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Tue, Jun 14 | By Lori Mauger, CPDT-KA | 2

How to choose the right obedience instructor for your dog. So your new puppy is driving you crazy, or your newly adopted dog needs manners. You decide to check out some dog trainers in your area, but how do you know which one to pick? To compli… more ›

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I don't trust dog trainers some of them use shock collars and some use dog whistles which I belive is animal abuse. So I train my dog on my own. Skitters knows sit, shake, wave and when she feels like it how to play fetch.

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