$19.99 for a dog-training mastery multimedia package (a $99.95 value)
- The Secrets to Dog Training eBook and audio book
- The Ultimate House Training Guide
- The Ultimate Guide to Dog Health
- Access to premium online videos covering training techniques
- Eight bonus eBooks covering topics such as dog first aid, gourmet dog-food recipes, and security training
The dog-training mastery course schools dog owners in three crucial topics: obedience training, house training, and general health. The comprehensive multimedia kit is designed to give owners all the resources they need to deal with challenges such as aggression, barking, chewing, and separation anxiety, amongst many others.
Kingdom of Pets
In 2004, a group of animal-loving friends teamed up with Daniel Stevens, a pioneer of dog-training methods, to pen an eBook: Secrets to Dog Training. This ground-breaking work covers dog-training from nose to tail, with tips on how to stem aggression and speed up house training. The success of the book led to the founding of Kingdom of Pets, a one-stop shop for pet-care resources. In addition to dog-training eBooks, DVDs, online videos, and audio books, The Kingdom of Pets catalogue covers the care of cats, tropical fish, and childhood teddy bears that have finally come to life.
When learning a foreign language, spoken conversation is one of the most important skills—and one of the most difficult to master. That’s why Rocket Languages’ online courses focus on listening comprehension and pronunciation, rather than dry written work, using techniques that let students learn a new tongue in as little as half the time of traditional teaching methods. Students of any experience level can practice chit-chatting in 11 available languages, including Hindi, Mandarin, Spanish, and Italian, or engage with English-as-a-second-language courses designed for native Spanish or Japanese speakers. With lifetime access to their chosen courses, participants have unlimited chances to practice more than 30 interactive audio activities per level, and time to take in enrichment lessons on cultural topics, such as how to cook a country’s cuisine or identify its soil by mouthfeel. Though the lessons are administered online, they don’t lack a human element: a native speaker hosts each course, bilingually guiding students through the material.
Rocket Languages had been positively reviewed by The New York Times even before a major 2012 upgrade that introduced games and apps that are compatible with iPhones, iPads, and Android tablets and smartphones. Since then, these interactive improvements have garnered an Editors' Choice award from PCMag and a BESSIE Award for Best Foreign Language software. Popular features include Rocket Record, where users can record their pronunciation of phrases and compare them to recordings of their tutor saying the same phrase, and a progress tracker where students can compare their progress to other students in the same level.