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If you're anything like me, then your dog's excessive biting and chewing is not only driving you up the wall, but is also causing concern for your family and friends' safety too…
…plus the materialistic damage caused from the seemingly endless destruction of furniture, clothes and shoes (my wife will testify to that one).
Then there's the barking and whining…
I used to curse my neighbours for their barking dog, until my own English setter became the "backyard bellower" and sounded out the other dogs on the block.
What about the aggression too? Not sure about you, but nothing scares me more than taking my kids out for a walk with Sandy (the dog, not my wife), and then suddenly having a pack of blood thirsty hounds descends upon us with rage…
…and it's pretty embarrassing too, whether it's your dog or somebody else's isn't it?
After speaking to friends also visiting a few forums online, it was clear to see that owning an aggressive or disobedient dog was not uncommon.
Some of the stories I read made me feel lucky, such as one guy whose dog ran out in front of a car because the dog refused to obey his basic commands.
Apparently, this was all about the lack of leadership and alpha male role of the owner over the dog…which is what a lot of more modern dog training programs now try to teach.
But being desperate for a solution, I did my research and looked for a way to calm Sandy, our unruly family dog, and bring her back to the loving circle of trust and respect that she had for us, and we had for her.
The problem, as I soon found out, was that dog trainers cost a fortune. I'm a busy guy, so finding time to schedule the training sessions (even on weekends) was not always possible.
I also read a lot about types of training equipment that I could use at home, such as shock collars and prong collars. Let me tell you, just looking at those things makes me cringe…I can't imagine how painful they are for the dogs that are forced to wear them.
Besides, punishing your dog to behave is clearly not the way forward - anyone with common sense will understand that.
During my research, I kept coming across an online guide called Sit Stay Fetch (now called Secrets To Dog Behaviour).
It looked promising to me, as it had all the things I was looking for, such as:
- Well established,
- Lots of testimonials,
- Immediate access,
- Focuses on the leadership relationship (alpha pack) that other guides/ trainers overlook
Therefore, I decided to go ahead and try it out. Some weeks later, and here's my own review of what this guide is all about, as I am sure other people are in that frustrating situation of an unruly and often dangerous dog…
What you'll learn in this review
I'm going to go over my opinion of whether the guide actually works, who I think it's right for, and of course, whether it's worth the money.
Hope you enjoy and find it useful ;)
From The Desk of:
Secrets To Dog Training
Tuesday 21st of May 2013
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