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DOG TRAINING: Train Your Dog to Be a Confident, Trusted and Valued Member of Your Family Dog owners make up a big percentage of the population. At present, it’s estimated that between 37% and 47% of all households in the United States include at least one dog. And that number continues to climb. Small wonder, too. Their loyalty, unconditional approval and affection, as well as their zest for life is truly hard to resist. Nevertheless, despite all the great benefits they provide us with, and as attached as we get to them, dogs are, as well, a responsibility. A good dog owner will take full responsibility for his/her dog’s proper care, adjustment and socialization. We should rightfully see our dog’s ultimate behavior after training as a reflection of our own standards, and strive to do what we can to make them the best versions of themselves. And, as thoroughly enjoyable as they generally are, dogs can also exhibit some irksome and potentially problematic behaviors. Whether jumping on you or your guests, barking for no discernible reason or repetitive chewing and digging, untrained dogs can make it quite difficult to maintain a peaceful and tranquil household, especially if you have no previous experience in dealing with them. That’s why proper training is an important part of ownership if you truly want to enjoy and maximize your experience. So, once you’ve decided you’re going to add a dog as a family member (and they SHOULD be seen as such), you’ll need to show consistency and, at times, some resolve, so that the end result is a happy and confident dog that will live happily and in harmony with you and/or your family. Learning to train your dog and then applying this knowledge will do two things: It will improve your dog’s life, and will improve your own life. In addition, it will strengthen the bond between you and your dog, ensure your dog’s safety, and, if done correctly, it should be a lot of fun. Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn... The Proper Methodology for Teaching Your Dog CommandsHow to Properly Crate Train Your DogHow to Potty Train Your DogThe Elements of Proper Leash TrainingHow to Control Your Dog’s Barking. . . and MORE! Download your copy today! Tags: Dog Training, Puppy Training, Obedience Training, Man's Best Friend

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