Article: Let's start training! We will start with basic sit, down and stay commands, and progress from there.: Very good article
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|Over the years I have had a dog...usually raised from puppy hood and have taken the time to teach from the beginning...potty training through obedience...I have always thought that a well trained companion was a joyous partner to have. I don't like a dog to jump on me, or pull me when he is leashed for a walk. This is just bad manners. My dogs have always grown into good partners and behaved themselves around others.
OH, and your son looks like a good handler....
Keep up the good work
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|Thank you for reading. Skye is definitely showing the ability to handle dogs of all kinds in a positive way.
I don't like pulling and jumping, either, and will probably cover walking and heeling in my next training article (due out whenever I get to it). I still need to work with my own 2 on 'visitor' manners as they get very few visitors for me to work with, but it all is moving along very well.
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