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What is positive reinforcement training?

Positive Reinforcement has emerged as the only form of training that is highly effective and can involve all family members. It involves using food or praise to emphasize good behaviors and to redirect inappropriate behaviors into acceptable ones. It allows even the youngest members of the family to become involved in training and makes it fun for the whole family!
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Train your pet in as little as 10 to 15 minutes a day!

Properly training a puppy is not a large time commitment. If you can put aside 10 to 15 minutes every other day, you can train a puppy. Puppies want to learn, and you will quickly find that they love to please their owner. After basic obedience the real fun begins. You can start advanced training or get involved in local dog clubs that share similar interests.
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Any dog can be trained, yes, any dog.

Quite often we hear comments like "I have an untrainable dog". This is not true! While puppies are easier to train, you can still teach an old dog new tricks. can help you understand why your pet acts in a particular way and make suggestions so that you can redirect those behaviors. An important component of training is making sure that all family members are using the same clear commands and hand signals.
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You can prevent problems before they start!!

Preventing problems before they start is actually a relatively easy process. It can be as easy as replacing a sneaker with a rope bone and then praising the pet for chewing on the rope bone. The process of redirecting behaviors is very successful. If a problem never gets a chance to start then it never progresses to a serious behavioral issue. We will give you the tools and advice you need to do this.
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