Email 2 – 10 Common Mistakes People Make When Addressing Behavioral Concerns

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  1. The biggest takeway for me is that consistensy is key and that formal training is a great idea. Also, dogs are just like us, very different person to person, day by day. It takes time to build trust and a great relationship.

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