Tag Archives: Training

Undercover Hero

A mother holds her delicate, new-born baby, and imagines him to be as helpless, through and through, as he appears outwardly. Tiny fingers balled into perpetual little fists, eyes a hazy blue, legs crossed as though ready for yoga, and … Continue reading

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Child Molding

To pick up where we left off… Dogs associate their state of being with the command. The human discriminates between cause and effect…and to him they usually matter. However, this acuity of perception can be overridden by a training technique … Continue reading

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Cause and Effect

It is easy to train a dog rapidly and successfully as long as you understand that a dog does not care for the concept of cause and effect. Dogs associate. Dogs associate verbal and visible commands with the state in … Continue reading

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Chain Reaction

Stop temper tantrums and get Charlie to eat by training him. Help your girl’s screaming, and your boy’s hitting by fixing the cause. “My child breaks toys on purpose; my daughter is catty.” Correct the world view. How to help … Continue reading

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