Features June 2014 Issue

Productive Advice When Training Your Dog

A broken bag and spilled groceries are not a tragedy when you have a well-trained service dog like Peek, shown helping author Debi Davis.

Productive Advice When Training Your Dog

Training your dog is most productive if you stay “in the moment” and endure any humiliation with grace and humor.

Life with any dog has its moments of agony and ecstasy. The ecstasy happens when our dogs’ behaviors are top notch, and all systems seem to run smoothly. The agony happens when our dogs have an “oops” moment, and we know we’re responsible.

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