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Posted 4 August 2023

Dog Training Bible: [6 IN 1] The Proven Path to a Happy and Obedient Dog Kindle Edition

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Here a small part of what you will learn inside
  • Teach your dog basic commands, such as sit, stay, come, and heel, using positive reinforcement techniques and improve obedience and build trust between you and your dog.
  • Discover effective strategies for housebreaking your puppy or adult dog and avoiding accidents inside the home.
  • Learn how to use positive reinforcement techniques to teach your dog good behavior without using physical punishment or force.
  • Gain insight into different training tools, like leashes, collars, and clickers, and how to use them effectively in your training.
  • Address problem behaviors like excessive barking, separation anxiety, chewing, and jumping with effective training techniques.
  • Get tips on how to socialize your dog and introduce them to new people, places, and experiences in a safe and positive way.
  • Get expert advice on advanced training techniques, breed-specific training, nutrition and exercise, and problem-solving strategies to help you achieve your dog training goals.


Product details
  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B0C441V18Z
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • File size ‏ : ‎ 7339 KB
  • Text-to-Speech ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader ‏ : ‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray ‏ : ‎ Not Enabled
  • Word Wise ‏ : ‎ Not Enabled
  • Sticky notes ‏ : ‎ On Kindle Scribe
  • Print length ‏ : ‎ 152 pages

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  1. Somersett's avatar
    A dog is just a mentally ill wolf. The 'bad' breeds respond to 'enhanced' physical qualities like jaw strength, and try to make sense of this ability when young. The 'balanced' breeds can be 'docile' and 'loving' thru wolf pack mental programming, re-applied to a Human setting - but this is a re-application of the 'loyal' beta pack mode. Dogs just don't belong in an urban setting. By which I mean wolves don't belong in an urban setting.

    The perfect urban 'pet' is the cat- most breeds carry the SAME physical formation as the 'wild' version would- so no mental issues. They exist in the wild in families, NOT packs, which is why they match Human urban living so perfectly. Humans co-exist with cats. Humans break, reprogram and redesign wolves for their own selfish reasons.
    Elizabeth.Smith's avatar
    Wolves live in families, not packs. The scientist that started the whole "pack" and "alpha" theories has been trying to undo the harm for decades. He studied a group of unrelated captive wolves, which is like studying the interactions of men in a high security prison and deciding it explained the whole world.
  2. Forgottenshopper's avatar
    Thanks Boz.. Will pass this on, as I know someone it may help..
  3. Proveright's avatar
    Thanks OP
  4. degsie's avatar
    Lesson 1: Your dog is NOT your child (edited)
    BrianButterfield's avatar
    I wanna teach people another lesson, your dog isn't there just to bring out for your amusement. The amount of people I see that just leave their dog alone all day and treat walking it as a chore, then keep it on a lead all the time..... Your dog will go crazy.

    I bought two of them so one wouldn't be alone while I work, I come home at lunch to walk them and walk them in the morning and in the afternoon around fields, not just around the concrete block. Also they're allowed to sleep in my bedroom on their own beds because they enjoy it.

    If you want to lock the dog away in the garden, walk it for 10 mins a day and leave it alone all day.... Do not buy a dog.

    But at the same time do not tell the dog off for everything it does like it can speak English. My neighbour does this all day long...... It's a dog, not a human, let it be a dog. And give it an area in the garden to go toilet in so it's not holding on for a walk. Imagine you trying to hold on to go toilet all day....

    So many things annoy me and I really think a dog owning license needs to be had. Hopefully it would also stop so much breeding.
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  6. Scrooge_McDuck's avatar
    Coming up as £9.99.
    Boz's avatar
    Thanks I'll expire the post.
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