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2011 Brings with It Many New Updates to Dog Training Rules

With the growing ease of accessible information online accurate research and publication is of utmost importance. The DTR team reveal how they accomplish this in the dog training information sector.

Hamilton, MO, February 04, 2011 --(, a site dedicated to publishing dog training rules, promises to bring more of the latest in innovations, product reviews and tips to dog enthusiasts everywhere for free.

When asked how the DTR team decides what type of information to publish, head researcher and writer Peter replied; “We above all like to listen to what our readers have to say and then decide what we should research and write about. For instance our latest post was because of a long-time reader who asked: ‘When crate training puppies what are the three most important principles?’ Of course when we receive such a question we do not stop at just the original question – we publish as much information as possible about the subject”.

Peter went on to give some of the most important dog training rules in his opinion:

1) Always be consistent when training a dog – whether you’re house training it, feeding it, praising or punishing it.
2) Try to use positive reinforcement when training a dog instead of punishment or correctional actions.
3) Puppy and dog training may take months and up to around a year, so do not expect your dog to act perfectly after several weeks.

With the growing popularity of searching for such information online, it is no wonder that such a website is growing in popularity. Many owners are now preferring to train their dog themselves at home instead of taking them to expensive dog trainers or seminars. “I think that this change is a good thing”, says Peter, “it allows dog owners who could otherwise not have access to such information to train their dogs properly. This will allow both them and their dogs an easier and more enjoyable time together. As the demand for such free information grows, so will our website and hopefully we can help as many dog owners out there as we can”.

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