Ten Things Dog Trainers Hate – Insider Info

Each dog trainer has their own pet peeves – we’ve collected these and share the most common with you. Laser pointers, long leads, extendable leads, double puppy syndrome, no treat bags and unrealistic expectations are some of the things covered in this video from Dogs And.

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