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Training in public places with a German Shepherd Dog (Naples, Florida)

This video is about Klarity the German Shepherd Dog (around 6 month old at the time of training) and real-world dog training in public places in Naples, FL at FINE-TUNED CANINES Board and Train dog training program. This dog used to be very anxious around cars and would avoid being around them. She would protest by vocalizing and pulling on a leash away from the cars. Here she's showing new calmness and confidence in the environment filled with distractions: noise, smells, movments, cars, dogs, people, etc. Klarity benefited from proper socialization experiences as well, confidence building, obedience training, impulse control around distractions, learning to follow human leadership and from learning how to be calm and relaxed.

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