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This book is designed to be used in conjunction with your individualized in home training sessions. By following the instructions of your personal trainer as well as the information contained in this book you will be well on your way to a positive, meaningful relationship with your dog. A relationship with a foundation of leadership, trust and love as opposed to one that's based on fear and intimidation. With an in-depth knowledge of canine psychology, we employ humane and proven methods enabling you to solve virtually any canine behavioral problem. The health information is provided to give the dog owner knowledge of the many medical concerns a dog owner might face with the hope of preventing serious health problems because you will have the knowledge for early diagnosis. The product recommendations contained throughout are not advertisements, but are products we have used successfully for many years.



TRAINING DIRECTOR - ANDREW D. LUPER

Andy Luper has devoted himself to the study of animal behaviorism and dog psychology since 1970. A psychology major in college, and a dog lover since childhood, he is also a devoted dog owner with breeder and exhibitor experience. This helped form his philosophy in approaching training in a unique, humane, psychological and enjoyable manner for both the dog and the owner. It is this approach which made Mr. Luper the subject of numerous articles in publications throughout the State of Arizona and a guest on various local radio and TV shows.

The academy and all of its' students benefit from Mr. Luper's experience which also includes:

Certification as a Master Trainer and former Regional Director of the United States Professional Dog Trainer's Association, Inc.
State Representative for the North American Working Dog Association, Inc.
Recommended by dozens of veterinarians and pet professionals throughout the State.
Sponsor of the Arizona Humane Society's "Pets on Parade" TV show.
Member of the Arizona Animal Welfare League.
Trainer of dogs for motion pictures and video productions.
Author, Lecturer, and Nationally recognized as a leading authority in the professional dog training industry.


Sample Chapters

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Dedications and Acknowledgments

Senator Vest's Tribute to the Dog

CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION

        Office Information
        Letter of Understanding
        Letter of Understanding; Protection Training
        Training Introduction
        Golden Rules

CHAPTER 2: GENERAL HEALTH INFORMATION

        Canine Diseases
        Household Medications for your Dog
        Canine Vaccination Schedule
        Fleas, Ticks and Heartworm
        Worms and Worming


CHAPTER 3: PUPPIES

        A Puppies Development
        4 P's Program


CHAPTER 4: OBEDIENCE TRAINING

        Language in Training
        15 Training Tips
        Obedience Modification
        Adding the Polishing Touches
        Transitions to Off Leash
        Having Difficulty?
        Training Your Dog to Stay in the Yard


CHAPTER 5: BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS IN DOGS

        Overview
        Motivation of Stress in Canines
        Mandatory Guidelines for Problem Behavior
        Housebreaking
        Housebreaking the Older Dog
        Problems Commonly Confused with Housebreaking
        Destructive Chewing: Prevention and Cure
        Overexuberance ( Jumping Up )
        Excessive Barking
        Fence Jumping
        Digging
        Mouthing
        It's a crate, not a cage
        Finicky Eater


CHAPTER 6: PROTECTION TRAINING

        Preparing the Young Dog
        Should I Buy a Guard Dog?


CHAPTER 7: NUTRITION

        What you need to know
        What does it mean?


REFERENCES, BIBLIOGRAPHY and ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

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"Never Never Hit Your Dog"

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This book is designed to be used in conjunction with your individualized in home training sessions. By following the instructions of your personal trainer as well as the information contained in this book you will be well on your way to a positive, meaningful relationship with your dog. A relationship with a foundation of leadership, trust and love as opposed to one that's based on fear and intimidation. With an in-depth knowledge of canine psychology, we employ humane and proven methods enabling you to solve virtually any canine behavioral problem. The health information is provided to give the dog owner knowledge of the many medical concerns a dog owner might face with the hope of preventing serious health problems because you will have the knowledge for early diagnosis. The product recommendations contained throughout are not advertisements, but are products we have used successfully for many years.



TRAINING DIRECTOR - ANDREW D. LUPER

Andy Luper has devoted himself to the study of animal behaviorism and dog psychology since 1970. A psychology major in college, and a dog lover since childhood, he is also a devoted dog owner with breeder and exhibitor experience. This helped form his philosophy in approaching training in a unique, humane, psychological and enjoyable manner for both the dog and the owner. It is this approach which made Mr. Luper the subject of numerous articles in publications throughout the State of Arizona and a guest on various local radio and TV shows.

The academy and all of its' students benefit from Mr. Luper's experience which also includes:

Certification as a Master Trainer and former Regional Director of the United States Professional Dog Trainer's Association, Inc.
State Representative for the North American Working Dog Association, Inc.
Recommended by dozens of veterinarians and pet professionals throughout the State.
Sponsor of the Arizona Humane Society's "Pets on Parade" TV show.
Member of the Arizona Animal Welfare League.
Trainer of dogs for motion pictures and video productions.
Author, Lecturer, and Nationally recognized as a leading authority in the professional dog training industry.


Sample Chapters

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Dedications and Acknowledgments

Senator Vest's Tribute to the Dog

CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION

        Office Information
        Letter of Understanding
        Letter of Understanding; Protection Training
        Training Introduction
        Golden Rules

CHAPTER 2: GENERAL HEALTH INFORMATION

        Canine Diseases
        Household Medications for your Dog
        Canine Vaccination Schedule
        Fleas, Ticks and Heartworm
        Worms and Worming


CHAPTER 3: PUPPIES

        A Puppies Development
        4 P's Program


CHAPTER 4: OBEDIENCE TRAINING

        Language in Training
        15 Training Tips
        Obedience Modification
        Adding the Polishing Touches
        Transitions to Off Leash
        Having Difficulty?
        Training Your Dog to Stay in the Yard


CHAPTER 5: BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS IN DOGS

        Overview
        Motivation of Stress in Canines
        Mandatory Guidelines for Problem Behavior
        Housebreaking
        Housebreaking the Older Dog
        Problems Commonly Confused with Housebreaking
        Destructive Chewing: Prevention and Cure
        Overexuberance ( Jumping Up )
        Excessive Barking
        Fence Jumping
        Digging
        Mouthing
        It's a crate, not a cage
        Finicky Eater


CHAPTER 6: PROTECTION TRAINING

        Preparing the Young Dog
        Should I Buy a Guard Dog?


CHAPTER 7: NUTRITION

        What you need to know
        What does it mean?


REFERENCES, BIBLIOGRAPHY and ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Buy Now!

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