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THROUGH A DOGS EYES

Relationship Tip #5.

  • Aired: 04/13/2010
  • 02:03
  • Expires: in 3 Days
  • Rating: NR
Dogism #5: Dogs work for rewards. All creatures need rewards and dogs are no exception; food is one of the most effective motivators. The come here behavior is essential for keeping control of your dog and works best when taught with food rewards. Jennifer Arnold also offers an insight into why you may be having problems when teaching it to your own dog.
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