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Tribune Staff 10:05 p.m. MDT March 16, 2015

Obedience classes for all levels of dogs from puppies on up starts soon.(Photo: Getty Images/iStockphoto)

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Obedience classes for all levels of dogs from puppies on up starts soon. Beginning classes start on Tuesday, March 24, with collar fitting.

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The humans have their water bottles. The canines have their water bowls.

The people wear their stretchy pants. The dogs show off their well-groomed coats.

When they get it right, the dogs are rewarded with a treat — while the humans burn off calories.

Cross-training takes on a new meaning in “Exercise With Your Dog!,” a human/canine workout class that’s new to the Madison area but part of a growing trend.

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Dog training can be a lot easier with the right help, and sometimes, that help comes in the form of devices, gizmos and treats. Here are five products that take the stress out of training:

1. Flirt pole: A flirt pole just looks like a fishing pole, with a toy tied to the end.

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Hello there, Daily Press readers! Jason Rae here with Insideout training/" title="View more posts about Dog Training here"Dog Training. I just wanted to say hello and introduce myself. I'm super excited to be partnering  with The Daily Press to bring you great tips and tricks to make your life with your four-footed friends the best it could possibly be!

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Hello there, Press Dispatch readers! Jason Rae here with Insideout training/" title="View more posts about Dog Training here"Dog Training. I just wanted to say hello and introduce myself. I’m super excited to be partnering with the Press Dispatch to bring you great tips and tricks to make your life with your four-footed friends the best it could possibly be!

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Hello there, Daily Press readers! Jason Rae here with Insideout training/" title="View more posts about Dog Training here"Dog Training. I just wanted to say hello and introduce myself. I'm super excited to be partnering  with The Daily Press to bring you great tips and tricks to make your life with your four-footed friends the best it could possibly be!

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SANTA PAULA, Calif. -

The National Disaster Search Dog Foundation is building a new training center and is getting help from local military men and women with its construction.

The Seabees of Port Hueneme are working in Santa Paula, about 20 miles from Naval Base Ventura County. The construction battalion, is usually a lot farther away building projects around the world.

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Kayla Rice/Reformer Natural Dog Training founder Kevin Behan of Newfane works on training Anika, a blue heeler and sheltie mix puppy to stay. Anika is being trained to work with the Indiana K-9 Assisted Crisis Response team. Her trainer and others from across the country are staying at the Amos Brown House in Whitingham this week to work with Behan.

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Kayla Rice/Reformer Natural Dog Training founder Kevin Behan of Newfane works on training Anika, a blue heeler and sheltie mix puppy to stay. Anika is being trained to work with the Indiana K-9 Assisted Crisis Response team. Her trainer and others from across the country are staying at the Amos Brown House in Whitingham this week to work with Behan.

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Amputee donates leg for dog training
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Amputee donates leg for dog training

A Spokane man gave the Spokane County Sheriffs Office one of the most unique gifts it has ever received.

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