Dog Training Secrets
Dog Training Secrets
Daniel Stevens gives us quite a detailed and in-depth look on how to understand, control and change most common dog behaviour problems.
Owning quite a rowdy and at times rather troublesome dog, I have spent quite some time searching for answers to my problems, or rather my dog’s problems. I was pleasantly surprised at the amount and quality of the content on the ‘Secrets To Dog Training’ for an eBook.
A dog not coming when called, may seem a minor problem on the face of it, BUT it strikes at the very basics of successful dog training and Daniel Stevens helps you understand why along with how to rectify the problem.
What took me by surprise was the reliability of the information. There is no doubt in my mind that the author, Daniel Stevens is an experienced and top quality dog trainer. He actually relates his experiences with dog bad behaviour and what he has done to correct them in this straight-talking, easy to follow 30-minute downloadable video.
He does cover quite a lot to begin with.
The advice for new owners is fantastic.
There’s a pretty impressive range of information packed into this guide. It’s not just the problem behaviors that are covered:
- The book starts off with new-owner advice such as:
- How to choose a puppy/dog,
- The best places to get one from,
- Breed information,
- Ppuppy/dog-proofing your home,
- The first vet visit,
And it is only after that he deals with the more advance behavioral problems, such as:
- Excessive barking,
- Separation anxiety,
And then he does pack in some very useful information on:
- Intermediate-level obedience commands,
- Advanced commands and tricks
- Health-related dog problems
- Heat stroke
Cat/dog coexistence, to name a few.
The best thing that comes with the package is the 30-minute downloadable video which gives a great insight into a dog’s quest to be the alpha dog and how you can prevent this. Its quick steps to stop bad behaviors such as housebreaking right through to leash pulling are so simple you can start trying them out on your dog straight away.
This post was written by admin on January 22, 2011