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Old March 20th, 2011, 03:19 PM
SamIam SamIam is offline
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Originally Posted by TeriM View Post
I personally am not a fan of any trainer that doesn't adapt to the dog and owner that it trains.
Nor am I. But they will be around and common for another couple decades yet. They are also often less expensive and more readily available. They do generally have knowledge and skills that can help a person with a dog like this.

2nd chance lives in an area where this is the most viable option, and I really hope she can find a way to work with this instructor, even if it means participating in class his way and doing homework her own way.
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