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vebedo » Daisy the Maltese Dog Blog Training Camp said in November 22 2007 - 72.249.100.188

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venturelinks said in November 23 2007 - 121.247.87.180

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Wade said in December 12 2007 - 121.246.163.233

For owners to establish themselves as dog pack leader, the dog must earn everything it desires. Before a pat on the head, going for a walk or a meal, the dog should perform a command, such as sitting. Who goes out the door first may not be important in our world,
but in the dog world it shows who the leader is. It’s as simple as establishing pack
structure. Owners need to just follow the example of the wild, McGrath advises. “If you lead, they will follow. If you follow, they will lead.”

Jack said in February 10 2008 - 74.54.176.50

Jack…

Geat post. I added you to my blog roll!…