Positive Dog Training Jonathan Klein on the Real Dr Doolittle Show

Positive Dog Training is the BEST way to train your dog!

Let’s explore this topic with expert dog trainer Jonathan Klein. He’s the owner of the award-winning training and boarding facility “I Said Sit!” School for Dogs in Los Angeles.

A pioneer in the causative approach to positive dog training, in which behavioral problems are solved by removing the cause rather than punishing the dog for the symptoms, Jonathan has trained more than 8,000 dogs over his 23 year career. He also offers training tips and can answer any questions you may have on his website The Dog Behavior Expert.com.

Think his positive dog training approaches only apply to dogs?

Think again. For instance, you can use these fundamental training lessons for children, spouses, or colleagues at work. In short, have fun discovering all the wonderful ways you can effect positive change in your world!

Sit! Settle! Relax!  Listen and learn:

  • What the biggest mistakes people make with their dogs are, and how you can avoid them yourself.
  • What is positive dog training really and where do you begin with your dog?
  • Why does separation anxiety occur and what are the steps we can take to avoid it.
  • What can we do to avoid dogs becoming frustrated and being unwilling to accept change.
  • What one piece of advice this remarkable dog trainer wants every dog parent to know.

 

Remember: When you train your dog, using positive is far more effective when we use praise and rewards to teach our dogs what we want them to do as opposed to punishing them when they’ve done wrong.

If you have a specific dog training question or would like to learn more effective and positive training tips, then visit Jonathan at his website www.isaidsit.com and tell him Dr Doolittle sent you!

Are you ready to deepen your connection with dogs and learn to speak their language? 

Get your FREE eBook here! Hidden Secrets to Communicating with Pets at The Heart School of Animal Communication.  

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