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    Default Hi All :) - Interested in Your Feedback Pls

    Hi everyone...

    I have tried my hand at writing a blog around my experiences with dog training and dogs in general over the years... would be most appreciative for any feedback you may have... good, bad or otherwise

    Cheers

    Brydes

    Link to the blog here >> The Dog Blog

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    too much information on one page, i know it is a problem with the free blogs, your title should be enticing to get the persson to read, there are no sub headings of bold words to help people skim read a post and possiblyu more impoartantly there is no invitation to responde/ interact with the reader despite comments being turned on

    hope this f/b help you blog a bit better

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    Thank you!! All feed back is helpful! I will try and make the next one a bit more reader friendly Feel free to comment any time on anything I write!!

    Have a great weekend

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    Hi,

    I actually found it quite interesting.

    Keep up the good work.

    cheers

    Curly Girl

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    Thank you!! I have been trying to just write from my heart and share my experiences hoping it will help some owners out there

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    Practicing "come" for 10 to 20 MINUTES every day.

    So that's where I went wrong...

    How about three times a day, when the dog is already on its way to you. With yummy roast chicken. If only my dog liked cheese.

    I reckon sessions with puppy should be 30 seconds to 5 minutes tops.

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    Totally agree. Attention span of a gnat.

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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    i've found dutch can only cope with bout 5 mins and at the moment he is so excited he has learnt shake he just shakes no matter what I say and turns his ears off! lol

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    well my minis concentration was pretty long as a puppy. Whatever he does now he did well as a puppy.

    Anyway, I liked the blog...i think i will check it from time to time. Good work!
    I love cooking but I love eating even more.

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    I like it.....And I thought i was the only one who felt like that pre-class.....Katy made a huge difference in our class, people enjoyed "seeing" the instruction
    Pets are forever

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