Learning Styles of Dogs

I don't intentionally wait until the last minute to get something done. I just fill up the vacuum of time allotted to tasks with additional chores that I somehow convince myself need to get done. A large distraction is the particular fondness I have in a pet and kid friendly house for sucking up prolific dust bunnies. My new cordless dust buster has enabled increased efficiency as I no longer have to plug in, vacuum, unplug, move to another outlet, repeat (although I did try using very long extension cords to increase my path -- trust me, for the purpose of dust bunnies, cordless is the way to go!).

One dog may walk with purpose down a path. Another might meander and sniff along or off the pathway in a zig zag. Both dogs get to the end of the path.

Thus it is that I have finally finished the preparation for an upcoming talk on The Learning Style of Dogs. Want to know how to figure out that learning style to help you along the path of dog training and further your awareness of important elements of The Six Pillars of Dog Training Wisdom?  You can listen live this Thursday, September 1 from 8-9:30 pm EST, or listen to a recorded version after that. Check out the whole e-training dogs site -- there may be a seminar in there just for you!  

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