Setting the Tone for Successful Learning

by Shari Dinkins Years ago, I adopted a dog from a local humane society. At twelve pounds, he was not threatening yet he barked at other dogs, pulled on the leash, and rushed visitors at my door. After investigating several options, I hired a reputable dog trainer to come to my home. I was naive about the training process. I imagined that this professional would simply step into my living room, sit my dog down and have a very serious talk with him. Then he would start acting differently. How wrong I was. This trainer knew what most dog trainers do—that dog training is mostly about […]
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