Your Dog’s Perimeter Containment Training – Take it Slow

I was over at a Dog Guard Out of Sight Fence client in Greenacres that I had been working with for a while and am glad to say that we had a great session and their two Pit Bulls are no longer escaping the back yard and can wonder in the front yard and only stay near the house.  This had been a rather long program because of some mis-steps early on.  With that said, I would like to share our experiences with everyone so that the Dog Guard Out...

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Slow and Consistent When Training Your Dog

  I was at a client’s house in Fort Lauderdale the other day.  She was telling me about her brother’s dog and how he was having a difficult time training him.  She said that her brother had been working with his dog for about a week now and nothing was happening.  I explained to her that when training your dog, you must always keep it slow… Rush, rush, rush.  Do, do, do.  Now, Now, Now.  We Americans always like to do things...

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