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Train Your Golden Retriever Puppy

by rkleine The Golden Retriever is an AKC registered dog breed. The following article reviews the breed. Golden retrievers are just about the most perfect dog a family can have. It represents its species so well and they have some fantastic traits. They have high intelligence, loyalty, good looks, and a loving and affectionate nature. […]

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Benefit of Dog training Schools

Which one is better? Regular dog training schools or online free dog training materials, videos, book.   Dogs are trained to behave well with the obedience training and remove bad behaviors and also be socialized with other dogs and people in regular dog training schools. Commonly trainers put the smart dogs ahead of the pack […]

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The Beginner’s Guide to Dog Agility

The Beginner’s Guide to Dog Agility ISBN13: 9780793805464 Condition: New Notes: BRAND NEW FROM PUBLISHER! BUY WITH CONFIDENCE, Over one million books sold! 98% Positive feedback. Compare our books, prices and service to the competition. 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed Digging holes in the backyard, chewing a hole in your favorite sock, running laps in the kitchen—dogs […]

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Quick Tips for Dog Agility Training

One of the biggest difficulties dog trainers have when they begin a dog agility training program is getting their dog to stay. The command ‘stay’ is a basic one but it can be challenging. Although stay is a crucial command, not only for show dogs, but for everyday dog owners, staying still is simply not […]

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Things to Consider Before You Go for a Dog Training Career

While a lot of people will become dog training careers because it’s something that a lot of people do, there are others who actually do it because they love dogs and feel that this is a career that they want to pursue. Are you one of those people that go for a dog training career […]

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Article About Training My Dog For Agility

You and your dog will enjoy and bond with dog agility training. It is unfortunate, but lots of people find it too difficult and time-consuming in order to properly train their dog to this level. It is easy to train your dog to enjoy agility courses, thats for sure. A lot of dog trainers will […]

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Career Dog Training

Things to Know Before Considering a Career in Dog Training Before you look at a career as a dog trainer ask yourself if you are someone who loves dogs and wants to love them more, or, are thinking about it, just because someone brought it to your attention as a possible option? Back to Basic […]

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4 to 8 Dog Agility Jumps Makes Ideal Training

4 to 8 Dog Agility Jumps Makes Ideal Training We are often asked, “How many jumps should I start with?”  You can never have too many single jumps to practice agility.  A good starting place is four jumps.  This is the absolute minimum number of jumps that we recommend.  You can teach a variety of […]

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How To Improve Your Dog’s Confidence

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How To Start Training A Dog For Agility

Intro & History Dog agility training began as a sport in the UK in the 1970s, and involves successful completion of an obstacle course. It’s a great way to develop a strong bond between pet and owner; it can also help build confidence in timid dogs (and owners). It’s also a great form of exercise as it uses not just the dog’s physicality, but the intelligence as well. The human partner may find that their fitness improves as they are required to do as much work as the dog. Whilst agility training can be done to allow participation in competition, there’s no rule to say it’s not just for a fun time with your dog.

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