Secrets To Dog Training Review

Secrets To Dog Training

Secrets To Dog Training Review
Secrets To Dog Training Review

Rating 4/5
Price:  $39.95

Owner:  Daniel Stevens
Website:  www.kingdomofpets.com

Secrets To Dog Training – What Is It?

Secrets To Dog Training is an online dog training course that was developed by dog trainer Daniel Stevens.  This course has been online for many years and was originally called Kingdom of Pets.  Over the years improvements have been made to the course like the addition of video.

Daniel’s dog training course is based on communication and respect.  It is presented in a 256 page ebook plus a free audiobook.  He also offers more than just one way to deal with an issue.  In doing so a person can choose a method that they find suits them and their dog the best.

This course has something for everyone who has a dog.  If you just got a puppy or you just adopted an older dog or you have an older dog with behavioural issues this course has something for you.

Following are some topics covered in Secrets To Dog Training:

  • Advanced housetraining –crate and paper method
  • How to choose a puppy
  • Dog-proofing your home
  • Breed information
  • First visit to vet -what to expect
  • Behavioural problems
  • Health issues
  • Dog Whispering Methods
  • Importance of the Alpha Position

Secrets To Dog Training – Is It For You?

This course is for you if you just got a puppy or you just adopted an older dog or you have an older dog with some behavioural issues or you want to brush up on your dog training skills.  Even if you have had a dog in the past and have trained them and you now have a new puppy you could still benefit from this course.

I have had dogs pretty much my whole life and I bought this course a few years ago.  Anytime we get a new puppy or dog I go and look at this ebook.  Daniel updates this course on a regular basis so I am always learning something new.

If you are looking for fellow dog owners with similar problems then you will enjoy the forum where you can ask questions and get answers.

Secrets To Dog Training – What Is Included?

Well along with the 256 page ebook there is also a 30 minute video which address practical solutions for dog obedience problems which you can download.   There is also a free consultation with a member of the Kingdom of Pet team.  If you would like some individualized attention to help you with a problem then you can email the Kingdom of Pets team and you will receive a personalized reply that will help in resolving your issue with your dog.

You will also receive four bonus books that will cover advanced house training, canine aggression, dog grooming, dental care etc.

As I said earlier there is something for everybody.

Secrets To Dog Training – What Is It Going To Cost?

As mentioned earlier the course is offered for a onetime payment of  $39.95.  This includes the 256 page ebook and the audio book and the ebooks package.  Then there is an upsell for another $59.95.  This will get you the online video series.

There is also a six day free course offered.  Fill out the form submitting your name and email and the six day course will be emailed to you over the course of six days.

This online course is sold through Clickbank and has a 60 day money back guarantee.

Secrets To Dog Training – Overall Conclusion

I would highly recommend this product.  Like I said earlier I did purchase this product several years ago and to this day I still refer to it.  I like the fact that it is online because even if my computer does crash I can just go to the site and download my product again.  I also like the fact that Daniel is a real live dog trainer and he does know what he is talking about.  After following some of his advice I can personally say his training does work.

If you just got a new puppy or you have an older dog that is having some behavioural issues then Secrets To Dog Training is for you.  What are you waiting for.

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    • Shivaram
    • August 29, 2015
    Reply

    I read your article about Secrets to Dog Training. As an avid reader of different articles, I would like to say that this topic has given me some new insights about dog training secrets. You pretty much have covered answers to all the questions that I have and it is very very interesting overall.

    • Gina
    • August 29, 2015
    Reply

    Secrets to Dog Training seems like a useful book to have around. Once you have it, you’ll have all the tricks for future dogs and pets of people you know that could use some help.
    I know for sure that my sister could use some help. She has some crazy dogs for sure. And a new puppy that is a little wacko, but so adorable. I’ll send her to your page! 🙂

      • Maureen
      • August 29, 2015
      Reply

      I have had this book for a few years now and it has helped me with a few dogs. It is a great resource.

    • RuthM
    • September 11, 2015
    Reply

    Interesting stuff! I have been looking for something for a friend of mine, who has just bought a border collie puppy and she doesn’t really know what to do with him and how to teach him right from wrong. I can’t believe she bought him without doing research, but he is really cute, so I understand why she was sucked in! So I’m going to recommend this to her, it sounds like it will give her some good structure.

      • Maureen
      • September 11, 2015
      Reply

      It will definitely help. The sooner she starts training the better especially with a border collie. They are a very intelligent breed and they need a lot of stimulation. These dogs are used for herding so they are a very active dog. If your friend does not have a farm and some sheep to herd I would suggest she start agility training with her dog after it has learned some basic obedience. Tired dogs tend not to get into too much trouble!

    • Boyo
    • September 11, 2015
    Reply

    Thanks for taking the time to provide an overview of the product. I have various books and ebooks for dog training at home and am interested in adding this to the collection based on the information. I guess however I’m wondering what differentiates this ebook from some of the others on the market?

      • Maureen
      • September 11, 2015
      Reply

      Well this book has been on the market for quite some time. I purchased it when it was called Kingdom of Pets. What impresses me about it is over time training methods have changed and this book has been updated many times to reflect those changes.

    • Retha
    • September 11, 2015
    Reply

    Great work on your website! I really appreciate this article of training dogs and the whole bit, because I think that this is something everyone with a dog needs to know. Especially the part about a dog being a life long partner and not something you bring home, and after a few days, decide you don’t want it then get rid of it. How sad it is to treat a dog this way. We adopted a Terrier mix and right from the start, we could tell that she didn’t trust anyone because she wouldn’t allow us to pet her. Have you ever experienced this before? Anyway thank you for this wonderful article. Excellent work!

      • Maureen
      • September 11, 2015
      Reply

      Thanks Retha. We never experienced a dog with trust issues. The dog we have now we adopted from the shelter at 7 months old. She had been adopted previous and after 3 months the fellow brought her back. He claimed she was using the house as a toilet and she barked all day. We brought her home and she certainly was wild. What she needed was a lot of exercise to calm her down. We had a doberman then and the two of them would play non stop in the back yard. She eventually did calm down. She messed in the house twice and it was my fault I just did not understand what she was trying to tell me. The reason she barked all day for her previous owner was because she was outside on a chain all day. She has turned out to be a great pet who my husband and I love very much.

    • Sarah
    • September 11, 2015
    Reply

    Is this program specific to only puppies or younger dogs still learning? It would be nice to see something that covers training and obedience from all ages and personality types of dogs because they’re all so different. I like how it has the free starter version and then other options that aren’t terribly expensive. I’ve heard those puppy classes at formal places can just be too much money.

      • Maureen
      • September 11, 2015
      Reply

      This program is not just for puppies or younger dogs just learning. It covers issues like understanding what your dog behaviour means, how to deal with certain behavioural problems such as aggression, chewing, jumping etc. It also offers you ways to deal with separation anxiety, two dogs living together, cat and dog living together etc.. So this program covers much more than just training a puppy. As far as how expensive puppy classes are depends I guess on your perspective of what you are getting for what you are putting out.

    • NemiraB
    • September 16, 2015
    Reply

    Hello here. Thanks for providing information, on where to get a book about dog training. Not so many of us are efficient to deal with our little friends.
    Professional advice is helpful and worthwhile to have a word from him.
    As I know, puppies learn fast, when somebody gives them proper instructions. Family members must take responsibility and follow the same steps, when training puppy.
    It is easy to spoil this little beauty, when he stares at us with innocent expression:what did I do?
    What is best for little ones is comfort, secure environment and routine.
    People who want advice, how to give proper care of new family member, how to train them, will find it in this book.
    All the best, happy writing, Nemira.

      • Maureen
      • September 17, 2015
      Reply

      Thanks for your comments Nemira. It is so true they can really get you with that oh so innocent expression. The face tells it all. The dog we have now we got from the shelter and the reason we took her was because I just fell in love with that cute innocent face online.

    • James
    • September 21, 2015
    Reply

    Can the methods in this product be used for a dog over the age of ten that has issues with excessive barking? We have a long haired chihuahua that barks whenever he sees someone other than a family member. We have tried those bark collars and the ones that go off in the room when the dog barks but nothing seems to work.

      • Maureen
      • September 22, 2015
      Reply

      This product is for dogs of all ages. He addresses common behavioural problems we have with our dogs and one of them is barking. He also deals with the barking issue in one of his consults which you would have a copy of. He also teaches you how to become the alpha which is vital for any dog training.

    • Angel
    • September 26, 2015
    Reply

    Dear Maureen,

    Oh my! This is perfect, in fact it couldn’t have come at a better time since I was struggling with training our Tristan the Golden.

    He is teething currently and hopefully it gets under control soon.

    How long does it take for a dog to become fully housebroken? I heard 3 months, not sure if that is by average or so.

    Wishing you all the best above and beyond the horizon. 🙂

    Thanking you,

    ~Angel

      • Maureen
      • September 26, 2015
      Reply

      Hi Angel Make sure your puppy has lots of suitable chew toys while he is teething. If you catch him chewing something you do not want him chewing like your shoes tell him no and redirect him to an appropriate chew toy. As far as housebreaking it really depends on how vigilante and consistent you are. A 3 month old puppy can generally hold it for up to 3 hours under ideal condition. I wouldn’t expect your puppy to be fully housebroken until 5 to 6 months.

    • CoryZ
    • October 26, 2015
    Reply

    Great review, nice read.

    I honestly believe any dog is trainable so long as the owner shows respect and patience. I have to say though, sometimes my little toy Australian Shepherd likes to keep me on my toes!

    This would be a great gift idea for my sister-in-law who loves animals, but hardly knows how to train them. 😛

    Thanks for the review, Maureen. I wish you all the best!

      • Maureen
      • October 26, 2015
      Reply

      Yes I agree with you Cory – any dog is trainable to a certain degree. Just like people some dogs are smarter than others. The biggest factor though in training a dog is who is doing the training. Training a dog does take a lot of patience because they will try and challenge you for the alpha role.

    • Holly
    • February 1, 2016
    Reply

    My little chihuahua is very greedy and is obsessed (and I mean really obsessed) with food. She spends all her time hoovering up crumbs from the floor and even if she is asleep, when she hears a rustle or the fridge door open she is there straight away. When we have guests we have to put her in another room as she won’t leave people alone (she knows who to target as well – very clever). What do you suggest?

      • Maureen
      • February 1, 2016
      Reply

      Hi Holly sounds like you have a little dog with a big appetite. Seriously though does she have any health issues? Is she just begging or is she food guarding with her bowl? If she is just begging and looking for more food I think I would try training her to go to a place like a mat on the floor while you are eating. So basically you will be training her to lie down and stay. Of course for all her hard work you should award her with her favourite treat or toy. Something tells me though your little girl is motivated more by food. Anytime when you feed her you should make her wait before she dives into her dish. She needs to learn who’s in charge and you can do it through the food. This will not happen overnight. It will take time and patience. Good luck! Funny how they know who to target when begging for food at the table. It is like they see a person with sucker written on their forehead.

    • NemiraB
    • April 16, 2017
    Reply

    Hello here. It is great to heat about products from people who used them and know how it works.
    Dogs are cute when little but when they grow up, a lot mistakes can be made.
    The advice from experienced trainer would be helpful all time. The dog has own character and sometimes they want to take over control from owner.
    I think that this program can help everybody who just get dog or want to learn more about their furry friends.
    All the best, Nemira.

    • jeffrey16201
    • May 18, 2017
    Reply

    Dog training is an interesting topic for sure for dog owners, my dogs have always been very well behaved training them on my own with little problems with any of the dogs I ever owned.

    My parents on the other hand need to send their dogs to a professional trainer, my parents are owned by their dogs. My parents give in to their dogs every command, dogs are smart and will be the alpha dog if the opportunity is there.

      • Maureen
      • May 19, 2017
      Reply

      It sounds like your parents need to become the alphas of their pack. It is surprising how easy it can be if you know how. Simple things like going through a door before your dog or going up or down stairs ahead of your dog will make a big difference.

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