Find the Answers (Finally!) To ALL The “Dog” Questions
You Were Afraid to Ask
You won’t believe how many dog owners I meet… who are terrified to admit they have some potentially stupid questions about their dogs. And… as they don’t want to look silly, they never ask.
Look, I get it. Nobody is born an expert — and there’s no way you can predict the many pitfalls of taking care of a dog, let along training it.
There’s good news though…
Turns out, though, most of the questions I get asked are shockingly similar.
This is good news because it allows me to give you a reference guide that will likely contain most of the answers you seek.
Enter “Why Does My Dog?” – The Complete Reference Guide
to Decoding and Managing Your Dog’s Behavior
This reference guide covers:
- ✓ How to pick a new puppy and which breed would be the best fit for your lifestyle
- ✓ How to know if you’re ready for a second dog (of course, if you already have one)
- ✓ How to read your dog’s body language so you have an almost “telepathic” connection with your pet
- ✓ What the terms NILIF and “crate training” mean and how these two techniques can transform your relationship with your dog
- ✓ How to stop destructive behaviors so you can enjoy a happy, calm dog
- ✓ 10 myths you may believe about how to train your dog – debunked and explained
- ✓ How to socialize your dog (and minimize the risk of getting sued for failing to control your dog)
- ✓ How to prevent loud barking inside your home (and how to get back on your neighbors’ good side)
- ✓ How to find out your dog’s favorite reward (and find out how much easier to train your dog is now)
- ✓ 8 ways to prevent destructive behaviors (save your nerves AND your furniture)
- and way, way more…
To be honest, I think I shared too many trade secrets in this guide for my own good. I’m sure you’ll agree when you read it…
… however, I also knew that anything less than that would not cut it. I had to address most issues dog owners face and give you an easy to follow guide for solving them.
For the price of a sandwich, today you get to discover how you can have your “dream dog”. Instead of worrying about their bad habits, you can now focus on actually having fun.