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"Housebreaking a dog has been made easy in the form of this book. I had
recently purchased a puppy and was looking for methods on training my new dog. Following the steps
in this book had my new puppy fitting into the household in a matter of days!"
- Paul Johnson, Maryland, USA
If you have a new puppy, or even a full-grown dog which hasn't caught on to where his bathroom is, you're not
alone. In the wild, puppies depend upon their mother, and other members of their pack, to show them where the
"bathroom" is. Your problem is that your puppy doesn't have those mentors around to help him figure it out. So,
unless you want a smelly house, and you want to spend your days cleaning up messes on the rugs and floors, you've
got to step in and assume the role.
Believe it or not, your dog doesn't want to make messes around the house. He really does want to have one place
to do his "business." In fact, it's a natural instinct. The only problem is, he doesn't know where that "one place"
is. The problem is, we're not dogs, so we don't have any idea how to communicate specific concepts like where to go
when it's time for your dog to relieve itself. What's worse, when our dogs have an "accident", we respond in an
entirely wrong manner.
Dogs don't get yelled at in the wild, and they don't get whacked on the nose with rolled-up newspapers
There is a training and discipline methodology that dogs naturally respond to, and they have been responding to
that methodology since the first dog arrived on the planet and had puppies.
On the other hand, once you understand how dogs learn in the wild, you can quickly and easily get your dog to go
exactly where you want him to without stressing out yourself, your family, or your dog.
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