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Terry Stacy

Terry Stacy

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Billy Wheeler has been attending dog shows as a spectator and exhibitor for over 40 years. Billy is the man behind the popular Dog Show Poop. He is a retired management consultant who has advised multiple organizations affiliated with the AKC and the Cat Fanciers Association on business management, long range planning, customer service, and legislative matters. After 25 years of living in the big cities of New York, San Francisco, and Washington, DC, he now resides in his hometown of Memphis TN with his wife, Brenda, her Toy Poodle and his Cairn, Scottie, & IG. When he is not blogging, Billy can be found in the kitchen cooking, and listening to opera.
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  • Tani July 30, 2012 at 8:12 AM

    Praise is the key, I think. Whenever they do something good, pet them, pisare them loudly and over again a few times, and then reward them with a treat. It’s going to take patients and when the dog messes up it’s important to be stern but don’t be abusive. =P Dogs are smart and it will eventually catch on. If you’re planning on getting a puppy, it’s going to take extra patients so just keep that in mind, it’s a solid commitment. I have two Pitbulls, and training is everything with them so I think I may know what I’m talking about. Haha, best of luck to you and your new dog! References : Experienced dog owner.

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