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Always be consistent with our dog, and teach him a set of commands and hand gestures, so that we can successfully communicate with him.The most popular reason today, for a bad dog, is probably dominance.Popular dog training shows such as The Dog Whisperer, place a heavy emphasis on physical dominance and confrontation.While dominance, is sometimes the reason for certain bad dog behaviors, the problem is more likely from fear, stress, frustration, boredom, bad communication, or simply lack of routine and structure.gaddi pups sale delhiA 30 year study conducted at Yale and U.C. Berkeley shows that:moodle pups for sale adelaide"Alpha" does not mean physically dominant. moodle pups for sale melbourne
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