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It’s a Puppy, not a problem

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Hmm.

Where is it?  The article?  It doesn’t appear to be here?

As I started to write about this topic I thought about the challenges faced by pet people who truly want to do what is right for their dogs, but they’re not sure where to start.  Advice on the internet is plentiful, but it varies dramatically in quality, and even the best advice is not always well organized or easy for a person to find.

 To help bridge that gap, I started a new blog yesterday.  The purpose of that blog is to help well meaning pet owners learn to raise their puppies intelligently, with the end goal of an interactive and well trained pet.

This article (It’s a puppy, not a problem) is really equally relevant to a pet or performance dog owner, but since that blog is shiny new, and I’d like you to visit it so you are aware that it is available as a resource, the article is there.  Not here.

So.  You can find today’s article, along with my introductory post explaining my intentions for that blog at:  www.denisefenzipetdogs.com.

If you’d like to share with your clients or friends with pet dogs, then feel free to refer them to whichever blog makes the most sense.  Over time, the pet blog will also contain content and will be organized in a manner that makes it very useful to professional pet dog trainers as well.  I hope you like it.

You might find that it is helpful to “follow” one or both blogs so that you will receive an email notification when I publish something new.  Simply click on the button on the upper right side to follow – enter your email – and that’s it.

About dfenzi

I'm a professional dog trainer who specializes in building relationship in dog handler teams who compete in dog sports. My personal passions are Competitive Obedience and no force (motivational) dog training. I travel throughout the world teaching seminars on topics related to Dog Obedience and Building Drives and Motivation. I own Fenzi Dog Sports Academy, a comprehensive online school for motivational training of performance sport dogs.

5 responses »

  1. When I clicked the link, it did not take me to the new blog. When I hit comments, it brought me to this blog. Crossed wires?

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  2. Good afternoon Denise

    I just tried the link for the new Puppy blog through this post and couldn’t get it to work. Could you please resend the link?

    Thank you

    Mary-Anne

    Sent from Windows Mail

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  3. Really love the new blog. I regularly read your current blog for tips on training my dog (I love your ideas on relationship-based training), but as I’m not involved in any sport, a lot of the posts are all Greek to me!

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