Canine Services International Dog Training Blog

Selective Suppression For Successful Working And Performance Dogs.


When raising a sporting, service or performance dog there is a common misconception that inhibiting a dog’s expression of instinct towards one stimulus will have an unavoidable negative effect to all other expressions of that instinct. Consider that if this were true then we would have to let our dogs chase car tyres on the main road, be aggressive to …

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Partial Science Packaged As The Whole Truth And Wrapped In A Healthy Layer Of Guilt.


Positive reinforcement is only one of four options that a trainer can apply in shaping and modifying behaviour. The higher the skill and experience levels of the dog trainer, the more ability the trainer has to appropriately apply each of the 4 options  in a way that is best suited to the individual dogs temperament, and in a way that …

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Training Your Dog Can Be Cool


It’s not always easy to maintain your dog’s training in the summer heat, and this is especially so when you are working on/with performance or motivation dependant criteria in your dog. If you talk to people who actively use their dogs for working tasks such as hunting, police or service work, scent detection roles, etc. you come to realise just …

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Welcome to the new website (beta version).


“Great things happening to start off 2012!”

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Clear communication and consistent leadership makes for a great relationship between you and your dog Website in 2012


We will be releasing a new website in 2012, this website will cover all basic training and obedience methods but will also have tips and tricks to help you train your dog.

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