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Product NameThe Art Of Proofing: Preparing Your Dog For Obedience Trials
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AuthorAdele Yunck
Page Count151
Long DescriptionFrom the co-author of the long-popular "Competition Obedience: A Balancing Act" comes a new book, "The Art of Proofing: Preparing Your Dog For Obedience Trials." Many exhibitors skip the crucial step of proofing when preparing to show their dog in obedience trials. During proofing, you expose your dog to more and more difficult distractions to teach him to maintain his concentration and complete the obedience exercises. This book will help you explore proofing, whether training by yourself, with a helper, or in a group. Author Adele Yunck draws on her extensive teaching and trialing background as she explores this fascinating subject.
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