How to Train Your Dog

Transform Your Dog's Behavior and Strengthen Your Bond Forever A Dog Training Book

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Pub Date 30 Jan 2024 | Archive Date 31 May 2024
Rodale Inc., Rodale Books

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Everything you need to know to tackle your dog’s behavioral issues and understand how your dog thinks, from the trainer behind social media sensation Southend Dog Training

Do you wish you could get your dog to behave better? Southend Dog Training founder Adam Spivey can help. In this indispensable book, he helps you build a better connection with your dog at any age and solve any behavioral issues with simple, proven training techniques. He won’t just tell you what to do to get your dog to listen to your commands; he will also help you to understand how your dog thinks and why they might be struggling with certain things.

How to Train Your Dog will help you and your dog with

• Leash training, recall, and reactivity when you’re both out and about
• Jumping, excessive barking, and reactions to the TV or doorbell
• Dos and don’ts for households with children and/or multiple dogs
• Chewing, biting, and destructive behavior
 
Whether your dog is old or young, from a breeder or is a rescue, and has big or small issues, Adam’s inimitable straight-talking approach will get you to a better place with your best friend.
Everything you need to know to tackle your dog’s behavioral issues and understand how your dog thinks, from the trainer behind social media sensation Southend Dog Training

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ISBN 9780593797303
PRICE $18.00 (USD)
PAGES 144

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Miigweetch NetGalley and Rodale Books for sending this book for review consideration. All opinions are my own.

​​"How to Train Your Dog" by Adam Spivey is a game-changer for dog owners seeking practical, effective solutions to behavioral challenges. As the founder of Southend Dog Training and a social media sensation in the canine training world, Spivey brings his wealth of experience to this indispensable guide. The book not only provides clear and proven training techniques but also delves into the intricacies of understanding your dog's thought processes, creating a lasting and meaningful connection.

Spivey's expertise shines through as he tackles a broad spectrum of behavioral issues, from leash training to reactivity, excessive barking, and even reactions to stimuli like the TV or doorbell. The dos and don'ts for households with children and multiple dogs add a thoughtful layer to the training process. What sets this book apart is Spivey's straightforward approach, making it accessible to dog owners of all levels of experience. Whether you have a new puppy or a senior dog, Spivey's insights and techniques are adaptable, making it a valuable resource for a diverse range of canine companions.

I highly recommend "How to Train Your Dog" to dog owners looking to deepen their bond with their furry friends while addressing behavioral challenges. Spivey's down-to-earth style and comprehensive coverage of common issues make this book suitable for anyone seeking effective, humane, and proven training methods. While the book doesn't shy away from the complexities of dog behavior, Spivey's guidance makes the training process approachable and achievable. This book earns a solid 4.5 out of 5 stars for its practicality, clarity, and the transformative impact it can have on the relationship between dogs and their human companions.

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