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How to Stop a Cattle Dog Puppy (Heeler) From Biting


Adrienne is a certified dog trainer, behavior consultant, former veterinarian assistant, and author of "Brain Training for Dogs."

Is Your Heeler Puppy Biting Excessively?

If your heeler puppy won't stop biting, rest assured, you are not alone. Due to their ancestry, these puppies have a reputation for being quite a handful in the biting department.

Teaching a heeler puppy to stop biting requires lots of patience and determination. And, considering their high intelligence, you must also out-smart them. Fortunately, there are many strategies to use to redirect their behaviors and provide outlets for their natural, instinctive behaviors.

Topics This Article Covers

  • Insight into a heeler's ancestry and history
  • How the term "heeler" originated
  • The heeler's herding style and how it impacts a puppy's biting
  • How interactions with littermates help puppies learn the ABCs of bite inhibition
  • The importance of teaching heelers that humans have soft skin
  • A dozen tips for constructive ways to handle a heeler puppy's biting
  • Future activities to keep these dogs mentally challenged (and dog owners happy)

Insight Into Their History

Blue heeler, red heeler (basically, heelers of different coat colors), Australian cattle dog and Queensland heeler: these are just several names simply used to depict the same breed. In order to better understand why a heeler puppy won't stop biting, you need to look back into this breed's history and what these dogs were selectively bred for.

As the name implies, an Australian cattle dog's country of origin is Australia, and more specifically, Queensland—Australia's second largest state which is where these dogs were particularly popular.

These highly intelligent dogs are related to Australia’s famous wild dog, the Dingo. The history of the breed informs us that heelers were obtained by crossing imported herding dogs with Dingoes. Sometime along the way, other breeds may have been added into the bloodline (like the Kelpie and Dalmatian, as it's been suggested). A DNA analysis may be needed to have a clearer insight into this mixed bag of genes.

A History of Nipping Heels

The term heeler, which is just another name for this breed, refers to this breed's working style. These dogs were selectively bred for controlling and herding herds of cattle with force, by nipping and biting stubborn cattle's heels to get them to move.

The Australian Cattle Dog Club of America adds some further details: This is a breed that likes to think for itself. It was crafted to move stubborn cattle by "coming in low from behind, biting the hock of the weight-bearing leg, and ducking to avoid the kick that often follows. An uncooperative bovine doesn’t discourage the dog; rather, the Australian Cattle Dog just becomes more determined to get its job done."

Personality-wise, the American Kennel Club describes these dogs as being "alert extremely intelligent, watchful, courageous and trustworthy, with an implicit devotion to duty. "

In a nutshell, cattle dogs have the potential for being ideal working dogs and may be quite an asset for those who have a farm. Indeed, still as of today, many heelers are employed in farms with lots of acreage where these dogs can work and romp to their heart's content.

Help, My Heeler Puppy Won't Stop Biting!

It is, therefore, not surprising considering this breed's history as herding dogs to see puppies that are extremely intelligent and seek interaction with their owners. The nipping in a heeler pup may be more than the average puppy due to this breed's instincts to herd and nip. Add on top of that their determination, and you have the perfect recipe for what dog owners nickname the "nippy, puppy monster."

For a good part, puppy nipping should be inhibited to a certain extent once puppies are heading to their new homes at 8 weeks of age. This is courtesy of the pups' interactions with their littermates and mom which should have taught them the ABC's of puppy bite inhibition.

In the litter, every time a puppy plays and bites too hard, their littermates will yelp and withdraw from play, which should teach these rough pups to use their mouths more gently if they want to keep playing.

However, once puppies make their way into their new homes, further training is required to prevent these pups from nipping too hard considering that human skin is much softer. On top of learning to bite more softly, heeler puppies should also eventually learn to interact with humans in different ways.

When puppies play and a good percentage of that play involves rough mouthing that goes uncorrected, there are big chances for the behavior gaining a strong rehearsal history with conditioned emotions. Soon, the puppy will seek out these interactions more and more as they feel good. The more aroused puppies are, the harder they will bite and the more those jaws develop, the more they are capable of inflicting pain. Excessive nipping should be "nipped in the bud" before it becomes an ingrained habit.

It's important to teach heelers to inhibit their bite, and to find productive ways to redirect the puppy's biting and teach that pleasure can be gained from alternate activities.

12 Ways to Stop a Cattle Dog Puppy From Biting

There are several ways to stop a cattle dog puppy from biting and often this requires a multi-faceted approach. If your cattle dog puppy is biting hard and breaking skin, if you have small children in your home or if you notice any aggressive displays, it's important to seek the assistance of behavior professional for safety.

1. Enroll in puppy classes. Puppy classes are a good way to allow puppies to interact with other pups, refine their bite inhibition and social skills further, while also continuing their socialization. Look for puppy classes that require proof of vaccinations and that put great emphasis in preventing infectious diseases.

2. Caution with young children. Young children have a tendency to move fast, scream and run as they play, and heeler pups may get aroused by this and will trigger chasing and nipping. Due to this engagement, these pups may learn to play rough and may fail to learn how to properly interact with children and children can get hurt.

On top of this, everybody needs to be on board and prevent the puppy from learning to engage in improper ways. If your puppy is prevented by biting grown-ups, but then is allowed to nip children, there is no consistency and this confuses dogs.

When children play, it is best to keep the pup in a separated area until he has learned better proper impulse control. Remember: The more dogs are allowed to engage in inappropriate behaviors, the better they get at rehearsing them. Practice makes perfect.

3. A word about punishment-based methods. Using aversive training techniques such as alpha rolling the puppy, giving a scruff shake, collar grabs or tapping the pup on the nose may trigger more problems down the road such as defensive aggression and fear biting.

4. Teach your puppy to mouth gently. This exercise should be done only with puppies with some level of bite inhibition. If you have an adult dog or a puppy with very little bite inhibition, this can lead to hurt fingers. Please practice caution (and possibly use gloves) if your pup bites hard or you feel that his teeth are getting close to break skin. Careful also not to insert the treat too deep back as those molars have quite some crushing power and you don't want your fingers there accidentally.

Keep a treat (or kibble) in your hand between your thumb and index/middle finger letting it protrude a bit and insert the treat/kibble directly into your puppy's mouth. If he is rough with his teeth, don't let go (letting go will only reinforce the biting down behavior). Talk to him calmly, and move slowly and wait for him to nibble gently. At that time, praise him and let go of it.

Repeat several times, and as he gets the idea, you can add the verbal cue "gentle" every time you insert the treat in his mouth to remind him to be gentle with his teeth. Remember to practice during quiet times at first because if your pup can't control his bite when relaxed, he won't be able to when he's highly aroused.

5. A word about withdrawal from play. When playing, it is easy for puppies to nip because that is what they have done with their littermates up until they are welcomed into their new homes. One popular strategy for correcting nipping is, yelping (or saying ouch!) and turning around (and even leaving the room if the puppy persists) stopping any interaction with the puppy to give puppies the idea that, when they bite too hard, they lose their playmate.

This strategy is based on what littermate puppies do; however, for some easily aroused dogs or dogs particularly attracted to movement, it may not work too well. Movement triggers more biting, and the more we resist by moving upon feeling those sharp teeth, the more a puppy will latch on and treat humans as giant tug toys.

For some dogs, yelping can be perceived as a hurt animal and increase arousal (the owner is perceived as a fun squeaky tug toy!) and for some movement oriented pups, turning the back and walking to leave the room may encourage further engagement with the pup chasing and latching on.

Now, it is possible that the pup may get the the idea that he has lost his favorite playmate once the owner leaves the room, but he might have had a blast of fun in the meanwhile, so there is no guarantee whether the withdrawal association is made or not.

With puppies as such, if walking away leads to having a landshark attached to a leg, then best to try another different method altogether such as teaching some more constructive replacement behaviors.

6. Train alternate, incompatible replacement behaviors. When your puppy is on moving towards you and you know he's coming for nipping, ask for a replacement behavior as suggested below. You will have to have trained the replacement behavior prior using positive reinforcement methods to the point of fluency before applying it to a nipping scenario when a puppy is excited.

Replacement behaviors provide the puppy the opportunity to perform a behavior that is incompatible with biting. Asking these replacement behaviors requires you to carry a treat bag on you during the day so that you are a ready to redirect at a moment's notice when you walk around. Kibble rather than treats can be used for those puppy owners concerned about extra calories or digestive upset.

For example, you can ask your puppy to target your hands (or a long target stick) and then upon targeting. praise and reward by tossing a kibble across the room (which also gives a workout to burn excess energy). Hand targeting is a great game to play because the goal is to get the puppy to touch hands with his nose rather than nip them.

Other examples of replacement behaviors include asking as your puppy approaches to "sit" and then reward by tossing the kibble/treat the opposite way as you walk away or asking your puppy to do some steps of attention heeling (dog walking next to you looking into your eyes) inside the home. Every time he makes eye contact with you, praise him and toss a treat across the room.

But what should you do in the meanwhile, prior to your puppy learning to perform the replacement behavior well to the point of fluency? As you work on training a replacement behavior to the point of fluency, you may wish to redirect your puppy when she approaches (if you are walking, stop walking as movement encourages nipping) to some food dispensing toy or an interactive game such as tug or play with a toy attached to string. Keep these toys in your pocket so they are ready to use at a moment's notice.

7. Watch for chained behaviors. Heelers are very smart and have demonstrated the ability to quickly learn chained behaviors. So if your puppy bites and then stops and you reward them for stopping biting with a treat, there are chances they will learn that biting and stopping earns them the reward, so soon you are stuck with this vicious cycle. There are several ways to tackle this. Inserting some behaviors can help distract your smart pup from the chain, but a better approach may be preventing the biting from occurring in the first place.

For instance, your puppy bites and then stops biting and you want to reward that? Promptly praise and reward that by tossing a handful of kibble on the floor, and then as your puppy consumes those, take steps to prevent more biting to occur. For example, call your puppy to join you in the yard for a treasure hunt of more kibble scattered around the yard or a fun game of tug anything to keep his mind busy and away from your hands. This should help break the chain. Even better, catch your puppy before he even has the chance to bite in the first place and redirect him to another behavior such as targeting your hand several times in a row.

8. A word about redirecting to toys. Many puppy owners are attempting to redirect their heeler pups from biting hands to playing with a toy or eating treat, only causing the pup to go to the the toy or eat the treat and then go back to nipping some more. Why? Most likely because the toy is a boring one that the pup has seen over and over or it's lacking an important quality that most heeler pups seek: continuous, unpredictable movement.

With giving treats (unless you toss them to redirect and ask for an alternate behavior each time he comes back), the enjoyment is too short-lived and the pup goes back to an activity that is lasting longer and causes engagement (nipping you as you move or make sounds and move away). In such cases, it helps to provide nipping pups the best of both worlds, a toy that involves movement and engagement, and on top of that, a toy that offers some reinforcement too!

So next time your heeler pup nips, skip redirection by giving him a chew toy or feeding a tiny treat, and give him instead a food-dispensing toy that will keep him mentally stimulated and occupied for some time. Good choices are the Kong Wobbler, Buster Cube, or any IQ treat ball (previously stuffed) that you can easily keep in your pocket and use for redirection as needed.

Providing interactive toys is important because they not only provide a mental workout and an outlet for their instinctive behaviors, but also because pups gain positive associations with these toys so playing with humans by nipping eventually becomes boring (especially if you freeze like a lamppost and redirect to these toys instead).

Most puppies outgrow nipping just as they outgrow biting and chasing their tails because they find more reinforcement from these other activities in their environment. Failure to provide these outlets may lead though to problematic behaviors persisting because the puppy has nothing better to do.

9. Introduce your puppy to some Treibball basics. Treibball is a new doggy sport where the dog must “herd” several large inflatable exercise balls into a soccer-like net. Start by training (with the use of a clicker) your puppy to hand target first, then to target a sticky note placed on an opened cabinet, then to target the sticky note on the cabinet with enough force to close the opened cabinet, then place the sticky note on a large ball and encourage your pup to push the ball with his nose, gradually adding distance. The sticky note can be removed once your puppy grasps the concept.

10. Provide exercise, training and mental stimulation. Heelers are dogs who need a job and their brain and body thrives when they provided with exercise, training and mental stimulation. Play with your puppy in constructive ways that reinforce calm behaviors (have your puppy sit before you toss a ball), train your puppy impulse control (ask your puppy to sit before putting the food bowl down, before petting, before opening a door, before putting the leash on) and polite leash walking, and use brain games to keep your pup busy.

11. Caution with high-impact exercise. While some exercise and mental stimulation is helpful, puppies should not be overly exercised until their growth plates have closed. This means very long hikes, repetitive jumping, jogging etc. should be avoided at least until a veterinarian has provided approval for these activities.

12. Watch for cranky pups! Finally, something to consider is that puppies sleep a lot and it's important for their development that they receive enough sleep. Sometimes when puppies are acting out by nipping, they are just cranky and need some rest. Putting these pups in a crate or behind a baby gate to enjoy a safe chew toy in a quiet room can allow them to relax, and after chewing, they will most likely fall asleep.

In general, positive training methods work best with this breed and make training more fun for the owner as well. These are smart dogs and if you make learning enjoyable, they will want to learn.

— Australian Cattle Dog Club of America

Moving Forward: Activities for the Future

Heelers are dogs who need a job and purpose in their lives in order for their well-being (and their owner's well-being too!). Once physically mature, heelers can be employed in a variety of activities that will keep their minds and bodies entertained. These activities include the sports of agility or Treibball, herding or tracking, and rally obedience events.

Australian Cattle Dog Having a Blast "Herding" an Exercise Ball

Questions & Answers

Question: I have three red heelers mommy daddy and their daughter, which is 4 years old now. She is the only one who runs after people walking by and nips their leg, sometimes soft and sometimes hard. We scold her afterwards and tap her nose. How can I stop this from happening?

Answer: I would, first of all, stop tapping the nose. In dogs, this is a very sensitive area and it can encourage defensive aggression and negative associations with people's hands. She needs to learn what you want her to do rather than punishing her. You want to prevent rehearsal of the problem behavior as much as possible so have her leashed when around people and train her to perform an alternate behavior and reinforce it with very high value treats that you toss on the ground. If these people are guests, you can have them toss some treats/kibble in her direction as they walk by so that she thinks about engaging in another activity. She may also benefit from some more mental stimulation such as brain games, training, and outlets for her herding instincts such as the sport of Treibball. You may find some ideas on training alternate behaviors here:/dogs/Dog-Behavior-How-to-St...

© 2019 Adrienne Farricelli

Adrienne Farricelli (author) on February 03, 2020:

For heeling, you may find these articles helpful, however, since you have a puppy, consider that her attention span may be quite brief at 10 weeks, so if you train to look at you on walks, expect it for just a few steps for now (like 1 or 2). Here are some reads on heeling:

mary mattheyer on February 02, 2020:

I have a 10 week old lab/heeler. My hands and arms are bitting up. I work with her every day. She can sit, fetch and drop. How do I teach her to heel?

felicia on January 22, 2020:

we purchased a heeler mix I think rat terrier heeler anyway had him going on three weeks he is about4 months doing good with potty training but still having a hard time stopping him from biting he has the chew toys which he likes but I watch him continuously he is starting to get it when I say stop or no bites but later forgets and starts again my husband and I both work full time I do come home on my lunch hr to get him out for a few minutes thn when I get home again he can be good but gets bursts of energy at like 10pm not good since we are up at 5am truly considering taking him back to the humane society do not really want to but we are begining to think this breed may be too much for us especially since we both work not sure what to do at this point

Adrienne Farricelli (author) on December 02, 2019:

Chris P, your dog is so handsome and I love the colors! Nice to meet you! Not many pictures of blue heelers off the web. I think this comes from Pixabay or Morguefile. Hopefully your dog is past the puppy nipping phase!

Chris P on December 01, 2019:

That's my dog in the top photo

Mash Er on March 30, 2019:

I may be in for it, but we picked up two male heeler pups. So far they have been loads of fun and burn their energy and biting out on each other. After the fun, they are calm and ready to cuddle. So far so good

Adrienne Farricelli (author) on January 21, 2019:

Ahhh yes, count your blessings, some of these pup can be a handful! Happy new year to you too and your canine companions.

Heidi Thorne from Chicago Area on January 18, 2019:

I'm so glad we got our cattle dog girl as a senior! She's well over the puppy stage, but still has a lot of energy that needs to be drained with exercise.

These are good tips even for non-cattle dog breed pups.

Thanks for sharing, as always. Happy New Year!


5. Dealing With Biting and Nipping

Because the Blue Heeler is a herding dog, it has a strong tendency to nip – particularly during puppyhood. The dog is trying to ’round’ you up

The best way to deal with nipping is by ignoring it:

  • Stop moving.
  • Turn your body around to stop face away from the pup.
  • Keep your hands still and behind your back.
  • When the dog calms down, turn and face them and praise them.

Doing this repeatedly give the Heeler the message that nipping you will result in zero attention.

Waving your hands around, pushing the dog away, shouting – will only reinforce that nipping brings attention.

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How to Stop a Dog From Nipping When Excited!

Many dogs like to grab at arms, legs, shoes, scarves, or even hair when they’re excited. Dogs that nip when they’re excited can be pretty frustrating, embarrassing, painful, or even scary to work with.

Some puppies that play bite just grow out of it — but many more don’t. Unfortunately for us, most of our dogs will just stick with their habits as they mature if we don’t teach them a different way to act.

That being said – let’s teach them a different way to act! Today, we’re exploring how to stop a dog from nipping when he’s excited.


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But more important than just ending the aggression, our training course will help you change the way you look at your Blue Heeler - from 'how to cope with this beloved nuisance of a pet' to 'I am lucky enough to live with a loving companion whom I can learn to understand'. You'll realize that with all its aggression, biting, growling or barking, your Blue Heeler is struggling to reach into 'your' world and that a dog's language is so much more than where the tails or the ears are. Our training course will help you to understand its signals and body language, and to become its loving teacher and best friend.

Ultimately, our training course will help you become the best parent to your Blue Heeler that you can be.

But Aggression is Not the Only Thing That's Covered in Our Training Course

Our course is a COMPLETE Manual on Blue Heeler ownership - it also includes proven solutions to lots of other doggy issues (like barking, socialization, biting, obedience training etc.)

When you get our Blue Heeler Lovers Training Course, you get immediate access to not one but 3 separate TrainPetDog.com "Expert Series" Training Modules.

Each module is divided into several in-depth sections, so you'll always know what to do, no matter what your Blue Heeler needs. In short, study just these and you'll become an EXPERT! (But there's a whole lot more to our Training Course than this - as you'll soon see).

Does your Blue Heeler BARK excessively, thus destroying the peace and quiet at home?

Our Blue Heeler Lovers Training Course has a simple but EXTREMELY effective technique that we have personally perfected that you can use to stop your Blue Heeler from barking or howling unnecessarily and making loud noises and throwing tempers.

Our training course portrays barking as a language your Blue Heeler speaks rather than a problem that you have to solve. So it has everything you need to know to appreciate its mental state when it is barking, understand exactly why it is barking, and then use this understanding to stop it from barking - without ever using anti-bark collars.

Here's what you'll find in our training course:

    Does your Blue Heeler bark when you take it out for a walk or when you take it to the dog park? Discover the FOUR ESSENTIAL TECHNIQUES you must use to prevent your Blue Heeler from barking at other dogs, people or at cars so that you can start enjoying your walks again.

Does your Blue Heeler lack SOCIALIZATION, thus preventing it from becoming an integral part of your family?

Here's what you'll find in our training course:

    • How to socialize your Blue Heeler with the other dogs and cats that you have in your house so that it doesn't growl and snap at them.

Once you get your Blue Heeler socialized using the techniques present in our training course, you'll have a happy animal with whom you'll be able to go out to different places and whom you can include in all your family activities.

Does your Blue Heeler have the tendency to BITE, thus preventing you from trusting it around kids, family members and visitors?

If your Blue Heeler's biting is making you too scared to take it out in public and has made you afraid of getting sued, our course will help you to change your dog into the loving companion that you have always wanted it to be:

    How you can stop your puppy from play-biting and nipping.

2 common but SERIOUS mistakes that many Blue Heeler owners make when they are playing with their Blue Heelers that actually encourage their Blue Heelers to bite.

WARNING: It is quite possible that you are unknowingly making these 2 mistakes yourself (since a very large percentage of Blue Heeler owners do it).

See the Biting section of our training course to find out what these mistakes are, and why you should avoid them at all costs.

Does Your Blue Heeler lack OBEDIENCE TRAINING and is this threatening the loving relationship between the two of you?

If your skittish Blue Heeler doesn't come when called, runs away from the house whenever the door is opened, pulls on the leash when you're out walking with it, or listens to you ONLY when it wants to, our Blue Heeler Lovers Training Course will turn it into a loving member of your family and put an end to all your stress and anxiety.

Our training course will help you regardless of whether you have a new puppy, an adult Blue Heeler that has obedience issues, or a newly rescued Blue Heeler that is either too shy or too aggressive:

  • Identify the weak and strong points of the breed and using this understanding to determine the specific training needs of your Blue Heeler.

    3 easy but highly effective tests you can perform to get an amazing insight into your Blue Heeler's born-in traits. and how to use the results of these tests to better train your dog.

A Queensland Heeler being trained for the SIT position - one of the first steps towards establishing your authority.

Are you struggling to HOUSEBREAK your Blue Heeler and to have a cleaner home that doesn't smell like a kennel?

Are you and your family members frustrated because your Blue Heeler constantly pees and poops in the wrong places?

Are you thinking of giving up your dog because it can’t be potty trained no matter how hard you try?

Our Blue Heeler Lovers Training Course will help you housebreak even the most reluctant puppy or adult Blue Heeler so that it only relieves itself at the place where you want it to and NEVER relieves itself in any other place in your house.

It covers every situation – housebreaking puppies, housebreaking adult Blue Heelers, housebreaking techniques for Blue Heeler owners who have to be away from the house for hours at a time, housebreaking techniques for owners who live in apartments, etc.

    Detailed, step-by-step instructions for all the common methods of housetraining Blue Heelers - outdoor training, crate training, paper training, potty pad training, litter box training, diaper training, etc.

  • The simple technique that you can use in order to stop your Blue Heeler from spraying in the house and on the furniture in order to mark its territory.
  • How you can gift your Blue Heeler a long, healthy and happy life by providing it with a proper DIET and appropriate nutrition

    Our training course will also tell you everything you need to know about feeding your puppy or adult Blue Heeler and giving it a proper diet.

    It will give you a step-by-step blueprint that will allow you to determine exactly what you should feed your Blue Heeler every day.

    Here are some of the dozens of secret diet related tips that you will discover in our course:

      How to vary the food that you give to your Blue Heeler as it grows from a puppy to an adult to an older dog.

    Did you know that there are only 2 distinct feeding techniques that you should use with your Blue Heeler?

    A majority of Blue Heeler owners don't know what these techniques are and end up feeding their dogs the wrong way, which often has an adverse impact on the health of their Blue Heelers.

    Our training course will tell you what these techniques are and how to determine which of these 2 techniques would be appropriate for YOUR Blue Heeler.

    A secret chart developed by us that will tell you exactly how much Vitamins and Minerals your Blue Heeler needs every day.

    Most Blue Heeler owners don't have access to this chart, because of which their Blue Heelers never get the correct amounts of vitamins and minerals that they need to be healthy and happy.

    To be honest with you, this chart is so important that you should be hanging it on the wall of your kitchen so that you can refer to it everyday.

    Pluto - A well-groomed Queensland Heeler with a radiant skin reflects overall fitness and good health.

      The 1 food item that MUST be given to your Blue Heeler every day in order to prevent it from being affected by diseases like cancer, heart disease, liver and kidney disorders when it grows old.

    Once you get our course, you will know exactly what your Blue Heeler needs for its diet every day, exactly what food combinations are best for maintaining its long-term health and exactly how much food it should eat every day.

    And you will know exactly which food items and pet treats available in supermarkets and discount stores you should avoid at all costs (thereby saving you a lot of money because you will no longer have to waste money on food that shouldn't be given to your Blue Heeler in the first place).

    Plus, you will also get step-by-step solutions to several other common problems like Jumping, Chewing, etc.

    The Blue Heeler Lovers Training Course not only deals with issues like aggression, barking, and lack of socialization, but also includes step-by-step solutions for ALL the other common problems faced by Blue Heeler owners - like jumping, chewing, digging up your garden, etc.

    Here's a partial list of what else you'll find in our course:

      Our unique 5-step process that will help you train your Blue Heeler to stop jumping on you, your spouse, your children or grandchildren and your visitors.

    The Blue Heeler Lovers Training course thus gives you access to the most authentic information that you'll find anywhere on training and taking care of Blue Heelers.

    And once you get our course, you will have the immense satisfaction of being able to transform a dog that has behavioral issues into a friendly, obedient and loyal companion who will love you unconditionally for years to come.

    Have a look at what a few more of our customers said about our training course.

    But We've Still Only Just Started!

    And believe it or not, even this is not all that you get from our training course!

    For a very limited time only, you will also get FREE access to our private, members' only discussion forum meant for Blue Heeler lovers.

    In this forum, you will be able to post any questions you have about anything related to your dog.

    Other Blue Heeler lovers from around the world will answer your questions within a few hours (often within a few minutes!) - you can depend upon the experience of other Blue Heeler lovers like you.

    You will also be able to develop lifelong friendships with other like-minded Blue Heeler owners all around the world. Chat with them, share your experiences, your thoughts, and your ideas about Blue Heelers .

    Through this online forum, you can tell the world about how you taught your Blue Heeler to do the craziest of tricks.

    Your fellow Blue Heeler owners will simply be amazed at what you have been able to teach your dog to do. You will quickly become known as one of the foremost experts in this field! Other Blue Heeler owners will look up to you for advice, help and inspiration.

    You can also learn from the experiences of other Blue Heeler owners. They will tell you how they taught their dogs to do some stunning tricks. You will be able to learn from them and quickly and easily teach your own Blue Heeler to do the same astonishing tricks!

    To Become Part Of The Elite Dog Owners Club - Claim Your FREE Access Below

    As a member of the Elite Dog Owners Club, you will have access to:

      Expert one-on-one answers to any questions that you have about your dog. If you are facing a specific problem with your dog or have any specific questions regarding how to train it, just send us your question and one of our in-house dog training experts will work with you to solve the problem and answer your questions. Only members of our Elite Dog Owners Club have personal, one-on-one access to our in-house experts in this manner. You simply pick up the phone and dial in to the call!

    A monthly interactive video covering topics like obedience training, basic commands, controlling unruly behavior etc. that not only tells you how to train your dog and handle different behavioral issues, but also demonstrates in real time how those techniques are being applied on different dogs so that you can actually see those techniques in action.

    A monthly 30-minute audio recording from a world-famous dog trainer who will talk about a specific aspect of training and handling your dog. This expert usually charges $250 per hour if you wanted to consult with him privately, but your membership to the Elite Dog Owners Club lets you learn from him by paying nothing at all!

  • FREE WEEKLY CONSULTATIONS with a top veterinarian. If you have a question regarding your dog's health or any medical problems related to your dog, just send it to us and our veterinarian will personally answer your question every week. Imagine how much this could save you by being able to stop diseases early. before they become expensive. This is virtually guaranteed to save you money and stress because it's like having your own PERSONAL top flight veterinarian for your Blue Heeler!

  • A brand new article every week written by one of our in-house dog training experts covering topics like training, solving behavioral problems, grooming, diet and nutritional requirements, etc. that will give you practical tips, suggestions and advice that you can put to use immediately

    A unique and powerful Doggie Alert software that automatically reminds you of your pet's birthday, scheduled medical appointments and vaccinations so that you won't miss any of them.

  • Instant access to all previous TrainPetDog.com "Expert Series" videos, audio recordings and articles.
  • Membership to the Elite Dog Owners Club usually costs $77 per month but it's yours absolutely free for the first 30 days when you get our training course! And, after your 30 day free trial period, you will automatically keep getting all the benefits of membership to the Elite Dog Owners Club for the customer-only discounted price of just $37 per month instead of the regular price of $77 per month (i.e. you save $40 - more than 50% - every month).

    If you are not delighted as a member of the Club, simply contact us and cancel your membership anytime within the 30 day free trial period, and you won't be billed.

    Note: If you do not wish to be automatically enrolled into the 30 day free trial of the Elite Dog Owners Club when you purchase our training course, you will have the opportunity to opt out of it when you order our training course from our secure order form.

    The Same Information Is Not Available For Free On Other Web Sites Or In The Books That You'll Find In Your Local Library Or Bookstore

    The information you will find in our Blue Heeler training course is not available anywhere else on the Internet, or in any other book. You see, because our relationships with experts and our customers are worldwide, we also have privileged access to dog training and veterinary expertise many here in the USA would not normally come across. This allows us to cover in a very special way, some of the most important Blue Heeler training skills like.

      Understanding the underlying psychology that makes your Blue Heeler aggressive. and using this understanding in order to train your Blue Heeler to behave properly with the fastest, easiest, positive reinforcement techniques available anywhere today.

    Recognizing and respecting your Blue Heeler's emotions, which is necessary for you to be its pack-leader. along with step-by-step instructions regarding exactly HOW you should become the pack leader.

    The correct way to COMMUNICATE with your Blue Heeler based on the latest developments in animal communication research around the world.

  • How to deal with aggression in every situation - whether it's directed at you, your family members, kids, visitors, passers by or other dogs inside the house or outside.
  • No other web site or book author has access to our secret training techniques. No one else has our experts. So, you won't find this information in any other web site or in any book available in your local library or bookstore.

    Have a look at what a few more of our customers said about our training course.

    OK - Your Training Course Sounds Great, But It Must Cost a Lot of Money, Right?

    Firstly, let us ask you something:

    If you wanted to hire a professional trainer to get your Blue Heeler to stop being aggressive, what would it cost you?

    Well, the best ones that we personally know of cost nothing less than $1200.

    Plus, professional trainers will only train your Blue Heeler - they will not tell YOU any of their professional secrets. This means that after the professional trainer has trained your Blue Heeler and has gone away, if your Blue Heeler suddenly started acting aggressively again or developed some other problem, and you wanted to get rid of these problems, you wouldn't know what to do.

    Your only option would be to call the trainer yet again and pay him or her even more money.

    But, with our training course, you will never need to call a professional trainer - our training course will teach YOU the techniques and secrets (everything) that a professional Blue Heeler trainer knows!

    Also, nothing can match the satisfaction of PERSONALLY teaching your Blue Heeler to stop being aggressive and ending the risk to your wonderful relationship.

    So, given that the best professional trainers will charge you nothing less than $1200 to train your Blue Heeler, given how much frustration and stress our training course is going to save you from once your Blue Heeler stops behaving aggressively, given how much peace of mind our training course is going to provide you, and given how much time and money our training course is going to save you, we could have easily charged you at least $197 for access to our training course. But we are not going to!

    Because the TrainPetDog.com "Expert Series" Course and everything else will be presented to you digitally as online content, we will not have to incur any printing and fulfillment costs. And we want to pass on those benefits to you.

    So, we slashed down the price to $97. But, even at $97, we know that not many Blue Heeler owners are going to be able to afford to get access to our training course.

    We absolutely adore Blue Heelers and we want as many Blue Heeler owners as possible to benefit from the secret tips and techniques described in our training course.

    So, we have decided on a much more affordable discounted price.

    If you order anytime by midnight, tonight 11.59:59pm you will get the Training Course for only $37!

    However, please note that the price of $37 is a discounted price. We fully intend to increase the price to $97 very soon as there is no way we can afford to keep the price at $37 for too long. So, if you order now, you can save $60!

    But, if you decide not to order now, and in case we withdraw our discounted price of $37, you will have to pay the much higher price of $97. Start now.

    Three brand new super bonuses have been added to this awesome Blue Heeler training system at NO additional cost!

    These rare and sought after bonuses are not available in stores or anywhere else on the Internet, and this offer is very limited, so if you want 'em, you need to act today! Click here to get them now!

    • Ordering is fast, secure and simple!
    • Since this is an e-Course and everything is available online in a convenient digital format, there is nothing to ship.
    • Therefore you pay no shipping costs. And, of course, there's NO WAITING either!
    • You may be located within the US or outside, you will get instant access to everything upon ordering!
    • The Training Course is very easy to use! Even a child can use it! You don't have to be a techie or an expert to be able to use the course.
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    Note: Your order will be processed by SecureWebBilling.net - our credit card processor. Your order will be processed through a 100% secure web site. This means that your credit card details are completely safe and can never be stolen. There is absolutely NO possibility that anyone will get unauthorized access to your credit card information. We Guarantee it.

    100% Risk-Free - 120 Day Money Back Guarantee

    As further proof that we are absolutely confident that our training course will help you train your Blue Heeler to stop its aggressive behavior in no time at all, we are offering you the Blue Heeler Training Institute's risk-free, no-questions-asked, no pressure, no whining, 120 day money back guarantee

    Try out our training course, risk-free, for a full 120 days and see whether it works for you.

    If you are not happy with our training course for any reason whatsoever and if our training course does not help you to stop your Blue Heeler's aggressive behavior once and for all, we don't want you to pay a single, red cent for it.

    Simply write to us asking for a refund and we will refund the entire payment of $37 to you. This is more than just a guarantee - this is our personal promise to you.

    Why are we practically telling you to ask for your money back? Why are we giving you a 120 day guarantee whereas most websites on the Internet give you only a 30 day guarantee (and many don't give any guarantees at all)?

    Because we know that our training course delivers the goods. In fact, it over-delivers. And that is what gives us the confidence of offering a 120 day money-back guarantee.

    Finally, If You Are Still Undecided, Here's Something Vital About Your Blue Heeler's Health - It May Just Be The Most Important Thing You've Read On This Page.

    Warning: A significant percentage of Blue Heeler owners don't have any idea as to how to detect whether or not their Blue Heeler has what is called the Luxated Patella problem.

    In case your Blue Heeler does develop this problem, you need to know how to detect it and what corrective action to take. If you don't take corrective action on time, there is a VERY high probability that your Blue Heeler may end up suffering from arthritis in the future.

    To help you deal with this and other vital health issues now for your Blue Heeler, if you decide to try out our Blue Heeler Lovers Training Course today, then we'll give you a very special bonus indeed.

    "How to Look After Your Blue Heeler's Health" - yours FREE!

    The first 100 customers who get our training course today will also receive a FREE copy of our powerful special report called "How to Look After Your Dog's Health".

    This tells you everything you need to know in order to have basic medical knowledge regarding your Blue Heeler and everything that you need to do in order to ensure that your Blue Heeler has a long and healthy life.

    In this special report packed with facts you can use today, you will discover.

    • 6 separate techniques you can use to prevent your Blue Heeler from being affected by fleas (See Chapter 2).
    • How to treat insect bites in your Blue Heeler (See Chapter 2).
    • The ONLY correct method of removing TICKS from your Blue Heeler. A large majority of Blue Heeler owners make a crucial mistake when they are removing ticks from their dogs, which often causes illness not only to their dogs, but also to the owners themselves! Read Chapter 3 of this special report to find out about the ONLY correct method of removing ticks.
    • How to prevent your Blue Heeler from being affected by tapeworms or heartworms (See Chapter 2).
    • How to prevent your Blue Heeler from being affected by anemia (See Chapter 2).
    • The 9 major diseases that can affect your Blue Heeler, the crucial symptoms you need to watch out for in order to detect these diseases before they can become serious, and exactly what to do in order to cure these diseases. (See Chapter 3 of the Special Report).
    • How to detect and cure one of the MOST common problems that affect Blue Heelers called Luxated Patella where the thigh bone, knee cap, and the calf of its legs are not properly aligned, often leading to arthritis and other complications later on. Please read Chapter 7 of this special report to find out how to detect and cure this problem quickly if, God forbid, it ever occurs to your Blue Heeler.

    However, here’s what you need to know:

    We normally sell this report elsewhere on our website for $49. So obviously, we cannot give away too many copies of this report for free. That just won't be fair to people who are purchasing this report separately.

    So we've decided to only give free copies of this report to the FIRST 100 customers who sign up for our training course today. This is our way of rewarding those customers who decide to take action quickly, as opposed to those who procrastinate.

    Once the 100 copies have been given away, we'll stop giving away this report for free. Our website gets more than 10,000 visitors every day, so as you can imagine, we expect to reach that limit of 100 copies very quickly. So in case you do want a free copy of this special report, please be sure to sign up for the training course right now because the free copies are still available.

    Finally, Some Words of Encouragement.

    Picture this. within a few days or weeks, your Blue Heeler will be completely well-behaved and will no longer bite, nip, growl or jump on you, your family members and your other pets.

    You'll be able to walk your Blue Heeler or take it to the dog park without worrying that it may attack anyone you pass or try to initiate a fight with another dog.

    You'll be able to invite friends to visit you without the fear of your Blue Heeler acting like a juvenile delinquent.

    Tension between you and your spouse, fear of being sued because of your dog's biting habits, worries that you'll have to get rid of your beloved Blue Heeler - all these aggression-related problems will be gone for good!

    Your fully trained Blue Heeler will fetch you praise from admirers while you are out walking with it.

    You will have enormous peace of mind when you know that your Blue Heeler will never ever be aggressive towards other dogs or people once you implement the breakthrough new techniques that you will learn from our training course.

    You will save hundreds of hours of your time because you will no longer have to waste time experimenting with dozens of different training techniques in the hope that one of them might just work. Our training course will tell you exactly which techniques work and which techniques don't.

    You will have more leisure time which you can spend on other hobbies and activities because you will no longer have to experience the frustration of spending all your time trying to train your Blue Heeler to be less aggressive and to listen to you, and seeing all your efforts fail.

    So, you owe it to your Blue Heeler AND to yourself to try out our training course risk-free for a full 120 days. You really have nothing to lose - either you love our training course and your dog stops being aggressive, or you get a no-questions-asked refund.

    Start Today: And Here's What You Get.

    This is what you'll get when you order today:

    1 : Blue Heeler Lovers Training Course - Stop your Blue Heeler's aggression towards other dogs or people and fix any other problem that you're facing with it

    2 : Elite Dog Owners Club - You get the first 30 days FREE with the training course.

    Note: If you do not wish to be automatically enrolled into the 30 day free trial of the Elite Dog Owners Club when you purchase our training course, you will have the opportunity to opt out of it when you order our training course from our secure order form.

    3 : Unlimited Access to an Exclusive Members-Only Forum on Blue Heelers (worth $149) - But you get it FREE with the training course.

    4 : How to Look After Your Dog's Health (worth $49) - Only the first 100 customers who sign up for our training course today get this free of cost. We've not yet reached the limit of 100, so you are still eligible to get this free report.

    Everything at $97 $37 only

    (if you order anytime within 11.59:59pm)

    What could be simpler than that?

    P.S. Remember - with our risk-free, 120 day money-back guarantee, there's absolutely no way you can lose out if you purchase our training course right now. Either you absolutely love our training course and get your Blue Heeler to stop being aggressive, or you get a no-questions-asked refund of everything that you've paid us.

    So, the only way you will lose out is if you decide to think it over for a while and postpone your decision to purchase our training course.

    P.P.S.: Remember, if you order today i.e. by 11.59:59pm , you can get access to this unique Blue Heeler training course for $37.

    But, if you postpone your decision, you will have to pay $97.

    Plus, once we reach the limit of 100 customers, we will stop giving away free copies of the special report on "How to Take Care of Your Blue Heeler's Health".

    But, if you order right now, you can get access to all the groundbreaking techniques present in our training course (for which we could have easily charged you $197), a 30 day free trial to the Elite Dog Owners Club, unlimited access to our members-only private forum (worth $149 per year), AND the special report on taking care of your Blue Heeler's health (worth $49) ALL for just $37!


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