Does Your Lab Have Good Manners?

Let’s face it, sure, Labradors are indeed America’s #1 Dog for their amazing personalities, temperments, trainability, adaptability, skills, talents, beauty, and so on….. But left unguided, they can be a handful.  Which means, far too many neglected pups are left sitting in shelters across America?…. It could be that although the amazing Labrador Retriever is all that wonderful stuff, like any living creature without guidance and healthy boundaries, they’re left to their own devices to figure things out, which can mean great headaches for their human friends.    Solution:  teach them a few good manners and it will make all the difference in the world so you can have that wonderful dog you’ve always dreamed of.

Canine expert Victoria Stilwell shows readers how to train their dogs out of even the most difficult and persistent bad behaviors. It’s Supernanny for your dog

Victoria Stilwell is one of the world’s most recognized and respected dog trainers. As the host of Britain’s hit television series It’s Me or the Dog and the founder of training schools on both sides of the Atlantic, she is known as much for her spunky attitude as for her caring, effective methods. Now, in her first book, Victoria shows how to tame even the most problematic dog. Simple, intuitive instructions and color photographs help dog owners not merely train their pets, but understand them — so when a new issue arises, they’ll be able to adjust their approach and nip it in the bud before it gets out of hand. Throughout, she reminds owners that training isn’t about imposing their will on a dog; it’s about giving him the tools he needs to live in the human world. Topics include:

Think Dog: understanding your pup —Talk Dog: canine communication —Dog School: basic obedience training —Dog’s Dinner: the right diet —Accidents Will Happen: house-training —You’ll Never Walk Alone: exercise —Worker’s Playtime: having fun with your dog

About the Author
Victoria Stilwell is an actress-turned-dog-trainer who has founded training schools in New York, New Jersey, and Britain. She stars in the U.K.’s Channel 4 television series It’s Me or the Dog. Since 1999, Victoria has lived in the United States, and is now based in New York.