From Doggy Dan on this matter:
"The most important thing about having more than one dog is knowing what you are doing. For example if you understand dogs then often having 2 dogs is easier as they can play together all day long and keep each other company. If you do not know what you are doing then having 2 dogs can be much harder because they will get together and encourage each other to misbehave!
So first, before you get a second dog make sure you learn how they work!
Or if you get two at the same time, that is fine…just get some great training such as theonlinedogtrainer.com"
With The Online Dog Trainer you will see Doggy Dan working with his 4 dogs (who are all VERY well behaved), as well as him working with his client's dogs. Dogs of all shapes and sizes with all kinds of problems!
Inside the membership site there's also an extensive section on "Dogs in a pack", which will really help too.
Once you start following the training you'll see that so much of all dog problems is actually a Pack Leadership issue, and when you get that sorted everything else will fall into place.
So many dog training methods miss this step and that’s why people struggle, whereas inside Doggy Dan’s site you’ll see how easy it is to train your dog when you are shown how.
There are sections that cover off all the specific behavioural issues (there are over 300 videos inside the site) however the key section is actually the Pack Leader section.
This part is just so powerful as it goes to the heart of so many of the issues you may be facing.
And don't forget there's also the Forum where Doggy Dan himself and his team will answer all your questions.
We hope that helps you make a decision…what we'd suggest is to check out the $1 trial for 3 days and see if you like it.
Pretty sure you will… and then you can choose to stay on for $37/month or cancel whenever you wish… (sooo much cheaper than getting a trainer in, or paying for behavioral classes).
Why not give it a go… with a 60 day money back guarantee, and nearly 40,000 satisfied customers, there's no risk at all.
Hopefully we see you inside the site soon.