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Stop your Dog's Behavior Problems
Our doggies are our best friends, and our companions for life, and we
love them to bits. But sometimes they can drive us crazy with the
things they get up to.
Let's face it, if you come home from work one night, it's late, and
you're tired and need to put your feet up. You open the front door
only to discover that your dog has chewed up and destroyed one of your
most expensive leather shoes, a pillow, and ripped up your favorite
white business shirt. You'd be a little mad wouldn't you?
Or what if you have guests over to your place for dinner, and your dog
just won't leave them alone and uncontrollably jumps up all over them.
Or what about having one of your important guests actually step in the
poop, of your non-housetrained doggie - How embarrassing would that
be? And imagine having to clean that up in front of your guests!
Hey, what if at 2am every night, your beloved doggie decides to bark
constantly. Then he comes in to your room where you are still trying
to sleep. He pulls the bed covers off and mouths on your arm and then
your leg, in an attempt to get you to go and play.
77% of all dog owners are frustrated with their dogs due to one or
more behavior problems". And what's more revealing is that "93% of all
training and behavior problems can be easily solved by using a series
of simple dog training techniques"
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