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Teach your dog english words free download. This is all advanced search. And they re not covered to offer those. HP Photosmart (Sorry kinda long) Well, I purchased this as an Ebook & have started reading it. Her premise is that dogs need to RESPECT their handlers (I. Get this from a library! Teach your dog English words: the A+ dog training program for good manners and happy obedience. [Michele Welton].

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FREE [PDF] DOWNLOAD ALL FORMAT LINK Teach Your Dog English Words: The A+ Dog Trai. Teach Your Dog English Words: The A+ Dog Training Program for Good Also, while it is a pg book, if you download the pdf it is in large type with. Download for Free ebooks - The Best Place You Can download ebooks for Free.

Green on Apr 11, I have a problem dog so I ordered this book from the author's website - it was not helpful for me so I returned it for refund which was processed promptly - good book for someone who has never owned a dog or has little experience with dogs - she states Frontline will last 3 months - it lasted 2 months on my dog.

I have bought several books to help me train my Shih Tzu but this is the very best. According to her book "Testing your dogs IQ" he is very smart but also very stubborn at times.

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This book makes teaching him fun for both of us. I would highly recommended this book to any one , as it will be the last one you will ever need to train your dog.. I feel as if I found a gold mine when I found Michele Waltons books. I have 3 so far but will be ordering more of her books I have learned so much.

My dog Sparky was a rescue dog and these books have also helped us to bond and helped him to trust me. Mature reviews, fair reviews, experienced owners who know better By Rosa56 on Mar 27, All the reviews reflect what I sense after looking at her site to "buy buy buy" the book that she authored and believes in. However, I find I totally agree with other reviewers' negative takes, and for heaven's sake Completely overdone and to me, reflects a trainer who is not well socialized herself.

I don't mean to be judgmental, and have never met this woman, but I think she has other issues that would not be fair to her personally, to delve into. Somehow, this training "program" of Ms. Also, most dogs from rescues do need appropriate training classes and more so, socializing whether they are shy or aggressive.

Wonderful results! Buyers reading reviews to determine whether or not to purchase it should scroll directly to Verified Purchaser as I did.

These reviewers have actually used the book and successfully, I might add. It's an excellent training manual. It's straightforward, no nonsense method is refreshing especially when you have a breed that requires handling like I do.

This world has had years of the positive-only approach and quite frankly, it has produced a lot of irresponsible dog owners who require little of their dogs by way of good behavior: jumping on people to greet them, begging at the dinner table, walking them off lead in public areas, allowing them to deficate ANYWHERE and not bother to pick it up, etc. Michele Welton puts an end to such silly notions that somehow your dog will respond to the "coochy-coo I love you now sit" approach.

They won't. I've owned several different breeds with varying degrees of intelligence and they can all use a lesson in who is master and who is not.

An alpha dog of any breed will try to run the household if it is not made clear to him that you've got this and he is free to spend the day letting you know how much he appreciates it. This book has been so liberating that way and I have well behaved Bernese Mountain Dogs because of it. I dismissed the one-star reviewers off the bat. They had not read the book and were either the same person under different names or they called each other and sniffled over the mere idea that Ms.

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Welton suggested they scold their dog if it misbehaves. This is a good book. Simply written with step-by-step instructions for each command.

If you want to turn you dog into a companion that you can take anywhere, be with anyone, and obeys on command you should give this a try. By Kokihi on Mar 27, This book is not worth the paper it's printed on. Some of the "training techniques" described in this book are down right abusive.

And this book is filled with this crap. My dog actually knows words; "potty" "cookie" "food" "go on" "bring it" etc And I didn't teach him these words by abusing him.

Great resource By Sparky on May 07, I found this book very helpful to our journey with our new Great Pyrenees pup. Good explanation of how to train. Good detail. I tried a Cesar Millan book first and though it was good, it wasn't nearly as helpful as this book! This was the third dog training book I've read and by far the best. Love it! A must for all dog owners By N.


Lustine on Mar 14, An enjoyable read and am looking forward to putting it into action. The author has done an excellent job of presenting her ideas. I have had dogs as pets for many years but never gave the training process the attention this author has urged a dog owner to follow.

I am so impressed that I have bought additional copies for friends to benefit from the teaching this book makes available.

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Would you also like to submit a review for this item? You already recently rated this item. Your rating has been recorded. Write a review Rate this item: Vocalizing in this breed is actually a habit I find endearing Is it possible that some danes and other dogs use this to 'challenge' an owner, sure.

But in a pup he is likely trying to communicate in his limited language, you haven't figured out what he is trying to say, and he has yet to learn your language and expectations.

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If his barking is excessive, he may have learned that gets him attention, fed, potty breaks. If you want him to present a different way of obtaining these things, you have to try and show him an alternative and praise him for trying. I bought this same book before we got our puppy. I read about half of it and put it down. I was discouraged with some of the things that have come up with having a new puppy, but I feel MUCH better now that I'm working with a trainer.

Everything seems so much more "real", and we can address specific things that I need help with. It's working wonderfully.

I'd suggest getting into a puppy class, for sure! I know what you mean about the "back talking" too. Raina likes to have the last word and make sure we know when she's not happy about something. She can get very demanding too. Of course, she's a puppy, so she doesn't have a lot of patience, but teaching her things has really helped.

One thing is, because she's so demanding of getting fed She was 10 weeks old when she learned it for her water Then 12 weeks for the food she is crazy for food. Now, she just turned 14 weeks, and she will wait as long as it takes I've gone 30 sec before, just to see.

She will not take her food until I tell her. Usually, I let her get it after about 5 seconds though. I'm not "mean".

Just want her to know that she has to wait for me. And it really has helped a lot. If she's being demanding, I can tell her to wait Also, with the crate That really helps. Also, for the first few days, I gave her a receiving blanket that I had rubbed on her littermates, and also a hot water bottle to make it more cozy.

Hope that helps a little. APRIL - proud wife to the best hubby and mommy to 3 skin kids and a fur kid sigpic. The Gang has given great advice so far.

Ximmy's Mom and I belong to a training club, and are assisting with puppy classes.

These are for puppies that have had their first 2 distemper vaccines and up to 6 months old. No choke or training collars. We use treats and praise to reward good behavior. Lots of helpful hints as to stopping unwanted behavior. Usually I just trade a good toy for a forbidden item.

I have tried the squirt bottle in the past, and could never use any type of spray on that particular dog for the rest of his life. For the crate, use a special treat that is only for when he goes in his crate. Ximmy gets dehydrated chicken strips for crate, and will basically go in, turn around and try to close her door just to get her "chicken" That's where chicken comes from you know.

A kong with peanut butter or some mild cheese with a bit of his kibble frozen inside can be given once the puppy has gotten good at going in his crate.You may send this item to up to five recipients.

For the crate, use a special treat that is only for when he goes in his crate. Teach Your Dog English Words is extremely clear and easy to read.

However, we were finding more and more behavior issues crop up Yes, you can have a dog who always comes when called!

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