New dog? Here’s how to do puppy training at home

Adoptions are up but obedience training isn't quite as easy as it used to be.

Adoptions are up but obedience training isn't quite as easy as it used to be.
Adoptions are up but obedience training isn't quite as easy as it used to be. –StackCommerce

Dog adoptions are way up during this time of isolation, and who can really blame you for wanting to get a dog right now? But unless you want to be running all over Boston Common yelling Rufus’s name to try and get him to stop chasing squirrels and pigeons, you should also use this time to properly train your new friend. Obedience schools aren’t open yet, which means it’s all up to you.

Well, not all up to you. The Complete Guide to Puppy & Dog Training Bundle will give you the training you need to be a competent trainer for your new pup.

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This eight-course guide is led by Sharon Bolt, a top dog behavior expert and trainer to the stars. She was the featured trainer in the BBC’s documentary, Britain’s Most Embarrassing Pets, is the author of three training books, and has a regular slot on BBC Radio where she answers listeners’ doggy dilemmas.

Bolt knows her stuff, and in these courses, she’ll cover all aspects of training so you can get your dog into shape. You’ll discuss leash training, how to stop barking, and the best natural remedies and diets that you can give to your dog. There are even a couple of courses on how to become a dog trainer yourself if you find you have a knack for it.

Get your new pup into shape. The Complete Guide to Puppy & Dog Training Bundle is just $29.99 now.

Prices subject to change.

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