Your Questions About Dog Training Books

Richard asks…

Is it Possible to Train Your Dog Yourself?

I Was Planning on Buying One Of Those Dog Training Books To Train My Dog. But before i Do, i Just want to Know if Its Possible To Train Your Dog if You’re Not a Professional. And i Don’t Want to Spend A lot Of Money on a Dog Trainer.

admin answers:

Yes, when I looked into training my dog I found a website that has been very helpful.
They have lots of free information. Then there are DVD’s that teach you how to train. Good Luck!
With the help of the DVD’s I was very confident and successfull in training my dog.

Chris asks…

i try very hard to train my chow chow but he still fails to learn. What is the problem?

I am not able to train Cinnamon regardless of how much effort i put. I followed everything as the dog training book (which i bought from suggested but Cinnamon still fails to learn anything.

I don’t think he has any intelligence or memory. He forgets the commands too fast. I spend 45 minutes daily from 1 pm to 1:45 pm trying to train him but my energy and efforts get wasted.
he is 5 months old

admin answers:

Chows are intelligent. Training takes time with them because they are intelligent (some say they are cat like) and will tend to do what they want to do. Keep at it, it will take some time, but eventually it will all fall into place. Remember consistency and patience.

Joseph asks…

What is the best Ceasar Millan book for training a new puppy?

We are in the process of adopting a new puppy. I love Ceasars philosophy on dog training– but he has quite a few books. If anyone has used one to help train their puppy and liked it please let me know! Thanks
What is up with the Ceasar hatred? Is there something I should know.
If not Ceasar than who- any help I can get means a happier puppy – happier world. Thanks!

admin answers:

Absolutely none. Read the link I posted in your last question for more information on Dominance Theory, which is what Cesar uses.

Good trainers/behaviorists authors:

Jean Donaldson
Ian Dunbar
Pat Miller
Patricia McConnell
Ali Brown

To name a few.

Books: Idiots Guide to Positive Dog Training by Pam Dennison
The Power of Positive Dog Training by Pat Miller

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