Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Sit Stay Fetch - Is It Just Another Worthless Dog-Training Guide?

Sit Stay Fetch is meant primarily for those dogs that have some kind of behavior problem. Basically, this guide will come handy if you have a dog or a puppy who is not yet potty trained, jumps on people, is aggressive towards other dogs and so on.
Sit Stay Fetch is written in an easy-to-understand language with clear instructions. The author, Daniel Stevens, believes in soft approach to dog training. This means that you will learn how to communicate with your dog in a way it understands. The techniques, featured in Sit Stay Fetch Package, don't involve using force - instead, you will make your dog obey by listening to its natural instincts.
Besides solving your dog's problems, the guide will also help you teach your dog the usual commands (come, okay, no, wait, beg, fetch, sit and stay...). Sit Stay Fetch is a good decision if you would like your dog to:
- No longer suffer from separation anxiety,
- Learn proper potty etiquette,
- Respect your commands,
- Learn when it is the appropriate time to bark...
By applying the techniques from Sit Stay Fetch you will teach your dog how to adjust to the demands of a life in a modern, rural environment. Even though this is not the kind of book that will turn your dog into an agility champion, it will enable you to have the kind of relationship that you want with your dog. You will establish the status of leader of the pack and therefore earn your dog's respect. You have to remember one thing, though - it is not enough to just read the guide. Only when you apply the techniques from the book, you can expect to see results.
Andrea Logan writes reviews for a living. Among other things, she also writes for Digital Products Database. If you would like to learn more about Sit Stay Fetch and see other user ratings and reviews for this product, go to [http://www.dp-db.com/sitstayfetch-dog-training]Sit Stay Fetch Review.

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