“Does Your Labrador Ever Pretend to Go Deaf When You’re Giving A Command?”
You know how frustrating it can be to deal with an unruly dog. The chewing, the barking, the drooling, the digging, and their cute little faces staring right back at you as they ignore your every command. It’s enough to drive even the most loving of owners crazy from time to time.
I know this might be hard to believe, but turning your lab into the lovable house guest that everyone wants to be around can actually be easy, and fun. If you’re willing to follow a proven plan, and you haven’t been reinforcing the wrong behaviors by mistake, you can start seeing positive changes in your dog in just a couple of days!
Enter your name, and email address into the boxes on the right and I’ll share some little-known secrets that you can put to use immediately to stop your dog’s bad behaviors cold in their tracks.
- Are you ignoring your dog’s barking when they could be trying to tell you something? ( you may think they’re just being loud, but ignoring it could be putting them in real danger )
- You’ll discover a simple little separation anxiety trick you can use to make dogs of any age feel more secure – it’s like giving a security blanket to a child, and your carpets will absolutely love you for it.
- Did you wake up to find another bag of garbage all over the floor this morning? That’ll never happen again once you know the simple little “trash can trick” that’s used by guide dog trainers across the world.
If you’re finally ready to say good-bye to your dog’s problem behaviors for good, enjoy more of the time you’re spending with them, and finally stop worrying that they’re going to do something horrible every time you leave the house – you’re in the right place! You can have the perfect pet, and it’ll be a lot easier than you think …
Just enter your name, and email address in the boxes to the right, and I’ll show you how to turn your rowdy, trouble-making puppy into the perfect pal you’ve always wanted. You will receive a free copy of my Dog Training eBook with 90 tips to help train your Labrador.
Our photos of the Neutral Buoyancy Lab here: http://www.tested.com/science/space/456628-photo-gallery-inside-nasas-neutral-buoyancy-lab/ Remember that scene …
When Byron arrived for training, he pulled terribly on the lead, ran off after dogs and couldn’t respond to commands when distracted. www.adolescentdogs.com.