The information on the DVD is so on target. I now walk and am not dragged down the street, all in just two days. The DVD is a tool that no one should do without.
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Jeffersonville, IN (PRWEB) June 18, 2013
Today dog trainer Matthew Duffy, owner of White Fang Ventures, released the remaining chapters of his DVD series, Ten Natural Steps to Training the Family Dog. Matthew has more than 30 years of experience and is the mind behind the revolutionary “five manners” dog training system.
Each chapter in the series profiles key steps and commands to help owners learn how to quickly and effectively train their dog without spending hundreds of dollars on obedience classes. The lessons covered in the two-part DVD series include “Establishing Composure,” “Establishing Food Control,” and “Door Control,” as well as common but important commands such as “Down,” “Stay,” and “Come.”
“In this DVD series, I teach the basic principles of positive reinforcement necessary to shape your dog’s behavior,” said Duffy. “My job over the past three decades has been to help families minimize the challenge of dog ownership. Honestly, with a few environmental controls and the right kind of relationship development, anyone can learn how to manage their dog’s behavior.”
Joan W., who purchased the first DVD had this to say: “The information on the DVD is so on target. I now walk and am not dragged down the street, all in just two days. The DVD is a tool that no one should do without. Matthew Duffy, I can’t praise or recommend you enough.”
The ten lessons are split across two DVDs which can be purchased at WhiteFangVentures.com for $19.95 each. Customers who purchase a membership to the website for a low monthly fee can view the DVD contents in high definition and will also receive many extra bonus features, including a members-only canine aggression seminar.
About Matthew Duffy:
Working as a dog trainer for the past 30 years, Matthew Duffy has honed the art of communicating with man’s best friend. Through his then revolutionary idea of teaching his four-legged students five basic manners, he discovered that they became happier, more fulfilled and more reliable partners.
Regardless of whether a dog is being trained for the police or military, sport and competition, handicap assistance, or just as a family companion, Matthew encourages his philosophy of genuine control without rigidity by teaching the five manners. Because of the countless hours and thousands of canines Matthew has tutored, he has mastered his techniques and is now able to share them with dog lovers everywhere.