Feb 182014
 

Puppy Training IN A NUTSHELLI have just completely re-written the entire Puppy Training IN A NUTSHELL Summary Reference Guide based on my latest insights.

This is now Edition 5 of the most concise Puppy Training book you will ever find. Because you cannot fit more content per page than with bullet points.

12 short chapters in bullet-points, yes! A keyword-style puppy training book. Short and to the point. If you don't like to read long paragraphs in even longer books, this is what you are asking for. This is it.

 

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Needless to say, if you have an older edition, delete it, and get this edition 5 now.

As a dog lover you will rejoice! You are a dog lover, aren't you?

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    Unfortunately for me, I didnt know about this website when I first got my pup, but I found it a month after and so I was able to right some of the wrongs I was doing. Everything you need is right here. I will admit I sometimes give my pup treats, but not very often at all and she does just fine without them.What really surprised me was the toys. I had all her toys, except the balls and tug toys, in a basket for her to take and play with them by herself whenever she wanted to, and I chose when she would play with ME. So the balls and tug toys were always put away when we finished playing.So I am a bit confused as to why she cannot play by herself to avoid boredom when I am too busy to play with her. When she gets bored, she chases the cats==not a good thing!

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      Thanks Maureen!
      >So I am a bit confused as to why she cannot play by herself to avoid boredom when I am too busy to play with her.

      Okay: She can, and should, play by herself when you have no time (but as you know, we must casually observe our dog anyway when with a toy: they all can disintegrate, except the Varsity ball).

      Why she shoudn't have that basket full of toys at her disposal? Because then you signal her: "Hey, here's all your toys at your disposal, choose when and what you like, you are in control." But at all other times you signal her that YOU are in control (food, leash, collar, attentions, etc). Thus: You'd increase the conflict she's experiencing in the Pack, you'd increase her stress level! And you don't want that.

      => Always only ONE toy at a time, from the hand, and swapped after an hour. As explained in this book (see above), and basically in all my books, particularly of course in the Puppy 101.

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        OK, basket is gone, toys are put aside, and she gets one at a time, of my choosing, changed every hour! Not so hard to do even when I am busy.
        Thanks!

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    This book is great, haven't read though. But a friend of mine recommended it.I do believe that one of the important keys to a successful Dog Training is making yourself the pack leader. Establish first your role as a leader and everything will be easy. Best of luck! :)

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