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Old 04-10-2014, 11:45 AM
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I have read a lot of recommendation of Cheng See, but when I called, nobody answer, is she still train dog for others ?

Anyway, the waiting music on her phone is quite nice

If she is not in practise, any other recommendation ?

Anyone has experience with the below can share :

1. puppy.com.my
2. Dave Teoh
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Old 04-17-2014, 09:27 AM
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Is dog eating their own poo-poo is normal ? How to prevent that ? Because my dog always wait for no one around only does his biz, then eat it, a bit disgusting, also worry about health issue.

Anyone has experience can share ?

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Old 09-20-2014, 02:16 PM
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Dave Teoh was a great trainer, I had send my 2 german shepherd for him to train. He quick impressed me with his training like less than 10 classes, me and my family get to control over the dog like really well with his technique. HIghly recoomended . his website url www.k9professionaldogservices.com
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Old 09-30-2014, 10:22 PM
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Dog eating their own poo means they do not have enough minerals in their body. Just like eating grass, they know what their body needs. Best feed your pooch some vitamins.

Also, there is a difference between obedience training and behavioral training. Obedience is usually trick training whilst behavioral usually aims at correcting unwanted behavior.

Obedience training does not necessarily correct bad behavior.

If you are looking for a dog behaviorist, check out this page on FB Happy Dogs

Houman is a dog behaviorist. He solves alot of unwanted behavior in dogs. The aim of the training is to teach the owners what to do.

Usually it takes one lesson to solve the problems. Depends on the owners to follow up on the training taught by him.

You can contact him at 017-611-0966 for more info.

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