Training a Rottweiler For Beginners by Ryder Travolta

Training a Rottweiler For Beginners

byRyder Travolta

Kobo ebook | November 16, 2012

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This book covers several topics including:

Chapter 1: Dog Obedience House Training How To Go About It
Chapter 2: Dog Obedience A Guide To Behavior Training
Chapter 3: Dog Obedience And Socialization
Chapter 4: Dog Obedience Training Being The Boss
Chapter 5: How To Choose The Best Dog Obedience School
Chapter 6: Dog Obedience On Come Or Recall Command
Chapter 7: Basic Commands For Dog Obedience
Chapter 8: Dog Obedience Training Exercises Developing A Well Trained Dog
Chapter 9: Finding The Right Animal Trainer Or Dog Obedience School Made Easy
Chapter 10: Dog Obedience Classes What You Should Know
Chapter 11: How To Master Dog Obedience
Chapter 12: Insights On Dog Obedience
Chapter 13: The Key To Dog Obedience
Chapter 14: Significant Information About Dog Obedience Training
Chapter 15: Signing Up For Dog Obedience Classes Some Things To Remember
Chapter 16: Tips For Dog Obedience Training
Chapter 17: Useful Dog Obedience Training Tips
Chapter 18: Things You Should Learn About Dog Obedience Training
Chapter 19: Let Your Dog Attend A Dog Obedience School Training
Chapter 20: Tips On How To Select A Dog Obedience Trainer
Chapter 21: Training Dog Obedience Using Hand Signals
Chapter 22: The Importance Of Using Dog Obedience Games In Dog Training

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Title:Training a Rottweiler For BeginnersFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:November 16, 2012Publisher:Axel PublishingLanguage:English

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Rated 1 out of 5 by from DO NOT PAY FOR THIS BOOK!!! I'm incredibly disappointed that Indigo seems to have no quality level required of the eBooks that it sells - this book has no real value whatsoever. The author is not even vaguely capable of writing in the english language. The book claims to be about training Rottie's - there is not a single reference to the breed in the grade-school level book - he does however indicate that training a dog can be somewhat like training a child...requiring to be slapped occasionally. There isn't any doubt that the author likes dogs and knows the value of a good relationship but to consider that it is a training manual for any breed, let alone one which can be stubborn, powerful and may require very specific methods to overcome these would be to consider that asking a preschool child in the park to be an expert in chemistry. They might be able to tell you that the water is too hot but have no idea how it got that way or what to do about it. Sadly, this ends my eBook relationship with Indigo.
Date published: 2016-01-13