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Give and Take

 
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Aggression and Emotions

Often one of the most common reasons why animals show aggression is due to fear, however there can be other reasons too such as frustration. Dogs do not show aggression because they are trying to be naughty or stubborn, they often have very good reasons. If your dog is showing aggression ask yourself why s/he maybe doing this in terms of emotions such as anxiety, fear, frustration, panic, play... Don't think in terms of labels such as naughty or dominant. Dogs that often growl when people try to remove bones or walk towards them when they are eating do so because they do not feel comfortable

 
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17 German Shepherd Puppies Visit SIRIUS El Cerrito

We only learned of these puppies a week ago but we thought they could use some extra training and socialization, so in the spirit of the SIRIUS Puppy Raising Initiative we offered to help out.  We visited them at their home to help out with their housetraining set-up and then we scheduled a session at the SIRIUS facility in El Cerrito where they could meet some new dogs and get some one-on-one training.  A litter of puppies will grow to depend on each other and so it's important to give them all time away from the group so they can learn to be happy and confident when they're separated from...

 
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Rufo's Legacy For Shelter Dogs

Today I saw a lovely video that brought tears of joy to my eyes. It was about the story of Rufo, a shelter dog that spent six years waiting for a new home. The video is sweet and full of hope, however, even though Rufo has a happy ending, his story is both quite sad and unusual.

While I understand why the shelter and all of Rufo’s friends and supporters really wanted to celebrate his triumph, I also fear that Rufo’s story may send the wrong message. I fear more shelters will try to keep dogs languishing or suffering for too long because “they might be the next Rufo”. I fear that people

 
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My Call To Action

I've got a plan to help keep puppies from ever become shelter dogs in the first place. But I need your help to make it happen. In this vlog I explain how The SIRIUS Puppy Initiative works. 

 
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(Part 1) Adriana Milne - Pet Pals at the Park

http://petpalspetcare.com.au/

AGILITY TRAINING - Positive Reinforcement training can be fun. If mental and physical stimulation becomes part of the daily interaction with your dog, you’ll stablish a

 
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(Part 2) Adriana Milne - Pet Pals at the Park

http://petpalspetcare.com.au/

Rocket recall - We lead busy lives these days and we work long hours. Do you find time to walk your dog daily? If yes, great!  What about Playing with your dog? Taking

 
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Sarah Whitehead - Your Clever Dog

Unlock your dog’s genius with Sarah Whitehead and the Clever Dog Company!  Sarah is passionate about positive training and behavioural understanding and lectures world-wide on the subject. 

 
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(Part 1) Stefano Margheri - Man and Dog: The Life Together

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Stefano Margheri is a trainer in the North of Italy that believes in the importance of training dogs in both the urban and natural environment, in order to build an

 
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(Part 2) Stefano Margheri - Man and Dog: The Life Together

http://www.lenuvolerosse.it/

An important step in the training process is taking the dog out into the real world to make sure their obedience training can withstand the many distractions that can be

 

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