Owning and training your dog

Owning and training your dog

Owning and training your dog

This is a GREAT course for you if you:

•Plan to own a dog

•Wants to train a dog

•Wants to teach your dog various tricks

What do you learn GREAT e-course:

•Find out what dog fits your lifestyle (Not every dog is suitable for you!)

•Where to find a dog you want, sometimes for FREE

•What to expect from a new dog

•Can you "teach an old dog new tricks"? Sure you CAN!

•Teach your dog how to shake the hand, play dead, say a prayer, crawl and MORE!

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Course Intro Video


  1. Introduction

    Ah, the humble dog. Furry bearer of unconditional love, affection, companionship - and a rocket-powered babe magnet to boot.
  2. Lesson 2: Make sure you can afford it!

    Whoever said that two can live as cheaply as one never had a dog? A dog isn't going to break you financially, but it is an investment.
  3. Lesson 3: Pick a place to pick a pup

    Once you've determined the right breed for your lifestyle, one possibility is to go through a breeder.
  4. Lesson 4: Prepare yourself for training your dog

    Yes, this article is about how to pick the perfect pet dog, but you should also know what you're in for once you get it. If you don’t want to get a living hell it is important to train and "fix" your pup, and it's better to get this information sooner than later.
  5. Lesson 5: Housebreak your dog

    The absolute first thing your puppy must learn is housebreaking: No, no, you don’t teach your dog how to break into your house when you forget your keys.
  6. Lesson 6: Teach your dog some basic commands

    Around 12 weeks of age, your dog is ready for some command training.
  7. Lesson 7: Teach your dog some fancy tricks

    Let's face it: with commands like "sit" and "come" under your dog's belt, you can take him out in public, but dog food commercial directors aren't pounding down your door.
  8. Lesson 8: Other tips

    Here're some other tips on caring and training your dog.

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