Dear Great Dane owner,
If you want to have a happy, healthy and obedient Great Dane, then
this might be the most important message you read today...
Let me tell you why:
There is more to having a pet Great Dane than you might have first
thought. To be more precise, there's more to understanding and
loving it than you would have ever even considered. You want to make
sure you and your dog are both having a happy and an enjoyable time
together - always.
I think I should introduce myself, my name is Martin Webster.
I'm not a professional dog trainer or anything fancy, but just an ordinary
person like you who simply loves Great Danes.
Let me ask you something, are these 3 of the most important secrets
you want to know about your Great Dane?
1. How to make your Great Dane happy and loving?
2. How to understand what your Great Dane wants or likes so
that you can take care of it to make sure it's always healthy?
3. What are the secrets to train your Great Dane to follow your
instructions and listen to you obediently every time?
Those were the 3 main burning questions I had when I
first had Bella (that's my Great Dane's name) around. But I was
frustrated because I couldn't find this information anywhere!
Especially on getting the love, attention and obedience training
In fact, I've searched in almost all the corner
bookstores around. Yeah, sure I found a few dog books authored by
the so-called 'dog experts'. I bought them happily and started
reading but when I applied the tips given, they just didn't work!
I realized why most of the books I read don't
They are dog books, NOT Great Dane books!
You see, Great Danes are a wonderful breed that seems
to have their own ways and mind.
The so-called 'dog expert' writers have probably never owned a
Great Dane before. They might
have owned dogs, but not Great Danes.
Lastly, the writing is based on THEIR opinions of
what's right and wrong. Heck, how sure are they that what they teach
After a hard consideration, I set out to find these
secrets myself. It was not easy at first, but I pursued and
I ended up doing my own research to find out the
truth about these secrets so that I can take good care of my own
dog. (And of course, I wanted to find a way to stop him from chewing
on my slippers!)
Then, I wanted him to get along with the children. I
spent over 3 months just communicating with 124 Great Dane lovers
around the world (some are owners) to get their input and learn from
Then, I surfed the
internet, burning the midnight
oil to read articles and forum posts to find out more. And, of
course, I did not forget about the tips I've gathered from books
I've bought from the local bookstores.
Next I spent time with
4 professional dog trainers to find
those who specialise in Great Danes. One gave me the low down on
Great Dane behaviour
problems like barking, chewing or begging, and how to cure them.
Another showed me simple, but effective
methods to specifically train Great Danes to Sit, Stay, Lay
Down, Come, Retrieve and more.
Finally I spoke to my vet (who also has two Great Danes) and
the local veterinarian training hospital who gave me great advice on
keeping a Great Dane healthy, how to prevent and cure common
(and less common) Great Dane illnesses and diseases.
Phew! It was a lot of work. But if you were to ask
me whether it was worth the effort, I'll say YES because I finally
got my answers. It's no longer a secret to me how to make a Great Dane
happy, healthy and obedient the way you want it.
Back to the purpose of this letter
"Isn't it time you
started to make your Great Dane happy, healthy, obedient and, most of
all, have a good time with you always?"
Here's your ticket to fast-track learn that and to
end any shooting in the dark, figuring how to achieve that
Great Dane Secrets
"The Ultimate Guide To Make
Your Great Dane
Happy, Healthy And Obedient!"
is unlike ANY dog book you see on the shelf because it's a
researched book from people who personally own Great Danes. Ask
yourself, if you want to learn how to fly, would you ask a sailor to
teach you or an airplane pilot?
With that said, Great Dane Secrets full of
help, advice and secrets from Great Dane experts and Great Dane
lovers (like you and me), instead of
opinions of a single 'dog-expert'.
...check out just SOME of the
information you will find inside:
Learn the primary concern why a Great Dane can be
hard to train by knowing this, you'll be able to
suit its need and the next thing you know, he'll be fetching the
newspaper every morning for you!
You'll learn how worthwhile can your Great Dane be for your
family and children
The little known secrets of why Great Danes must be obedient
Teach your Great Dane to sit, stay, lay down, come,
fetch and more
Stop unwanted behavior like barking, chewing or begging
How to housetrain your Great Dane quickly and easily
The quick and easy way to keep Great Dane out of trouble
like when he barks at your neighbor!
The critical information on the dangerous disease that a Great Dane
can get easily infected with compared to any other types
|My Great Dane Can Sit & Stay!
I thought I would drop you a line to let you know that after
just 4 short sessions with my 8 week old Great Dane pup
"Archie" he can now sit and stay on command and
without hesitation. Your step by step training lessons are
to easy to understand for me and "Archie". I so
proud of him and myself. Your books make looking after him a
real joy. Thank you so much.
Carol Fancy, TX
One of the best ways to make dog obedience training 'fun'
for both of you
Sure-fire methods to breed Great Danes
to have the traits you
How to decide what is best to feed your dog to make sure
it's healthy most of the time
Step-by-step instructions to train your dog in the
beginning, when you first started and with love
I'll help you to know exactly why you must check the
parents' traits of a Great Dane puppy before adopting it
The simple trick which will stop your Great Dane from
chewing your slippers and furniture!
Choosing the right grooming for your Great Dane - do this
wrong and you'll irritate your dog!
A complete explanation of the origin and nature of Great Danes
this will help you to understand it much deeper
|Help & Support
You books are great but your email support is even better.
Helen Jackson, San Francisco, CA
Simple formula on how to save your dog if it encounters
kidney trouble that is not obvious externally
What is the balanced diet for a healthy Great Dane so that
it's fit to run and able to play with you
The secret weapon of how to use praise effectively on your
dog - He'll just love it when you do it correctly
But That's Not All...
You'll Also Discover...
Tips and tricks of how to train your dog to follow your
instructions and gain your attention quickly
The hidden truth about a Great Dane's sensitive health that
you must know how to take care of
How to quickly know if your Great Dane is in a happy mood
especially when it sees other people
What all Great Danes must have to make them happy and be
How and why you must know about fleas, as much as about
your dog, because fleas can be a huge problem if you have a dog
|We Can All Learn Something
My son sent me Great Dane Secrets as a Birthday present as he is
currently in Australia. We have a 3 year old Great Dane who is beautiful, charming, funny, loyal and loving but only
does as she's told when she feels like it.
Having had 2 Great Danes before we assumed that this was part
of their breed trait and just lived with their pulling on
leads, running off, chewing things she shouldn't etc. After all their
characters more than make up for this.
I read Great Dane Secrets and The Dog Lovers Guide. My husband
laughed when I said that I was going to try and train Lucy
to sit when she was told, walk to heel and come when
she was called.
Lucy and I went into the study and began our lessons. We
were going to start with the basics, "The Sit". My
husband laughed a little more at the site of me reading
aloud from Great Dane Secrets and following the instructions. To
both our surprised Lucy sat. It must have been luck. I made
her stand up and tried again. Nothing. I realised that I had
missed out the hand movement and as soon as I used it she
sat again. We practiced for a little longer and both Lucy
and I became "sit" perfect.
We worked though the book a little each day, Lucy and I
learning as we went. Eventually our whole family used to
gather for Lucy's lessons. It became a family occasion and
she loved it.
As I write this Lucy is still beautiful, charming, funny,
loyal and loving but now she can sit, walk to heal and
actually comes when she's called. Even better, she no longer
chews the furniture!
4 months ago if you had told me that I could obedience
train a 3 year old Great Dane I would have laughed like my
Husband did. You and Lucy proved us wrong.
Susan Reynolds, Baltimore, MD
How to prevent your Great Dane from getting fleas - it's one
of the most irritating things that can happen to your dog (AND YOU
TOO), avoid it at all cost!
Discover why obedience training is a must for your Great Dane
What you must do if you find that your dog has fleas
Why Great Danes have such powerful affection for humans
How to identify the difference attitudes of male and female
|Top Of The Class
We had been taking our new Great Dane to obedience classes
for 2 months without much success. The other dogs and their
owners were doing really well but Sasha is do head strong
and I'm so in experienced that we were still trying to
master the basics. We were bottom of the class. It was both frustrating
We purchased Great Dane Secrets in the hope that you would be
able to help. Help, you transformed our dog. After reading
the chapter on Repetition and Reward the penny dropped and
we began again from the beginning. Her behaviour changed
within 20 minutes and we made more progress after 2, 30
minute sessions than in the whole of the previous 2 months.
We kept Sasha from classes for 3 weeks and taught her to
Sit, stay, come, walk to heel and fetch using your techniques. Then
we went back to class. I was really nervous but Sasha went
through her paces perfectly to a huge cheer from the other
owners and amazement from the trainer.
We have we now passed out of the obedience class with
flying colours and Sasha won the trainers award for being
"The most improved dog".
Tim Hedgeworthy, Colchester, UK
PS Thank you for answering our email questions. It is
great to know you are there to offer advice and support.
The relatively unknown tip that help Great Danes adapt to any
How often your dog must be treated to avoid heartworms
Exactly how long a typical, normal Great Dane can live - so
don't expect your dog to perform outrageous tricks and stunts when
it's already a 'grandpa'!
Your technique for housebreaking a Great Dane is simple, fun and effective. Our lives so much less stressful
now as our Great Dane used to make quite a mess and we were
struggling to teach her to do her business outside.
Adina , Columbus, OH
What kind of health problem will pass on to the next
generation if you breed your Great Dane
Why spanking your dog for bad behavior is not recommended
to solve the obedience problem you have
Find out the never-expected areas where your dog could pick
up fleas know this and you are safe from this flea problem
What does dog training actually means to your Great Dane
What your Great Dane will do if he wants your attention
We purchased your book to help us with our pedigree Great Dane
puppy. Her training is going brilliantly thanks to
We also have an elderly Labrador and were delighted
to discover so much help for older dogs in the Bonus Book.
After just 7 weeks he moves better and seems to have
regressed by 3 years.
Such an unexpected bonus, it brings a
tear to my eye to see the two of them playing together.
Jennifer Hernandez, Marysville, KS
You'll know what you must never let your Great Dane do or
you'll get unpleasant encounters
How much grooming is required by your Great Dane?
Why Great Danes are prone to skin complaints and how to stop your
dog getting them
Uncover the importance of having a crate for your dog and
how to train them to use one
The simple technique to keep your Great Dane out of trouble
Dozens of things that a Great Dane likes that you may not
know (Listening to your singing while you are bathing them is
Exactly what is the most important aspect you must know if
you want to have a good Great Dane by your side
"The Tips Revealed In
This Book Are Practical, Applicable and Instantly Useful..."
For example, I did not know that a crate can be so important to Great Danes. Now, my dog has her own crate to sleep in, and we're
both happier because of it! :o)
I've put together these steps and first-rate tips for you to
start a wonderful and loving relationship with your Great Dane. In a
couple of weeks (or days) time, you would probably see some results.
I took a lot of time writing my book that is jam-packed full of
tips to ensure your success in building a loving relationship with
your Great Dane.
So if I invested my time to write a book that promises that your
dog will be happier, healthier and more obedient... how much would
you be willing to invest in it?
If you were searching for these useful tips yourself, it would
easily take you months (or even years!) to discover them. But
obviously, you DO NOT have that kind of time because YOU WANT to
enjoy your time with your lovely dog now. Or, if you go ahead and
buy several dog magazines or books, you'll end up spending over
$200.00 or more. Mind you, these books are NOT about GREAT DANES like
you want, but a general understanding of DOGS only.
How about investing a just $19.95 to help you get started on
finding all these secrets?
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You owe it to yourself to have this great relationship with your Great Dane. And now, you can absolutely achieve that. Here's your
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P.S. Please feel free to email me at martin.webster(at)all-about-puppies.com
if you have any questions.