I had searched the net for a good (FREE - I never trust paying over the net) web-site for dog training but can't find any...can anyone help.
I had searched the net for a good (FREE - I never trust paying over the net) web-site for dog training but can't find any...can anyone help.

The best dog training is in person and isn't free. You can get free training tips on the web, but since a lot of training is timing and the body language, it is far better to find some place to take your dog and get some training.

Paula
"Anyway, other people are weird, but sometimes they have candy, so it's best to try to get along with them." Joe Bay
I had searched the net for a good (FREE - I never trust paying over the net) web-site for dog training but can't find any...can anyone help.

Your local library should have some good dog training books. If they can't get the book you want they will often be able to get it through inter-library loan. For most effective learning on your part you will want someone who can watch you and help you become more aware of when you are being too slow or too fast. A skilled observer can help you to avoid developing bad habits that make it more difficult for your dog to understand what is wanted. Usually people who provide a benefit to you expect some recognition of their efforts. If providing monetary compensation is beyond you then consider exchanging your own skills with them. What things of value and use of others can you give to them?

Diane Blackman
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I had searched the net for a good (FREE - ... web-site for dog training but can't find any...can anyone help.

The best dog training is in person and isn't free. You can get free training tips on the web, but ... and the body language, it is far better to find some place to take your dog and get some training.

Bah! Dog-training is based on a few well-understood principles. An excellent, free dog-training book is available at
http://www.irishdogs.ie / I'm glad I found this book when my dog was a puppy, because now at age 4 she is a perfectly behaved companion who eagerly obeys my every command.
I don't know what happened to the author's web site, but it seems to be out of commission.
Charlie