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NEW! - The Problem with All-Positive Dog Training by Ed Frawley - Read as an Article - Listen to the Podcast

Leerburg Online University -- Leerburg's Relationship Games - Register Now! - Course Begins June 2nd, 2014 - 8 Weeks - $250 - 20 Person Limit - 50 videos & growing with each student video submission

The Problem with All-Positive Dog Training

The Problem with All-Positive Dog Training
by Ed Frawley

Competition Obedience Seminar with Mia Skogster - from Finaland - Friday, June 6th through Sunday, June 8th, 2014 at Leerburg in Menomonie, WI - Sign up for your auditing spot NOW before they fill up! All working spots are now full. - We will also have silent auctions, raffles, and door prizes all weekend!
Leerburg Online University - Basic Dog Obedience Course - 6 Weeks - $99 - Includes over 150 videos - Click to watch the course overview video!

Student Comment on the Basic Dog Obedience Course

The most valuable discovery to me in both the online course and the practice that I've been doing with my dog is the overwhelming power of engagement. When my dog wants what I have and wants to be with me then he is so excited to learn and can learn anything I feel. It becomes as rewarding to me as it is with him. I am someone who is a very analytical thinker and I love philosophy. My favorite thing about the structure of this course is the weight given to truly explain the "why" and not just the "how". I respect balance in all things in life and the approach to this system seems quite logical and very fair. I enjoy the "old school" approach that is very conversational in the teaching style. It is obvious the training is built off of many years of experience. Thank you for making this available.

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On Leerburg's Treat Dispensing Chew Ball

We bought this for our 2yo mastiff about a year ago to keep her entertained and give her something to do with her unusual amount of nervous energy. I was unsure that it would hold up to any chewing because of the soft, gel like texture, but the thing looks as good as the day we bought it! (If you look through the layers of dried-on drool!) Now we have a year and a half old Doberman girl who gets to pacing around the house when she's bored. We pulled out this treat dispensing chew ball and stuffed a p-nut butter biscuit inside. She rolled it around for a bit and then laid down with it in her bed. She rolled this thing to the back of her jaws and started squeezing and squashing it with her molars. This broke up the cookie inside and allowed the smaller crumbs to fall out. She too LOVES this thing! And when the big dogs are put up for the night - the trolls (a Boston and a Frenchie) come out and roll it around to get at the last little tidbits that are left inside. One thing I really like about it is its pleasant scent. It doesn't have that awful rubber stink that some of the toys have! If my pack ever manages to actually destroy this ball, I will immediately order a new one! It's definitely a keeper!

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