Free Dog-Training Ebook
How Dogs Learn:
4 Key Concepts to Remember
The most powerful way to motivate a dog is from the “inside out” leveraging canine learning theory.
Here, at your fingertips, you will find the most important principles of canine learning theory distilled into four simple concepts. As a result, this 17-page starter book will help you to …
Better understand your canine companion’s behavior.
Have more insight into how you can relate with your dog to promote responsive behavior.
Realize why certain training methods and tools are not only detrimental to training but also potentially harmful to your dog (and those around your dog).
Dog training isn’t “magic”. It’s science. And that means that once you realize how a dog actually “works”, then you will be better able to communicate what you want in a way that your dog understands.
With this book in front of you, you are looking at the first step into a brighter life-journey with your furry best friend.
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About the Author, Bo McGuffee
Bo is the founder/owner of Puppy Tutor Dog Training in Beloit, WI. His approach to dog training is force-free and pain-free. He never uses intimidation, fear, pain, or violence (a.k.a., “aversives”) to motivate a dog. When you train with him, you know that you are using a scientifically-proven framework and methods that take dog training to a whole new level.
But this approach is about more than just science for him. While force-free dog training is indeed the most scientific and effective training available, it is also the most compassionate. In Bo’s eyes, the primary value of force-free training lies in it being the only approach that truly respects and works with who the dog really is, thus harmonizing the canine-human relationship.
Train for life. Train with love.