How To Turn Your Puppy Into The Perfect Dog

If you’ve been around people with dogs there would be a lot of talk aboutTurn Your Puppy Into The Perfect Dog raising a puppy to be the perfect dog. It’s a dream we all want but the question is…does a perfect dog exist?

Just as humans are not perfect, a perfect dog does not exist.

However, there are some amazing people out there, and there are some amazing dogs too. So, what’s the trick?

Here Is My Best Advice

Before signing up your new puppy to Puppy School to learn the basics, such as commando crawl, roly-polies, and high-fives, ask yourself, is this the way a dream dog behaves.

Is my dream dog a performing monkey whom I can command to do tricks when visitors come around in order to impress people.

The chances are if you focused too much on basic tricks for your puppy the next thing the dog owner need to do is warn the visitors “Don’t go near his food bowl when he’s eating”…”Careful when you pat him…don’t get near his head”…and ” Keep the children away from his toys…!”

It’s Crazy, isn’t it?

We focus so much on commands of ‘sit’ and ‘stay’ we never think about the really important stuff until it’s too late.

Want To Know Why?

The fact is, most dog trainers are stuck doing what everyone is doing…

They teach the same old tricks, sit, down, and stay!

It’s like a flock of sheep, everyone following each other and nobody asks WHY?

Think about this…has a dog ever been put down to sleep (euthanized) because they didn’t do a proper sit? Or because their down command was a bit slow? Or because they had a poor stay? No! Of course not…nobody cares about that stuff.

That’s what we all learn at puppy school! WHY?

But What About Aggression?

Sadly, more dogs are put to sleep because of aggression, barking, growling, and biting than any other reason. Dogs become aggressive to children, their owners, and strangers while this all could have been avoided.

There’s nothing more than a dangerous out-of-control dog, pulling you around on the leash, and ignore you when they’re off the leash. Then there’s the danger of your dog approaching a busy highway and other dogs.

Yet, very few dog trainers show you how to prevent this, because very few actually understand this themselves!

What Behavior Should A Well Trained Puppy Have?

For most people the dream of a perfect dog is the following 5 important behaviors:

1. To be calm around other animals including dogsA Well Train Puppy

2. Friendly around people including children

3. To be relaxed and obedient around the home

4. Be an amazing dog when called at the park

5. Well behaved when walking on the leash in public

Amazingly enough, this is not difficult to learn.

How Can This Be Achieved?

As I mentioned before, this is not difficult to learn, it’s not complicated or tricky…all thanks to Doggy Dan’s The Online Dog Trainer video website. 

Dan even offers a 3 Day $1 trial of the site that YOU can take advantage of, so I suggest you take a look at the site today!Achieving Puppy Training

Once inside you will see the most amazing collection of videos showing you exactly how to achieve this kind of perfect dog. Through a video, Doggy Dan shows you a diary of his 8 week-old puppy, Moses, guiding you through every stage of achieving all the things I mentioned earlier.

Doggy Dan has filmed his puppy growing up for an entire year and presented a series of lessons each week that your puppy needs to learn at each particular stage of the puppy’s life.

You get to watch and train your puppy at the right time, making sure problems do not come up later.

Can This Solve All Behavior Problem?

This website will cater any type of behavior problem that your dog may have once your dog is fully grown. Also covered besides behavior and training is the in-depth sections on health and food.

Doggy Dan’s site is truly amazing with over 250 videos inside. You will be shown exactly how to achieve those 5 important behaviors mentioned above and …much more!

How to raise a perfect dog by Doggy Dan.

Keep in mind, You can always continue to do what you’ve always done and get the same results or do something different and get the results you dreamed of. You can simply take the 3 Day $1 trial inside Doggy Dan’s site here, The Online Dog Trainer.

I hope you enjoyed this article and if you have any questions or want to leave your own personal review, leave a comment below.

6 thoughts on “How To Turn Your Puppy Into The Perfect Dog”

  1. I have not kept a dog before but I will plan to keep one once I move out to a new place. I always worry about behavioural issues that I have to potentially face such as peeing, chasing cats and pooping all over the place. I hope you will put up more content in the future, so that I can enjoy a good read before getting into dog ownership

    1. Hi Arthur,

      Thank you for viewing my post. I can understand the concern of behavioral issues when you even consider bringing home a dog. I will continue to post more tips in the future.

  2. We are far from the pup stage, having adopted our border terrier Indy some 7years ago when he was 5. But you are right, teaching a dog to manage and keep under control his aggression is as vital, if not more focal, than the ‘sit’ and ‘stay’ commands.
    When Indy came to us, he was very well mannered. With the exception, of course, of aggressive attitude towards some other dogs, and poor recall. We now do not leave Indy off the lead in an open space where other dogs may easily be in sight. And he has calmed down noticeably around other dogs – I suspect due to his age. But I wish retrospectively we had been better trainers with Indy at managing both of these issues for both his and our peace of mind.
    Giulia

    1. Hi Giulia,

      Thank you for viewing my post. I’m glad to hear your dog has calmed down and sounds like he’s relaxed now. Hope that both of you continue with peace of mind. I appreciate your comment.

  3. I agree completely. I take in dogs and watch them in my home as well as provide dog walking services. I have a few clients with puppies and they can sit and stay. BUT one, Joy just likes to jump and jump and jump and pull and drag. I can teach her all I want, but the owners do nothing. I am going to check out the website, because I do have a new dog that I need to work with. I am glad I found this post!

    1. Hi Matt’s Mom,

      Thank you for viewing my post. I’m glad you found this information helpful. I wish you much success in training your new dog. Once again…much thanks. Have a great day!

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