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Raeanne.g96   Sacramento, CA

12/19/2013 11:15:51 AM

What was this article posted exactly?

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Juanita   Victoria, B.C. Canada, International

2/21/2013 8:06:51 PM

I really like this article. The methods are not negative to the dog and are very clearly explained in steps. Everything makes sense and suits my perspective. Actually doing these things will feel in tune for me and adjustable for the dogs

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Konsta   Finland, Ohio

10/9/2012 10:18:23 AM

Hi, sorry I'm not native speaker, so does the click here mean to actually click (like clicking your fingers) or is is the whatever verbal cue called click?

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janet   bethlehem, PA

12/2/2011 4:15:59 AM

good article, thanks

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Patricia   Winchester, KY

2/15/2011 8:21:52 PM

Is there any help with, having two cats (for 8 years) and after our family dog died a month ago, we have adopted two shelter dogs, 3mo pup/and 2 yr bigger dog.. How can I help them (all) get along. The big one barks at them.

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Patricia   Winchester, KY

2/15/2011 8:18:41 PM

I liked the article and will begin using the clicker as well as the treats I use. Out shelter dogs, are tiring sometimes, but we love them. a small 3 mo./and big 2yr old (horse), the 2 year old is already sitting, and they are doing wonderful in the nightime crates, the small one even uses his crate to nap during the day.

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mary f   harrisburg, PA

1/18/2011 10:27:00 AM

I found this article very helpful.

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Janet   Bethlehem, PA

10/30/2010 2:56:14 PM

good article, thank you

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paige   south lake tahoe, CA

8/17/2010 9:54:37 AM

Great article - thank you so much for sharing it.

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Cynthia Marston   Sweet Home, OR

4/11/2010 8:16:37 AM

i lik that the article says dogs live in the moment and can move forward from that point. i make a lot of mistakes but keep trying .mainly i expect too much too soon and then loose patience. also i don't train often enough.

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Kthie   Gilbert, AZ

3/30/2010 9:18:19 AM

We just rescued the most amazing senior dog - she has learned everything she needs to know in just one month! My only issue with her is that I can't leave her alone - she has such anxiety when I am not in her sight. I can't even go from room to room. I don't baby her; I've tried leaving the house for just a couple of minutes - she whines and barks like a puppy. What can I do?

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Christopher Morris   Union, NJ

2/18/2010 7:41:40 AM

I found these instructions very helpful. I have had a lot of time off with our economy. So I decided to volunteer at two dog and cat shelter's. I have been working with many American Pit Bull Terriers and many mixed terriers. I have found them to be excellant dogs but very stubborn. I have been searching for as much information on training them because they are hard to get adopted.

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Janet   Bethlehem, PA

12/19/2009 7:35:15 AM

good article thanks

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Charla   Orange, TX

10/2/2009 8:48:53 AM

great info, we just recused a dog and was wondering how and when to start training

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Stephanie   North Canton, OH

8/25/2009 11:33:14 AM

Good tips-thanks!

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Karla   myrtle beach, SC

5/13/2009 6:16:30 PM

excellent article I cant wait to take home my rescued dog and start training.

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janet   bethlehem, PA

4/18/2009 6:28:21 AM

very interesting thank you

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Connie   Paulding, OH

2/14/2009 1:26:51 PM

I have just adopted a shelter dog. I was very surprised @ how well behaved he is, already potty trained, very good w/kids & cats. I took a chance on this little guy & I was very much rewarded. But I think it also has a lot to do w/ the breed

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janet   bethlehem, PA

11/11/2008 9:03:30 AM

good article thanks

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Sandy   House Springs, MO

9/29/2008 7:27:47 AM

This is exactly the info I was looking for!

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