About me and Dog training.
Hello, and thank you for visiting my dog themed blog. I was a nurse until I retired at the age of 69 years. I’d never had any ambitions except to look after my family, and to care for all my animals. I was a full-time nurse and I loved each of my achieved ambitions equally. Writing a blog all about Dog training was not yet in the mix of my ambitions.
By the time I retired, my family had left home and had their own families. I continued to have a variety of animals, including horses, dogs and a cat.
As a means of relaxation, I read all types of books, especially crime. I developed an overwhelming ambition to write my own book. Well, to cut a long story short, I eventually did just that. I published my first book at the grand old age of 70yrs. A lot of water has passed under that particular the bridge and I now have three more books published. Writing took me off into other imaginary worlds. Writing became a passion.
What has that got to do with anything?
So, what has that got to do with dog training and dog care? Nothing really except during that time my two little dogs were my constant companions. They always sat nearby and watched me with sympathy when things went wrong, and they celebrated with me when my writing turned out OK. That was when I realized how lucky I was with such lovely, well trained and obedient dogs. The joy of being instrumental in their happiness and wellbeing filled me with pride. But, my relationship with some of my previous dogs had not been so harmonious, and I started to wonder why.
Sitting down and thinking about each of the dogs I’d ever owned, all of which I’d loved equally, it struck me how much I’d learned from owning each dog. Although all my dogs were fairly well trained and obedient, it became obvious to me now where I’d stumbled through lack of knowledge. Without that practical knowledge, the training process was so much more frustrating for my dog and me.
With that revelation, I became aware of how much dog training and dog care knowledge I’d managed to accumulate over the years. So, I decided, not to let all that knowledge go to waste, but to share it with other dog and puppy owners who may not know where to start training their puppy. I’ve made sure that the language I use is basic and straightforward, and everything I recommended I’ve either done or tried it myself.
So, see the training hints and tips and adapt them to your own situation. A happy dog and owner is a recipe for a harmonious life and ensures your dog or puppy is living the life they deserve.
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