Dog Training Guide
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Training a puppy or new dog when you first bring them home is critical. It is obvious that you need certain physical items such as a dog bed or crate, food and water bowls, puppy chow, collar, leash, toys, etc. Equally as important, all family members must decide and agree on routine, responsibility and rules. The first few days are extremely important because enthusiasm and emotions are up.
Most dogs are good at heart and capable of learning exactly how to behave. This app helps you learn the teaching method that works for them and helps you be consistent in how you approach their issues.
Obedience training is one of the most important aspects of raising a dog. In fact, a well trained dog is much happier because a trained dog requires fewer restrictions and gets more freedom.
For example, many stores and businesses that normally won't allow pets on their premises will make an exception for a puppy or a dog that will heel nicely by his owner's side, or will do a sit-stay or down-stay without hesitation.
When company arrives in your home, there's no need to send a well-behaved family member to another room for fear that he will be a nuisance. A well-mannered, obedience-trained dog is both appreciated and welcome; he receives more attention and interaction from family members, visitors, and people passing by.
You can even share your thoughts and training suggestions with other people using the app.
Includes a log book to keep track of your progress, shot records, food changes, or anything else you want.
Added a search button.
Added a section of Shake Hands.
Added a section on Find It.
Added a dog age calculator.
Added a log book to keep track of your progress, shot records, food changes, or anything else you want.
Added a section on Brushing Teeth.
Added a section for Homemade Treats.
Added three share buttons in the menu. You can now share your thoughts using the app hashtag.
Added information on anatomy, body language, and greetings.
Added information on clicker training.