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American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior ()
This organization of veterinarians, behaviorists, and research professionals publishes widely respected, scientifically sound positions on various dog training-related issues. On their website, you’ll find position statements about puppy socialization, the theory of dominance in dog training, and how to choose a dog trainer.

Website designed and all content written by Jeff Stallings, San Francisco Dog Trainer(with the exception of my )

"This site is a dream come true for me.
A place where all dog and puppy owners can come to for any dog training solution. It's the culmination of years and years of my passion and experience, working one-on-one with dogs and changing people's relationships with their pets for good. I'm positive you'll achieve phenomenal results and I look forward to hearing all about it!"

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The Perfect Dog™ - Official Site of Don Sullivan's Dog Training System dog*tec ()
Interested in working with dogs for a living? dog*tec provides business and marketing support to dog trainers and other dog business owners. On the company’s site, you’ll find advice, articles, products, and services for dog professionals.

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Canadian Association of Professional Pet Dog Trainers ()
The CAPPDT is a professional organization of dog trainers with close to 400 members in Canada. Its site is a great resource for anyone wanting to find a qualified dog trainer—or interested in becoming one.

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My goal for this site is to place emphasis on what science has to say about dog behavior and training. The idea is to provide a resource that will be useful to pet owners, hobby trainers, professional trainers, scientists, veterinarians, police K9 handlers and other students of canine behavior. In order to provide easy access to the information, four interfaces are available. The serves as a brief table of contents. is a detailed listing and description of all of the sections of the site. The lists each of the pages at the site. Lastly, there is a for the site.The dog training methods I explore, discuss and review on this site all meet or exceed the above criteria. I have successfully used these home based, cutting edge dog training techniques to:I have had dogs for most of my life and it is to them that I dedicate this site. I took a serious interest in training in 1989 when I obtained my first purebred German shepherd dog. We received titles in obedience, agility, and Schutzhund (protection) training and gave a few hundred presentations on the subjects of assistance dogs in particular and dog training in general. I have done the same with several dogs that followed. From 1995-2005, I worked as a part-time, Field Instructor/Presenter for the nonprofit organization, . In 1992, I began a . I typically keep two German shepherd dogs; a boy and a girl, an old one and a young one. I regularly teach group classes at in Amherst, WI. I also teach a college level class in .“I had my reservations about what I could possibly learn from Doggy Dan’s video website, as I have many years of experience working with hundreds of dogs and I have already read and watched everything I could get my hands on, however I was very pleasantly surprised to learn several new techniques within the first few videos and was able to put them to good use immediately, so I can heartily recommend Doggy Dan’s video website to anybody who is looking to learn safe, humane, simple, but effective techniques for both training and rehabilitating dogs.”