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  1. Basics of RAT (Relationship Assessment Tool)

    Evaluating on a Foundation Level ...

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  2. Bones Would Rain from the Sky

    THIS EXCERPT MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED in any manner without express written permission from Warner Books & Suzanne Clothier. ...

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  3. Connection & Control

    If you're hanging on to your dog's body, it's because you've lost his mind! ...

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  4. Dances With Dogs

    The dance of a willing partnership between handler and dog is a joy. ...

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  5. Dog is in the Details

    One trainer wrote: "A dog who puts its feet on you, a dog who seems to like pinning you down in your chair with its head on your lap is not being affectionate but rather treating you like a member of the pack that can be pushed, stepped on, and held down. Dr. Karen Overall warns that such signs should be read for what they are. Dominance aggression in an overt form should come as no sudden surprise if this kind of behavior has been observed in the past." ...

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  6. Even Though...

    Even Though. . . ...

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  7. Green Eggs & Ham & Dog Training?

    Taking a tip from Dr. Seuss is a fun & easy way to liven up your training. ...

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  8. Hard to Train?

    A look at "difficult-to-train" breeds and the reality of what shapes these canine minds. ...

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  9. How Much Does Your Dog's Cooperation Weigh?

    Physical struggles aren't the point in relationship based training. ...

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  10. It Takes a Pack to Raise a Puppy

    Understanding what a puppy expects and needs from his family. ...

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  11. Leadership Basics

    A simple guide to regaining your dog's respect in pleasant, non-confrontational ways. ...

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  12. Lessons from the Masters

    Considers the lopsided "positive reinforcement only" approach to training. ...

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  13. Of Hostages & Relationships

    Do you need to isolate a dog or limit playtime with other dogs or people? ...

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  14. Relationship Centered Training

    Key points of keeping the relationship central to all you do with your dog. ...

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  15. Reliability and the Retrieve: Justifying the Ear Pinch?

    A realistic look at the justifications used by proponents of the force retrieve. ...

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  16. Rewards, Lures & Bribes

    What is the difference between a reward, a lure and a bribe? Explanations & tips. ...

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  17. That Darned Dominance Debate

    Dog trainers often have a very hard time clearly defining what they mean by "dominance." Many oddly state that they refuse to "even believe" in the concept, as if it were something equivalent to extraterrestial life forms or leprechauns. I find this puzzling, and a bit disturbing, perhaps because in my view, this "I won't even believe in that!" approach doesn't speak to any thoughtful examination of a complex and sometimes emotionally charged topic. ...

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  18. The Habit of Excellence

    I admire excellence in any field, whether the excellence is shown in amazing cakes or handpainted silk jackets, in being able to fix almost anything mechanical (thank you, dear husband, for possessing that particular excellence!), in creating music that sings in my heart long after the final notes have faded from my ears. I have been privileged to watch many trainers who could create an agreement between themselves and a dog that was rich with nuance and harmony. ...

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  19. The Power of Social Interactions as Rewards

    Put down the cookies for a moment. Can you bring yourself to the table for your dog? You might be very surprised to learn how powerful social interaction can be as a reward. ...

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