I’m seeing way too many new dog trainers out there who think that dog training is a quick and easy lifestyle change. I’m here to tell you that dog training isn’t the easy option you think it is. I get it. Life is too short to be stuck in a job you hate. You’re looking […]
My plan for this post was to list my favourite dog books. But as I started to list dog book after dog book, I began to see a pattern emerging. I was lisiting my life in books. Remembering the books that I loved as a child. Through to when I started to learn about training.
Coming up . . . Epiphany I had an epiphany! When recently stocking up on decorating supplies I decided to include a small step ladder in my order. Don’t know what prompted me to do this, but as I clattered it out of the van I wondered if I’d made a rash purchase. As the
“You can’t learn dog training online” I’ve heard this a few times, most recently just a few weeks ago. And it got me thinking about how I learned about dog training. The vast majority of my learning experience has been reading, listening and watching. Practical and physical Dog training is a physical and practical activity.