Train Your Dog - The Positive Gentle Method
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Now there is a better way to have that special bond you always wanted with your dog. Learn how you can get results in a short time, using praise and treats. A truly interactive DVD, which reveals many of the best-kept secrets of positive dog training. Two top Los Angeles trainers guide you step by step, through simple, gentle techniques that produce amazing results. You'll learn training without ever laying a hand on your dog. Master the magic of clicker training, used for movie animals. Discover easy fixes for common behavior problems, and much more. Your dog will learn all basic and other essential commands. Watch progression in real time. See puppies as well as adult dogs among the 20 different dog breeds featured: Beagle, Yellow Lab, Golden Retriever, Jack Russell Terrier, Malamute, Boxer, Poodle. Most of the dogs have not had previous training.
BASIC COMMANDS: Sit! - Down! - Stay! - Come! - Heel!
OTHER ESSENTIAL COMMANDS: Leave It! - Give! -Wait! - Gentle! - Name Recognition - Touch! - Go To Bed!
BEHAVIOR ISSUES: Housetraining through Crate Training, X-Pen, Baby Gate, Ring Bell.
Also: Door Behavior, Jumping Up, Nipping.
BONUS MATERIALS: Car Safety, Rewards & Consequences, Leadership, Come!-Important Tips, Clicker Training, Play Toys, Training Treats
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behaviors you'd want your dog to know and then it is step-by-step and demonstrated.
I'd highly recommend this to anyone considering training their own dog -- it's well done and it works -- and it's a kind method.
They also include a very helpful section on dealing with problem behaviors [like jumping up].
I watched this with my older children [8yo, 5yo, 4yo] and it was so easy to understand and so thorough that THEY were [successfully!] teaching our dog to sit, lie down, wait, etc within hours of watching the DVD.
I would recommend this to anyone who wants to learn to train their dog. It is money well spent.