Dog training secrets to solve all your dog training problems

If you’ve got a dog, you’ll appreciate this story… A colleague of ours, Chet, recently got a brand new puppy he named Bauer…A cute little golden retriever, adorable, in fact. Glossy yellow coat, big sad eyes, and teeth like a piranha! Wow, could this puppy chomp! We casually talked about a few of the no-bite training techniques. But, to our surprise, Chet said he was addressing the issue a bit differently. In fact, Chet wanted to bet $10 he could train his new pup to stop biting in less than 24 hours — without ever TOUCHING the puppy, using nothing more than his voice. We were skeptical but not willing to doubt Chet’s training capacity.

To say we were impressed with what Chet accomplished with Bauer would be an understatement. In fact we were so impressed with Chet’s training secrets, that we convinced him to make his dog training tips available by online video to all of our CalloftheDog Blog and Website visitors! Because, while many so-called professional trainers require you to “punish” your dog, Chet’s system allows you to win the respect of your dog without ever touching it! And Chet’s already proved these secrets work for the toughest “mature” dog problems, too — like excessive barking, chewing, jumping, etc.

To watch his “no-touch” dog training videos, CLICK HERE. It’s certainly valuable information. So, we hope you enjoy it.

P.S. Don’t forget to sign up for Chet’s FREE Dog Training Video by email. He promised that it would be up for at least another 72 hours. This video is worth something for the free lesson alone, but it’s a FREE GIFT to all our CalloftheDog visitors. To get your FREE GIFT Dog Training Video, CLICK HERE.

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3 Responses to “Dog training secrets to solve all your dog training problems”


  1. 1 DOG_TRAINING July 23, 2008 at 11:02 am

    Correct use of the training leash is important, not only during training sessions, but at all times. Always having a loop over your thumb and your hand closed into a fist, prevents even the strongest dog from unexpectedly jerking the leash through your fingers and breaking free. Whether it’s the hand-loop or a loop formed by marrying the leash over your thumb, the result is the same. Pulling on the leash merely causes your grip to tighten

  2. 2 callofthedog August 5, 2008 at 4:59 pm

    Yes and thank you for mentioning it!

  3. 3 JOHN RYZAK January 29, 2009 at 6:08 am

    I enjoyed your blog it was very informitive, and the context was uniqe, and im sure this information will help everyone fortunet enough to read it, i apreciate anyone who takesthe time to put quality content in there blog. Nice job it was a good read. happy blogging.
    Comment by John Ryzak, sacramento ca.


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