Online Dog Trainer Review | Best Dog Training Courses Online

Online dog trainer review video covers “The Online Dog Trainer” website operated by well-respected dog trainer Doggy Dan. His dog behavior teaching methods a…

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  • Wayne Traff says:

    Hi hi! Have you tried – Burdan Gifted Canine Expert (do a google search)?
    Ive heard some amazing things about it and my coworker got great results
    with it.

  • juniorflip67 says:

    Dan deserves a huge hug for what he’s done for our family!!! He didn’t
    just help us improve our Doberman’s behavior, he helped restructure her
    very disposition (down to her DNA!) into a healthy, happy, calm, loyal,
    trustworthy, non-neurotic dog anyone would be proud of! He helped us
    establish a healthy, balanced relationship with her FIRST, then the good
    behavior just magically followed without a lot of rigorous training and
    endless treats. Idiot-proof and quick. A win win! She behaves beautifully
    because she WANTS to and because she feels secure within our “pack”. Dan is
    literally saving lives by helping people correct problem behavior before
    giving up on their pups or before dogs run away for lack of adequate
    dog/owner bonding. You can train a dog with treats all day long, but true
    respect & loyalty is not earned by this alone. After learning Dan’s
    philosophy, it’s so obvious that Milan’s “Dog Whisperer” advice does more
    harm than good in the long run. You can just tell that the moment Cesar
    leaves, things will go back to the way they were. That’s because he doesn’t
    do much to radically change the nature of the owner/dog relationship. Ever
    notice how Milan talks a big talk at the end of the show like things are
    100% better when -if you’d been paying attention- you’d see that there’s
    only minimal, if any, improvement? Doggy Dan, however, actually DOES
    deliver real results with his soft-spoken, sunny, enthusiastic, and
    kind-hearted demeanor and approach. It’s almost Zen-like and calms me down,
    too! I’m the poster child for ADHD, so that’s a big bonus! I wish I’d used
    his methods on my kids when they were toddlers! 

  • Ramblings says:

    How To Teach Your Dog http://buff.ly/1iNOvHT
    Canine training should really be called human training. Before any person
    can properly train their dog, they first need to learn the correct way to
    train effectively. Dog training is not an inborn talent, and it needs to be
    developed. Motivation and desire are also important. This article will help
    to clear up some of the mystery of training your dog. Take small steps when
    crate training your dog. If they are uncomfortable with the door closed
    then try to feed them snacks to reassure them that they are okay. Begin by
    leaving the dog in the crate for about ten seconds, then increase that time
    by small increments. If the puppy gets too upset then you increased the
    time too much, too fast. The best way to train your dog is to reward it
    when it behaves properly. Reward your dog with some treats right after they
    obey an order. Dogs will not understand why you are rewarding them if you
    wait too long to do it. Use a controlled and calm behavior when rewarding
    your dog for good behavior. If your dog is responding to your commands and
    is not overly excited, give him a treat. Though you may be happy with the
    accomplishment, excitement on your part leads to excitement on their part
    and diminishes control of the situation. Stay calm and the dog will stay
    calm, and you’ll be able to reward it. Your dog should be eating the right
    amount of healthy food. A dog with an unhealthy diet may manifest several
    symptoms, including sluggishness and poor behavior. It is damaging to their
    health as well as making them more prone to bad behaviors. A simple
    improvement to their diet will work wonders in how a dog feels, and make it
    much easier for them to have a clear mind during training. Have frequent or
    as necessary mini-training sessions to reinforce and keep the rules fresh
    in your dog’s mind. Pet owners often believe that once their dog completes
    a training program, the process is over. That’s not a good idea, since
    animals and humans form and retain habits in a similar way. For this
    reason, it is essential to make sure that your dog adheres to a clear-cut
    set of rules. Now that the people who are interested in training their new
    pet dog have, hopefully, learned some new tricks, they can proceed to pass
    them along to their pets. Once a dog is on its way to learning, the owner
    will begin to appreciate the dedication that he or she has shown for doing
    the right thing for man’s best friend.

  • Keira Mackaness says:

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    Online Dog Trainer” website operated by well-respected dog trainer Doggy
    Dan. His dog behavior teaching methods and video based training website has
    been endorsed by SPCA organization (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty
    to Animals).

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  • Funky World News says:

    Great Advice On Training Your Dog
    Although you may care for your things, your dog may not feel the same way.
    Dogs don’t understand the value of furniture outside of a tasty chew toy.
    The following article will show you how you can train your dog to let him
    know the rules of your house. When crate training your new puppy or dog,
    there are a few tricks you can apply. If your pet is nervous about the
    crate, consider putting a toy or treat inside to motivate them to go in. A
    tempting bone will prove too hard to resist, and the dog will be panting to
    get into the crate in no time. When he finally goes into the crate to
    retrieve the toy, shower the dog with praise. When training a puppy to use
    a crate it is important to take your time and start with only a few steps
    at a time. When they seem comfortable in it with the door open, try
    shutting the gate and feed them treats through the wires. Leave them in for
    short periods of time, as little as 10 seconds. Work up from there. If the
    dog shows signs of distress, you may be progressing too quickly. Ask
    yourself how your dog is seeing things. It’s easy to get mad if your dog is
    not doing the basic things you teach it. Instead of being frustrated, try
    to think like your dog. Your dog may not understand because it hasn’t been
    said enough. Keep your dog on a healthy diet. An unhealthy diet can have
    several negative effects on your dog. It can damage your dog’s health and
    affect their behavior. With the right healthy diet, your dog will be more
    energetic and eager to please during training sessions. The first thing
    your dog must learn is who the boss is. You must command your dog’s respect
    by being able to maintain discipline, or his obedience will be out of the
    question. Don’t let your dog control the direction or pace of your walks.
    It is important that you are firm with your dog for effective training. You
    want to avoid being strict all of the time. You need to find the right
    mixture of strictness and love. This way you will develop a strong bond
    with your dog. As you know, you must stop the dog from ruining your things
    via chewing. This can prevent an injury to your dog and also save money and
    frustration for you. Try to use these hints and tricks and you can have a
    good and healthy pet.

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