The Power of Positive Dog Training Audiobook

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The Power of Positive Dog Training Audiobook – Pat Miller

Pat Miller, a well-known dog trainer, provides you with the positive training tools you need to ensure that you and your dog have a lifetime of fun, companionship, and respect.

Pat Miller’s The Power of Positive Dog Training Audiobook – Free English Audiobooks
You’ll learn how to develop a relationship with your dog based on friendship and positive reinforcement, rather than fear and punishment, by following her six-week basic training program. You’ll also receive:

The significance of observing, comprehending, and reacting appropriately to your dog’s body language.

Instructions for gradually reducing the use of a clicker and treats in order to introduce more advanced training concepts.

Suggestions for tasty treats that your dog will enjoy.

Whether you’ve never trained a dog before or are new to positive training, Pat’s method will show you that training your four-legged friend is simple, enjoyable, and effective.

Pat Miller

Pat Miller has been working with dogs for over 40 years.

Pat was the one who taught the family dog to sit, lie down, and jump over broomsticks in the living room when she was a kid. Her career has always involved animals, first as a horse trainer in Wisconsin, then as a Humane Officer at the Marin Humane Society in California for 20 years, and most recently as a Certified Professional Dog Trainer and Behavior Consultant. After five years assisting nationally acclaimed obedience instructor Judie Howard of Arydith Obedience, she launched her own dog training company on the West Coast in 1996 and relocated the Peaceable Paws Dog and Puppy Training Center to Chattanooga, Tennessee in the year 2000, then to its current 80-acre campus in Fairplay, Maryland, in April 2004. Pat earned her CPDT-KA certification as a professional dog trainer from the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers in September 2001, making her one of only 136 trainers in the world to do so, and her CBCC-KA certification a few years later.

Pat is also a freelance writer and author who contributes articles on dog behavior and training to The Whole Dog Journal on a regular basis. She also serves as the Training Editor for The Whole Dog Journal. Her first dog training book, The Power of Positive Dog Training, was published in August 2001 by Howell Book House and has been on’s «Best Selling Dog Training Books» list since January 2002. Positive Perspectives, Positive Perspectives 2, Play With Your Dog, Do-Over Dogs, How to Foster Dogs, and Beware of the Dog: Positive Solutions for Canine Aggression are her other books.

Pat began her long dog-training career using «old-fashioned» methods that relied on force-based tools and methods – jerks on the choke chain, harsh verbal corrections – and successfully earned numerous obedience titles with a variety of dogs, including a Rough Collie, a Bull Terrier, an Australian Kelpie, a Pomeranian, and Josie, her wonderful Terrier mix. Josie persuaded her to abandon force-free methods, and she is now fully committed to science-based, positive reinforcement training.

Pat lives in Fairplay with her husband Paul, two dogs (Sunny and Kaizen), three cats (Viva, Blue, and Monkey), four horses (Rafiki, Levi, Mikey, and Olivia), four chickens (Snap, Crackle, Pop, and Kellogg), and one pot-bellied pig (Snap, Crackle, Pop, and Kellogg) (Dexter). They also run Peaceable Pastures, a horse boarding facility.

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Sadly, millions of potentially great dogs are euthanized at animal shelters in the united states every year, simply because no one took the time to train them, but you can make sure this doesn’t happen to your dog. Great dogs don’t happen by accident. When you see an owner playing in the park with a dog who is playful and exuberant yet at the same time attentive, responsive and obedient, you can be sure that the owner has spent lots of quality time with his dog. When you train your dog, you establish a powerful bond that helps to cement the relationship. This bond is the critical difference between an unfortunate dog who ends up at a shelter because her owner is moving and can’t keep her and a dog whose owner would live in his car or on the street before he would consider giving up his faithful, four-legged friend.

Every dog has the power to be great. Will yours it’s up to you. Both you and your dog bring the power to succeed in the training adventure you bring the power to teach. Your dog brings the power and eagerness to learn what you teach few couples get married intending to divorce later on. By the same token, no one adopts a dog with the intention of getting rid of her several weeks months or years down the road.

When you adopt a dog, you enter into a social contract, whether you buy one from a breeder, find a stray on the street rescue a puppy from a cardboard box in front of the supermarket or select a homeless hound from the local shelter. You agree to provide for your dog’s needs for the rest of her life in exchange for her companionship and unconditional love, given that unconditional love is pretty hard to come by in this world you’re getting the better end of this bargain. By far, if you want to uphold your part of the contract, you must teach your dog the social skills necessary for her to adapt to the human world. You need to teach her good manners. Training takes a commitment of time and energy, but it’s easier and more fun than you might think.

So why don’t more people train their dogs? Surely everyone wants a well-mannered, canine companion and a new dog owner’s intentions are usually good. Many dog owners make a genuine effort to train their dogs only to give up because they find that training is more work or harder than they had expected. Training, however, can be fun learning how to communicate with your dog can be a joyful and awe-inspiring experience of mutual empowerment. It doesn’t have to feel like work, especially now that a whole new generation of dog trainers are teaching with positive reinforcement methods.

Positive reinforcement, training opens the door to your dog’s mind. It gives you and your dog the keys to understanding each other’s alien cultures by receiving rewards for desired behaviors. Your dog learns how to choose to do the right thing, rather than just how to avoid doing the wrong thing. She learns how to think. As you train your dog, you create a relationship based on trust and understanding.

You will also be thrilled and amazed by your dog’s, unlimited learning, potential and positive attitude. She can learn at the speed of light and, if you choose to teach her, you will realize that she is capable of performing incredibly complex behaviors. If you want to use positive methods to train your dog for the precision of obedience, ring competition, high speed, agility or canine freestyle competitions, you can do that too. Both of you will have loads of fun in the process. Once upon a time, i trained dogs using traditional jerk and pull choke chain methods, and i was good at it.

My dogs won competitions, achieving scores in the upper 190s out of a possible perfect 200 points. My teachers insisted that a little pain was necessary and a small price for my dogs to pay in order to ensure that they would be well behaved. Good, canine citizens. I believed them, then i learned about positive training methods. I discovered that i don’t have to hurt my dogs to teach them.

I crossed over to the positive side of training whether you have never trained a dog before, or you too are thinking about becoming a crossover trainer. You are about to embark on an amazing journey open your eyes, your mind.


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