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webDogTrainer.com/Blog http://www.webdogtrainer.com/blogs Imagine Life with a Well Trained Dog Fri, 17 Aug 2012 19:18:56 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.7.1 en hourly 1 Donation to -CARA Rescue (Over $215 worth of books) http://www.webdogtrainer.com/blogs/?p=668 http://www.webdogtrainer.com/blogs/?p=668#comments Fri, 17 Aug 2012 19:18:56 +0000 admin http://www.webdogtrainer.com/blogs/?p=668 Thanks for all you do CARA Rescue!

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Imagine Life With A Well Behaved Dog is listed #1 in 2011! http://www.webdogtrainer.com/blogs/?p=667 http://www.webdogtrainer.com/blogs/?p=667#comments Tue, 13 Mar 2012 15:19:45 +0000 admin http://www.webdogtrainer.com/blogs/?p=667 Just found out My book, “Imagine Life With A Well Behaved Dog” is listed #1 for positive dog training books in 2011! It’s even #8 in the top 20 books about dogs in 2011, and that’s including fiction! http://petsadviser.com/misc/best-selling-dog-books-2011/

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Review from Top Dog Training Books Website http://www.webdogtrainer.com/blogs/?p=666 http://www.webdogtrainer.com/blogs/?p=666#comments Tue, 13 Mar 2012 15:17:49 +0000 admin http://www.webdogtrainer.com/blogs/?p=666 Imagine Life with a Well-Behaved Dog: A 3-Step Positive Dog-Training Program

Imagine Life with a Well-Behaved Dog: A 3-Step Positive Dog-Training Program, written by Julie Bjelland, is a highly effective guide which may become your most important tool in achieving a positive and rewarding relationship with your dog, regardless of his age or breed. This book has received the highest praise by happy dog owners because the program really works. Many shelters and breeders believe so strongly in the benefits of this manual that they provide it with every adoption.

Imagine Life with a Well-Behaved Dog provides step by step, clearly defined instructions in an easy to use, well organized format. This book is packed with useful, practical information written in a conversational style. There are lots of examples of ways that owners inadvertently reinforce bad behavior, plus examples of how owners have corrected behavior problems. Even veteran dog owners will learn new tips. Topics that aren’t usually covered by other dog training books are addressed, such as the cost of dog ownership, or choosing a dog that matches your personality.

Imagine Life with a Well-Behaved Dog is the book for you if you want to use only positive techniques to kindly and gently train your dog. Julie focuses on how your feelings are important in getting your dog to obey. Julie’s philosophy is to reinforce positive behavior and to use redirection or inattention to discourage bad. Julie’s methods will transform your dog into a happy, well-behaved dog that will enrich your life.

Besides being very knowledgeable about training dogs, it is obvious that Julie loves dogs and derives satisfaction from helping dog owners get the most out of their relationships with their dogs. You will gain insight into why dogs act the way that they do. You will learn how your dog picks up on your emotions and anxieties, and that by relating to your dog in a calm and patient manner, your dog will respond positively. Julie recommends not rushing and sometimes taking a step backward if necessary. She has included a chapter on “Fun things to do with your dog”, because isn’t that why you have a dog in the first place?

Imagine Life with a Well-Behaved Dog comes with something no other dog training book has ever offered – individualized help from the author. After you have read the book, if you have questions about your dog you can contact Julie on her website and she will personally answer your email. For this reason alone, this book is worth the investment many times over.

About the Author: Julie Bjelland has fifteen years of dog training experience. She spent several years working with Guide Dogs for the Blind where she trained dogs and taught people how to handle their guide dogs. She has had a successful career as a private dog trainer because she relates equally well to people as well as dogs. Very dear to her heart is her work in rescuing shelter dogs.

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Tough and Long Last Dog Toy http://www.webdogtrainer.com/blogs/?p=665 http://www.webdogtrainer.com/blogs/?p=665#comments Tue, 27 Dec 2011 21:36:59 +0000 admin http://www.webdogtrainer.com/blogs/?p=665 VIP Products has done it again with the Ultimate 3Way Tug Toy for dogs. I have tested it out with Cody, my tough “dog tester” and he gives it 5 paws! I am always on the look out for tough and long lasting dog toys to recommend to my readers. That’s the second dog toy I have recommended from VIP Products. Here’s a link if you want to check it out: https://www.vipproducts.com/retail/files/index.php/categories/view/465/3way-tug

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Over $5000 Donated http://www.webdogtrainer.com/blogs/?p=662 http://www.webdogtrainer.com/blogs/?p=662#comments Wed, 14 Dec 2011 17:12:03 +0000 admin http://www.webdogtrainer.com/blogs/?p=662 I have donated over $5000 worth of books to animal rescue groups across the country.  Thank you for all the hard work you do and your dedication for saving animals!

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Best Reviewed Positive Dog Training Book http://www.webdogtrainer.com/blogs/?p=658 http://www.webdogtrainer.com/blogs/?p=658#comments Wed, 14 Dec 2011 17:09:06 +0000 admin http://www.webdogtrainer.com/blogs/?p=658 Imagine Life With a Well Behaved Dog is currently the best reviewed positive dog training book on Amazon.  It has been wonderful hearing from readers all over the world about how the book has helped them have a better relationship with their dogs.   My mission of saving dogs by keeping them in their forever home is working!  Great job everyone for all the hard work you put into training your dogs and for the commitment and patience it takes.

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Donated another $225 to… http://www.webdogtrainer.com/blogs/?p=647 http://www.webdogtrainer.com/blogs/?p=647#comments Wed, 14 Dec 2011 16:27:35 +0000 admin http://www.webdogtrainer.com/blogs/?p=647 Donated $225 of books to Carolina Animal Rescue and Adoption in Sanford NC, a 501(c) 3 non profit animal shelter. They have a booth at a local store where the proceeds of items sold go 100% to their shelter. On average they house 20-30 cats and dogs, and have a very successful adoption rate :)

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Donated $225 worth of books to… http://www.webdogtrainer.com/blogs/?p=643 http://www.webdogtrainer.com/blogs/?p=643#comments Wed, 14 Dec 2011 16:23:31 +0000 admin http://www.webdogtrainer.com/blogs/?p=643 Donated $225 worth of books to Carolina Border Collie Rescue (CBCR)-thanks for all they do!

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Dog Toy Recommendation for Tough Chewers http://www.webdogtrainer.com/blogs/?p=640 http://www.webdogtrainer.com/blogs/?p=640#comments Wed, 14 Dec 2011 16:18:51 +0000 admin http://www.webdogtrainer.com/blogs/?p=640 Do you have a dog that is a strong chewer? I have found very few toys that stand up to my tough chewer, but did come across one that I wanted to let my readers know about. This company actually has tough scale ratings up to level 10. I tried the level 9 and my dog was able to fray the edges, but has not ripped it apart-I consider that a success. The squeaker is still in it months later! I was impressed with this product and even contacted the company to try out some more products so I can let you all know what works. I will keep you updated. https://www.vipproducts.com/retail/files/index.php/categories/view/35/ring/product:32

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Donated over $500 of books to Loving Companions Animal Rescue http://www.webdogtrainer.com/blogs/?p=633 http://www.webdogtrainer.com/blogs/?p=633#comments Mon, 21 Mar 2011 00:52:55 +0000 admin http://www.webdogtrainer.com/blogs/?p=633 Donated over $500 of books to Loving Companions Animal Rescue in Alaska. They have been seeing a lot of dog’s given up to the shelter lately due to recent military deployments.

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