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12/2015—December 2015 Printed Magazine

12/2015—December 2015 Printed Magazine

 

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A few of the features: Stacy Winkler explains why it's important to work on controlled behaviors when our dogs are "in drive" and charged up, Mary Ellen Barry demonstrates the human arrow technique, Nancy Gyes shares three-obstacle drills designed to help you work on the small stuff, Kathrine McAleese helps us deal with procrastination and a lack of motivation to train, Daisy Peel puts up exercises that use the Treat & Train to build distance skills, Antonie Alston continues his series on functional fitness, Bobbie Lyons explains the importance of proper posture and position when your dog is doing strengthening and flexibility exercises, Dr. Brittany Jean Carr and Dr. Sherman O. Canapp examine cranial cruciate ligament injuries in the agility dog, a set of do-it-yourself jump plans, class plans for working on the Ketschker turn or blind wrap, Sally Silverman interviews Kate Moureaux, behaviorist Tom Mitchell shares 5 tips for training easily aroused dogs, and more! 68 pages.