Dog Obedience Without Force – Aggressive/Hyper Puppy Training Report Launched

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The Doggy Tribune has launched a new report focused on ethical and force-free methods of dog training to prevent unwanted behaviors.

The recently launched report covers methods for training dogs using positive reinforcement techniques to stop unwanted behaviors, such as excessive barking. Dogs who are constantly seeking attention, or chewing on the furniture, can also benefit from the report.

To see the full report about ethical dog training techniques, please visit

Many dog owners who have been transitioning back into the workplace have found their pets misbehaving more as they are at home less often, or becoming overly energetic and aggressive. The new report has useful information to help with hyperactive dogs, as well as over-aggressive behavior while playing.

The training program is designed by a Certified Professional Dog Trainer (CPDT) with more than a decade of experience helping pet owners with problematic animals. By stimulating and improving a dog’s intelligence instead of just reinforcing certain behaviors, it helps to stop the problem at its root.

While many obedience programs focus on force and dominance techniques, research has shown that this is not the most effective method and can lead to other problems. The training suggested by the Doggy Tribune uses gentle methods and human-pet bonding techniques to improve their relationship and create positive memories.

Some issues commonly corrected using this training method include jumping on people or other dogs, pulling on the leash, and ignoring commands. Through regular mental stimulation, the program has also been shown to improve a dog’s ability to learn, and overall health.

Pet owners can sign up to access an extensive archive of common issues other dog owners face, with customized plans from a certified trainer to correct each problem. It also includes access to a private forum for dog owners focused on training their pets, who are using the same positive reinforcement techniques.

A satisfied dog owner said, “Both the exercises and the games are very practical, so dog owners may use them throughout the day to have a well-trained dog. There are training nuggets throughout, both in the step-by-step instructions and the Troubleshooting sections that will help enrich the lives of both dogs and their owners.”

To learn more about force-free dog training or to access the full report, please visit