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Old November 8th 06, 03:17 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.health
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Default You have to see this training manual!

Heel!
Sit!
Stay!

Don't you wish training your dog was as simple as those three words?
I know I did when teaching my Jack Russell. Some days I was so
frustrated with him that I just gave up. Yeah that was fun... After a
few weeks of dealing with a disobedient rug chewing, car chasing,
yelping jumping bean, I finally went to the Internet for answers.

To my luck I found the best informative guide to dog training. The
pictures were large and descriptive, and the information focused in on
all the problems I was having. I really couldn't believe this kind
of information existed. Before, there was literally some days when I
was ready to give my dog away. Now, since reading and applying the
techniques taught by Daniel Stevens, I know I'll keep my new found
friend.

You have got to see this to believe it. Please don't give that bad
dog away the answer to all your problems is just a click away. Even if
you have a good dog that has an annoying habit that needs breaking up,
these techniques will help. I know I'll keep this information handy
because Rex the terror (my dog) is always finding new ways to be
disobedient.

The link to the training manual.

http://ads.profitrally.com/c_e6h4z
(if unclickable, copy and paste into address bar)

Have a great day,
David Burton

 




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