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Expert Help for Difficult House Training Problems
Some owners can house train their dogs without having to call on an expert. But when people experience difficulty with house training, it can lead to a variety of very serious consequences for the dog and frustration for the owner. While most trainers can offer standard house training advice for puppies, dealing with on-going problems with older dogs—fear based peeing, male marking, soiled crates—may be beyond the scope of what a dog trainer is equipped to handle.
Hard to House Train by Peggy Swager is designed to be the go-to reference guide for trainers who encounter difficult house training cases. With in-depth information on proven techniques as well as how to deal with the underlying behavioral problems (both dog and human!) which underlie them, this book should be part of your reference library.
What experts are saying about Hard to House Train:
Literally the only book a dog trainer will need when working with their client’s dogs on house training issues. Robin Bennett, CPDT-KA. Author of All About Dog Daycare. A Blueprint for Success, 2nd Edition
A comprehensive reference with a ton of great information about various house training challenges. Michelle Douglas, CPDT-KA, CDBC. Past President of the Association of Professional Dog Trainers.
This book deserves a place on every dog trainer’s bookshelf and serves as a great reference for solving the tougher house training problems. Thomas Aaron, CPDT-KA. Founder: Positive Gun Dog Association
Organized in an easy to read and reference format with multiple solutions and case studies for each concern, making it a must have book for any dog trainer’s library. Megan Stanley, CPDT-KSA, CBCC-KA. Chair of the APDT Board of Directors
Peggy Swager is an animal behavioral specialist and professional dog trainer with over 20 years of experience. She has written several books and articles on dog behavior problems included fear, separation anxiety and house training. Peggy lives in Monument, Colorado, and can be reached at peggyswager.com.