• How to Train Your Dog in 7 Days

  • A Step-by-Step Guide to Teach Your Dog to: Behave, Listen, Understand, Interact and Have the Dog You Always Wanted to Have
  • By: James Tyler
  • Narrated by: Gary Crane Pictures for Your Ears
  • Length: 3 hrs and 5 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (7 ratings)

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If you want train your dog in seven days, then keep reading!

If you have just had a dog and you have wondered how to teach and help your dog retain as much as possible in a short time, you have chosen the right guide. You will learn how to teach your dog to behave at home, learn the right manners, behave with other dogs, interact with people, and make your dog understand your words. 

If your problem has always been the basis for approaching your dog and learning the right teachings, this book will make you understand, step by step, how to do it in the right way.

In this audiobook, you will find these topics:

  • What are small steps to get understood by your dog and to teach the basics of right behaviors at home and away.
  • How to teach the dog  to understand your behaviors and habits, step by step 
  • How to behave in public places and follow the rules you set
  • How to learn to have strong contact with you in seven days

Even if you think about how you can educate your dog as soon as possible, without having too many worries in the future and teach them right away the right principles, the right steps this book will give you the answer you are looking for.

Even if you want to make a strong bond in a very short time with your dog to avoid distrust in the future, then listen to the chapter dedicated to this topic. 

Even if you always thought that teaching your dog to understand your phrases and words was a complicated and long process, with this guide, you will find that it is not as difficult as you think.

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©2019 James Tyler (P)2019 James Tyler

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I used them only for a few days now.

Even though I used them only for a few days now. It seems to already start to help with my back pain. I was surprised to see the muscle memory actually working and my posture changing a Lil bit in 2 days. Inn N plan to use it for at least a month for better results

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Very interesting

I recently got a new puppy. I have had several dogs in my 57 years… but this dog is kicking my a@@! So listening to this book is helping and has helped. Now many of the things I knew but it’s nice to hear it. I’m glad I got this audio book. Good purchase.

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Reader ruined a "meh" story.

I get the feeling that the author really does have a lot to share and a lot to teach. I learned a couple things but most of it was rather ordinary. the biggest problem was how it was delivered both in script and in voice. the reader kept chuckling in the exact same way at the same point in sentences. while his voice was not monotone, it followed very predictable pattern over and over and over again.