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How Dog Training Can Help You Bond with Your Dog

Training your dog is about more than just teaching them to behave; positive dog training infinitely improves the relationship between dog and owner, strengthening your connection and ensuring a bond for life. So how does compassionate dog training help to improve the bond between a dog and its owner?

Teenage child with border collie

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3 Things You Should Introduce To Your New Puppy

A new puppy is a perfect bundle of joy and it would be natural to feel the need to protect them from anything big or loud. However, introducing puppies to new situations, scenarios and settings at a young age will actually reduce their chances of feeling fear and aggression as they grow older. For an emotionally happy dog we recommend you introduce your new puppy to these three things.

Happy Puppy

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Should You Train An Adult Dog?

Training your pet from a young age can be a great idea, but for many reasons, this isn’t always viable. If you rescue an older dog, for example, you may want to commit to training your new companion. Even if your dog has been with you since he or she was a puppy, embarking on training can still be a good idea.

Whilst your dog may have some knowledge of basic commands, they may need an extra incentive. Often, dogs stop listening when they become adolescents, so you’ll want to learn how to control and motivate your pet without resorting to negative techniques.

Stop dog

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Why Training for a Rescue Dog is Essential

A large number of dogs come from rescue homes or shelters these days. While it is great to see so many hounds given a second chance at life, and while they may make excellent pets, each one comes with a degree of uncertainty about its history. Be it a puppy or an adult, even if you think they might have had previous training, without evidence it is strongly recommended that your dog goes through some early training. This can help build a better bond, and to discover if there are any triggers that may make your new rescue behave in an unpredictable way.

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