The Dog Saving Network's philosophy is that it takes a village - or at least lots of rescues and trainers - to save dogs, but it can be done. And using positive reinforcement training gives otherwise "problem dogs" a whole new lease on life, and newfound confidence. The Dog Saving Network and U.S. Bones recently held a fundraiser, called Training to Make a Difference, at t U.S. Bones Rescue and Awareness Center, 4300 s. Keeler Avenue, Chicago. The primary speaker was Ken Rameriz, of the Shedd Aquarium, though I kicked off the evening talking about how I trained our cat, Ricky, to play a piano.
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