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Clicker Training – Technique and Philosophy (Part 1: Technique)

"Clicker training" has become something of a buzzword, and people all over the world are using clickers in their training. While this is an encouraging trend, many people don't realize...

Adopting a Pet in L.A. (Part 5: Common Pets)

This column recently featured a series of articles on adopting and choosing a pet. This companion article features a quick overview of a few of the more common types of...

Adopting a Pet in L.A. (Part 4: The Right Pet)

There are many options for adding a pet to your household, including purchasing from a responsible breeder, getting a pet from a rescue organization, and adopting from a local shelter....

Adopting a Pet in L.A. (Part 3: Breeders)

There are many options for adding an animal to your household, including purchasing from a responsible breeder, getting an animal from a rescue organization, and adopting from a local shelter....

Adopting a Pet in L.A. (Part 2: Rescues)

There are many options for adding an animal to your household, including purchasing from a responsible breeder, getting an animal from a rescue organization, and adopting from a local shelter....

Adopting a Pet in L.A. (Part 1: Shelters)

There are many options for adding an animal to your household, including purchasing from a responsible breeder, getting an animal from a rescue organization, and adopting from a local shelter....

Have a Happy and Safe 4th July With Your Pets

The 4th of July can be a lot of fun for you and your family – including your pets – but certain aspects of the holiday can put your pets...

Catch Your Pet Doing Something Good

One hallmark of trainers who use clicker training and other positive training (technically "positive-reinforcement training") is that they focus on what they want their pets to do, rather than what...
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