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Old 01-02-2017, 01:22 AM   #6 (permalink)
Bob Scott
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Re: Education Materials & Tips for Raising a Working Pup

Hey David, sorry to hear about your bully.

I'm a huge fan of Ellis and have also been to Shade Whitesel, Ivan and Flinks seminars.

Shade is an excellent trainer but the one big difference is she is more about capturing a behavior as opposed to luring the dog into that behavior.

Both are excellent and most probably use a bit of both.

To many train their dog "because that's how I was told to do it".

Ellis, IMO, is probably the best at explaining the how and why of what he's doing.
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