Features January 2014 Issue

5 Ways to Help Your Dog Learn Cues

Lose the lure as soon as possible! You donít want your dog to be dependent on the presence of a lure in order to comply with your cues.

5 Ways to Help Your Dog Learn Cues

Itís very frustrating when youíre sure your dog knows the cue for a behavior but he doesnít do it when you ask him to. Imagine how frustrating it is for him when you cue a behavior and he just doesnít understand the cue that you were so sure he knew! Here are five things to do to avoid this impasse.

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