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  1. My buddies has created the step-by-step guides to guide your dog grew to become alpha dog. It took him 7 years to find out, I believe every puppy owners will desire to study.

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  2. What tasks do u have to do to get a service dog? I want my dog to become one, but I don't exactly no everything.

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  3. @MrsJacobi Pinch Collars are for dogs who;
    a) are a little slower
    b) have heavy neck muscles
    c) are too smart for there own good
    d) or there owners need a little bit of help

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  4. Wow! Excellent obedience!

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  5. This seems like a nice calm dog. If she is a "service dog" what are her tasks? ADA required the dog perform tasks which mitigate the disability. Also while there is no reason not to use a pinch collar in training, you should not use one during a test or during PA. Service dog Certification requires the dog to be reliable without special collars. (I am a trainer and tester for an accredited school) PA test are run in public places, with much more complicated tests than just simple obedience.

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  6. She is doing well with her obedience! What tasks is she learning?

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  7. why would u be using a prong during a test?

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  8. It is so refreshing to see a dog perform without having to be baited and the dog losing focus as so many do these days.
    The dog looks confident, focused, and happy.. G R E A T J O B!

    Thanks for setting and reaching such high standards,

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  9. beautifully trained pup you've got there! You seemed a little nervous but obviously your dog was very confident and comfortable, she did wonderfully! I hope to get my boy to this point soon enough 🙂

    btw: those who object to pinch collars on all dogs have not done the research behind them….they do not stab, strangle, or rip skin when used properly and to be honest, even if used improperly that would be quite difficult. Put one on sometime and have a "handler" walk you around, there's no pain.

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  10. so sweet/cute when she goes down and puts her head down too.

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  11. Good job with your dog. I can't believe people make such a big deal out of pinch collars. I am sure on some dogs they are too much of a tool. How a tool is used is the key. I would rather see a pinch on a dog then a choke any day of the week.

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  12. Love this video Cheri!! Theres that sweet Tara. Proud to say knowing this dog in person, she is a great specimen of the breed and deserves her Service Dog Cert!!! She is wonderful Jero is winking to her. 🙂

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  13. That little bouncing run at the end was TOO cute. Great work!

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  14. pritty good. Congrats on your in training vest

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