Thanks to its unique revelations not offered in any other dog training book, this Puppy 101 has already become a bestseller in its category on Amazon.com - sometimes ranking as high up as rank 4. Thus, this free promotion the coming weekend is a fantastic chance for anyone with a dog or the aspiration to get a dog to get their hands on this down-to-earth canine training book.
Avid readers will remember that the Puppy Development Guide was authored by Tim Carter of MyGermanShepherd.Org who publish an in-depth weekly Periodical featuring a specific topic. So when Tim wrote this concise puppy guide he could of course draw on enormous experience. Accordingly, this book actually is not just about puppy training but rather about relationship building with your dog. This is also reflected in the book title: "Puppy Development Guide: Puppy 101 for Dog Lovers - The Secrets to Puppy Training without Force, Fear, and Fuss".
Tim shows that when we follow this entirely gentle and relaxed puppy training approach, no matter which breed, puppies would respond much quicker. He draws some fascinating parallels between litter socialization and family socialization, and explains in plain English how we can become our dog's accepted pack leader - and why this acceptance as pack leader, and not merely becoming the pack leader, is so crucial for the dog-human relationship.
The author continues to explain that it's this acceptance issue in the puppy's pack (our family basically) which puts enormous stress on the dog because, after securing food, the second most important canine trait deep in their genes is the desire to belong to a pack. Either as a pack member, or as the pack leader. And already a young puppy would, every day anew, seek to establish itself as the pack leader, unless we clearly show the pup through certain consistent behavior of ourselves that we are indeed the pack leader.
This consistent behavior must cover the fundamental areas of the life of a dog: It must be embedded in our feeding routine, in the pup's natural desire to seek our attention, and in our leash training - among others. Of course the book shows exactly what we need to do to communicate this pack leadership to our puppy in order to be its accepted pack leader. Once we have achieved this, Tim says, developing our puppy to become the dog we want is a snap.
Our readers can get this fascinating and handy puppy guide for FREE between March 9 to 12 at the following web address: http://www.amazon.com/