There is TONS of information out there about how to train your puppy and/or dog. Some programs implement their own methods, while others use basic techniques on how to get your dog to be the respectful best friend and protector you’ve always wanted. I’ve been doing quite a bit of research on several of these programs found all across the web, and really just wanted to find one that I really could recommend to my readers.
Based on how easy the material is to understand, to navigate and find what you need, the quantity and quality of information available, the variety of topics covered, and methods of delivery, I decided to choose DogProblems.com. There is such a vast amount of dog training knowledge packed into this site that varies from training your excitable puppy, basic and general dog behavior tips and articles, and suggested products that can help you in your quest to have the perfect dog. The possibilities with this program are endless! The information is continuously updated by their highly qualified dog trainers, and is available at your fingertips 24-hours a day with their Full-Access Membership. Even Dr. Phil (yes, I said Dr. Phil) has gotten dog training advice from DogProblems.com!
Some of the topics covered in their Full Membership:
- House Training
- Off-Leash Training
- Puppy Training
- …and more!
And that’s just the tip of the iceberg! They also have tons of recommended books for further reading on topics, videos to personally show you how some of their recommended techniques should be executed, and a bountiful supply of articles to enrich your training experience with your dog.
The cost for a Full Membership to have complete access to all of this quality training information is set at $37, which is such a great bargain for all the training advice you get, and it’s instantly available to you with your login password anytime of day or night. If you are not completely sold on purchasing full access, they also have a newsletter you can sign-up to receive FREE advice to your email! Even signing-up is worth it to get advice from these dog training professionals.
I give DogProblems.com a 9 out of 10.