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About Eric

Professional dog trainer 20+ years experience. All breeds and personalities. Private instruction, available in your home and in the real world. Instruction for dog and owners alike. Located in Southern Connecticut but work the broader the region, including New York City, New York State (southern), Northern NJ and most all of CT... To infinity and beyond!
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Vaccine Protocols most current:

  This is some good news! http://healthypets.mercola.com/sites/healthypets/archive/2011/10/27/new-canine-vaccination-guidelines.aspx

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International Canine News 10/25/2011

International Canine News 10/25/2011 Dogs in Training: K-9 Search and Rescue Handler Writes Book (KSAX) – Central Lakes Search and Rescue President, Sharolyn Sievert has been training search and rescue dogs to help law enforcement find missing persons for 8 years, and now she just finished writing a book about her job as a K-9 […]

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Cesar’s quote:

Cesar Millan Listen to your dogs. Listen to them carefully, for they are trying to tell you what they want. Their needs are really very simple, and if you satisfy those, you will have a happy and harmonious relationship.

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5 Tips from Cesar

Cesar‘s Way newsletter has a very important quick 5 tips for the dog that is driving you crazy. VERY GOOD advice.

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Canine News 10/22/2011

October marks national Shelter Dog Month McDonough Voice By Lainie Steelman October just isn’t about Halloween – it’s also National Adopt-a-Shelter Dog Month, and the McDonough County Animal Shelter has over 20 dogs and puppies in need of new homes. Vicky Van Trump, McDonough County animal control officer, … 3 dogs‘ lives are spared for […]

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My dogs sleeping

A quick picture of Sagan sleeping with Braveheart, Braveheart doesn’t really care too much for Sagan yet, she is an elderly dog and mostly finds him annoying.

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Trainer Wisdom

Linda Kaim, Lionheart K9 I think it’s folly to separate “training” from “behavior”. Behavior is what a dog *does*, and training is what a dog *knows*.  

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International Canine News 10/18/2011

International Canine News 10/18/2011 Canine News of Note: http://www.ohmidog.com/2011/10/17/bill-would-start-program-to-pair-vets-with-pets/ Disabled vets and homeless pets would be brought together for the mutual benefit of both under legislation recently passed by the House and now headed to the Senate. The legislation would create a pilot program that trains shelter dogs to provide therapy to help treat veterans […]

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Puppy Training, a Positive Introduction… By: Pat Nolan

Puppy Training, a Positive Introduction to Basic Obedience Exercises Learning How to Learn Pups are learning all the time and there is no reason to wait for them “to grow up” before you begin training. You can start your pup’s first lessons at seven weeks. Doing some early training will turn on circuits in his […]

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Trainer Wisdoms

Trainer Wisdom’s A new category has already been added. These will be short quotes I select from other professional trainers. Many of whom I know personally, many I don’t. Some are from their websites, others from articles they have written or from online discussions, some will even simply be from direct conversations I have had […]

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