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obedience training

noun
1.
the training of an animal, especially a dog, to obey certain commands.
Origin
1960-1965
1960-65
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Examples for obedience training
  • Dogs may be able to understand far more words than a typical owner teaches them during obedience training.
  • Right now they have gone through complete obedience training and know a bunch of fun tricks.
  • We took our puppy to puppy kindergarten and more obedience training.
  • We can tell that she has had some training, but will still get obedience training after she has gotten acclimated to us.
  • Enrolling your puppy early in obedience training helps establish proper behavior and possibly avoiding future unwanted issues.
  • The original special exception allows for a boarding kennel for pets, grooming, indoor obedience training and doggy daycare.
  • We strongly recommend group obedience training to strengthen the relationship with your dog.
  • Dogs that have never undergone any formal obedience training.
  • Consult with your veterinarian or consider professional dog obedience training.
  • Excessive or unnecessary obedience training may tend to strengthen the dog-to-human bond and disrupt the dog-to-sheep bond.

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