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Time to balance out the animal posts. CitiKitty was all about cats, but today has gone to the dogs. And I’m a dog guy.

Rather than go product, I went service. Dog training.

It’s not about any one place in particular. Just a dog-training-in-general post. I knew I’d be able to relate to this one a lot more. I was right.

Here are 104 lines about behavior schools for doggos.

1Train your dog to behave better than your kids
2Now your dog won’t attack the neighbors unless you want him to
3Dog leashes? Not for you.
4Make your dog smarter than you
5We’ve trained dogs even more difficult than yours
6Helping you get the dog you’ve always wanted
7Train your dog to only pounce on people you want him too
8Make your dog turn heads at the dog park
9Have the best behaved dog at the park
10Trust your dog home alone
11Train your best friends to act the way you want them so
12You’ll see a difference in your dog, fast
13The only thing you have to lose is muddy paw prints on your pants
14Live the off-leash life
15Be proud of how well-behaved your dog is
16Even if your dog is dumb, he can be well-behaved
17Whoever said you can’t teach an old dog new tricks obviously never tried our course
18Teaching old dogs new tricks
19Making happy pups obedient
20The Master class for man’s best friend
21Make your dog a good dog
22Any dog can be a good dog
23You’ll love your dog even more when it’s trained
24Turning good dogs into great dogs
25Don’t settle for having a “good” dog
26Now you’ll be just as excited to see your dog as he is to see you
27If you had a tail, you’d be wagging it too
28If you think your dog is untrainable, you’re wrong
29Your dog isn’t untrainable. He was just taught wrong.
30We have 8 years of training. So, 56 dog years.
31Our staff has been trained by the best dogs in the business
32Making better dogs, one pooch at a time
33You’ll get in the last woof every time
34Make the mailman un-hate you
35It’s time to lose the Beware Of Dog sign
36Training puppers and doggos to be the perfect companion
37Make your four-footed friend more reliable
38Your dog will lick you with pride
39Have a pup that makes you proud
40Trust your dog around your kids
41The proud puppy maker
42Strengthen the bond between man and dog
43Unleash your well-behaved-dog-edness
44Train your dog to respond with pride, not fear
45Make your training a paws-on experience
46When your dogs feel good, it’s pawsitive reinforcement
47Make ’em wag their tales with pride
48Having a well trained isn’t such a far “fetched” idea
49Train your dog, and yourself, to get better behavior
50Does your dog prevent you from having people over?
51Tired of pulling dogs?
52Get a dog who walks beside you, even off-leash
53Make your dog behave like a British gentleman
54Get a dog better behaved than you
55Ever see those dogs who carry their own leashes?
56Now only will you have the cutest dog, but you’ll have the best behaved
57Good behavior isn’t a trick
58Is your dog’s behavior trying to tell you something?
59Helping good owners make great dogs
60For dog owners tired of apologizing for their pets behavior
61For dog owners to embarrassed to go back to the park
62Dog training for happy-but-bad pups
63No more “bad dog”
64The dog training system for owners who sometimes regret owning a dog
65The good dog system for bad dogs
66Where bad dogs turn good
67The “Oh, your dog is so good!” training system
68Where distressed dog owners find their cure
69Where you lose your bad dog and find your good one
70Walk your dog without pulling
71Ever feel like Marmaduke is dragging you down the street?
72Tired of teeth marks on your butt?
73The cost of the class is cheaper than replacing a chewed up table leg
74Think about your dog’s action that drove you here. Now click the “register” button.
75If you’re here, you already know you need help training your dog.
76Like having a well-behaved protector at your side
77Good dogs, Heel!
78“Heel” yourself of bad dog problems
79Obedient dogs training with kindness
80Here’s why your dog wants you to train him:
81The good news for owners of bad dogs
82Change your dog from a handful to helpful
83Is your new dog a disaster?
84It feels good when people aren’t afraid of you dog
85Next time a child asks if they can pet your dog, you’ll be able to say “yes”
86Make your dog a lover, not a fighter
87Good dogs get hugs
88Find the smart inside your dog
89All dogs are capable of being good. They just need it brought out.
90It takes more than just sit and stay to make a good dog
91Good dogs make happy masters
92Get the control you’re lacking over your dog
93Stop fooling yourself that this is just puppy energy, and get the training help you need
94Good news for people who thought they’d never be able to go back to the dog park
95Become the person at the dog park with the good dog
96Lose the fear of what happens if you drop the leash
97Trained dogs make loyal companions
98A trained dog is a good dog
99You won’t have to apologize to people about your dog anymore
100No more knocked over trash cans
101Don’t be afraid to leave food on the counter anymore
102The best time to train your dog is now
103Training your dog is the responsible thing to do
104Can you trust your dog?

Overall: Really good! I don’t want to pat myself on the back too hard, but these lines spoke to the benefits more than what I saw on the 7 or 8 pages I used for inspiration.

I normally mix up the lines before reviewing, but to show you more, like yesterday, I’m going to leave these as is. You’ll see that my favorite lines were the ones in the beginning. That doesn’t always happen, but maybe you’ll see where and how inspiration struck.

Lessons: The lines came 2 Fast 2 Furious today. I knocked out 60 before hitting the template, and it was all in less than 30 minutes.

  • I used a few formulas to rev the engine on the back half, but after a few, I was back to using my big, dog-lovin’ brain.
  • I pulled a lot from experience. Some lines were inspired by trips to the dog park.
  • The lines about “dumb dogs” aren’t meant to be offensive. Probably wouldn’t be best to use those for most businesses, but as a dog owner, you know when you have a dumb dog. (They’re the most lovable!)
  • A few good lines came late in the list. So always keep digging—even if you think you’ve already found the one.
  • My favorite lines felt more tactile. They pointed to real life scenarios.
  • I love writing about things I know. (Duh.)

Time: 58 minutes  over 2 sessions

Am I missing anything? Let me know in the comments!



photo credit: Lolas K9 School