The Dog Training Secret Reviews
About The Dog Training Secret
The Dog Training Secret, found online at TheDogTrainingSecret.com, is a do it yourself training guide for dog owners created by a team of professionals using the newest and most trusted training theories.
According to the website, Chet Womach and a team of trainers with over twenty years of combined experience got together in 2005 to create and develop a training program which is completely hands off, and based entirely on positive reinforcement.
The Dog Training Secret says there are three important things a dog owner needs to do to ensure a happy, well behaved dog. The first is to make sure that your dog is healthy. This means having your dog either spayed or neutered, as well as regular vet check ups and exercise. A dog that is unhealthy is likely to act out.
The second important thing a pet owner needs is particular equipment to help your dog at every age and stage of development, like chew toys, a crate, treats, a good dog bed, grooming supplies, and more.
And finally, the third thing you need for a happy, well behaved dog is good training program, and not just for puppies, but for older dogs as well. Dog owners should know that training continues throughout the life of the dog, and doesn’t just end with housebreaking.
The Dog Training Secret program focuses on training which uses all positive reinforcement and doesn’t rely on old theories of asserting dominance on your dog with hitting, yelling, or using “nasty” training devices like shock collars, prong collars, or choke collars.
The Dog Training Secret store sells training assistance tools like leashes and clickers, and a range of training programs you can buy to train your dog on your own, at home. These programs range from $37.77 for the most basic training program DVD series all the way to $197.00 for an interactive training program where you’ll watch live demonstrations online and have all your specific pet issues addressed.
Customers who have any complaints about what they receive have up to 60 days to return their product and request a refund.
If you have any experience with this system, please leave The Dog Training Secrets reviews below.
16 ‘The Dog Training Secret’ Reviews
Like the previous reviews I had trouble with the website and couldn’t log in. I finally did log in and was dissatisfied with the program. I contacted the company who refused to give me a refund because I was out of the refund period by four days. I also filed a complaint with the better business bureau. They still refused to give me a refund even a partial refund. This company doesn’t care if customers don’t like the program or didn’t use it. They only care about profit.
this guy stole $124.00 from me...you go to sign into the site and it doesn't work but there also is no way to reset a password or anything like that...because IT IS A SCAM! and the phone number you will never get a person or a call back and it goes to a voicemail ALL THE TIME! you will never get a call back....because IT IS A SCAM! I am sure all communication that you get from them are computer generated...I also think FACEBOOK needs to have some degree of accountability having SCAMMERS putting ads on FACEBOOK!
I really liked my first experience with your company. Ordered Impluse control. Good lessons. Then wanted to try hands off for 37.77. Can't log in and haven't gotten a response from my e-mails. Think I may have been taken also.
I signed for the $37.77 and then all these windows with added feature at added cost kept popping up. I had to close the site to get off it. One week later they billed my Ax card for $197.97 without my knowledge. I immediately called the fraud unit. I don't care how good you train dogs if it takes scamming the customer to do it.
Chet has many great training ideas. I like his hands-off training video and his companion dog training video. I have a lot of work ahead of me to get these behaviors trained, but the concepts are sensible theories. The hard part now is implementing them all. I think he may have done the $197 thing to me, too, but I just e-mailed and they took care of it. I think I missed something. Maybe in the fine print. Like "cancel within 30 days and pay nothing or something like that" Anyway, my favorite part that makes everything make sense is the clicker game. You gotta see that!
I think Minet seems a little tired or cranky sometimes, but she is definitely a good dog trainer (maybe not a people trainer). I guess that's the worst I can say. Probably most of you have stopped reading by now, but I had to say something.
Sorry about your money issues.
Sarah M. and Peanut
this is just a way to bill you $37.99 then a week later bill you another $197.99 for something you no nothing about. P.O.S. scum, scam artist
I ordered the $37.77 downloadable version of their dog training video and I declined all of their many high pressure sales pitches and finally just stopped opening their stupid e-mails. It is now 9 days after I placed my initial $37.77 order and I received an invoice stating that my full $197 balance was paid. The funny thing about this is that I never authorized this amount and I plan to call my credit card company to have the charge reversed, report them to the BBB, and if that doesn't do any good, I might go find this Chet guy and use physical force to take my money and a lot of satisfaction from this P.O.S. I can only hope that he is locked up in prison soon because I am reading about a lot of other pissed off people who had the same experience.