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30 Dec 2009, Posted by Joseph Dodds in Sensei Joseph's Blog, 0 Comments

Every Dog Deserves To Run!


Do you supply your dog with exercise that meet their breed and personality requirements?

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29 Dec 2009, Posted by Joseph Dodds in Sensei Joseph's Blog, 0 Comments

A tired dog is a good dog!


Physical and mental stimulation are probably the most important thing one must provide their dog with, next to food and water of course. The fact is, in a more self reliant situation, dogs would be doing much more exercise than we generally supply them with. It is something you must accept and fulfill for their sanity and yours.

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29 Dec 2009, Posted by Joseph Dodds in Sensei Joseph's Blog, 0 Comments

Common Concerns


How long does it take to train my dog? Why do they not listen when it counts? And other important questions.

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02 Dec 2009, Posted by Joseph Dodds in Sensei Joseph's Blog, 0 Comments

Starting Along the Path of the Dog


“The beginning is the most important part of the work.” – Plato

When deciding to bring a new puppy or dog into your life, it is important to do some research and preparation to set yourself up for success.

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02 Dec 2009, Posted by Joseph Dodds in Sensei Joseph's Blog, 0 Comments

To Spoil is To Ruin


On behalf of “spoiled” dogs everywhere. I feel it is important to be very literal in defining the term “spoil.” Many of us use it to describe our relationships with our dogs. As a dog lover, trainer, and an avid word user, it is important for me to explain this word and how I feel it should NOT be used to describe your dogs, or their relationship within the family.

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18 Jan 2009, Posted by Joseph Dodds in Sensei Joseph's Blog, 0 Comments

Discipline = Effort over Time


“The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet.” – Aristotle

Discipline is a necessary part of dog training and should be exercised with great consistency. With the right state of mind and some consistancy you can accomlish great things with our little friends.

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