Taking the Lead - the ultimate guide to raising & training the perfect dog - now available as a free download!
In this essential free EBook, Will Barton, Phnom Penh's "Dog Whisperer", shares his secrets and shows you how to raise & train the perfect dog
Everything you need to train your dog is included - from Basic Obedience Training to common behavioral problems (and how to fix them) and beyond...
Drawing on years of experience as a successful Dog Trainer, Will shows you how to train your dog - in a simple to understand, step-by-step guide that guarantees results!
Available as an instant download, this is the guide that you have been looking for to take your training skills to the next level.
Just click the button below and get on the road to a fulfilling and rewarding relationship with your dog.
Included in the Book
This chapter guides you through how best to raise your puppy and train it to be a happy, emotionally well balanced dog. It gives you a useful step by step guide on how to avoid making common mistakes many dog owners make.
Before you can train your dog effectively you need to understand the basic principles. This chapter takes you through those key factors you need to understand and use in order to be great at training your dog.
Training your dog can be a daunting prospect, but this chapter shows you how it can be easy and rewarding for both your dog and yourself. It is an essential part of dog ownership so why not make it fun!
If you want to take it to the next level then chapter four shows you how. Tricks are such a great way to form a closer, deeper bond with your dog. It's a great mental work out for your dog and something you can show off to your friends!
If you have the space why not set up a simple agility course for your dog. If not, why not find a course near you, either way your dog will love it and it's yet another way to enjoy dog ownership. Read this chapter for how to get your dog agility trained super quick.
For dog owners who have dogs with behavioural problems this is the chapter to read if you wish to fix those issues. Packed with useful advice, read on to help you have a stress free dog.
I'm asked all sorts of questions on a daily basis on dog related issues. Here are answers to some of the more common questions. Let me share with you the knowledge I've accumulated over the last twenty five years and give you my point of view.
Hello, my name is Will Barton and I am the author of ‘Taking the Lead’.
I grew up in rural Gloucestershire, England. I have been fascinated by dogs since I was a toddler, and have been told by my mother that my third word was “Doggy!” and that I had to point out every dog in the street wherever we went.
After securing a degree in Animal Science at university, I worked for four years at Cheltenham Animal Shelter in Gloucestershire. I was the head trainer of the dangerous dogs unit. Many of these dogs had been given up as simply ‘bad dogs’, sent to the shelter by their owners who were unable to cope with them.
Pitbulls, Staffordshire bull terriers, Rottweilers, Mastiffs and German shepherds were some of the more common breeds I faced every day, and it was my job to assess their behaviour and act accordingly. Then I would devise a program for them and rehabilitate them so they could be rehomed with loving owners.
After 4 years of training dogs here, I achieved my dream and set up a dog training facility and kennels called ‘Good Dog’. I have been branded as the Phnom Penh Dog Whisperer by the local newspaper, the Phnom Penh Post!
Why you should read this book?
It is the intention of this book to help dog owners have a more enjoyable, rewarding, and stress free time owning and caring for their dog.
Dogs are such amazing creatures and their qualities are often taken for granted. What other animal wants to communicate with us so much, wants to love and be loved by us so much, wants to please and protect us? There is no other creature on this planet that we have such a close bond with.
Dogs are also highly intelligent animals, so many owners assume that their dog will instinctively know where to pee, how to sit and stay, and come to call. But that’s rarely the case, so that’s where ‘Taking the Lead’ comes in.
Let’s educate ourselves and give our dogs a better deal. Let’s have a great time with our furry best friends!