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  1. Dog Training Forum
    If you disagree, please give your opinion and reasoning, as I am very interested in keeping an open mind to other approaches. If you agree, feel free to comment ;) 1.My approach is positive. 2.But not "Purely Positive" in that if my dog is doing something I don't want, I have no problem saying...
  2. Dog Training Forum
    I'd actually quit training a few months because of this. I did a lot right, but didn't do everything perfect, yet my dog is still reactive, and I'm having a heck of a time with jumping on people. My mental health can't handle an all-my-fault method. My husband, who doesn't go for that, has...
  3. Dog Training Forum
    Hello everyone, and happy Thursday! So my younger boy, Sonny, is absolutely in love with any and everybody. He loves people dearly and it's one of his best traits. However - when we're at the dog park he's having some trouble with getting too excited and jumping up on people. He was doing...
  4. Dog Pictures Forum
    We've been working on it for a while. We were stuck on him handing the tissue to me instead of dropping it right after he pulled it out of the box. I am happy to say he hands it to me now in shorter distances. Yay Meeko!
  5. Dog Training Forum
    Living in a high-rise apartment building in a city, I bring my dog out on public walks and to the dog park out of necessity -- there's just no other way to properly exercise my dog. Georgie is only about one year old and an extremely cute little 25-pound terrier. I know, I know, everyone thinks...
  6. Dog Training Forum
    Hello, I'm intrigued to know which methods of training people use for the puppies in there life? We decided to use a 'Positive Reinforcement' method, rarely raising the voice and always showing the correct behaviour then praising for it. However it's all perfectly good in black and white but...
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