We have two dogs a Rough Collie named Ben (5 years) and a Boarder Collie cross Lakeland Terrier named Mindy (8 months). Ben was a rescue dog and was so grateful to be re-homed that he was a breeze to train, Then came along the puppy from Hell Mindy and we really needed help with her from the start, so we decided to buy Secrets to Dog Training. After reading through Secrets to Dog Training we got some very good ideas on how to handle her. I am not saying that it is a magic cure and that it happens over night because it doesn't , and it is hard work. But if the people stick to the explanations given it is very worth it in the end.
Mindy was so much of a handful with my three children that we had thought of actually getting rid of her, but with Secrets to Dog Training being on hand to read and refer back to when needed, we have no thought of that anymore. The book has every problem -/ Solution that we have come across with Mindy, and even though there is still along way for us to go with her, we are happy in our-self's because when she throws a problem at us the answer is just a few pages away.