Resources: Suggested Materials and Recommended Reading
Warning Regarding Dog Training Materials:
There is a lot of information on the web, in books, on TV and coming as advice from well intentioned people. Most of that advice is conflicting which will confuse your dog! Some of that advice is outdated, much of it dangerous. Here I have compiled a list of my approved resources. Everything here will match the methods used in class.
Our Own YouTube Channel! - Here we post videos of students and my own dogs performing their behaviors!
www.livingwithkidsanddogs.com Excellent resource for parents or parents to be trying to manage the joys and responsibilities of parenthood with the joys and responsibilities of pet ownership.
www.dogstardaily.com - A Fabulous collection of articles, tips and videos to help you with your dog.
www.abrionline.org - Another collection of wonderful examples of positive training in action.
Nail Trimming Video - An Exceptional example of positive training to overcome handling challenges!
www.clickersolutions.com - This is an excellent source for clicker training articles.
www.dragonflyllama.com - This is one of my personal favorites. It is my measuring stick to evaluate where my dogs are in their training.
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