Obedience Training For Your Dog

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Obedience Training For Your Dog

by David Chenault



When it comes to man's best friend, there is no greater joy than having a dog that you not only love, but that is also well behaved and pleasant tempered. I am a bonafide dog lover. I have had a dog almost my entire life. One of the key components to having a dog is in knowing how to get the best odedience training for your dog.

Does your dog chew furniture, or shoes? Does he/she show signs of separation anxiety by destroying your house when you leave? Does he pee in the house and refuse to be potty trained? The list goes on...

Before you decide to give up or get rid of your dog, please don't. There is hope...

When a dog is properly trained and well behaved, he is not only more pleasant to be around, but you can enjoy the time spent with your dog much more. The reciprocal love between you and your dog is far more enjoyable if he behaves himself and listens to and obeys you. Avoiding the pain and displeasure of a dog that doesn't behave well can be easily replaced by the the pleasure and many benefits of owning a great, well-behaved and loving dog.

I currently have a dog named Duke who is fifteen years old. Duke has always been well behaved and mild mannered. He is most definitely a member of our family and a fixture at all of our home events. If you would like to see an example of what odedience training for your dog can accomplish, Duke would be the poster child of a good, well behaved dog.

A dog that has been properly trained will result in much less stress for you and your dog. He will understand the proper things to do under all circumstances. He will not misbehave when you have company or visitors and will be a joy for both you and your guests to have around.

If you have a problem dog or, you are considering getting a dog, I would strongly suggest the following tips on odedience training for your dog:

Tip Number One: Select a dog that already exhibits signs of being well-mannered and loving...How does he respond to you or, even better, to your children?

Tip Number Two: Look for signs of your dog being in good health... A healthy dog can learn better.

Tip Number Three: Get a good resource book or course on obedience training for your dog... The least expensive and often the fastest way to train your dog.

Also, you can consider taking your dog to obedience school for professional training... Takes much longer and can be quite expensive... The training sessions should not last longer than 15 - 30 minutes or you'll lose your dog's attention.

If you are considering help on obedience training for your dog, I highly recommend Dove Crosswell's excellent program - "Puppy Training and Dog Training Online." Dove is an internationally recognized trainer who has trained dogs for several movie studios and television shows.

Obedience Training For Your Dog

David Chenault is an online Marketer and dog lover. If you would like more information on obedience training for your dog please visit: http://www.david-chenault.com/info/obediencetraining



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