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  1. Aggression & Some Reasons Behind It

    Understanding why a dog might feel the need to act aggressively, and recognizing the early signs in the dog's body language. ...

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  2. Fitness In Your Back Yard

    Exercise has benefits for dogs too! Some simple ideas for keeping your couch potato in reasonable shape. ...

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  3. JUMPING SERIES Part I: Why Fluffy Can't Go Hup

    Part I in a series on the important skill of jumping. This article deals with the basics of jumping problems. ...

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  4. JUMPING SERIES Part II: Can or Can't? Physical Causes of Jumping Problems

    Part II in a series on jumping. This article deals with physical limitations & how they affect jumping. ...

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  5. JUMPING SERIES Part III: I Think I Can!

    Part III in a series on jumping. This article deals with mental & emotional aspects & how they affect jumping. ...

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  6. JUMPING SERIES Part IV: Just Right Jumping

    Part IV in a series on jumping. This article deals with the importance of the conditions under which the dog will be asked to jump. ...

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  7. Optimal Jump Height for Obedience?

    This originally appeared as a response to a question from a member of the Obed-Comp E-mail List. ...

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  8. The 3 P's: Does Your Dog Need Medication?

    When I was a young trainer, there were no veterinary behaviorists. There were no pyschotherapeutic medications. There were tranquilizers and sedatives, sure. Acepromazine was often the drug of choice. But sophisticated medications meant to address serotonin or dopamine imbalances? anxiolytics to get a dog through the Fourth of July fireworks display? Nope. ...

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