Dog Training Problems


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 Dog Training Problems web site will offer you a wide range of subjects to help you solve your dog training problems. It is all too easy to let little habits develop into annoying bad habits that ere then more difficult to alter. Dog Training Problems alerts you to amusing actions, which will turn into annoying habits. You just need to know what to look out for.



Do you realize that you are probably giving your dog the wrong signals?  So Dog Training Problems will help you understand your dog’s character better. You will be able to give him the right signals at the right time, improving communication between you. Dog Training Problems will tell you how important it is for you to be the “Alpha” dog in your pack.

Click on Understanding Your Dog  tab in the side menu.



Have you just bought a puppy home? Dog Training Problems can show you how to take the stress out of the early days, showing you how to gain your puppy’s trust, which can accelerate his learning. Learn how to avoid the chewing problems, a period which all puppies go through, it is unavoidable, but in the Dog Training Problems, puppy article you‘ll learn how to avoid the worst of it.

 Just click on Dog Puppy Training  tab in the side menu.


How about having a bit of fun. Visit the Dog Training Problems, “ Agility” article, where you learn how to get started, in the most enjoyable way to bond with your dog. The greater your bonding with your dog the easier he will be to train. He will listen to you more, and therefore be more attentive

Just click on the Dog Agility tab in the side menu. 


Dog Training Problems encourages you to be a responsible dog owner.  One of the most anti social habits a dog can have is being aggressive. So many people think their dog will never bite.  Please don’t wait for the first time, for it to happen, understand that under a series of unfortunate events all dogs will turn, if only out of fear. Dog Training Problems helps you to learn to recognize the very early symptoms.

Just click on the Dog Aggression tab in the side menu.


Dog Training Problems has many other articles and is constantly adding new ones to help you.


Enjoy your training


A Happy Dog is a Happy Owner.


You are welcome to use this article written by Valerie Dancer, for your website or publication. Providing it is copied in it’s entirety, including the web site address, linking back to us.

Copyright 2006





Here is what others are saying:

"My 105 pound Newfie would steal food from the dinner table, and then viciously snarl and bite if I tried to take it away.  But after using the techniques in your program, Secrets of a Professional Dog Trainer, my dog will now let me roll him on his side and take ANYTHING out of his mouth!  Your tricks really work wonders.   I'm convinced that you are one of the best dog trainers around!" -- Barbara Allen, Santa Ynez, CA


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-- Dan Gallapoo, Dayton, Ohio  


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-- Gene Varner, Texas