Secrets of a Professional Dog Trainer is written by Adam Katz. Does anybody else find it ironic that a book about dog training is written by a guy named Katz?
Anyway, as dog training books go, this one is a thorough, if not somewhat lengthy ebook that covers much more than simple training. It begins when you first decide to get a puppy.
From beginning to end, there is very little left uncovered. But don’t let it’s length fool you. Secrets of a Professional Dog Trainer is a “meat and potatoes” manual. No fluff, no hype.
With everything this manual teaches you, you would expect the price to be a lot higher than your average dog training book. But comparatively speaking, I think the book alone is a bargain at the price.
I usually don’t get excited about bonuses, because most are junk throw-ins, but not this time.
Here’s just a couple of bonuses you get.
“Eight Secrets To Becoming The “Alpha Dog!”
In my opinion, this is a classic case of putting the cart before the horse. Many dogs, if not most, like to think that they are the boss. They do what they want, when they want, and how they want. And sadly, it’s owners actions only reinforces that behavior.
Before you can effectively train any dog, you have to show them who’s the boss. You must become “The Alpha Dog“, the leader. Once you’ve done that, everything else just sort of falls into place.
The “Eight Secrets To Becoming The “Alpha Dog” ebook teaches you how. It even comes in a mp3 audio for those times when you’re on the go. In fact, several of the free bonuses come in audio form.
But the very best bonus is the free Unlimited Consultations through their private, members-only forum, where you can interact with other members and ask for help on any dog related problem you may have. It’s moderated by a team of dog experts, including Adam himself, so you are sure to get sound professional advice.
This forum is part of the members-only subscription site and it’s free for the first 30 days, after which you can choose to renew. But even if you do not renew, that still gives you a month of free consultations. There are even live chat sessions.
Bottom line. If you like to sit in front of your TV and watch dog training videos of other people training dogs, then this probably isn’t for you. But if you want an obedient, well-behaved dog and are willing to put in the effort, then you need “Secrets of a Professional Dog Trainer“.