Features October 1999 Issue

How to Find The Best Dog Training Videos

Training tapes can be expensive, and the quality of some titles leaves a lot to be desired. WDJ helps you sort out the wheat from the chaff.

Videos are becoming an increasingly useful tool for dog owners who want to learn more about dog training. Of course, moving pictures will never replace a talented, real, live, positive dog trainer who can give you immediate feedback about your own training efforts with your dog. But videos can be a helpful component of your training program and an excellent way to expand your knowledge, especially if there are no good trainers within a reasonable driving distance of your home. The list of great, positive-based training videos is growing by leaps and bounds. Here are several new ones to add to your list, and a few to avoid.

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-By Pat Miller

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