What's with all the negativity out there in the dog-training ... that techno-training is a growing trend. And who can argue the pleasures of instantaneous control and blind obedience? But if you want to live in the real world, with loving, happy companions.
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I have taken three dogs through traditional obedience training classes. I can’t say we were very good at it. In fact, the last dog I took to class was a drop out! We tried two classes, but he was panicked by some of the other dogs, and the instructor was.
Reyes, a dog behaviorist, launched Happy Hounds University in June after training dogs in New York for eight years. The business, he said, has grown quickly enough that he will open a facility in Boalsburg early next year. “It really hasn’t hit me yet.
“I have no more than 6 dogs in my class because I want one-on-one time with each person,” Bee said. They all want something different out of the class and I want to be able to help them succeed.” Bee uses only force-free training, which is different.
Or cut down on distance and find a hill to climb instead. Cathy Guinane, director of training at the Nebraska Humane Society, recommended giving your dog time to stop and sniff on walks. “That’s the best part for the dog,” she said. Letting dogs.
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Barbara Hobel of Elanora Heights is starting 'Happy Apartment Dogs' at her Goodog dog and puppy training school in anticipation. "You want dogs to be calm at home and not react from noise in other apartments and to be able to use lifts and stairwells," she.
Lewis opened Happy Dog Grooming and Positive Training in mid-July, building on a career that began when she went to work for another local dog trainer, Susan Sharpe, in 2011. “She was looking for someone to just do baths,” Lewis recalls. Over the next.