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Willow Creek Kennels trainer Chad Hines gets the best results using positive reinforcement
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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)
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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TODAY's Puppy With a Purpose is making some serious strides!
Wrangler wore it well on the plaza Wednesday morning, right before he found a little used gum to chew — and quickly spit out!
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Among all the pups at the Seattle Kennel Club Dog Show last weekend, one unusual member stood out.
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Amy’s owner, Lori Stock, told the Seattle Times that after she welcomed Amy into her home, she realized she needed to find activities for her to do.
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.
Published: Thursday, March 5, 2015 at 10:44 AM.
The Shelby Parks and Recreation Department and DogSports Unlimited will sponsor several dog classes beginning March 19.
The classes include puppy kindgergarten, teaching puppies basic obedience as well as socialization; adult manners, basic obedience and problem-solving skills; and pet therapy, teaching the skills necessary to pass the therapy dog certification test so that you and your dog can bring joy to others.
There’s not a purse puppy among them.
In West Palm Beach, we prefer big dogs, with one exception, according to the American Kennel Club which just released the list of America’s most popular dogs by regions.
Nine-year-old Macey Crum takes her dachshund, Rocket, through part of an agility course. Macey hopes to compete in dog agility some day, according to her mom, Sara. Photo by Laurelle Walsh
By Laurelle Walsh
Puppies, dogs and their humans are learning positive social behavior, obedience and agility skills out of the snow this winter thanks to Three Rivers Dog Training’s new year-round training facility.
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There are few more "snorts" at a dog training class.
Amy the pig has joined the class at the Family Dog Training Center near Seattle. The dog barking has turned to stares and confusion as the corgis, collies, and labs gaze with interest.