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New website offers a guide for dog training

All dogs trace their origins back to the wild

Almost half of all homes in the U.S. have at least one dog and a recent survey showed more than 49 million dogs live in the United Kingdom. Pleasant pooches can bring joy to a home but a dog that disobeys and destroys can try the most patient pet owners.

"The most important thing about owning a dog is for both dog and master to understand who is boss," said Wesley Atkins, who has created the website, dogobedienceshortcuts.com. "To make sure you are the boss in the relationship, you must train your dog to obey basic commands for everyday functions."

The website offers dog obedience training guides and tips for any type of problem including:

  •     Digging. Have you tried to have a beautiful flower garden but can't keep your pooch from tearing up the dirt? Learn what you can do to make your pup happy and keep your garden blooming.
  •     Aggression. Does your dog growl every time guests visit? Does your evening walk turn into a battle as your dog tries to attack every animal and person in site? "All dogs trace their origins back to the wild," Atkins said. "But with proper training, they can learn how to exist in your home and neighborhood peacefully."
  •     Jumping. When your dog jumps on you, he or she can ruin your clothes. Jumping on the furniture can cause damages. Learn how to stop your dog jumping and to "sit" and stay calm.
  •     Barking. Don't be in the house with the loud, barking dog that disturbs the entire neighborhood. Teach your dog when it is appropriate to bark and when he or she needs to be quiet.
  •     Chewing. Are you tired of finding your shoes, furniture and other items wet with slobber? Puppies are notorious for chewing whatever they find. Find out how to curtail this destructive problem.
  •     Biting. This is the scariest of all dog problems. Dog bites can hurt. Couple that with aggression and the results could be serious injuries or death.

"Dogs need to go beyond the basic commands of "sit," "stay" and "roll over," Atkins said. "This website provides advice that dog owners can use to improve the behavior of their pets so that they can have a better relationship."

The website also features reviews of products available online. Each product has been carefully selected, Atkins said. "All come with a money back guarantee too if you are not entirely satisfied," Atkins said. "These training guides and videos have been independently reviewed by us and we know the information will help you as you train your dog."

To learn more about how to train your dog, visit http://www.dogobedienceshortcuts.com.

For further information please contact:

Dog Obedience Shortcuts
Wesley Atkins
Flat 69, The Sphere
1 Hallsville Road
London, E16 1BE
Tel: 07947 559172


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