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by Brad Strickland
DogWise USA

There is a lot of negative press out there about many of the dog training tools available to owners.

Dog training tools fall into the "good stick/bad stick" realm. What I mean by that is that one can take a stick and play fetch with their dog and romp and play and have big fun.

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Sherlock Bones has worked with the world’s leading experts to devise a unique positive reinforcement dog training regime to transform troubled dogs. They have launched a no results no fee policy.

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Sherlock Holmes is well known the world over as being able to solve even the most difficult and puzzling cases through a unique and orthodox approach.

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By Dogster Jun 5th 2014

If you have no idea how to train a dog, fear not! Whether you seek effective puppy house training methods or basic dog obedience training, training your dog will probably be easier than you think.

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Puppies

Puppy training should always focus on socialization and the prevention of unwanted behaviors.

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Always Practice While Your Dog is Hungry - You'll be using treats during exercises and your dog will do best when he's hungry.

Practice the exercise before your dog eats. If you're worried that your dog will gain weight, you can even use his dinner as his rewards.

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Have you ever seen a device or a program designed to correct a dog behavior problem that explained how smart dogs are and how they think? Most plans or gadgets enable owners, literally, to declare war on their hapless pets. Little or no concern is afforded to what the dogs happen to think about them.… Read the full post here

The kind, fair and effective way

Training a dog can be started at any age, the sooner the better. You can start simple training with your puppy as soon as he or she has settled into his/her new home. Older dogs are also receptive to training, although some may be less keen or quick to learn than a younger dog.… Read the full post here