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  1. As title says, I'm curious to hear what all way everyone trains their dogs obedience/tricks? There's so many option from: classes, personal trainer, dodgy boot camp (someone else trains your dog), self taught praise/release style from clicker to vocal, or even hand signals only then there's the reward or 'currency' as some trainers call it: food or toy/play. I train my Pembroke welsh corgi at home (self taught), use vocal commands, and she has trained on both food and toys but prefers play/toy reward which I love because I can train her more without worrying about over feeding! Since she got spayed just last week I have to take it easy on many of the tricks as I don't want to stretch her sutures before they have a chance to heal. Can't wait to get back into full swing with tricks again ^^
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