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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-06-2013, 09:36 PM Thread Starter
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Hi, I was wondering if anyone has a set of Don Sullivan's training stuff that they aren't using? I was going to order a set, but they do not ship to Belize. I would be glad to Paypal payment for the set and shipping if someone has some!
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I wouldn't waste my time or $ on it.... There are far better trainers to invest in.

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i wouldn't waste my time or $ on it.... There are far better trainers to invest in.
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Okay, any other suggestions? Need something user friendly I have looked at the Clicker method, but the stores here do not have treats, so giving that many treats would be impossible!
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Can you access the youtube vids that were suggested in your other thread? If so, go with those....and this channel on vimeo has some nice ones too! Hope you can access them: Christina Kennedy’s Videos on Vimeo

As far as training treats, you can use the kibble you feed(train during meal time) string or cubed cheese is very high value, cut up cooked chicken in pea size portions, any thing you eat that is good for puppy will be fine to use as treats.
I never buy commercial treats, and cheese is a favorite.

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Okay, any other suggestions? Need something user friendly I have looked at the Clicker method, but the stores here do not have treats, so giving that many treats would be impossible!
What?

Treats are anything my pup likes to eat and that I can cut up small. Any meat. Cheese. Pizza.

Here's more ideas --> Clicker Training Lessons - FAQ

https://www.germanshepherds.com/forum...t-puppies.html






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