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Credit Info showed up in a search for Dog Training
« on: October 22, 2011, 08:25:49 AM »
Hi Jonathan,

Just an FYI that the following results for a Dog Training article includes a snippet for credit repair:

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What You Can Do To Easily Train Your Dog.

Training your dog can be difficult, but that is only true if you are unsure how to do it properly. Much like anything else, dog training requires you to take proper steps and educate yourself on the subject matter. The ways to train your dog are numerous, but the article below should be of some help to you in providing you tips on how to be successful.

Consider hiring someone to help you train your dog.  Just like playing a sport, pet training is a skill that takes time to develop.  Everyone has their own style, and it may be that the way you are interacting with your pet is not quite working.  Another person can help you see how to tweak your training sessions to make them a better fit for you and your pet.

If you have a dog with separation anxiety, you can train him out of this anxiety by varying your routine. If you act like you're leaving the house, but then don't or store your jacket in the car instead of the closet, you can break the cycle of actions, that get the dog hyped up with anxiety to begin with.

Never cave in to bad behavior. Your dog will always love you, but it needs to know that you're the boss. Don't encourage bad behavior and let your dog know that any such behavior will be met with punishment. At the same time, make sure you reward good behavior as well.

Before signing up with a credit repair counselor, be sure they are a legitimate company. There are many scams that exist in order to take advantage of desperate people in serious debt. Read the reviews from other customers and the company's listing with the Better Business Bureau before signing anything with a credit repair counselor.

Dog training really depends on two factors for success: your willingness and your dog's understanding. Make sure to really take an open approach to training your dog and accept advice when needed. The tips from this article are a great way to start and by no means are they the only way to successfully train your dog.

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Re: Credit Info showed up in a search for Dog Training
« Reply #1 on: October 22, 2011, 09:53:57 AM »
Not sure how that happened. Just moved it to the proper category. My apologies.