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June 29, 2020

Don’t Make The Costly Mistake That So Many Puppy Owners Are Making!

Believe me this mistake is far too serious and too common to ignore.

I'm going to share an email I received yesterday with you because it's just too important and typical of what happens when people get a puppy and aren't aware of this... plus this will save you a lot of heartache and money wasted...

All around the world, thousands and thousands of people are getting new puppies every day and enrolling them in puppy school, or a puppy training class, thinking they are doing the right thing.

They could even progress to dog obedience later on thinking that they are going to end up with an obedient well trained dog that is safe and under their control.

They've spent hundreds of dollars and hours of their time in hope of achieving that...

Would you be shocked to know that they have wasted their money and that sending them to Puppy School or Dog Obedience doesn't mean they will achieve this? 

What they will learn at obedience school is how to teach their dogs to follow commands in a sterile environment. Yes they will get some socialisation if done correctly, but what is often overlooked is the really important information.

The number one, most important thing for them to learn first is that YOU are the Pack Leader, this is crucial to prevent serious issues as your puppy grows up.

Understanding how to become and remain the Pack Leader and PREVENT serious issues as your puppy grows up is fundamental.

This will ensure that your training will work while they are puppies and continue to work as they grow up.

Now back to the email I received...

from a lovely lady who unfortunately spend hundreds of dollars and many hours at puppy training, and is now seeking help, it's a classic example of what happens every single day. She has spent close to $500 and she is left with several serious issues which she now needs help with.

Her dog is growling, barking, nipping her to get attention, is fixated, can't relax and follows her everywhere so that she doesn't get any peace.

 So what is the point of puppy  pre-school and puppy training if all they learn is sit and stay?

Here is the email she sent in...

Hi There,

For my 30th birthday last year I got a little puppy who, for the most part, has been well behaved.

She has done a couple of puppy schools and training classes where she did very well and showed she was a quick learner.

However, over the last few months (she is now 1 and a quarter) her behavior has been getting worse.

Here is a list of her issues at the moment: - Barking & growling.

She is constantly growling out the windows at nothing in particular, anything can set her off - birds, the neighbors chickens, people next door, trees moving, rustling in the bush, dogs down on the beach, kids toys on the lawn next door and imaginary things.

Once she starts barking she seems to get fixated on it. This is her biggest problem and it is so frustrating not only to us but I am sure to the neighbors as well.

As well as barking at things outside, when she wants attention she will growl/bark/nip at me (only does this with mainly me, sometimes other family members. Is very cuddly at the park with other people). -

She is unable to occupy herself and is constantly following me around.

She does not seem to know how to relax and chill out. - Because of her barking, we can't leave her outside by herself, as she will just bark non-stop.

She has a sweet personality but the barking and attention seeking is very draining and I would like to be able to enjoy having her around again and I am sure she would be happier if she were more independent and relaxed.

Do you think you would be able to suggest someone to come and help us get our lovely little girl back?” Thanks Christine W and Poppy

Very sad, when you think that it could have all been prevented and saved her all the stress, time and money if she had only known about Dan's training in the first place.

No one explained to the puppies owner the importance of becoming the Pack Leader because as always this is the real cause of the problems.

Nipping, Barking, following the owner around, not settling, are all symptoms of a dog that thinks that it has to be the Pack Leader to protect the property.

And the dog will follow you around to protect you, much the same as a mum will follow her children to protect them.

It all comes down to YOU becoming the Pack Leader so that your puppy can switch off and relax because you are now in charge.

Puppy training to follow commands is fun and so it should be, your puppy needs to learn these skills but it shouldn't be the only thing you focus on.

Gaining you dogs respect is vital, you really need to understand that, so that they will listen to your commands even when they are fully grown. Keeping  them safe when it really matters.

One of the best sites I have found to learn these skills to help your dog is Doggy Dan's Video Website - The On line Dog Trainer...

Watch Dan raising his very cute puppy, Moses, from 8 weeks of age right through to 8 months and beyond, it's full of training hints.

 On his site he covers  all dog training and dog behavioural problems.

AND right now, Dan offers a 3 Day $1 trial of the site that you can take advantage of.

Go and take a look for yourself, you will really enjoy his method of training, it's not hard at all and he cover the REALLY important topics on raising a puppy effectively.

It's a video diary of an amazing puppy who has turned out to be a fantastic dog.

Follow his lead, (pardon the pun) don't wait until you have problems with your dog, save yourself the stress and the cost of having to re-train when problems develop later on.

It's true that prevention is better than cure!

Sign up for  Doggy Dan's 3 Day $1 Trial of the Online Dog Trainer. You'll LOOVE it!

It's the complete dog and puppy training website where you can get it right the first time around.

CLICK HERE: To get access straight away! 

Help for Anxious Dogs

If you have an Anxious dog it doesn't matter what breed your dog is we can help.

Hemp oil can be just as beneficial for pets as it is for humans.

These days lots of people are using hemp oil for pets because of its many medicinal uses. In this article we will discuss how this natural oil can be used for this purpose. It is important that you are aware of how to go about doing this and what is involved before going forward.

History

People have been using hemp oil as a means of pet relief since ancient times. CBD oil for horses was fairly common when they were used for transportation many years ago. While the full benefits of this oil were not understood, it was sometimes given to animals as a means of relaxing them. Ancient peoples noticed that giving this oil to horses seemed to calm them when they became anxious or distraught. It was also used as a nausea remedy for various animals as early as 800 BC.

As the medicinal benefits and uses of hemp oil became more apparent, an increasing number of people started giving it to their pets. Today it has become a very common natural remedy that lots of pet owners are turning to. Even a number of veterinarians recommend it to their patients.

Effects

There are many benefits/effects of CBD oil for dogs and other animals, including:

Pain Relief

One of the most common reasons that people give hemp oil to their pets is to relieve pain caused by arthritis. The anti-inflammatory properties this oil contains has been proven effective with combating discomfort caused by this condition. Many dogs and even some cats develop arthritis as they get older, and hemp oil can make it more manageable.

Relaxation

Relaxed Sleepy Puppy

If your pet has issues with anxiety, CBD oil can be an incredibly effective natural treatment. It can help to relax certain animals, thereby improving the overall quality of their lives. Many dogs and cats have issues by anxiety for various reasons. It offers a natural and safe way to get this problem under control.

Prevents Seizures

Studies have also demonstrated that CBD oil can be very effective at preventing seizures in both humans and some animals. Even cats and dogs that suffer from this issue can benefit from this particular treatment in a big way. It can reduce the occurrence and severity of seizures, sometimes stopping them altogether.

Anti-Nausea

Another common reason that people give CBD oil to their pets is to treat nausea. It can soothe the digestive system of certain animals to reduce vomiting and intestinal upset. Sometimes this oil can also increase appetite in animals to help them maintain a healthy weight.

Immune Function

A Healthy Immune System Is So Important.

Giving your pet hemp oil on a regular basis can strengthen their immune system. This will enable them to fight off infections and disease more effectively for a longer and healthier life. It is due to the fact that this oil contains omega-3 fatty acids, which have been shown to improve overall immune function. This is a benefit that humans can also enjoy from consuming this oil.

Improved Coat and Skin

Hemp oil has been shown to help maintain a healthy coat and skin with dogs, cats and even horses. It has the potential to prevent certain skin infections and issues that can cause a lot of discomfort and serious health problems with these animals over time.

Precautions
As with any medication there are certain precautions you will need to take when administering CBD Oil to your Pet.
It's very important to start on a low dose, let your pet get used it and build up a tolerance, otherwise they could suffer nausea or other minor side effects.
It's also important to buy your CBD oil from a well established and trustworthy business, you need to make sure you know the concentration of the CBD you're buying for your pet, there are many places selling it.

But you need to know that not all CBD oils are made equal.
It is unlikely that your pet will experience any adverse side effects from the CBD but you should monitor them after administering it. Your Dog or Cat may become drowsy after being given a dose and this is normal.
But if they start vomiting, reduce the dosage or stop using it all together.
Always look for lab-tested products when shopping for CBD oil for pets. It's important to only give your pet a product that has undergone rigorous testing.

Safety
By following the directions above you can minimize the chances of any minor negative side effects. CBD Oil is natural and perfectly safe to give to your Pets.
Studies involving Hemp Oil and animals dates back over 40 years and the potential benefits definitely outweigh any possible risk in the majority of cases.

Legality
It's not illegal to give Hemp Oil to your pets but before purchasing CBD you should check that it is legal to possess the oil in the area where you live.

Conclusion
It is a fact that giving your Dog, Cat Horses or other pets Help Oil will be very beneficial, however, we ask that you pay close attention to the precautions given to reduce the chances of any negative outcomes.
CBD is a great Natural alternative to prescription medications.


If you would like to improve your pets well - being and overall health you should consider CBD as a natural alternative. 

I've found a company with what I consider to be the BEST blend of CBD for Dogs/Cats and Horses and it has a fantastic range of products which I'll show you at the bottom of this page.

I've read through the many Testimonials and you can view them on YouTube at the link below. 

https://www.holistapet.com/why-holistapet/cbd-oil-for-dogs-reviews-real-customers/

They speak for themselves, happy animal owners with pets that have truly benefited from these marvelous products. 

Here's a link to the products...  http://bit.ly/2WjBEq0

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