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July 20, 2020

What’s Better? Online Dog Training or Dog Training in person?

You may be surprised by the answer...

I get asked this question a lot, "is it a good investment to sign up to an online dog training website or are they better spending the money to hire a professional dog trainer in person"?

Well it is a good question,  and I'm going to point out the 4 key areas to consider. 

  1. Cost
  2. Quality of the solution
  3. Ease of use
  4. Support

Let’s take a look at it...

  1. Cost – Paying more does not mean it's better training.

Some folks are prepared to spend whatever it takes to get a solution for their puppy problems.

And that’s fine... I get it, you just want the best for your pup and ensure that they don't get injured by not paying attention to your instructions, or you may just want the peace back in your home.

You may not have hundreds and hundreds of dollars to throw at different dog trainers to get the solution you want and need.

Here's a true fact for you: Paying a lot of money does not guarantee that you will get a good dog trainer who can help you and your dog.

The Cost of a Dog trainer in person - Let me run some figures past you...did you know the cost of getting a dog trainer to come to your home can start at approximately $50 for the first hour?

(If someone quotes you less than this you'd have to wonder about their experience and skills) and it goes up from there, sometimes to as much as $500 for a couple of hours work.

The other thing you need to check is whether several sessions will be needed to get the results, because the total costs can be far higher than the initial visit.

It often goes like this... they get a foot in the door, make an assessment, form a relationship with you and your dog before explaining that your dog has serious issues and will need many sessions to correct it.

You may find that after several sessions you are out of pocket $500 and you've seen little improvement. This is very frustrating and disappointing when this happens.

Now with Online Dog Training the entry point is around $40 and this will give you access to an enormous  amount of information to help you.

This will include Videos, Audios and written support.

I know of one generous site that will even allow you to trial the site for just $1.

It's Professional dog trainer Doggy Dan’s video website

Here's the link https://tinyurl.com/y46wkrzu

It's one of the best I've come across, it allows you to take a look at the training before you actually pay the joining fee. How fair is that? it just shows how confident they are in their training methods

WINNER: Online Dog Training...

  1. Quality Of The Solution - you need to choose carefully.

We've seen an influx of dog lovers turning into dog trainers overnight, they may be a dog lover but this doesn't  necessarily make them a good dog trainer.

You wouldn't ask a taxi driver about your shares, just as you wouldn't ask your friend to train your dog, just because they like dogs...

The other point is that some people have managed to get qualifications but have absolutely no experience in dog training.

There are some fine dog trainers out there, but if you are going to look for one, make sure  you have reliable recommendations from people who have used them.

When a dog trainer comes to visit your dog in person, they have the advantage of watching the dog in action and observing them... which is helpful when trying to find a personalized solution to the problems. If they are experienced then they will also be able to tailor things easily to your home and personality.

Online Dog Trainer - The benefit  of using this method is you know your own dog and the problems it's having already and you'll be able to look for the video that will give you the answer.

You'll find the solutions are excellent, and it's done with love and care, no harsh treatments here. You only have to look at the sheer number of dogs and different breeds they have worked with and the many different problems they've dealt with, you're sure to find a quality solution for your pet.

In summary, no matter which option you choose,  do your homework first.

Talk to people who have used the service, get referrals and read the Testimonials from others.

Make sure they are genuine and recent.

If you want to see a great example of real customers raving about an online dog trainer, check out Doggy Dan's  site https://tinyurl.com/y46wkrzu

  1. Ease of use – Online dog training is easy because you can repeat the lessons as often as your puppy needs to.

You may be lucky enough to have a good personal dog training living nearby and this could be a great option, if you know how much you're going to have to spend from the beginning.

But I must warn you they are few and far between.

The worse thing is if you spend good money and still don't get the results you were looking for,

you then have to throw more money at the problem.

Something that many people love about an Online Dog Training website is the ease of use.

You can watch the videos any time day or night.

You may be at the dog park and need a reminder or suggestions that you can quickly implicate. Training on line means you can learn the methods any time, you don't have to keep appointments or eat up your valuable weekend time.

It means everyone can take part in reinforcing  the training too...

The other advantage of Online Training with videos, they are broken down into smaller half hour sessions, not huge 2 or 3 hour Marathon sessions  that are too much for you and the dog.

You'll often find the personal dog trainer will do this to maximize their travel time.

The winner is Online Dog Training...

  1. Support – It could become a problem with a personal dog trainer if you are paying extra after the initial training to have them come out again and again. You need to check this.

Ask if telephone or email support is available. Most Online Dog Training website include a forum where you are able to ask questions and receive answers.

Some Online trainers will allow you to upload a video to their forum of your dog behaving badly and ask them for an answer, the video will give them a good idea of what is happening with your dog.

As you can see, nothing can beat a good online solution when it comes to COST and EASE of use. With the amazing Technology available now making great easy to follow videos In all the areas of  dog training, Online training is the WINNER.

SUPPORT the quality of your support will depend on the solution you choose to go with and can vary tremendously.

Both options are able to offer exceptional solutions.

 Likewise, when it comes to the quality of the training, there are some great dog trainers and some great online solutions. The really important point here is... can you find a top class trainer nearby? and if not, then Online Dog Training is your answer.

It WINS in all four areas, Cost, Quality of Solution , Ease of use and Support.

You won't find a better site for value and quality than Doggy Dan's... here's the link again https://tinyurl.com/y46wkrzu

 Apart from offering the best quality and experience he also offers you the chance to ask questions in the forum that are answered by Doggy Dan himself, now that's a huge bonus!

With over 250 videos I would happily recommend his site for the full range of Dog Training  and for any Puppy Training problems.

He also offers a $1 trial, how good is that!

He includes an entire section on how to establish yourself as the Pack Leader, (without using fear or aggression) this is crucial for long term success.

Enjoy the site and take the $1 trial, https://tinyurl.com/y46wkrzu

 I know you're going to LOVE it!

May 30, 2019

The On Line Dog Trainer – Doggy Dan

Is Your Puppy Destroying Your Things?

Here are some great tips for training your dog from Doggy Dan's - The On Line Dog Trainer...

I LOOVVE the way he trains the dogs out of their bad habits, his technique is not harsh, he shows you how to have success the kind and gentle way without harsh punishment. 

Whether they're chewing and destroying things, wetting the carpet, pulling on the leash, being aggressive to other dogs and people, barking all day or digging holes, no matter what the problem is, Dan has the answer.


There are a few real keys to dog training, whether you are trying to train your dog to come when called, sit, stop barking or any other behavior.

 Understanding their importance is critical to achieving rapid results that are long lasting and help develop the bond between you and your dog.

The first is simple; you must win your dogs mind.

If you don’t achieve this first then you will be struggling all the way.

When I talk about winning your dogs mind what I really mean is that your dog looks to you for all the decisions.

Before you do anything else watch one of the amazing video sites that show you the 5 Golden rules to establishing yourself as the pack leader.

If you aren’t putting these in place then you are setting yourself up to fail.

Just at the crucial point where you really want your dog to listen they will go and do their own thing.

For sure your dog may play ball occasionally or even most of the time, you may even have a dog that is obedient 99% of the time, however if you want a dog who always listens to you and does as you ask then you need to win your dogs mind.

The second key to success is to motivate your dog.

It is really important that you discover what it is that your dog enjoys both in terms of exercise and play but also in terms of a reward. If you can make the experience enjoyable then you will both achieve more and look forward to training.

Some dogs love to fetch, others love agility, and other dogs simply love obedience training, or swimming out into water and retrieving.

At least to start with find out what your dogs love is and help them develop this, what I am saying is work with your dog. The other point to recognize is to make training enjoyable reward your dog.

The three main rewards are:

Food- anything from a single dry biscuit to a whole piece of sausage!

Affection- pats, cuddles, lots of high verbal praise

Toys- games, throwing a stick or object, chasing your dog etc

Your dog is always going to work harder if you are fair in your training. Even if you do not want to use food you should make sure that you use affection accordingly when your dog does well

If you want to use food rewards then always follow these simple tips:

Always vary food rewards

Do not give food rewards every time

Never let your dog know what the reward is

If your dog doesn’t come first time then do not give them the reward

The third key to achieving perfection is practice!

Learning how to encourage behavior that is closer to what you want than the last is the third key to success. Again this is where rewards come in so handy! Motivate and then show your dog what it is that you want and there is no need for any negative training!

One of the best sites that shows you all of this and more is The Online Dog Trainer, put together by top Dog Trainer, Doggy Dan. CLICK HERE: http://Koolco1.doggyd4n.hop.clickbank.net


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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