When I took my first look at The Ultimate House Training Guide ebook, by Scoop Olliver, I thought, “It’s too long. Why would anyone want to read 126 pages on how to house train?
But as soon as I looked the ebook over, I appreciated what Olliver had done. The Ultimate House Training Guide tells you how to use two main methods of housetraining puppies and adult dogs: the direct method and the paper training method. Some of the material is repeated in the two sections, which is very convenient once you choose a method, and of course he tells you how to decide on your method. (For the direct method, the material is divided into a puppy section and an adult dog section too.)
Olliver has been training dogs for some 12 years, and for this ebook he draws on the experiences of his friends and colleagues as well. That’s a lot of trips to the back yard.
The Ultimate House Training Guide covers more than just the basics of house training:
- Many people will appreciate the house training tips for busy owners.
- There are ten pages on crate training, provide you with a good introduction to that subject.
- Other tools and products are explained: dog potties, dog litter boxes, toilet training pads, deodorizers, etc.
- A useful section on behavior problems includes urination due to submission or over-excitement, cold weather problems, and more.
- The health-related problems section covers birth-related conditions and diseases than can affect house training.
- Other problems, top ten tips for housetraining, and a glossary round out the ebook. (It doesn’t need an index — that’s a great thing about ebooks, you can just search the ebook using Control-F or the Mac equivalent.)
- Plus it comes with a money-back guarantee and an email consultation should you need one.
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