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One of the best ways to ensure that your pet stays safe is to ensure that your training regimen includes socialization with people, other animals, and potential distractions.  This page is dedicated to providing resources to assist with that effort.


After You Get Your Puppy

Dr. Ian Dunbar put together a wonderful guide to help you and your puppy get off on the right foot.  Dr. Dunbar discusses not only basic training, but also how to work with behavioral challenges and ways to ensure that you new dog stays safe and at home.


Download this easy-to-read guide and read it before you bring that adorable floppy-eared scamp home for the first time … then keep it handy as that puppy develops into an adult dog.


You can find additional materials and resources from Dr. Ian Dunbar on his web page.

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