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Was very pleased by the outcome of my and my dog work.


I’m very impressed with this book because anyone can follow it.


Most of the “tricks” are not things i’ll do with my beagle, but it’s given me hope that he can be successful at least with the basics.


Exactly as expected and the troubleshooting tips are extremely helpful.

Competitiveness


Plus in all my years with dogs, i never bothered much with cutsie trick training.

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  • This product had a total of 3,454 reviews as of our last analysis date on Mar 24 2021.
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    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    I like how the book tells you want to do, the gives you step by step instructions, followed by pictures to give you a visual.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    Wish i'd done it before i wasted $249 on a clicker training session with a big shot bitchy, trainer in the parking lot of a now defunct pet store where an extremely unfortunate parvo death occurred between lessons 1 & 2, handled by sending urgent emergency, contact your vet emails (which got stuck in spam mail) to the other 5 class members.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    I know, given the title, i should probably not have expected a lot of dog behavioral theory, and honestly, i didn't.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    Thats great, until my dog opens doors i don't want him to (in the middle of a michigan winter and he runs out into the wild blue yonder while i am at work, leaving said door wide open for the next 6 hours).


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    And i'm sorry to say this, but a 100# german shepherd, when faced with a choice between obeying a command that he has recieved tons of positive reinforcement and knows well, or with answering his innate prey drive chasing a bunny down the road will not always choose wisely.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    Its helped me with a few things, but from experience, i feel like i have to say, trainer beware: start with other training books to get a handle on building a partnership with your canine companion.

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