Jobs Working With Dogs – Dog Jobs

Jobs Working With Dogs – Dog Jobs


Hello, I’m Sharon Bolt and I’m the founder of Good
Dogs! I’m a dog expert who has been featured in more than 35 different newspapers, magazines,
TV and radio stations and I am regularly featured on BBC Radio Sussex and Surrey. I’ve created a series of videos for people
who want to become professional dog trainers giving tips on how you can become a dog trainer,
how to work with animals and how to have a successful dog training career. If you’re a dog lover then there’s no better
way to pay the bills than to get a job working with dogs. In fact, many dog lovers have turned their
passion into a dog training career by becoming a dog trainer. It’s estimated that 1 in 4 households in the
UK have a dog and there are around 80 million dogs living in households in the US so there
is definitely a need for more professional dog trainers. So, let’s talk about how to become a dog
trainer… Dog Training knowledge is a vital part to
becoming a dog trainer so in this video I’m going to answer a very common dog training
question I’m regularly asked which is: “How do I stop my dog from getting so excited
and barking at feeding time?” I remember an owner I went to see who had
a Doberman who was very demanding at feeding time. The dog would bark, jump up and was
hyperactive when the owner even walked near to the cupboard where his food was kept. It is important that a dog is calm when being
fed simply because it’s much better for their digestion as well as being more pleasurable
for the owner! So this is what we did… We went to the kitchen and the moment the
dog started to show excitable behaviour we ignored the performance and calmly walked
out of the kitchen and sat down in the lounge. The dog’s face, which we saw out the corner
of our eyes, was a picture of bewilderment and confusion, as this behaviour had always
worked before! We waited until he settled and walked towards
the kitchen again. The moment he started to show excitable behaviour we calmly walked
back into the lounge. There was now utter disbelief on his face;
this was not supposed to be happening! The non-verbal message we communicated was
when he became over excited he didn’t get fed. As you can probably imagine he quickly caught
on and after a period of repeating the process he understood that he needed to be in a calm
state of mind before he received food. Consistency and repetition was the key to
success and very soon after my visit the owner reported that he was happy but calm when it
was feeding time. In order to help you with your dog trainer
career, I’ve written an E-book that you can download for free, which is called: 3 Simple Steps To Becoming A Successful Dog
Trainer these steps consist of: 1) The Vital Part Your Mindset, Beliefs and
Expectations Play in Becoming a Successful Dog Trainer. 2) The Essential Part Dog Training Knowledge
Plays In Becoming A Successful Dog Trainer 3) The Crucial Part That Business And Marketing
Strategies Play In Becoming A Successful Dog Trainer. During the book I explain about these areas
and give you tips on how to get on the right dog trainer path. I also reveal the secrets on how I first became
a professional dog trainer – I hope you’re not too shocked! You can get the E-book now by clicking on
the link if it shows on the screen or in the description box below.

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