Dog Training & Behavior Tips by Rich
by Rich Weinssen
The most important elements of training a dog are trust and cooperation. Demanding “strict” obedience tends to reduce trust and cooperation.
We all must find our own logical boundaries, what makes sense and seems fair and what makes that tail wag more often.
Modern training breaks training issues into smaller, more manageable increments, allowing us to understand and move behavior far more carefully.
There are many training choices out there and you should pick a training program that fits your own logical viewpoints. I have listed many of my Northern NJ dog training competitors, for your convenience. Their placement does not they recommend my training program or Hidden Fence products. :) Still, these are reputable trainers with a wide range of methods…
(As of June, 2011, I am accepting veterinary referrals and providing local dog owner consultations for uncommon/difficult behavior issues)
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