The very best dog trainers in the world guarantee their training.
If you really think about it, all the best dog training methods are backed by dog psychology, logic and practicality!

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You Are NOT a Dead Fish. So Don’t Go w the Flow.

Skip Training Your Dog.
This is What Our Crystal Ball Shows:

  • A stinky house, wrinkly nose, and lots of stinky pooh and pee-scrubbing from your dog doing his business all over. Not to forget those sneaky markings on your lovely furniture.
  • An unruly dog that jumps up constantly, play-bites at your hands and feet, steals food off tables and goes crazy just because someone rang the doorbell or the mailman brought you more bills.
  • A dog that only listens when he’s nearby, on leash or when you pull out his favorite treat. Let’s not forget unless you scream from the top of your lungs or as the British would say, “scream bloody murder.”
  • Arguments in your household and with your neighbors due to your dog’s barking nonstop, running back and forth, trying to fight passing dogs or your neighbor’s dogs behind the fence.
  • Friends and relatives who hate dropping by because they clearly see you have no control over your dog or, even worse, make ridiculous excuses for its unacceptable behavior.
  • Changing routes on walks whenever you run into another dog. God forbid your dog sees another soul or someone walking a dog, and that’s when all hell breaks loose. Newsflash: Your dog is not protective there. That’s acting like a Cujo!
  • Losing circulation in your arm the first few blocks of your walk or definitely when you run into another dog, a cat, or a kid on a skateboard.
  • Begging, whining, scratching at doors, and running around like a maniac from room to room, crotch to crotch, butt to butt, with no sense of boundaries or respect for your home or your guests.
  • Being completely ignored once your dog finds himself off-leash and away from you. You notice he forgets everything you taught him and goes deaf and dumb, or you swear you’ve become invisible.

    Newsflash: If your dog was truly trained, you wouldn’t have that fear.
  • Being forced to pay hefty vet bills because your dog attacks your other dog for no reason, or worse, constantly bullies and picks fights with every dog he comes across.
  • Putting up with his bolting out the door every time he gets the opportunity. Forget being on foot—get the car, the roller blades or pull a Tony Hawk so you can catch up with Houdini.
  • A dog that is extremely over-protective or unpredictable toward other dogs, people and, in worst-case scenarios, even with YOU and your loved ones.
  • The fear of never being able to fully trust your dog around kids or toddlers.
  • A possible lawsuit, which could cause you great financial loss, the risk of losing your home insurance, and leave you with no choice but to find your dog another owner.
  • Maybe even being forced to put your poor dog down.

Now, Have You Ever Asked Yourself…

This can’t be the reason I decided to get a dog? Isn’t owning a pet supposed to be a fun, healthy, and loving relationship? One that I want to remember positively for the rest of my life?

So ultimately, it is your choice to end your headaches, embarrassments, arguments and the physical and mental pain you and your family go through by putting up with an unruly dog! The more you put this off, the worse your dog’s going to get. I do this for a living.

Let me be very clear here: Your dog will NOT lose its bad habits or act appropriately simply because it gets older.

To some of you, what you’ve read thus far makes perfect sense.

Which is why you’ll take the first step to change your dog’s behavior for the better. Others will read this and go on to business as usual.

Think about this for a moment. Do we humans get better with age? With some of us, yes, but getting older doesn’t always mean becoming wiser or nicer. It’s no different when it comes to our dogs.

Your dog, as smart and as cute as he or she is, is still depending on YOUR best decision here. Please make the right one.

–Kevin “The Dog Prodigy” Salem

Have you noticed that the very best things in life are rarely “things”. They are your loved ones, your happiness, your passion, your health, your attitude, your love, and your accomplishment.


–Kevin “The Dog Prodigy”