Welcome to Secrets To Dog Training PDF Free Download Ebook! Click the download button to get your free PDF here:

Click the download button to get your free PDF here:

Customer feedback from Secret’s To Dog Training is coming in daily. Here’s just some of what dog owners are saying:

I had to smile when Kirsty Halleran, from the UK wrote in and told us…

“The Secrets to Dog Training books have been a tremendous help to me in gaining more control over my two dogs Neo & Molly. Both dogs are very loving and loyal but I’ve had to get a dog behaviorist out in the past as Molly’s a rescue dog, has a nervous disposition. I think she was abused before I got her as she is extremely scared of children and doesn’t particularly like strangers and other dogs…
…I really wish I’d heard/got the Secrets to Dog Training books years ago, in my opinion no dog owner should be without a copy. They’re brilliant, very easy to understand/follow and they results are amazing!”

Wayne from the USA was ecstatic when he found out about Secret’s to Dog Training and wrote in to tell us:

“Secrets to Dog Training is great!…
…We have a crossed breed Poodle/Terrier and training him is extremely important to us since we live in high rise apartment. Sumo, our pup, is doing great! At only 5 months old he sits, lies down, heels, stays, and even comes most of the time. Secrets to Dog Training continues to provide support through email which we feel is a priceless resource.”

And here’s a good one from Lyn Spain in Queensland, Australia:

“I purchased Secrets to Dog Training after I acquired a second puppy that was seven weeks old. My first puppy, a male then 14 months old, was a little bit aggressive with her…
…Now my puppies eat, sunbake and play together very happily. I would recommend it to anyone who cares about their animals.”

A new puppy can be an exciting addition to any household. Training the puppy is extremely vital, if not challenging, and is most effective when started at a very young age. When training a puppy, it is important to concentrate efforts in the following areas:

Biting and Chewing

This is a common activity among young dogs. Puppies bite and chew at their siblings, and then transfer this behavior to people and other items. Puppies must be trained while they are young that it is inappropriate to bite or chew people or items other than dog toys. By not teaching your puppy this important fact, it will become increasingly difficult to get them to control this behavior once they are grown. Just remember that while a puppy biting at your hand may be harmless and cute, that same behavior could be dangerous, or even deadly, in an adult dog.

Curb the Reflex

One way to help is to permit your puppy to play with other puppies and socialized adult dogs. Because other dogs will respond to biting, this activity will give your puppy the freedom to play and bite with other dogs, and will teach them that there consequences and implications of its own behavior. In this given situation, the puppy will eventually learn to control its bite reflex.

Benefits of Socializing

Permitting your puppy to play with other puppies and socialized adult dogs will provide multiple benefits. Your puppy will also expend its excess energy by playing with other dogs, helping it become better equipped to behave in the company of other animals and humans. Proper socialization will help your puppy grower into a less destructive and otherwise problematic adult dog. It will also help to enable your puppy to grow to an adult dog that is capable of acclimating well to new surroundings and different situations. The opposite can result in a fearful and disobedient adult dog.

Dogs are capable of growing to distinguish children from adults in the same way that they can recognize their master from other people. Because of this, it is very important to familiarize your puppy with different people in different situations.

Trust in Training

Trust is an effective technique to be used while training your puppy. A dog’s trust in its master is the foundation on which it can be taught to follow commands and to display appropriate behavior. Physical punishment and violence towards a puppy is not to be used as a training mechanism under any circumstances. This will most merely cause the dog to distrust and fear you. Unpredictable behavior will merely confuse your puppy.

Training your puppy to control its biting and chewing reflex is an important aspect of helping it grow into a happy and well-adjusted adult dog. The techniques you use to train your puppy should be just a part of a more extensive program that is founded on respect and an understanding of its needs coupled with consistent, positive and affectionate, yet firm behavior on your part.