Superb Dog Training Techniques from the Winner of CBS’ Greatest American Dog
If you’re a dog owner, chances are that you have been through some Dog training issues with your pooch. Thankfully Travis Brorsen has now entered our life to help us train our dogs not only efficiently but properly. Travis and his dog Presley, a boxer, were the winners of CBS’ Greatest American Dog, a recent TV program in which owners and dogs competed on obedience and other tasks. After winning, Travis realized his desire to turn his passion for dog training into a career and founded his own company, Greatest American Dog Trainers.
Travis and Greatest American Dog Trainers has provided a simple yet effective method of dog training for lots of dog owners. Travis is helping people everywhere learn that dog training can be easy and fun. His 12-part video series includes informative, quick tips with two minute videos that can be fit into a spare moment. Travis trains dogs with basic commands like “sit” and “stay” as well as more advanced commands like “shake” and “crawl, so it’s not all just the basics.
We all have training issues with our dogs. It’s a lifelong practice, not just a phase. For example, I once spoke to the owner of two Corgis. The male in the pack was challenging this gentleman for the Alpha role. In fact, this dog went as far as pooping on the kitchen table, then sitting on that same table until the owner came home to find his “message.” Although I’ve never faced this kind of bad behavior, I’ve had trouble with my own dogs forgetting basic commands they’ve learned as a pup. Videos like Travis’ can help with a refresher when we need one.
We aren’t all going to start competing on reality shows, but videos like those from Travis and Greatest American Dog can help with teaching our pooches important basic behaviors. Travis’ positive, caring and effective training strategies are helpful we need a refresher on commands, or a means to a poop-free kitchen table.
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