This site is linked right here on the board, so I am curious if anyone has tried it and if yes, what you think of it. I clicked the link, and I guess you get some free tips to start with, but you will need to pay for it if you want the real deal - just thought I should ask before I spend the money.
Spend that money on an obedience class or a trainer that comes to your house. (would you send your child to 'the AMAZING MATH TEACHER GUY" website, or Mr. Smith, who has real credentials that you can verify?
If you haven't been to puppy obedience classes yet, do that before you spend anything on training books, CD, whatever. There is wonderful help right here in the training forum, and all you have to do is ask a question for a specific issue and the responses will fill your memory capacity.
Hershey Kisses, In charge of getting Ed out to the dog park so that he gets some exercise.
It's only linked on the board because google ads put it there.
I would most definitely spend the money on a trainer in your area instead, you'll get much more for your money.
Baloo - 5 year old black lab
Peanut - 7 year old minpin
Monster - 3-ish year old frenchie/jack, rescue
I would question anyone who hailed themselves as the "Amazing Dog Training Man". I don't even need to look at the website to guess that it's a load of crock. Don't waste your money. You can get dog training tips on this forum - for free.
Wonder how much more business I'd get if I labelled myself "STUPENDOUS HOT TRAINING CHICK"
Mwahaha. You'd have the menfolk queuing up outside your front door.Wonder how much more business I'd get if I labelled myself "STUPENDOUS HOT TRAINING CHICK"
Got my credit card ready!!! What is your website? Can you help my dog hold angle-back casts uphill and into the wind? ;DOriginally Posted by kaytris
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Sign me up... Will you travel??Originally Posted by kaytris
Depends on what you're training ;D ;DWonder how much more business I'd get if I labelled myself "STUPENDOUS HOT TRAINING CHICK"
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