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by Dick Maller

  • Author: Dick Maller
  • ISBN: 0860510468
  • ISBN13: 978-0860510468
  • ePub: 1413 kb | FB2: 1963 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Pets & Animal Care
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Distribution Services (September 7, 1978)
  • Pages: 146
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 443
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21 Days to a Trained Dog ePub download

Twenty-One Days to a Trained Dog. by Dick Maller. No one is more qualified to teach you how to train your dog than Dick Maller, president of the .

Twenty-One Days to a Trained Dog. Professional Dog Trainers' Association and operator of the famous Maller School for Dogs, whose dogs have won over 100 awards and have appeared in movies and on television. Here is his easy-to-follow, effective, and above all, humane approach to training your puppy or full-grown dog in only 21 days.

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Seeing Eye dogs aren't accepted for training until they're fourteen months old, and many trainers of circus dogs refuse to.The 21-Day Basic Obedience Course is designed to concentrate on just a few exercises, one every few days

Seeing Eye dogs aren't accepted for training until they're fourteen months old, and many trainers of circus dogs refuse to even look at a pooch until he passes his second birthday. So don't feel that the one-quarter-year mark is the moment of truth. It may be that a dog whose training starts at four months and a dog whose training is postponed until one year will both know exactly as much at eighteen months. The 21-Day Basic Obedience Course is designed to concentrate on just a few exercises, one every few days. But intense as they are, the exercise sessions should not seem arduous to either you or the dog.

A training session hardly ever has to be stopped because a dog loses his temper. The same cannot be said of trainers. The 21-Day Basic Obedience Course is designed to concentrate on just a few exercises, one every few days

A training session hardly ever has to be stopped because a dog loses his temper. Your dog will be more consistent than you are, and more attentive. This is because the method is so natural, so easygoing, that neither of you may notice at first how much is being accomplished.

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Helps with many situations in training your dog..answers questions in understanding way. DJ some wear. Very good.
Malahelm
BEST dog-training book! We used this book by Dick Maller back in 1996 to train our golden retriever puppy. My husband faithfully followed the basics (sit, stay, down, come, heal, lay down) twice a day, every day when she was a pup. Then he trained his wife (me), and our two young sons. So key is NO TREATS, but lots of affirmation (good girl), lots of love, and lots of pets on her noggin. She never begged for food. She patiently sat at her food bowl (and she was all about her kibble), while we poured it, and waited for her "It's Okay" command. As she got older and didn't hear as well, sometimes after I told her "it's ok", and returned a few moments later...she'd still be sitting there...drooling... because she didn't hear me. Such a good girl.

She was all about the love. She was a true pleasure and a joy to spend the next 14 years with. She didn't jump up on people, she didn't whine, she even knew that her "inside bark" and "outside bark" were different. Everybody loved Gracie.

This training (all of ours) saved her life. We had an electric fence installed when she was a pup - followed that training - which she took too immediately. Most of the time, she didn't even wear her "shock" collar. She just stayed in her boundary around our country home. One afternoon, I saw a "lead coyote" trying to entice her back into the surrounding trees (where there was a pack waiting for her to be lured back there). I was upstairs and yelled from our window, GRACIE COME! She had been engaged in barking at the coyote, and MIRACLE...she came and met me at the back door. Thank you, Dick Maller!!!

Our (now adult) son is using this book to work with his puppy since 7 weeks old. At almost 12 weeks, Koda easily sits, lays down, heals, and doesn't jump up on your legs. He waits at the door sitting, before being invited in with "it's okay".

I'm a professional pet-sitter and lived with A LOT of dogs. They are all precious in their own way, and, I wish that all of my clients had followed the protocol Dick shares. The beseaching eyes (for treats), the jumping up and scratching/bruising (a large lab), and begging and barking...sigh. If you're looking for a well-mannered and HAPPY dog... here's your guide!
Cktiell
I like the program in general, but although the book claims to emphasize +R techniques, there's an awful lot of +P, -P, and -R in there, too. I like the emphasis on building a relationship, but not all dogs are going to work for affection, as this book claims can be done. You can encourage a dog to find affection as rewarding as food by working that separately, but there is no mention of that in the "course".

It's a good schedule to follow, with some good tips on how to train the dog to obey certain cues. I just prefer less harsh methods in all aspects of my training methodology.
Zuser
It's an old book with techniques from the '70's (it's published in 1977). If you prefer a book with more positive reinforcements such as treats, petting, etc, I would recommend Train Your Dog - The Positive Gentle Method --it's better to visually see how to do it.

Also, the title made me curious, '21 Days to a Trained Dog' but looks like it would take longer than 21 days, unless you really train your dog every day, at least five times of 5-10 minutes per day (probably even more depending on your dog). If you want a book, besides the DVD I suggested, I'd recommend The Everything Dog Training and Tricks Book--yes, this one contains easy tricks too!
Fani
This is a good book but you must have patience and a dog with at least a little concentration power. Dolly has learned house breaking and sit very well, she turned one Jan. 10. Come is a work in progress - sometimes she comes and other times not. She has learned not to run out the front door when I open it but to go look out the window. She knows that she can run out the back door into the finced yard. She learned to go out 2 doggie doors (one in the house and one on the deck) to get into the yard. She hates rain and refuses to go out in it!
Biaemi
This book addresses training issues simply and straightforward. I tried it with our 9 month old cairn terrier and it really works. I recommend it for any dog owner who wants to teach their dog manners in a kind fashion. Only thing is we don't believe in collars but use a harness instead and it still works just as well.
Ginaun
Dick Maller's training techniques are simple and easy to understand. I agree with his use of positive reinforcement in the form of praise and affection. Training our new puppy using this method was enjoyable, like playing with her. It has helped us to develop a strong bond with her. She responded so quickly. I had used this book nearly 30 years ago to train my first puppy, and was happy to find it again to share with my daughter as she trains her new puppy.
Marr
Fantastic book! Everything you need to know to train your dog. Works just like the book says it will. Ideal for new dog owners.
Five stars!
This book isn't very engaging, kind of old. Its ok though, it is pretty cut and dry with no embellishments.
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