Every day, hundreds if not thousands of dogs get re-homed or surrendered to kill shelters or rescue groups because one more family couldn’t work through the issues “that dog” presented to them. Chewing household items, pooping in the house, acting aggressively, getting on the human’s nerves, etc. Most, if not all dog owners, can talk about similar experiences … yet they created different outcomes. Living a harmonic life with a dog isn’t rocket science, but it requires knowing basic dog behavior and life principles. Once you are aware of them, almost all issues with dogs are solvable. Do you want to learn them? Come to our seminar “Let’s talk dogs” on Saturday, July 9th at 10 am. More information and registration at http://itsnotthedog. Only 2 spots remaining.
You cannot not train your dog. In other words, not training your dog is another form of training. I meet a lot of people who don’t teach their dog good manners and discipline and at the end, the dogs are trained to be annoying, disobedient, and many times even dangerous. Dog training is not a separate activity from life that requires a tremendous amount of time. Instead, it is incredibly easy to integrate dog training into your life. Once you teach the basic behaviors, you don’t need to have a formal training session with your dog ever again; just being with your dog will shape him into a model canine companion. Learn how to correct behavioral issues and how to train your dog with fun at my upcoming dog training seminar in Marietta on Saturday, July 9th at 10 am.