In this episode we talk with professional dog trainer Sam Williams. Sam talks about the importance of obedience training in a variety of setting including when you need to apply a first aid technique to your dog. Sam also talks about the difference between desensitization and training. "When you get a puppy, five minutes of your day should be spent desensitizing to touch and sound. This should be an uncomfortable experience turned positive" says Williams.
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