't know this.