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Dog Obedience Training Secrets to Transform Your Dog's Behavior Problems

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Old October 27th 06, 09:16 AM posted to rec.pets.dogs.misc
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Default Dog Obedience Training Secrets to Transform Your Dog's Behavior Problems

Going from "untrained, overaggressive" to "tame, fully obedient"
isn't as easy as all these so called "experts" claim it to be.
You've had advice from expert dog trainers, you've tried their
plans, you've spent numerous amounts of money on their services, you
may have even tried electronic shock collars (did you know that they
lower your dog's immune system making them susceptible to
illness?).... and now you're reading this because all your hard work,
time, and money has done you no good.
You're still stuck with the same old disobedient dog.
Most dog obedience training courses are based on theories "so and so"
said, that all rely on punishing your dog whenever he doesn't listen.

They never reveal proven strategies that show exactly how to make your
dog UNDERSTAND what you are communicating to him, without forcing you
to pull your hair out!
They don't discuss the most vital part of getting your dog to learn
new things! (Which is making sure he understands what you are trying to
get him to do!)
You don't need some "scientifically calculated" dog training program
based on hours of repetition that's impossible to follow (not to
mention doesn't work). For example, anyone who tells you that if you
rub your dog's nose in his own urine to house train your dog
doesn't know what they're talking about.
Just because you rub a dog's nose in urine doesn't mean your dog
will understand why you are doing that, or learn not to urinate inside!
In fact, punishing your dog in such a way without him understanding
why, will frustrate him and will stunt his learning, making it
impossible to get him trained!


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