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Puppy Leadership

A puppies need for leadership, most especially in relation to dominance aggression, is a hot topic in today's climate. Some argue that dogs do not form hierarchal packs with humans - information based on studies of dogs in the wild and domestic dogs in both controlled and uncontrolled environments. In these circles, rank reduction programmes are without merit and in severe instances, will induce aggression in response to inappropriate correction (often guised as training). read more

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How to Play with your Puppy

How to Play with your Puppy

Games have a variety of benefits for both you and your dog! Games are excellent bonding opportunities and are mental, physical and emotionally rewarding - not to mention positive outlets for a puppy, discouraging self-inventive dangerous and/or destructive choices. As importantly, games teach puppies particular behaviour, behaviour shaping that will play a key role in steadfast obedience in later life. The more your puppy learns, the easier they are to teach, and the quicker they learn new things.

Everything you do with your dog teaches him something! Make sure that the games you play foster the behaviours and attitudes you want ... Good games promote cooperation and control.

- Sarah Wilson, Good Owners, Great Pets

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