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Where can I find tips for dog training?
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ben99
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Aug 20, 2020 01:58 AM

Where can I find tips for dog training?
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Reply #1: Aug 20, 2020 09:50 PM

in my opinion, it will be easier for you to go for training with a specialist with your pet
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Reply #2: Aug 20, 2020 09:57 PM

If you want your dog to be smart, obedient, well-mannered and bring you only joy, then you cannot do without training. A dog that comes up on command, does not pull on a leash, sits down, walks, brings an object to carry - the pride of the owner. But such results can only be achieved through long and hard training. And the sooner you start raising a puppy, the more results you will achieve. Dog training should begin after you have decided for what purpose you want to raise your pet: to protect and guard the house, to participate in exhibitions, for sports, for office work, or you need a companion dog. The choice of a coach, a platform and a training program depends on this.
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Reply #3: Oct 31, 2020 08:13 AM

Absolutely right! Dog is a responsabily
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Reply #4: Oct 31, 2020 09:01 AM

To tell the truth, I also found in Google some interesting sources with useful information. Honestly, I consider that the owner must teach his dog by himself, so the process of education was will be more restorative and the animal new who is the master. Indeed, this site https://inspiredogs.com/how-to-know-if-your-dog-has-bonded-with-you-and-trusts-you/ helped me a lot, they publish all the necessary information and advices according to all the moments of training and relationship with your pet in detail and in the smallest moments.
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Reply #5: Oct 31, 2020 09:29 AM

To tell the truth, I also found in Google some interesting sources with useful information. Honestly, I consider that the owner must teach his dog by himself, so the process of education was will be more restorative and the animal new who is the master. Indeed, this site https://inspiredogs.com/how-to-know-if-your-dog-has-bonded-with-you-and-trusts-you/ helped me a lot, they publish all the necessary information and advices according to all the moments of training and relationship with your pet in detail and in the smallest moments.
My friend was just looking for this information. Thanks
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Reply #6: Jan 13, 2021 01:11 PM

If you want to train your dog by yourself it will be quite hard, because without any experience it's hard to find a way to learn your dog how to comprehend your lessons.
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Reply #7: Today at 03:06 AM

I totally agree that better for you to train with a specialist, or if you want to train your dog by yourself, I think you can find a lot of youtube tips.
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