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Accidental Behavior Chains: Are You Training What You Think You Are?

Discussion in 'Training & Behavior' started by Dr. Jen's Dog Blog, Jun 4, 2018.

  1. My family got our first dog, a long-legged sable Sheltie named Duncan, when I was sixteen years old. As a brand-spanking-new trainer, I had lots of enthusiasm but very little actual skill. We went to classes and dabbled in a few different dog sports – including, most notably for today’s topic, competitive obedience. In the novice obedience ring, one of the exercises that dogs are required to master is the formal recall. This involves leaving your dog in a sit-stay,...
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