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Saturday, October 23, 2010

How To Train A Dog Part I - When Pigs Fly!: Training Success With Impossible Dogs

No matter what your beliefs about how to train a dog might be, consider this statement at face value:
No breed of dog is inherently better at learning than any other breed or mix of breeds.
Wow! This statement is right out of When Pigs Fly!: Training Success with Impossible Dogs. And the author's assertion is backed by scientific research! Very mind boggling!

According to the author, Jane Killion, a "Pigs Fly" dog is one that is perceived as being difficult to train, but in fact, is easily trainable using the shaping behaviors described in her book.

This is not the only dog training book that describes shaping behaviors.

What makes this book unique is that the focus is on understanding why dogs do what they do. When you get that, shaping behaviors are much easier and make sense.

Not theoretical, but practical application of using shaping behaviors to train your dog to do what you want him to do - willingly and enthusiastically!

And the author has included ways to stop aggressive behavior.

A different dog training technique that works - as evidenced by the clear photographs in the book.

Buy This Book! Learn This Training Technique!