Item description for Teach Your Dog to Speak!: 50 K-9 Training Flash Cards (My-T-Smart Flash Cards) (Package of 50) by Dominique De Vito...
Is your pet a doggy dunce? Have recent canine encounters left you feeling cold? Well here's a new way to get Spot off the couch and into the classroom This exciting new card deck makes use of the K-9 Power Vocabulary System to help open up the channels of communication and make Fido behave. On one side of each card is the word or command, and on the other, an explanation as to how to teach your hound to respond to the given instruction. From simple obedience to easy-to-perform tricks, this exciting new system is sure to make training your dog seem like child's play.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1.5" Width: 4.5" Height: 7.25" Weight: 1.15 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2007
Publisher Cider Mill Press
ISBN 193366262X ISBN13 9781933662626
Reviews - What do customers think about Teach Your Dog to Speak!: 50 K-9 Training Flash Cards (My-T-Smart Flash Cards)?
Great fun -- great format May 8, 2008
There's no dog training books in the market that are as portable as are these flash cards. The kit comes with a helpful little book providing the basics of the care and training of a dog. The cards are quick and easy to use, with a very fun and lively illustration on one side, with very easy instructions on the other. And rather than having to carry an entire book with you when in your backyard or field to train your pet, you can take only those flash cards that relate to the training session at hand. I have two labradors and have found this book to be a great help in their training.
Fun- but a few issues Sep 28, 2007
The boxed cards are very cute; however, they're difficult to read. The training directions should be listed by step. (i.e. 1. Have your dog sit. 2) Say "Shake" while gently picking up one of your dog's paws. etc). Still- from what I've read so far- the info is good.