Raising The Perfect Dog You Deserve

There is much talk about how to raise the perfect dog. It’s what we all want, but the question is… does it exist?

I suppose the answer is something like… is there such a thing as the perfect human? Of course, the answer to that is… No!

However, there are some pretty great people out there, and there are some really amazing dogs. So what is the trick?

This is my best advice…

Before you get upset about going to puppy school and learning how to do high-fives, roly-polies and the commando crawl, ask yourself this…

Is this what my dream dog does? Is my dream dog basically a walking monkey that I drive out when visitors come by so they can say, “Wow, that’s cool, how smart is he? How did you teach him that…” and so on and so forth.

The kicker is that in many of these cases, the dog owner has to warn the visitors next:

“Well… don’t go near his feeding bowl when he eats, and when you pat him, be careful not to go near his head, and keep the children away from his toys…”!

It’s crazy, isn’t it?

We spend so much time and effort focusing on how to carry out commands like sit and stay, but we don’t even think about some of the essential things. And when we do, it’s often too late.

Do you want to know why this is so?

Because most dog trainers get stuck doing what everyone else does.


And that is training to sit, sit and stay! That’s right. It’s like sheep, everybody follows each other, and nobody asks WHY?

Think about it… has a dog ever been put down (yes, I am talking about being “euthanized”) because it did not sit properly? Or because their down command was a bit slow? Or because they had a bad stay?

Of course not… nobody really cares about these things. And yet that’s what we all learn in the puppy school!

WHY?!

But… Aggression? Oh boy, there are more dogs put down for aggression, barking, growling and challenge than for any other reason. Aggression towards children, owners, strangers – this is all bad news.

There’s nothing more dangerous than an out-of-control dog that pulls you on a leash and ignores you when you let go. But so few dog trainers can show you how to prevent all this because very few people understand it themselves!

Most people’s real idea of a perfect dog includes, in no particular order, all of the following 5 crucial behaviors:

  • to calm down around all other animals, including dogs
  • being friendly to all people, including children
  • relaxed and obedient in the house
  • instant recall when called to in the park
  • a real angel when he walks on a leash in public

Hmmm… I can hear you thinking… You’re right!

Let me guess your next question…

How do we achieve this?

Well, the good news is, it’s not complicated. At least it’s not complicated or tricky anymore…

all thanks to Doggy Dan’s The Online Dog Trainer Video Website


Dan even offers a 3-day trial version of the site for $1 that YOU can use, so I suggest you take a look at the site today!

On his website, you will find the most impressive and essential collection of videos that will show you exactly how to get that kind of “perfect” dog.

Doggy Dan will guide you through the video diary of the 8-week old puppy Moses and take you through every stage of achieving all the things I just mentioned. Doggy Dan filmed his puppy growing up for a whole year and presented each week a series of lessons that need to be learned at this particular stage of the puppy’s life.

This will allow you to observe and train your puppy at just the right time to ensure that no problems manifest themselves later, and once your dog is fully grown, the website will address all kinds of dog problems that you might encounter later.

The Doggy Dan website is genuinely impressive, with over 250 videos. They show you exactly how to achieve these 5 essential behaviours that I mentioned earlier… and much, much more!

Remember: you can do what you’ve always done and get the same result, or you can do something different and get the results you’ve always dreamed of…

So if you really want a dog that you can be proud of, all you have to do is take the 3-day test for $1 on Doggy Dan’s site here: CLICK HERE