Become a better pet parent with this discounted online training course


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TL; DR: The 2023 Puppy and Dog Professional Training Complete Pack is on sale for £35.43, saving you 97% off the list price.

So you have a new dog. Now what?

We hate to tell you, but your pup can’t live on petting and cuddling alone. They need proper TLC to survive and thrive, which involves training and a personalized diet unique to their needs. As a new pet owner, the thought of raising an enthusiastic furry friend can be overwhelming, but hey, if Queen Elizabeth managed to raise more than 30 corgis in her lifetime, so can you. .

If you need instruction on how to care for a dog, you can get the guidance you need in the 2023 Complete Puppy and Dog Professional Training Pack. For a limited time, you can grab it on sale for just £35.43.

This e-learning set is taught by Sharon Bolt, a canine behavior expert whose client list includes celebrities. She also runs a BBC radio show where she responds to dog dilemmas.

The package contains eight lessons, each focusing on a specific animal behavior. There is leash training, which would teach you how to get your dog to stop biting and chewing on the leash when you walk around and how to stop him from pulling you towards every lamppost or bush. There is a course that focuses on dog aggression, where you will learn simple methods that can help integrate aggressive dogs with other dogs. There is also a series of lectures dedicated to dog nutrition, in which you will learn how to control what your dog eats daily and how to keep him healthy with the right type and the right amount of food.

Train, tame and feed your furry friends the right way with this professional puppy and dog training set. It usually retails for £1,400, but you can grab it on sale for just £35.43 for a limited time.

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Credit: Sharon Bolt

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