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How to Teach Your Dog Boundaries



Did you know that over 1.2 million dogs are hit by cars in the US every year? Here’s how to make sure your dog doesn’t become a statistic.


Have you ever worried about your dog running out of the door or into the street if he sees something he wants to chase? There’s an easy way to ensure your dog understands “boundaries” you create. Once these boundaries are set, your dog will not cross them unless you give him the command to do so.


This is useful for keeping your dog out of the kitchen when you’re cooking, away from the baby’s play area or, most importantly, protect him when you’re out facing the dangers of the real world.


Watch this short (under 3 min) video to see how a dog can and should be trained to be safe around city streets and other potential hazards.



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Phone: 415-643-3333

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