Team Dog: How To Train Your Dog--The Navy Seal Way
ISBN: 1481504509
EAN13: 9781481504508
Language: English
Release Date: Jan 29, 2015
Pages: 0
Dimensions: 0.7" H x 5.8" L x 5.2" W
Weight: 0.3 lbs.
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New York Times bestselling author and former Navy SEAL Mike Ritland teaches you how to give your dog the exceptional training and loyalty of a combat dog. In Team Dog, Mike taps into fifteen years' worth of experience and shares, in accessible and direct language, the science behind the importance of gaining a dog's trust. He also offers invaluable steps for achieving any level of obedience. His unique approach incorporates entertaining examples and anecdotes from his work with dogs on and off the battlefield and tips from the Navy SEAL guidebook to teach dog owners how to choose the perfect dog for their household, establish themselves as the team leader, master command and control, employ situational awareness, and solidify their dog's position as the family's ultimate best friend.Team Dog introduces pet owners everywhere to the new and distinctive authority on how to train your dog . the Navy SEAL way.

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   I took my time reading it because it's very dense in good material. Mike breaks it down into easily digestible ...
I just finished Mike Ritland's team - dog. I have been breeding and raising dogs for years and I have taken back some epic training failures so that I have read a lot of training books. Most of them are very common and some of them use techniques that are no-longer-recommended. I spent my time reading it because it is very dense in good material. Mike shat it into easily digestible bits. By many points, the basic training took on a new level. And there were things I wanted to know but had never explored my instinctual response to dog tells for use. It is just come out in paperback, so that it is roughly half the cost of the book I bought. But mine will have a lifelong home on my shelf of recommended books for my clients.
   This book will show you how the relationship with your canine companion should look.
It is a deeper look at how to interact with your dog and what a relationship with your dog should look like. This was a great asset in increasing productivity in the time spent on our packs with the newest addition.
   A must read for every dog owner!
Good reading and thorough insight into how to train yourself and your dog. One of the few Self - Help books I ever finished reading.
   Some good thoughts.
The book offers a great overview of the preparation and desired results. I wanted to book a low level.
   Really enjoyed this book.
Mike laid the foundation for training and obedience with your dog in clarity. From reading this book, I learned a lot. Combat veteran of the US Navy, US Navy.
   Train yourself to train your dog
An easy to read read book with lots of real life examples. Focuses on more than obedience training. Extensively covers how the owner needs to train and communicate with the dog properly. Obviously, you will not learn everything in this one book, but it will teach you enough to make owning a dog a positive experience for both you and the dog.
   Great Training Book
It is a fun way to do things and very rewarding!
This book focuses on natural reinforcement and understanding how your dog's positive impulses can be used to make training both the trainer and the canine more productive and enjoyable. If used as illustrated, this book can train your dog to perform at its highest level and accelerate its training.
   Don't waste your time and money
This book is not worth reading. It is lacking in any real substance and only rehashes decades old training methods. Most of the book is spent talking about how awesome the Navy SEALs are and that the Navy SEALs are better than a thousand dollars and a few hours of time to read what is essential a short blog post is all this book : Bond with your dog. Use a klicker3 to get a soundtrack. Whip out of Exercise Your Dog and train it again. Groom '', is your doggie. This week pay attention to your pup's physical health, where you go. That is the whole book with Navy SEALs thrown for good measure in every other paragraph.
   Excellent read for dog owner
I enjoyed this book by Mike Ritland thoroughly. Easy to understand with great details that help explain step by step everything. Don 't skip chapters, as Mike builds carefully from the first chapter to the last. No filler is included in this book, which is a joy to see. Mike shows a no-nonsense approach to writing in this book and leaves the dog owner anticipating the journey ahead with his or his new companion. Book is excellent!