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While not needed for pet dogs, aversives may be helpful for working dogs. Photo by William Milliot on Unsplash
Positive training focuses largely on positive feedback to teach the dog good behaviour. Photo by Artem Beliaikin on Unsplash
Balanced trainers use mild aversives along with positive reinforcement. Image courtesy of Karthik Ramasubramanian from during a training session.
Is your dog aggressive or are they reactive? The difference can mean a lot! Photo by Robert Gramner on Unsplash
Basic obedience training sets your dog up for success! Remember to practice it outside the house too. Photo by Richard Brutyo on Unsplash
The decision to crate train your dog should be based on your individual dog, the family and the size of your house; merely shoving the dog in a crate will not work. Photo by Ayla Verschueren on Unsplash


Rewards can include treats, toys, verbal and physical reinforcement and play. Observe how your dog reacts in various circumstances and choose accordingly. Photo by Honest Paws on Unsplash

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Pressure Kukur

Pressure Kukur


A blog to take the Pressure out of all things Kukur. Taking care of your dog doesn't need to be stressful!