Editorial December 2007 Issue

Time Flies

A decade of progress for dog training and care.

Fortunately for our dogs, these popular methods have become common. Today, itís a bigger challenge to detect and avoid the trainers who use new-age, positive descriptions of their old-fashioned, force-based methods. As always, we encourage you to seek out and support the training professionals who are experts in animal behavior and learning. Thatís because itís our ongoing mission to educate our readers about the easiest and fastest ways to teach their canine companions to behave well, while preserving and protecting their loving, trusting bonds.

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