Join Date: Dec 2012
Location: Southern Illinois
As someone who has trained more than one GSD, I think classes are somewhat ambiguous.
What works for one dog is not going to work for a whole class of dogs. They are trying to find the most common denominator when teaching these classes and if they had a whole class of GSD's geared towards GSD's or a whole class of Lhasa Apso's geared to a whole class of Lhasa Apso's, I think everyone would come out ahead, but that's not where the money is, is it?
How can you teach a puppy class of several different breeds of dogs the same exact thing, let alone the same dog the same thing?
That is asinine to asume that you can train different breeds of puppy the same way, let alone dogs.
Bear, Anna, Molly, Ossie, and The Countess Lisl von Schlaf
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