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A smart dog is a happy dog

When it comes to dog training, ignorance is not necessarily bliss. Our pet pro, Luciano Aguilar, explains how you can make your dog both smarter and happier.

"We've all heard of those dogs that seem to have been born completely trained," says Aguilar. "Unfortunately, those dogs are very rare. That doesn't mean you don't have an amazing dog; it just means you might have some learning to do together."

He continues: "When you  take your dog to a good training class, you'll be the one doing most of the learning. You'll learn how to teach your dog right from wrong and, in the process, build the bond between both of you. The more reliable your dog is, the more freedom you'll give him."

Luciano says that training your dog will make him a better thinker and as a result, he'll be a much happier dog.

"What you get is a dog you can take just about anywhere," he concludes.

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