The Ultimate Guide to Dog Health

Introducing The Ultimate Guide to Dog Health, from The Kingdom Of Pets, the creators of Secrets To Dog Training, a must for all dog owners because it is a comprehensive survival guide for totally stress-free dog care, containing dozens of photos and diagrams that illustrates and shows you what to look for and what to do about it.

With this guide you will be able to decide when you need to rush off to the vet, and when your dog health problem is safely in your own hands.

The Ultimate Guide to Dog Health

Is your dog suffering from common health problems including painful toothaches or teething issues, ear infections, itchy or chaffing skin, eye irritations, worming issues, or that awful limping that just breaks your heart to watch???

Has your dog been plagued by chronic vomiting or diarrhea, persistent problems with his urine or stool, a cough that won’t go away, nightmarish liver troubles, or perhaps even more severe conditions such as types of arthritis and cancer?

Are you baffled by symptoms such as patchy hair loss, unexplained lethargy or shortness of breath, a worrisome discharge, or any noticeable changes in behavior, such as your dog not eating, that may have an underlying medical cause?

Have you ever had to deal with an ill or injured dog without the knowledge and confidence necessary to provide the RIGHT CARE, RIGHT AWAY???

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The Ultimate House Training Guide

The Ultimate House Training Guide is a premier dog training guides from the creators and publishers of Secrets to Dog Training is the best on the market today and has already sold over 65,107 copies worldwide. This guide sets you on the right track to House Training your Dog making sure that you Get it Right the First Time, and in No Time, because  you do not need the stress, and you definitely do not need the mess.

The Ultimate House Training Guide

Have you had enough of picking up piles and soaking up stains? Of keeping constant watch over an unpredictable pup? Of returning home to that awful smell?

Well, your carpet cleaning and odor killing days are numbered. Soon you’ll be able to focus on what really matters when it comes to dog ownership: companionship, NOT cleaning.

The Ultimate House Training Guide IS the ultimate resource for ensuring your house training experience is positive and problem-free, from day one.

No other guide on the market is as comprehensive and easy-to-follow.

This fully-illustrated, 120-page guide gathers together knowledge and advice from veterinarians and professional dog trainers, as well as years of case studies from clients, bringing you an essential resource for new dog owners.

Whether you’ve had trouble house training your dog, or are ready to train a new puppy, the training program outlined in this guide will, without a doubt, work for you.

What’s more, you can download the guide in minutes, and SAVE yourself not only the cost of a professional trainer, but also the ongoing cost of cleaning products and potentially even vet bills when things go wrong.

The greatest value to you, however, is the lasting peace of mind that an effective and efficient house training program will bring, to you and your pet. At the end of the day, your dog WANTS to please you – but it’s up to you to show them how.

You don’t need to take our word for it either – the Ultimate House Training guide has brought peace of mind to tens of thousands of people just like you – below are just some of their stories.

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This post was written by admin on January 14, 2014

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Kingdom Of Pets – The Simple Way To Get Your Pet To Behave

Many pet owners may feel disappointment when they have finished picking out their new puppy or shelter dog to take home. Usually, this is because of behaviour problems that they can’t manage to control and they do not know how to train a dog.

There are many common characteristics that work, not only is continuous training required, but positive reinforcement and consistency in communication with the pet is crucial. Once they have started to learn and understand, they will be rewarded for a good behaviour, they will want to be able to please you by meeting your expectations. If you have liked what you have read by this author, then make sure you check the other topics by him that are aimed at helping the readers to obtain far better outcomes – Kingdom of Pets. See to it that you invest some time reading and understanding these beneficial articles as it’s going to benefit you in far more than one way.

In the Kingdom of Pets, there does exist an “Alpha” leader in pack animals, like dogs, coyotes, or wolves. This Alpha leader controls what the rest of the pack does, and a dog’s instinct makes them strive for this position. By way of being a consistent owner who exercises control of the dog, the pet will soon consider you as the “Alpha” of the pack. You must first gain the animal’s obedience.

The first key is communicating with the dog in an absolutely consistent manner. For example, if you don’t want him getting over the couch, don’t ever let him remain on the couch. If you ever give in and allow the dog to sit over the couch, even once, the pet will constantly test to view if you will let them repeat it, and you will have unknowingly reinforced bad behaviour by giving in. In a household where there are many family members, it is important that everyone enforces the pet’s rules.

The next key is positive reinforcement. By using a reward when the dog has performed as you commanded, he will want to earn the reward or treat, be it just telling him, “good boy” or a doggie snack. Daily training sessions of 15 minutes is usually the most effective way to train, as your dog may get bored with sessions of longer time period.

The third key is actually never use punishment to train the dog as it can be ineffective, unless it’s at the exact moment the pet is performing the unwanted behaviour, not after. For instance, by the time a dog has urinated on your floor, and you rub his nose inside it, his mind has already moved to something else, and he does not understand what you are actually trying to tell him, do not do it in this spot? Smell it when done? What does he mean?

By using positive actions to correct bad behaviour, he will associate that with what he is supposed to do to get a treat. So instead of punishment, after he urinates on to the floor, tell him no, next take him outside till he goes again, take him in, praise him and also give him a treat. He will get to where he will need to go outside and sometimes not urinate, so you have to be sure to only give him a good treat when he does.

Summing up, it is easy to train your dog, once you have established yourself as his “Alpha”, and learned to communicate by utilizing positive reinforcement and not punishment. It is easy to have your dog to behave and be a fun addition to your home.

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This post was written by TKB_Editor on March 11, 2012

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