The old fashion notion that puppies cannot begin training before 6 months has been disproved. Puppies are learning and doing more at an earlier age than previously thought possible.
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Smithsburg, MD (PRWEB) March 6, 2011
(PRWEB) February 28, 2011 -- TrainingRetrieverPuppies.Com is online, interactive and fully illustrated with streaming videos. Containing practical instruction on training retriever puppies for the home, sport or work Pat Nolan's program is based on thirty years experience training retrievers and the latest research in brain development.
The web site TrainingRetrieverPuppies.com contains step by step instruction covering topics of interest to first time puppy owners, hunters hoping to raise a dog for the duck blind and serious competitors aiming for a Retriever Field Champion.
TrainingRetrieverPuppies.com presents a motivational training approach designed to training that instills a desire to learn in puppies. Lessons designed to build retrieve drive, instill desirable character traits and teach the puppy rules that will prepare her for a life afield or in competition.
The old fashion notion that puppies cannot begin training before 6 months has been disproved. Puppies are learning and doing more at an earlier age than previously thought possible. However, puppies are not just little dogs. The timing of lessons and the structuring of puppy training is different and important.
Training Retriever Puppies is designed to be a resource for both experienced and first time puppy owners. Training Retriever Puppies is the first in a series of online training manuals Pat Nolan has scheduled for release this spring. Training Retriever Puppies is on FaceBook.
About Pat Nolan
Pat Nolan, professional trainer, author and retriever consultant to units of the DOD, shares training articles, tips and video clips proven techniques for raising retriever puppies on TrainingRetrieverPuppies.com.
Nolan has trained dogs since 1975 and retrievers for hunting and field trials since 1980. Nolan has a Master Falconer Permit. He has trained animals for film and TV. He has trained dogs for obedience, protection and for specialized projects for the US government. He has had lifelong passion for acquiring and using the most efficient and effective training techniques.
Nolan operates Ponderosa Kennels with his wife Cynde in Western Maryland where he trains retrievers year-round. For many years, Nolan and his family followed the retriever field trial circuit spending winters in South Carolina and summers in Canada and Vermont. Nolan retired from competing in retriever field trials in 1999. Still actively training retrievers for hunting and competition, his clients run their own dogs in competitions now.
Pat Nolan co-authored of WaterFowl Hunting Published by the NRA. Nolan has been published in the Retriever Field Trial News, The Labrador Retriever Club, Inc YearBook and in Golden Retriever News.