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If your canine hasn't earned a diploma from obedience school, you may be looking for some training help. In that case, there are a few options you can consider:

Group Sessions
Training in a small group can be great for teaching basic skills and socializing puppies.

Private Lessons
If your pet has a specific issue, one-on-one time with a pro may be the way to go.

Board-and-Train
Don't have time to devote to your dog's training? This may be a good choice for you.

Talk to your veterinarian about specific training recommendations for your dog. Our friends at the ASPCA® also have more advice at their website.

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