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3 must-reads for National Train Your Dog Month

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Highlighting 3 canine behavior articles for National Train Your Dog Month

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January is National Train Your Dog Month, so to celebrate and to help you share some resources with clients, we are spotlighting 3 articles on canine behavior. Everything from positive reinforcement training to distinguishing between normal vs abnormal behaviors, check out our related content below:

  1. Positive reinforcement training by Denise Pancari, DVM, co-owner and Partner Doctor with Heart + Paw at Animal Medical Hospital of Centereach on Long Island, NY. This article dives into how new owners can positively enforce their pets’ household behavior and enrich the environment their pets are in.
  2. Talking behavior with clients by our Editor, Caitlin McCafferty. This article tackles understanding what works best for pets and clients through communication to help treat behavioral issues.
  3. Distinguishing normal vs abnormal behaviors in dogs by our former Associate Editor, Julia Burke. This article takes a look at how to address and correct normal behaviors that are still a nuisance.
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