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In order for you and your pet to have a good relationship it is best to be able to communicate your commands to them. This is not always an easy task as dogs, like kids, tend to have their own personalities and as with humans tend to have different learning abilities.
The best dog training guidebooks
By Larry Kay and Dawn Sylvia-Stasiewicz
This is a tried and tested five-week program that one of the co-authors used to train the White-house dog Bo Obama as well as both Senator Ted Kennedy’s dog to name but a few high-profile clients she has worked with.
These techniques are based on mutual trust, love and lots of doggy treats. Whereas leash-yanking, reprimanding and choke collars are very much frowned upon. This programs only takes about ten to twenty minutes a day for five weeks working for both adult dogs and puppies alike.
It also includes how you can make your dog more sociable by making them comfortable in a vet’s office, easier around strangers and better behaved in public places.
By Monks of New Skete
The Monks of New Skete have been well known and trusted for their authority on dog training. This comes from generations of breeding and raising German Shepard dogs. They train dogs of all breeds and have a host of valuable tips that every dog owner should know and try. Especially those who have new puppies to raise as dogs are for life, not just a few months until the novelty wears off or a person feels they can no longer take care of their animal. This book teaches a person how to relate to their furry best friend getting the most from them and building a bond.