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Shvoong Home>Internet & Technology>Sitstayfetch (Dog Training) Review

Sitstayfetch (Dog Training)

Book Review   by:spotdot     Original Author: Daniel Stevens
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The SitStayFetch books have been a tremendous help to me in gaining more control over my two dogs  Abbie & Teddy especially as they were rather defiant at times.

Both dogs are very loving, fun and loyal but I've had to get a dog behaviourist out in the past as  Abbie's a rescue dog, has a nervous disposition and a habit of going bonkers through fear by barking, growling and trying to nip/bite. I think she was abused before I got her as she is extremely scared of children and doesn't particularly like strangers and other dogs. She loves the family and those she knows but it was/is really worrying so the fear biting section has been great for tips on dealing with that.

They know now who's the alpha and don't try nearly as much nonsense as they used to. Obviously I'm not expecting them to change overnight, I realise I have to be rigorous in the re-training but so far they're coming along great!

I really wish I'd heard/got the SitStayFetch books years ago, in my opinion no dog owner should be without a copy. They're brilliant, very easy to understand/follow and they results are amazing!

Published: June 04, 2008   
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