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Training Tip: Linking Behaviors

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The Humane Society of Western Montana's Jean Biggins, and Bella show you how to teach your dog to link behaviors. To do this Biggins does several tricks in a row, before giving Bella a treat."We're going to help you do this with puppy push up's, which is a sit up, sit down. They don't get the treat until they complete all three," Biggins said. Biggins said if your dog isn't good at the sit down cue, you may need to lure them using treats. "The down into sit is often the hardest part, so now I... More>>

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If you are bringing in spring with a new dog or puppy, The Humane Society of Western Montana lends you a hand in teaching a basic, yet essential, command that will keep your pup from jumping up. More>>

Training Tip: Leave It On A Leash

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This week professional trainer Jean Biggins with the Western Montana Humane Society, and Haley taught us how to teach your dog to leave it, while on a leash. More>>

Training Tip: Humane Harnesses

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In this week's training tip from the Western Montana Humane Society, Jean Biggins and Bosco tell us about different kinds of humane harnesses. More>>

Training Tip: Walk On A Leash

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ABC FOX MONTANA brings you another training tip from our friends at the Humane Society of Western Montana. More>>

Training Tip of the Week: Crate Training Cats

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In our continued partnership with the Humane Society of Western Montana Jean Biggins shows us how to train a cat to enter its crate. More>>

Training Tip of the Week: Go to Bed

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In our continued partnership with the Humane Society of Western Montana, Mariah Scheskie teaches us how to get your dog to "go to bed." More>>

Training Tip Of The Week: Sit Pretty

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Every Friday ABC FOX Montana brings you a tip from professional trainers at the humane society. This week's tip is on how to teach your dog how to sit pretty.
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