“The opportunity to make these videos was exciting, as our trainers are thrilled to share their dog training expertise and skill at making training easy and fun with a wide audience."
New York, NY (PRWEB) December 27, 2012
Dog trick training is one of the best ways for dog owners and dogs to have fun together, to build trust and confidence, and to show friends and family how smart dogs really are! New videos from Andrea Arden Dog Training and Howcast make it fun and easy.
These 44 new videos are now available from Howcast on their site, YouTube channel and through other distribution network platforms. The guide, How to Teach Your Dog Tricks, features dog tricks including: getting a beer, opening a door, shaking hands, waving goodbye, dancing and much more. In 2003, Howell Book House published, Andrea Arden’s Little Book of Dog Tricks.
In addition to being loads of fun, there are practical benefits to dog trick training. It provides mental exercise by asking dogs to become creative thinkers and to learn and understand what owners want. It can also be a valuable source of physical exercise, improve attention, basic manners and obedience and may help to prevent and solve some dog behavior problems. Learn more about Andrea Arden and the experts at Andrea Arden Dog Training in this video. They include JoAnne Basinger, Katrina Krings, Mike Lustig and Andrea Arden.
“The opportunity to make these videos was exciting, as our trainers are thrilled to share their dog training expertise and skill at making training easy and fun with a wide audience. We appreciate the opportunity to work with Howcast, a leader in instructional, video content,” said Arden. This follows a successful effort between Andrea Arden Dog Training and Howcast in 2011 in producing a 24 video guide, How to Train Your Dog. These videos have been watched hundreds of thousands of times on Howcast, in YouTube and other Howcast distribution channels.
Known for high-quality content, Howcast streams tens of millions of videos every month across its multi-platform distribution network. Approaching two million downloads across iPhone, iPad, Android and BlackBerry phones, Howcast was the #1 mobile app for instructional content In 2011, a top 15 partner in ComScore’s YouTube video partners report and was named to Time Magazine’s annual 50 Best Websites list which praised Howcast’s videos for tackling topics “in a playful manner even when the subject is mundane and the advice is practical.” With more than 470,000 subscribers and 720 million video views of their content on YouTube, Howcast is a leader in the instructional video category working closely with YouTube, and content partners like Andrea Arden Dog Training, to deliver original, high-quality programming.
Andrea Arden is an Animal Planet pet expert, a Certified Pet Dog Trainer, a Certified Pet Partners Team evaluator for the Delta Society, and a certified evaluator for the AKC’s Canine Good Citizen test, as well as director of Andrea Arden Dog Training in New York City. Andrea is the author of five training books, was the behavior columnist for Dog Fancy and The New York Dog Magazines, and is a contributing writer for the AKC Gazette, Modern Dog, and numerous other publications. Andrea can be seen on Animal Planet's shows Dogs 101, Cats 101, Pets 101, America's Cutest Dog and America's Cutest Cat. She was named the best dog trainer in New York by New York, W, Time Out, and Quest magazines and the Daily News. You can visit Andrea’s website, email info(at)andreaarden(dot)com or call 212-414-9597 for more information.