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It’s impossible for a dog trainer to go to a function and not get asked questions as soon as people discover what you do for a living.As ..read more
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Once your dog understands some verbal cues mark them down on cards. Keep them in a hat or box. Before you go out for a walk or other time ..read more
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Visualize this: you are walking with your dog. He is wearing a flat collar and attached is a standard 6’ leash. Every time he moves ..read more
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There is so much conflicting information on what your dog should or shouldn't do. It can be very confusing to dog owners looking for ..read more
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Before we bring a dog into our home most of us have an idea or picture of what life will be with our dog. Some get a small dog so it's easy ..read more
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That's my new catch phrase when discussing what to do when your puppy rolls over onto his back. Most humans interpret that as rub my belly ..read more
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