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Reading Body Language: Blinking & Caution

Dated: 22nd. July, 17  |  Posted by: admin  |  Category: Dog Training, How To Train My Puppy

Have you ever winked at another person in agreement? Have you even known someone to wink at a person when they didn’t have good intentions? Likely, you have observed that every time someone winks they have great intent. Well, dogs are the same way. But, dogs don’t wink, instead they

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Reading Body Language

Dated: 20th. July, 17  |  Posted by: admin  |  Category: Dog Training, Dog Training Book

Reading Body Language Too frequently I see people forcing dogs in uncomfortable situations. Generally, it is because people try to push their intentions onto the dog. For example, trying to force a timid or shy dog to receive being petted. Guys and gals not all dogs are social. Similar to

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Possessive Dog Aggression

Dated: 18th. July, 17  |  Posted by: admin  |  Category: Dog Training, Dog Training eCourses

Many dogs show the tendency to guard their possessions from others. I also refer to this as resource guarding or possessive aggression. This happens with space, food, toys or anything the dog perceives as valuable to them. It can also be called social aggression, but to me it’s all about

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Must Know Vaccinations & Prevention For Your Dog

Dated: 14th. July, 17  |  Posted by: admin  |  Category: Dog Training, Dog Training eCourses

Must Know Vaccinations & Prevention For Your Dog (Provided by DVM Patricia Mahoney, Full Circle Veterinary Care) Vaccinations are important for dogs. Here you will learn the must know topics about dog vaccinations and prevention. Rabies is a legal issue as well as a health concern, not only for the

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Important Health Precautions For Your Dog

Dated: 11th. July, 17  |  Posted by: admin  |  Category: Dog Training, Dog Training eCourses

Important Health Precautions For Your Dog (Provided by DVM Patricia Mahoney, Full Circle Veterinary Care) Giving your dog the things they need is important. In fact, it is our responsibility to know important health precautions for your dog’s best interest. If you want your dog to be healthy, feed it

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Grooming Your Dog

Dated: 10th. July, 17  |  Posted by: admin  |  Category: Dog Food, Dog Training

Grooming Your Dog (Provided by DVM Patricia Mahoney, Full Circle Veterinary Care) A young puppy doesn’t have the natural ability to replenish the oils in their skin until about 12 weeks, so don’t groom it more than once a month. If you bathe a dog regularly, be sure to use

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Giving Dogs a Job: Fly Ball and Agility

Dated: 7th. July, 17  |  Posted by: admin  |  Category: Dog Training

The idea of putting a dog to “work” might seem strict or tough. However, the breeding origins of dogs are almost always based on some kind of work or service and they will be happier and more fulfilled when given a job to do. There are also many added benefits

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Giving Dogs a Job: Disc Dogs and Dock Dogs

Dated: 5th. July, 17  |  Posted by: admin  |  Category: Dog Training

Does your dog seem to be bored? Do you think your dog isn’t living up to its fullest potential? If you answered yes to any of these questions! I encourage you to consider getting your dog involved in some new hobbies. After all, we have hobbies so why shouldn’t your

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What Should I Feed My Dog?

Dated: 12th. June, 17  |  Posted by: admin  |  Category: Dog Food, Dog Training

Dog Food : What should I feed my dog? (Provided by DVM Patricia Mahoney, Full Circle Veterinary Care) There are a lot of different types of dog food available. Not only are there numerous brands, flavors and manufactures but a variety of ways that food is offered. The bottom line

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What Dog Breeds Are Most Aggressive?

Dated: 12th. June, 17  |  Posted by: admin  |  Category: Dog Training, How To become A Dog Trainer, How To Train My Puppy

I would agree with that some breeds are typically more aggressive than others; however a breed does not define a dog. I prefer to give a dog the benefit of the doubt once I have consulted with their owner and observed a dog on my own. For example, there is

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Before Ryan our dog was out of control. We could not stop the general lack of obedience. After the first lesson with Ryan our dog learned a lot and has improved leaps and bounds. We now take our dog off leash on trails, camping and the park. Thanks for all your help with Ollie.

By: Jeff and Sara G.

Just wanted to tell you how wonderful it is to have Bridey around since her training. We are amazed at how well she is behaving.

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If you want a very happy well trained dog this program is the way to go. I have tried other trainers but they just did’nt work for us. If you don’t want to spend a lot of time yelling at your pet give Ryan a try. Work with
him and you and your pet will be happier.

By: Nita B.

When we brought Luna to training we didn’t know what to expect. Actually, we were a little doubtful even though we heard great things about the company. But, we have been to other trainers in the past without much success. We saw a total transformation in only two lessons. In did 4 lessons total and we now enjoy our Luna off leash at parks, she is behaved when visitors come over and she is just more enjoyable overall!

By: Denise and Richard Y.

My dog behaved well but only in our house without much distractions. Through training I learned my dog has a difficult time listening when other things has his interest. The trainer taught me how to get my dogs focus around distractions. Now, we pass other dogs on a walks and out in public without any issues. Our walks are now relaxing for the two of us and I find I want to take him with me more because he is so well behaved. I highly recommend you give Ryan and the Canine Connection a try, I promise you won’t regret it. They know there stuff, not only will they get you great results but you will learn know your dog thinks.

By: Carlos E.
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