• Do you need Ruff Love? Is it difficult to motivate your dog to do what you want him to do, when you want him to do it? Is your dog “too energetic” or “too distracted” to give you his best work? Is your dog happy to run after squirrels in the back yard, but not willing to run on the agility course? Is your dog’s recall effective only if there isn’t something more interesting nearby? Is your dog willing to work only if he sees the bait bag or his favorite toy? Is your dog “into” toys, but won’t play tug with you? Is your dog prone to the “zoomies” during an agility run? If you answered “yes” to any of the questions above, your relationship needs strengthening. The Ruff Love program will help you to achieve just that.
  • The Dog Writers Association of America has named Shaping Success as Dog Book of the Year for 2005 in the category of Training and Behavior. Written by one of the world’s best dog trainers, Shaping Success gives an excellent explanation of the theory behind animal learning. Buzzy’s story both entertains and demonstrates how to apply some of the most up-to-date dog training methods in the real world. -- Greg Derrett, Twice Great Britain’s Agility Handler of the Year, Silver Medalist, 2004 FCI World Cup of Agility
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