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Dog Leash Walking - Be More Interesting
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  A quick video to show you some of the basic, often overlooked strategies for successful leash walking.    
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Stop Dog Counter Surfing
Learn easy and humane strategies to train your dog to stop counter or table surfing. Simple, easy to follow instructions. 
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No choke chain? Get out of puppy class!
I met someone recently who told me a story that floored me. She approached me while I was walking my three dogs and asked if I was a trainer. She had heard that I was and had a question for me.  She had a beautiful King Charles Cavalier puppy that was as sweet as could be. He acted like a normal 6-month old and approached my dogs with interest and a normal amount of hesitation when approaching my two big Collies and my Sheltie. 
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Dog Leash Pulling Strategies - Stay Close to Home
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Stay close to home once you start leash walking. This video shows the simple, but effective strategy with Jeff Millman of Watch and Train and Chicago Paws. 
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Jeff's Other Dog Training Posts

Read Jeff's other blog posts from Chicago Paws Private Dog Training and Examiner.com. Jeff is the National Dog Training Examiner.

  • The most challenging part of owning a dog

    While there are many possible answers to this question, most people would agree that the time that dogs require is the most challenging part of owning a dog. How much time do dogs require?I recommend that clients start...

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  • Are Golden Retrievers Ever Aggressive?

    Yesterday I was in an elevator with two of my client's dogs. Two siblings; 5-year-old Golden Retrievers, one male and one female. My client hired me to work with them because the male had been growling...

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  • Keep your aggressive dog under control

    Your dog is aggressive. I get it. More than half of my caseload as a professional dog trainer is to help rehabilitate aggressive dogs. Often it is overwhelming to know where to start or how to solve the problem.Before...

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  • I don't have time for a puppy

    You can have all the knowledge in the world about puppy training, and you still have to put in the appropriate time or you have a pretty good chance of ending up with an adult dog with behavior problems...

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  • The danger of punishing dog aggression

    Want a dog that is afraid or uncomfortable and doesn't tell anyone? No one wants that. If you punish your dog when he growls, snaps or bites, you are risking that happening. Signals are a good...

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  • Dog distraction training

    Dog distractions can be incredibly frustrating if you don't know what to do. How can you possibly train a dog to leave a chicken bone on the ground, or leave a dog alone? If you ever feel frustrated...

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