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Dog Training And Problem Solving: What Is Positive vs. Negative Reinforcement And (Most Importantly) What Works?!

( photograph taken by Cindy Forest) Occasionally I still confuse the terminology surrounding my profession. This is not a good admission: I'm not proud. The truth? I know my facts. In my most recent book, Modern Dog Parenting, St. Martins Press, I have a long and detailed terminology chart with examples to highlight their meaning. Still, I make mistakes. The good news is that no one needs to memorize these terms to be a loving dog mommy or dad.
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