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kathryn said in November 25 2007 - 91.109.127.72

Do you think terriers are harder to train than other dogs?

I’m sure my westie knows what i mean, but he chooses whether to do it or not!

Any tips?

kathryn
http://terrier-dogs.co.uk/terrier/

srinivasan said in November 25 2007 - 121.247.216.220

Hi,

An information packed blog.

Sri

mogjoy said in November 26 2007 - 121.246.163.234

It was interesting to see your love on your pet.Dogs are social animals and a lack of training can bring out the wild behavior in them.It is important to start training a dog between six and eight weeks of age.
The most common dog training item is the dog collar.

Dog Treats, Dog Training, Obedience Training, Funny Dog Pictures, Pet Food Recipes » Sonic the Smooth Fox Terrier - Dog Training Blog said in December 27 2007 - 67.228.9.170

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Eric said in April 1 2008 - 74.54.176.50

Eric…

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

dog training leash said in August 5 2008 - 24.192.189.53

Correct use of the training leash is important, not only during training sessions, but at all times. Always having a loop over your thumb and your hand closed into a fist, prevents even the strongest dog from unexpectedly jerking the leash through your fingers and breaking free. Whether it’s the hand-loop or a loop formed by marrying the leash over your thumb, the result is the same. Pulling on the leash merely causes your grip to tighten