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By Gordon Gill

Issues when going for a walk

Warning: This blog contains guilty admissions from an honest dog

trainer. Careful management with maximum exposure far outweigh

the so called 'benefit' of keeping your puppy locked up......


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So although I see group classes as fundamentally important for a

whole host of reasons, I also see private tuition, particularly in the

early teaching phase fundamentally advantageous for a specific

selection of obedience clients....

It's time to forget about labels, time to break free and strip

everything back to bare bones. The reality is, it's pretty simple;

Food-Sex-Survival....

For the beginner, trainer or handler alike the dog training industry is

a big wide world full of confusion and apprehension....

15th March 2016

By Gordon Gill

21st June 2016

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1 Aug 2016

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20th Aug 2016

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This blog post is not really a normal post. It's actually a collection

of quotes which impart much wisdom and at times prompt further

insight by way of critical analysis and debate. Enjoy

By Gordon Gill

15th Sep 2016

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Forget About Labels

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Dog Industry

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Gordon Gill

Dog Behaviour Specialist

Nationally Accredited Dog Trainer

Puppies

Agression

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Dog Industry

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Words of Wisdom

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Genetics and the Social Behavior of the Dog

by John Paul Scott (Editor), John L. Fuller

Dogs: A New Understanding

of Canine Origin, Behavior  

and Evolution

by Lorna Coppinger and

Raymond Coppinger

Excel-Erated Learning:

Explaining in Plain English

How Dogs Learn and How  

Best to Teach Them

by Pamela J. Reid

Annual Leave

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Group Obedience Classes

Chinook will be 12 soon ❤️ ....It's almost #beertime #dogtraining #dogtrainingmelbourne #melbournedogs #samoyed #samoyedsmile

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The idea that a formula one driver could be hurtling around the

race track at a break-neck speed in an absolutely terrified

emotional state seems preposterous to consider, right?

By Gordon Gill

12th Aug 2017

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