4: Why Be Positive?

October 25, 2016

You’ll be amazed at how positive reinforcement training improves your relationship with your dog … and your relationships with other people too.

Colleen Pelar and Julie Fudge Smith talk about their own experiences with old-school, force-based methods as compared with positive reinforcement.

Positive reinforcement methods focus on solutions, not problems. These techniques make you and your dog a team, not opponents, and they are family friendly because they don’t increase the risk of aggression.

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