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Link I found helpful

Hey all this guy has a lot of free e-books with advice on training and I found it very helpful in starting a new life with my Boston Terrier and wanted to post it for anyone else who has dog aggression issues.

If anyone has used these or has any input please let me know. I found it interesting that he does not recommend the roll over. Thanks!

Andie Salinas
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