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Site which punches effectively eventually with dance rather than wright would it? I just heard from DNR that they want to be able to process dog training licenses through a 'new ALIS' system. ALIS is the system used for hunting and fishing licenses now. Not sure when or if this move forward, but it's good to DNR is seeking further improvements. that would also be great. A very nice streamline system. I can't imagine this would be included the conservation patrons license, would it? It didn't sound like when I talked to them, but can't say for sure. Some great changes but still to much uncertanity picked mine up today and more confused then when I went there.Most of questions couldn't be answered by the service people behind the counter.I was told assistants or helpers didn't need permit but was told if they would be gunning .planting.etc permit is needed if I have clients that I'm training thier dogs or they are helping gun they need a permit be waiting for a phone call tomorrow because they were not sure of the right answers. The file extension list you requested is shown on this It loads as a table so please give it a moment as some of the lists are quite These lists contain basic information: the extension, the name of the program it works with, the specific function of the file, and the company that makes the program. Not all extensions have all of the data. Click on the extension of interest to see the detail for that extension. extensions this particular list: 1215. Please honor the copyright on this list. Do not copy it and display it elsewhere. Thank you. If you need to see another list, please select here... What's that old saying To err is human, or something like that? Basically, we all make mistakes. And that is definitely true dog training. While 99 percent of the time these mistakes are not life-threatening or something that can't be fixed, they can definitely slow up the training process, creating frustration on both ends of the leash. The following are common training mistakes everyone makes you can avoid them next time you train! training sessions are not ideal for several reasons. Your dog get bored or you start getting tired and not pay attention to what your dog is doing. And honestly, it's a lot for your dog to take Remember those hour and half long college classes that about killed your A training session does the same to your dog's shorter is better think 10 minutes or Well, you know the saying. Often when a dog gets something wrong, people just keep having them do it over and over, perhaps hoping the dog stumble upon the correct response. However, if your dog gets it wrong more than 3 times a row STOP. This means you are not giving you dog enough information. If you keep doing it, your dog is just going to get frustrated and stop trying and you lose your .Image source: @GunterHentschel via Flickr This is a recipe for disaster. Your dog makes a mistake and suddenly you are taking your frustration, anger, etc., out on him. Instead, hang out and snuggle with him on the couch until your mood improves, or do something without your dog.Image source: @PaulNelson via Flickr It has been scientifically proven that positive reinforcement methods produce better results than correction-based training. Even worse, however, is mixing the two. It creates a confusing atmosphere for the dog, who never knows if he is going to be punished or rewarded. This leads to a lack of willingness to work or offer behaviors would you risk offering something if you weren't sure if you were going to be rewarded or punished?Image source: @KevinHale via Flickr There are rules to using the clicker correctly. Common mistakes include clicking and not rewarding your dog and clicking more than once per behavior .https: photos unfoldedorigami 2088606137 This mistake is a biggie because it affect your dog's performance. people take a dog obedience class and during that time they practice with their dog. She learns the behaviors and everything is good. Fast forward a few months, or a year even, and the owner is upset because the dog won't sit to greet….a behavior she hasn't been asked to do since the class. Dogs get rusty on skills just like us could you solve algebraic equation if someone presented it to you? Probably not, unless you use them your daily life. be sure to keep up on your dog's skills remember just a couple minutes a day is all it takes!Image source: @Maplegirlie via Flickr This is a big one that most dog owners do repeating cues. You say sit, your dog doesn't respond and you say sit again. And again. Then, we wonder why our dog doesn't respond the first time we say a cue. Well, when you command nag, you are essentially teaching your dog he doesn't need to respond the first, second, even fourth time. Instead, you have now taught him that the cue is Sit, sit, sit, sit. And your dog wait for that fourth cue before responding. The worst cue for this is come. Only say it once. If your dog doesn't come, go get him. Don't say the cue at all if you are not sure your dog