People don’t tend to value free things. This would be a costly mistake with these free dog training resources. You don’t need to hire a dog trainer to potty train your dog. You simply need the right plan. The free potty dog training guide is an excerpt from my book. If you’d like to buy it, I’d appreciate it, but I will give you the potty training section for free below.
The same goes for separation anxiety. Try these highly effective strategies yourself first. You can always hire a dog trainer later if you run into challenges. These free dog training tips for separation anxiety are time-tested and work. Every dog is different, so you must experiment a bit with which works for your dog. This is what trainers around the country do. Try them!
Last but not least, our leash handling lessons. This was a paid program, and now we offer it as part of our free dog training tips. Learning how to handle and hold dog leashes correctly makes a big difference.
Every dog finds forced isolation unpleasant. No dog enjoys you going to work and leaving them alone for eight to ten hours a day. Dogs are social creatures. While dogs sleep a lot and do need their alone time, most of the time, they would rather be with you than away from you. Some dogs just handle this separation better than others. These free dog training tips can save you a lot of money!
Potty training your dog is teaching it not to soil the home. It is often the first challenge dog owners face. Depending on your approach, you either have a good time with your dog during this phase or live through a peeing and pooping nightmare. Potty training a dog is not rocket science, but it does require consistency and commitment. This helps you make the process go smoother. Enjoy this free dog training guide.
Handling leashes correctly is an essential skill for any dog handler/owner. This is a free dog training video in basic leash handling and covers grips, thumb and finger locks, stance, line management, pressure/release, and some advanced tips for 6-ft leashes, long-lines, and retractables. This video was originally a paid product in 2015 and is now free.
Check back soon. We are adding more free lessons regularly. Also, check our Dog Training Learning Center for more free lessons.