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Leroy the Chocolate Lab Rocks at Dog Training Camp at Dog and Puppy Stories said in March 1 2008 - 72.29.75.231

[…] jtclough wrote an post worth reading today.Here’s a quick excerpt:Leroy came to Dog Training Camp with a habit of growling at other dogs when on leash. We’ve now been all over Encinitas and other dog friendly areas of San Diego searching out dogs on leash to practice his new ability to be a great dog … […]

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Leroy the Chocolate Lab Rocks at Dog Training Camp said in March 1 2008 - 74.52.142.50

[…] default@goarticles.com (Sam Daniels) wrote an interesting post today onHere’s a quick excerptLeroy came to Dog Training Camp with a habit of growling at other dogs when on leash. We’ve now been all over Encinitas and other dog friendly areas of San Diego searching out dogs on leash to practice his new ability to be a great dog … […]

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shops about del mar dog beach san diego : He goes out on the trails in Encinitas, Dog Beach in Del Mar, and many other dog friendly places in San Diego and comes when called, even when he’s intent on playing with another dog. Leroy is one of those la…

the dog trainer said in August 4 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