DOG’S BEST FRIEND | The Quick, Easy And Painless Guide to Training Your Dog

DOG’S BEST FRIEND | The Quick, Easy And Painless Guide to Training Your Dog

DOG'S BEST FRIEND | The Quick, Easy And Painless Guide to Training Your Dog

This guide is a must have for people wanting to learn how to train their dogs quickly and humanely. The author leaves out his personal story, testimonials from people he’s helped over the years, and the history of dog training and behavior because, while perhaps interesting, he felt that these subjects were unimportant to the reader in regards to learning how to train their dogs. The guide was designed to be a very quick read so that that dog owners could start training their dogs immediately.

In this easy to navigate guide you are given detailed instructions for teaching your dog the commands for sit, down, stand, recall, and drop it. The author also explains how to teach your dog name recognition, crate training, house training, walking on a leash properly, and politely greeting guests at the door. Each subject is contained in a chapter so finding the commands and lessons you want to learn is quick and easy.

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“When I got my first small dog I was frustrated at the lack of information about dog travel. In fact, I searched through almost all the corner bookstores around. Sure they were general books on pet travel but nothing specifically about travelling with small dogs. As a result I decided to write a guide book that told you everything there is to know about travelling with your small dog, leaving no stone unturned” says Susan. Small Dog Travel Guide.

Susan has just completed her new guide book that gives a step-by-step formula for hassle-free human-small dog travel. This resource was inspired by Susan and her years of experience with travelling with her small dog.

Most small dog owners may make the mistake and presume that it is too much hassle to travel with their dog. In reality given some prior thought it is easy to take your small dog wherever you go. Just some of the places that Susan has taken her dog include the bank, grocery store, to work, on vacation. He’s also ridden on planes, trains, buses, and in cars all over the world.

“How to Take Your Small Dog Everywhere – From Around The Corner to Around The World is aimed at both new and old small dog owners alike with the never-ending task of taking care of their pet’s happiness and well-being. Topics covered include: Insider tips to travelling in first-class style on a non first-class budget, how to feed, water and potty your pooch in an airport, 3 Simple steps to quickly get your dog comfortable inside the carrier, 4 things you must know before you get on a plane with your dog, how to take your dog to the local hotels and restaurants and more.

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