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Sedro Woolley, Washington
Copper
Redbone Coonhound
Wanderer, unfocused, inattentive

I don’t know where I’d be without you, Diane – who knows. Clicker training has changed my life and my approach to both domestic animals and humans. I have found your learning plans to be extremely helpful in guiding my work between lessons. I often look back to them (and over the entire collection of learning plans) in working with Copper. I also feel that the T-Touch, labyrinth, cavaletti and cone-work has been quite valuable, and I’ll be drawing upon these methods in the future with other dogs, I'm sure. Diane, you are so highly skilled relative to other trainers that I have been exposed to. Thank you for going the extra mile (multiple miles) for Copper and I.

Nelly<br />Freeland, Washington

Nelly
Freeland, Washington

Boxer’s love to be with people, and this one was no exception. This girl went everywhere with her family and staying alone had become a problem.


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Three-Bark Rule

By Diane Garrod
There are several ways to prevent, manage and train your dog not to bark.


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