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The Fast Track to Training your Pooch

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The Fast Track to Training your Pooch

Introduction; Man and dog have been friends and partners for hundred of years which begs the point what kind of dogs is easiest to train? Dog Hierarchies, Why you never want to never hit a dog, House Training, Chew Toys, Bad behavior in chewing the wrong things, Dog foods and feeding, Walking your dog, Tricks and treats. Animals especially dogs are first of all intelligent, loving and giving creatures, they look for leadership in their masters, to give them direction and discipline when its needed and I don’t mean corporal punishment, someone to care for them and return the love which they will give in abundance and without asking for anything in return, save a pat on the head and a kind word. House training. Before you get a dog think first of the kind of how active are you, a little research on the nature of the breed is a very important consideration. Some dogs are very active and need a lot of room to exercise in.


If you’re and apartment dweller a Great Dane or a Irish Wolf Hound might not be the best choice. All I’m saying is all dogs may not be suitable for every life style and the wrong dog can become bored and make you unhappy. If you have gotten a puppy, a dog is really a puppy from the time he’s six weeks old to a year old and he will be learning all through this period. If you are patient and firm within a very short time of getting him you’ll see that he is making progress. Different breeds of dogs will learn at different paces. Whether you or someone in your home is a stay at home person or a nine to five person, it is possible to have a well behaved pet in your home too. This book is not for people who have themselves no discipline for all dogs regardless of their intelligence levels will not be the kind of pet you want running around in your home unless you are the kind of person who practices discipline. If these principles are foreign to you forget about a dog and get a cat, buy a litter box put sand in it and ordain yourself to pick up cat shit everyday and change the litter box once a week.

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