Features September 2016 Issue

The Cues Our Dogs Learn All By Themselves

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The Cues Our Dogs Learn All By Themselves

Readers tell us about interesting and useful behaviors that they taught their dogs – or behaviors that their dogs taught them!

Great job to all of you amateur and professional dog trainers! Developing these skills in our dogs takes – first and foremost – an owner who is interacting with her dog and paying attention to what the dog “says” in the conversation. That’s the very foundation of a good relationship between two individuals of any species! The following are some of my favorite submissions from among the hundreds that Whole Dog Journal subscribers sent in – including one selected at random to win one of my books! We had to make a random selection; there were too many great submissions to choose “the best” one!

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