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Anger & Dog Training

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This is a thought for the day…

A dog owner who attempts to train his or her dog while angry or frustrated will never be successful.

Dogs are extremely sensitive creatures, and they can sense their owners' displeasure. Anger and dissatisfaction with a dog's performance can poison an entire training program. A dog trainer who becomes angry with their pet's performance should take a break and calm down before continuing their training program.

If you take just one dog training tip from MyDogMagazine.com, let it be this one: if you're feeling tense, angry or uptight – don't even attempt to train your dog.

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  1. Gary Blain

    October 25, 2011 at 10:40 pm

    I believe you should apply this method to the authorities when they find out their unqualified experts in Local Government are no longer qualified to tain a Police or Security Dog.
    Gary

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