If your dog has been known to knock people over, beg for food or carelessly race throughout your house, proper pet training is the key, and much easier than you'd think.
Pinckney, MI (PRWEB) October 16, 2009
Barry Piper is undoubtedly a dog person. He has owned and trained three American Black Labs, which are of a taller and leaner stature than English Labs. Although he prefers big dogs, having such a build makes it easier for them to root through food in preparation on the kitchen counter tops. It also makes their tails just the right height to conveniently knock over trash cans and light-weight furniture. And if the dog is hyperactive or stubborn due to a lack of proper training, its destruction can be even more hazardous.
Fortunately, Piper never had such misfortune with his animals. His training methods -- used on all three of his dogs -- have proven to be successfully invaluable. In an effort to rescue other pet owners from the nightmare of disobedient pets, he launched http://www.TrainingBlackLabs.com in April of 2009.
"Large-bread pet owners who don't spend the time to train their dog to respect them, and other humans, can face obnoxious and out-of-control behavior from their animals," Piper said. "If your dog has been known to knock people over, beg for food or carelessly race throughout your house, proper pet training is the key, and much easier than you'd think."
His Web site provides a variety of training books, DVDs and tools to ensure that every pet owner can find the best strategy for their dog. Shoppers can browse through an assortment of leashes, whistles, shock collars as well as an abundance of pet medications and nutrients, shampoo and pet deodorant to aid them in their training while keeping them healthy and happy. Piper also plans to add hard-to-find and specific training books geared toward pet owners who take their dogs hunting, use them to work in the field or are simply looking for advanced tricks to teach their dog.
Customers are encouraged to visit http://www.TrainingBlackLabsBlog.com, the Web site's most recent addition, which is an interactive blog that features information about general dog maintenance and health, dog foods and things to avoid and Piper's personal training tips.
"The most important thing between a dog and his owner is the bond they share; dogs should look up to them lovingly, and not in fear," Piper said.
About the Company:
TrainingBlackLabs.com is owned and operated by expert dog trainer Barry Piper.