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Relationships trail to start for puppies no hence develop thanks take a little more work then others but they all want to learn! People tend to get frustrated with their dogs because they 't know what to do or how to help change the behavior. It's not the dogs fault they just need to be shown and taught what to do. They want the guidance and structure we can provide for them. When I was growing up family never had dogs whereas grew up with them. When him and I got married that was one of the first things we did we got a dog. We have been married for over 20 years and there has only been 3 years when we didn't have a dog and that was when we were overseas for 's job. Over the years we have had Newfoundlands and Mastiffs. We are definitely big dog people! Since day one of owning a dog I have learned much about dogs and how to care for them and train them. There is still much to learn. Today we have 3 dogs that are constantly teaching me and challenging me. Joson is our old and shop dog at 10 years old. He is a shepherd mix. Jezebel is our sweetheart, she is a 7 year old Shepherd, and then there is Smash. He is a 6 year old Belgian Malinois and if you know Mal's, well that's just leave that there! dogs are such a huge part of our lives and we want all dog owners to feel the same way! I have had dogs as family members since I was born, I learned from early age how dogs live, and behave. That was the platform which launched for dogs and training. Having had the pleasure of living with everything from a Mastiff, to a Border Collie, to a Pit Bull Terrier, to a pure bred MUTT, for dogs of all sizes and breeds goes far! When I was old enough, I started to volunteer at local shelters to help socialize and give attention to the dogs that wouldn't have that otherwise that environment. I saw the disadvantage most of the shelter dogs had of never having any proper training, they weren't as ‘adoptable' as a more calm and confident dog who had been thru some sort of obedience training. When I moved to North Texas to finish college, I volunteered at a large county shelter that was having a problem getting the dogs adopted and was having to put a large amount to sleep. I started evaluating each dog to what their personality was and to figure out what training they might need to help their chances of getting out. I helped rehabilitate shy and nervous dogs, litters of puppies, and adults that had no exposure to humans and most would consider feral. I helped the more aggressive dogs get a second chance by training how to meet and greet other dogs. Finally, I was able to be part of a few rescues, forming own and working with others including Texas Husky Rescue. Thru that all, I saw how important the focus of the dog was, and how difficult it was to achieve with treats or just a leash. That experience was priceless, and after moving back to San I am continuing to help with rescues and the city shelter here any way I can. The experience of learning that different training methods work with individually different dogs' needs helped me look for a training program that helped grasp the attention of these dogs and also incorporate techniques that teach them the right way to behave and live. Dogs that were literally stuck a kennel for days on end until their stray hold was up and they could be considered for adoption were hyper and happy to get out that they couldn't focus on behaving and showing the wonderful side that I knew they were highly capable of showing. Finding Sit Means Sit methodology and techniques make sense to me because if you 't have the focus of the dog, you can't move onto the next step of training! I loved what I learned with own personal rescue Pitbull and