Here are some
dog training resources that cover much more than what is covered in my
free Basic Dog Obedience Training video - if you haven't seen this yet,
see bottom of this webpage for details. I've personally reviewed
all of these resources and highly recommend them to other dog
owners. The video and text below go through my reviews of these
dog training resources.
Of Dog Training Resources
Dog Training By Daniel Stevens
Secrets To Dog Training
261 page book on much more than just basic dog training. It helps
owners stop dog behavior problems. It starts with some basics of
dog ownership, diet, nutrition, dog toys and types of dog
training including dog whispering brought to the forefront by Cesar
Milan. It then gets into dog body language, signals and facial
expressions to help you understand your dog better.
The book then covers aggression problems, nipping, biting, chewing
issues and jumping on furniture as well as people. Leash and
walking issues are next followed by barking problems.
Basic commands similar to the ones I covered in my free dog obedience
training video are covered but more advanced commands like fetch are
Various behavior issues like separation anxiety and health related
issues like allergies finish off this very informative
book. Secrets To Dog Trainingalso
comes with several useful bonus reports on topics like alpha dogs,
grooming, gourmet meals and common dog training consultations.
I have personally gone through Secrets
To Dog Training and highly recommend it. Click on the
graphic below for more details on this book.
and Dog Training Online By Dove Cresswell
If you prefer to
learn about puppy training and dog
training online through videos
rather than by reading books, then this option by Hollywood dog trainer
Dove Cresswell is a good one. Dove takes you through online video
lessons on puppy housebreaking, crate training, dog obedience commands,
walking on leashes, dog recall, good dog manners and even special dog
tricks. There are several informative bonuses that come along as
audio files as well.
The choice between these online
video lessons by Dove Cresswell and the
dog training book by Daniel Stevens really depends on what your
preferred method of learning is. I found Secrets To Dog Training
to be a resource with more content and subject matter but if you do
prefer videos to reading and don't need as much content in the
book, then Dove's online videos may be appropriate for you. You
can see a sample video lesson at her website if you click on the
I found both of these puppy training resources to be quite good and
therefore would highly recommend that you check them out to further