Dog Obedience Training - New Website Simplifies Dog Obedience Training
A new dog obedience training resource has just been introduced: “Dog Training Page - Your Guide to Dog Training.” The website covers nearly all aspects of training dogs. It provides resources to help dog owners stop difficult dog behavior problems such as barking, biting, chewing, jumping, whining and digging. It also offers dog behavior training techniques for a variety of different breeds, including Akita, American Bulldogs, Australian Cattle Dogs, Australian Shepherds, Beagles, Doberman, German Shepherds, Golden Retrievers, Jack Russells, Poodles, Shih Tzu, and Weimaraners.
Website creator, Steven Forster, has said that he started his site in order to help people learn correct dog training techniques. He has an Australian Shepherd at home and says that he knows all too well how frustrating dog training can be. He also said that he wanted to be able to provide people with honest reviews of the obedience training for dogs ebooks and other programs available online. Dogtrainingpage.com reviews the “Secrets to Dog Training,” “Dog Training Zone,” and the “Ultimate House Training” programs amongst others.
The site offers a specific section for Puppy Training as well, with articles on House Training, Feeding, Puppy Socialization, Separation Anxiety, Biting, and other aspects of puppy training. Steven reminds readers that they should, “never use punishment when house training a puppy.” When asked about this statement, Steven added that, “Punishment can be physically and mentally harmful to a puppy in this scenario. It can also seriously damage your relationship with your pet.”
“Dog Training Page” also offers other dog-related resources such as “Dog Adoption,” “Dog Health,” and “Dog Names.”
When asked about his future plans for the site, Steven said he would love to add more dog training information for other breeds. “My wife and I just brought home an adorable little Pomeranian puppy and we’re finding that training a Pom is vastly different from training our Aussie a few years ago.” Steven continued to say that his passion, other than the dogs themselves, is to help other people understand the proper way to go about dog training. “Dogs become such an instrumental part of our families. Taking the time to do dog obedience training correctly is something you will never regret.”
Steven is so excited for people to visit his new site that he is offering folks an exclusive dog obedience training report, “How to be the Alpha Dog and Stop Your Dog’s Behavior Problems,” for free just for stopping by his website.
More information: http://www.dogtrainingpage.com
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