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Multiple Dogs; Group and Individual Learning

Multiple Dogs; Group and Individual Learning

Update: 2020-06-10
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Living with multiple dogs can be fun and challenging.

It comes with a demand to develop a great deal of observation skills to make sure your group is working for the dogs as individuals, and their life with you.

How many is too many dogs? What breeds and what sex combinations?

It depends.

Kay Laurence of Learning About Dogs and Sue McGuire a TAKL graduate and manager of a canine behavior program at an animal shelter near San Francisco talk not about one dog but multiple dogs.

Learning their names--when it is about them and when it is not about them.
Video example of beagles knowing it is their time to be fed.

Join in the discussion at our Facebook page. Whilst I was listening to the podcast.

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Multiple Dogs; Group and Individual Learning

Multiple Dogs; Group and Individual Learning

Sue McGuire