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Dog Training Introduction:

There are three Major sections in this New Dog Training Jump Start Guide. All three are essential for helping you to achieve the best results while training your dog, using the most simple, practical, result oriented methods possible. Additionally, by having the best knowledge, skills, mental, and physical tools that you WILL NEED for things to go as smooth as possible, all while you are having the best time possible while training your new puppy, adult, or rescue dog.

Dog Training Best Practices to Train Your Dog

Using the information inside this free guide, in conjunction with your breeds “Think Like a Dog ~ but Don’t Eat Your Poop” training book written by me, Paul Allen Pearce, will put you on the fast track to having an obedient and loving companion. You can have a dog that is capable of handling any situation, and will look to you for guidance instead of reacting on instinct and potentially putting both of you into a difficult spot. Many chapters with more comprehensive information about training and understanding dog behaviors are contained inside each one of my breed specific dog training books.

Search for your breeds book –above at our store if you’d prefer in order to find your breed’s dog training book, and then click on the book link to immediately purchase your breeds dog training book today and get started on having an obedient best friend.



 

Dog Training Step 1

All the Questions That You Have Now – Answered. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves and celebrate too early. First, using your fun, dog loving positive mindset, read it. This section is designed specifically for answering all of the questions you have now, had yesterday, and will have before you go to sleep tonight. Questions about your new puppy, how to train her, and the skills and tools you will need to rock your new puppy’s socks off. In fact, her socks are already knocked off. If you don’t believe me, go check to see if she is wearing any socks… Still here, go ahead and check. Welcome back, now you can read THE POWERFUL SECTION in this guide that is about new puppies, which provides answers to questions that new dog owners have BEFORE they begin training their puppies

 

Dog Training Step 2

In this second step section, which is equally important, we will be covering a few MUST KNOW things to understanding dog behaviors.

A. Training Attitude

The best mindset for you to have at all times during training is the calm, confident, happy go lucky; I know that I am in charge attitude. If you are not in that mindset, do not begin a training session. Instead, go take a nap, re-nourish or re-negotiate that last thing that caused you to be in a bad mood. Hey, we all have bad moods, but it is the wrong time to train dogs. It is better to be at the park with a bright orange Frisbee™ playing and relaxing, than training while in a bad mood.

 

B. Natural Dog Behavior (Natural Dogmanship)

Yes dogmanship, in short it means to “Think Like a Dog, but Don’t Eat Your Poop!” The long version a bit lower in this guide is, well…longer. However, the second most critical thing to learn is how to communicate in dog language while you are training your dog, and here you thought we were just trying to be cute with your titling.

 

C. Dog Obedience and Dog Behavior

Their differences, similarities and the importance to know which is which, when training your dog. When I learned this a few years back, I thought to myself “Oh, I guess that I DO need to LEARN THIS.” Please trust me, not only is it more interesting THAN-me, but it is very important to understand these two things clearly and how to use each one while training your dog.

 

Dog Training Step 3

My own Bark Charts created for you to use as a way to track your training progress and keep to your consistent schedule. Bark Charts help you to remember where your dog has progressed to or needs help with different commands, and keep notes of where and when you exposed your dog to different situations and beings.

Remaining organized is an important part of dog training that takes away the stress of wondering what you should be training today and how well your dog performed during the last time you worked on a command. Keeping a record of your training sessions through notes, dates, times, and locations will boost your training skills and efficiency. We all have enough to remember in our human lives and keeping organized allows us to earn points towards keeping our alpha position as the consistent confident human that our dogs know that they can rely on day in and day out. It is better for them and better for us if we stay organized and relaxed while having fun training our dogs. I know that you will find these charts fun and useful.




 

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  3. I have a 13 week old Catahoula and I bought your “Think like a dog” book. The question that I have is her biting. The attacks my feet and if I try to hold her out from me with her leash, she will bite the leash and then try to jump on be and barks at me. She is super smart and very sweet except the biting, including my hands and arms. If I get on to her she gets mad and barks at me. I don’t want this to get out of control. Sometimes I pick her up and put her in time out. But I don’t know if that is the right thing to do. Please help.

    • Hello JewelAnne9, I apologize for this taking a few days to get back to you. But I know I can help you.

      When your Dog is Either Nipping or Biting and or Both: Try the following. – And please let me know how it all works out for you. Good luck! And Thanks again, Paul.

      Kicks was a furry bundle of joy, albeit already fully grown, I enjoy referring to him that way. Kicks, was an Australian Shepherd, smart as a whip, and full of energy. My friend’s friend that needed to give him up neglected to inform me about his nipping problem. All he had told us when I took ownership was that he was moving out of country, Kicks was high-energy and needed a loving home.

      Right away, I realized Kicks would snap and attempt to nip the hands and feet of my friends, and me. He was not clamping into a full bite, but leaving bruises and abrasions. We knew this was a serious problem that needed to be correctly handled before it escalated.

      The owner was instructed to follow the steps below.

      • A simple Solution is to have a time-out place. In the Time-Out Area, always have water, but do not have your dog’s toys, mat, or any favorite things in there. Once any panting stops wait another 5 to 10 minutes, and you can release your dog back to where you both were. Again, do not hit or scream at a Nipping Puppy. This will cause more damage long term than any possible short-term results you are seeking. [Use a Tie Back or short leash to confine him]

      • Chew toys, in abundance! Be sure to have plenty of chew toys around in case she tires of her favorite.

      • First step is to tie back your dog with a leash behind a gated area.

      • Keep him happy by playing with him. Praise for good behavior and say “YIPE” when he nips.

      • Incidentally the “YIPE” is to mimic the sound of a puppy in pain.

      • Wait two minutes, then try, try again. He will get it. Have all family members practicing for about 4 minutes at a time. Have each of your family members act as the dogs master separately.

      • Then ask some friends that your dog is not familiar to come over and help run the same scenarios.

      • You can also use this method for stopping unwanted jumping, barking, and humping – well!

      • If necessary, a muzzle can be used on your dog until he has learned that nipping will not be tolerated. This can be necessary in the short term until the problem is rectified.

      After running through these exercises Kicks understood, his nipping was hurting his new master and his friends. Soon afterward, Kicks was able to play and become excited without nipping any persons hands, feet, or ankles. Luckily, nobody lost any flesh during this training and the Kicks and his new owner are able to venture out into public places while enjoying each other’s company.

      Lets us know if this helped you, Its more common than one might think and could especially help the brand new dog owner who may just be listening when you share your good results.

      Keep coming back!

      This is Paul Allen Pearce,
      And Please Remember Now, To Always:

      Think Like a Dog ~ But Don’t Eat Your Poop!”

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  6. Your links do not work. I really could use the Jump Start Guide to train my Irish Setter. Please send me the correct link to my email address. Thank you

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