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Free Guide to At-Home Dog Training

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If you've been spending lots of time at home with your dog, why not put it to good use with some training?

Training your dog—whether it's a puppy or you want to teach an old dog new tricks—can be a rewarding experience for both you and your dog. Training not only keeps dogs safer in unpredictable situations, it’s also an excellent way to strengthen your bond and deepen your relationship. 

However, it can be hard to know where to begin, so the folks at Rover have put together a "Dog Training 101 guide" authored by certified professional dog trainers. Throughout this guide, you’ll find tips and information focused on positive reinforcement. This training philosophy aims to help your dog associate wanted behaviors with good things like treats and attention.

The comprehensive guide includes six chapter and is available here: https://www.rover.com/blog/dog-training-101/

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