10 Best Dog Training Blogs

Updated on: July 2021

Best Dog Training Blogs in 2021


Max

Max
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2021

Wag: The Science of Making Your Dog Happy

Wag: The Science of Making Your Dog Happy
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2021

The Husky Puppy Training Handbook: The Ultimate Guide For All New Husky Puppy Owners

The Husky Puppy Training Handbook: The Ultimate Guide For All New Husky Puppy Owners
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2021

PetSafe Treat & Train Manners Minder Remote Reward Dog Trainer

PetSafe Treat & Train Manners Minder Remote Reward Dog Trainer
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2021

Max 2: White House Hero

Max 2: White House Hero
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2021

Dog Obedience Training - Learn How to Train Yo

Dog Obedience Training - Learn How to Train Yo
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2021
  • Easily learn How to Train Your Dog from this app:
  • How to Take Care of a Dog: 10 Steps
  • 13 Ways to Train a Dog
  • How to Play with Your Dog: 13 Steps
  • 7 Ways to Take Care of a Puppy
  • How to Walk a Dog: 12 Steps
  • 5 Ways to Teach Your Dog Tricks
  • How to Clicker Train Your Dog - 11 Easy Steps
  • How to Bond With Your Dog
  • 3 Ways to Get Dogs to Stop Barking
  • How to Wash a Dog
  • How to Get Ticks off Dogs
  • How to Make Dogs Love You
  • How to Brush a Dog's Teeth
  • How to Treat Dog Diarrhea: 14 Steps
  • How to Massage a Dog: 13 Steps
  • How to Perform CPR on a Dog: 13 Steps
  • How to Teach Your Dog to Shake Hands: 11 Steps
  • How to Recognize Signs of Anxiety in Dogs
  • How to Train a Dog to Come: 15 Steps
  • 4 Ways to Teach Your Dog to Speak
  • How to House Train Your Dog
  • How to Teach a Dog to Fetch: 6 Steps
  • How to Breed Dogs
  • How to Keep Your Dog Happy: 15 Steps
  • How to Teach Your Dog to Drop It: 11 Steps
  • How to Stop a Dog from Jumping: 6 Steps
  • How to Feed a Dog: 7 Steps
  • How to Get Started Dog Mushing: 8 Steps
  • How to Identify Different Dog Worms
  • How to Teach Your Dog to Heel: 12 Steps
  • How to Make a Dog Stop Biting
  • 3 Ways to Deal with a Dog Pregnancy
  • How to Teach Your Dog to Surf: 8 Steps
  • How to Exercise With Your Dog: 12 Steps
  • How to Keep a Dog in Good Health
  • You can learn from videos below:
  • How to Train Your Dog
  • How To Bathe Your Dog
  • How to Teach Your Dog to Fetch
  • How to Make Your Dog Obedient
  • How to Teach Your Dog to Sit
  • How to Groom Your Dog
  • How to Quiet a Barking Dog
  • How to Teach Your Dog to Come
  • How to Teach Your Dog to Lie Down
  • How to Teach Your Dog the Roll Over
  • How to Teach Your Dog the Give Paw
  • How to Teach Your Dog the Spin
  • How to Clicker Train Your Dog
  • How to Teach Your Dog to Heel
  • How to Stop Leash Pulling
  • How to Teach Your Dog to Stay
  • How to Teach Your Dog to Shake Hands
  • How to Teach Your Dog to High-Five
  • How to Breed Your Dog
  • How to Potty Train a Puppy
  • How to Trim Your Dog's Nails
  • How to Housebreak a Dog
  • How to Stop Your Dog from Eating Poop
  • How to Teach Your Dog to Play Dead
  • How to Clean Your Dog's Teeth
  • How to Massage Your Dog
  • How to Wear Your Dog
  • How to Teach Your Dog to Wave Goodbye
  • How to Teach Your Dog to Beg
  • How to Teach Your Dog to Drop Something

The Cautious Canine-How to Help Dogs Conquer Their Fears

The Cautious Canine-How to Help Dogs Conquer Their Fears
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2021
  • Array

Who's Training Who?

Who's Training Who?
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2021

Perfect Pup Blog

Perfect Pup Blog
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2021

Dog Basics Blog

Dog Basics Blog
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2021
  • 1. eBooks
  • 2. Dog Articles
  • 3. Videos
  • 4. Arcade Game
  • 5. Puzzles

Review of Bark Busters Dog Trainers

Bark Busters is an international group of dog trainers who use gentle, effective methods to train any dog with any problem.

Bark Busters has a different approach to dog training. They believe it is better and more effective to train the dog in her own environment, her "den". After all, that is where the problems occur, and where her humans will be working with her. Their techniques are gentle and hands-off, taking advantage of how the dog communicates-body language and voice control-utilizing unique approaches such as "growling" at the dog with a deep BAH, and using a training aid that is a sack with some metal pieces in it. Thrown near (not at) the dog, it mimics a dog's snap, which in dog language is the final warning before a real fight ensues.

The Bark Busters' "Therapists" spend quality time in the clients' house, first with a sit-down presentation covering everything from what is mentioned above, to how nutrition can affect the dog, and what the best foods are. Then they do hands-on training with the dog, and also with the owners. At our session, we worked on her response to people at the front door, we learned how to be "leaders of the pack" by teaching her that we always lead through doors, and worked on leash control ("heel"). We were then assigned "homework" with a chart for five weeks of working with Mocca on the problems he perceived. He also gave us plenty of handouts detailing training methods.

Overall, our experience with Bark Busters has left us with the confidence that we can make Mocca better behaved. We have noticed drastic differences in the first couple days, including the fact that we can finally sleep with the dog outside of our room, and the door shut, something we have not been able to do since she arrived four months ago. There are still some problems, but now we have the tools we need to work on them. We also have the confidence of having our Therapist to rely on. We know he is coming back in a few weeks, and if there is any problem in between, we can call or email him. Bark Busters is very involved, very family-friendly, and very supportive.

This review is specifically of the Bark Busters Therapist in the Tidewater area of Virginia. There are Bark Busters representatives all around the United States, as well as Australia (where Bark Busters began), New Zealand, the UK, China, Canada, Israel, and Taiwan, and they are always expanding. You can view their American website at www.barkbusters.com, and there are links to the other nations' sites there. Though they are around the world, their training methods are the same, and effective. The hardest part of training our dog has been keeping constant with it every day. It does take commitment on the part of the owners, but if you are looking for a trainer who will be there to support you in that commitment, Bark Busters is an excellent choice.

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