“Forget Everything You’ve Been Told About Dog Training…”
That’s right, I want you to forget everything you’ve been told about dog training. This includes how difficult it can be, how costly it can be, and everything else you’ve been told.
Right now you’re probably reading this message because you’re desperate to finally learn how to not only train your dog quickly and effectively, but you also don’t want to have to spend a huge chunk of cash on professional dog trainers or read yet another dog training book that doesn’t get you results.
I want to ask you a quick question regarding your own dog…
“Are You Facing Any Of These 34 VERY Common Dog Behavioral Issues Right Now With Your Own Dog?”
1. Pulling on The Leash 2. Jumping On You or Other People 3. Not Coming When Called (Recall) 4. Toilet Training Issues 5. Mouthing and Biting Issues 6. Crying When Left All Alone 7. Not Responding To Your Commands 8. Digging Issues 9. Chewing Issues 10. Problems With Stealing 11. Separation Anxiety Issues 12. Aggression Towards Other Dogs 13. Aggression Towards Your Other Dogs 14. Aggression Towards Strangers 15. Aggression Towards You 16. Aggression Towards Other Objects 17. Aggression Towards Other Animals
18. Issues With Running Away 19. Barking At The Front Door 20. Barking While You’re On Walks 21. Barking While In Your Car 22. Barking Around Your Property 23. Barking When Home Alone 24. Issues With Hyperactivity 25. Excessive Licking or Chewing 26. Attention Seeking and Following 27. Issues With Tail Chasing 28. Jumping Up On Your Furniture 29. A Fear of Objects 30. A Fear of Other People or Dogs 31. Fear of Loud Sounds (Fireworks etc.) 32. Issues With Submissive Urination 33. Unique and Unexplained Obsessions 34. Eating Poop (Coprophagia)
“Do any of the frustrating dog behaviors listed above relate to your situation?”
“Do you find your dog's behaviors to not only be exhausting, but irritating and even embarrasing as well?”
Don’t worry, you’re NOT alone in your frustration!
More than likely, you’re probably experiencing more than one of the behavorial issues listed above. But before you throw in the towel with your dogs behavior or simply “settle” and learn to “live with it”…no matter how “out of control” your think your dog is, there is HOPE.