Today’s dog training is primarily positive. Good behaviors are rewarded and negative behaviors are ignored. Leash pulling, potty training, and chewing behaviors can all be addressed through positive reinforcement. Positive reinforcement can be given through verbal praise, petting and stroking, or with treats. Dog owners often unwittingly reinforce negative behaviors by providing more attention when the dog misbehaves. Punishing dogs does not correct behavior. It is more likely to initiate a stress response for the animal, create an atmosphere of fear within the home, and destroy trust between the pet and owner.
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305 Herbelin Rd
New Braunfels, Tx 78132
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Brandon realizes that Daisy has some serious hops, so he teaches Daisy agility training.