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There is not much that compares to sharing your life with a four-legged bundle of joy is there? Considering the amount of unconditional love and affection that a puppy or even an dog can give, it is little wonder they are called man’s (or a woman’s) best friend.
Hands down it’s the first and usually the biggest problem most dog owners will encounter. Let me share a little something with you.
My name is Sharda Baker and I, like you, am also a dog lover. Most of my life I have been involved with dogs, and along the way I have also shared the frustration of trying to potty train a dog. The messes and the time involved can be so frustrating!
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Over time I have learned quite a few things about housetraining dogs. Most importantly, I have learned what works and what doesn’t work. I know how exasperating it can be to have to clean up puddles (and even worse!), no matter how much you love your dog or puppy. There are a lot of conflicting theories about potty training a dog and it can be confusing to know which will work and which are useless.
When you have a new dog, whether it’s a puppy or an dog that is experiencing problems with potty training, you want to solve the problem as fast as possible, right? The faster you can get your dog potty trained, the faster you will be able to completely enjoy the experience of sharing your life with a dog.
Housebreaking a puppy or an dog doesn’t have to be frustrating, and as I mentioned before, I have some tips that can help you and your dog to get through the process faster and a lot easier.
One of the first important lessons you will want to teach your dog is to help them learn when and where they can "take care of business".
If you’ve heard horror stories from friends about how long it took them to housebreak their puppy or you’ve had bad experiences in the past with housebreaking a puppy, I want to ure you that the process does not have to take forever!
You can housebreak your dog, whether it’s a puppy or an dog, in as little as 7 days! That’s right; within a week you can have your dog housetrained! In fact, often housebreaking a dog can be done in as little as 24 – 48 hrs but of course in truth some dogs will take longer. It will depend to a degree on their age and background plus what method of housetraining you use. Think for a moment.
Consider the amount of time and money you will save. You then won’t need to worry when friends come over that your dog might "have an accident’ and embarr you. You can then enjoy your puppy or dog and stop worrying about stepping in messes or your favorite carpet being ruined by a "whoopsy."
Yes you really can. It’s not just a hopeful wish, you really can put an end to the messes and frustration and the"Potty Training in 7 Days" guide can show you how.
Believe me, I’ve dealt with my fair share of dog messes over the years and I know what it’s like to then have that same dog’s behavior changed for the better.
Being a author of over a dozen dog ebooks and countless dog newsletter publications, I have got to hear from many hundreds of my readers, dog trainers and other dog professionals.
I have heard both their good and bad experiences in regard to all the many potty training techniques that are around today.
That’s why I have created the "Complete Potty Training in 7 Days Guide". This is the ultimate guide to potty training that will show you step by step exactly how to get your dog potty trained in just 7 days using effective and proven methods.
Nothing is left out; everything you need to know to get your dog potty trained within just 7 days is included.
No matter whether you have a puppy or an older dog, even a dog you brought home from the shelter, you will find everything you need to get your dog trained PRONTO! Not only does this guide include timely tips and advice for cleaning up messes that may have already occurred, but it also includes advice for overcoming some of the most common stumbling blocks that you may encounter while housebreaking your dog.
I know how frustrating it is to try and housebreak your best buddy and I don’t want you to have to go through that misery for… Read more…