Read This Before Buying Dog Training Books
Why do you need Dog training books? Here’s why. Picture this, While you are out one day, you enter into a pet shop and see a site too cute for words, a Bloodhound Puppy. The next thing you know you are considering buying him. I mean seriously, how much work could a dog that size really be…well in case you did not know, it only takes an hour or two tops for most folks to go uh oh after they have brought the mutt home. Suddenly you have minefields of poop waiting to blow your nose sky high, sporadic and unbelievably continuous barking which will challenge the soundest sleeper(the sleeper will lose, I guarantee), your clothes will be redisrtibuted around the house, furniture will become chew toys…the list goes on. Dogs use “shock and awww” which will put the most ardent doting doggie mom or dad’s patience to the test!
You are probably terrified of the whole idea now, I may have convinced you to have children instead, take a breath! It is very simple to train a dog using dog training books. Many people just do not contemplate that their dog must be trained…When potty training kids is such a big deal, whatever made you think that teaching your dog how to sit will be easy? Of course dogs are incredible animals that will bring mountains of joy to your life, but the simple fact is that they need to be trained and trained consistently.
With so many supposed training methods out there, people can get a bit carried away with various gadgets and goodies; this is pretty unfair, particularly as this can get very intense and make the dog feel like he is being punished. In a desire to get results we finally get them to submit and obey, this obedience is fear driven, which is cruelty, not relationship driven. This is a fundamental reason why you need relevant dog training books as a guide and reference. Dog training has advanced so much over the past 20 years and there are so many techniques that it is useful to have the right dog training books available to you to double check on what you are being told to teach.
Having an obedient well trained dog is such a priveledge. You not only know that your dog is safe but that your family is safe and of course all your friends will be envious of your dog. A well trained dog is welcomed where ever he goes, you don’t have to shackle him up like some escaped convict, he will come when he is called; sit when he is told, in short he truly becomes “a man’s best friend”.