The relationship between number of training sessions per week and learning in dogs

@inproceedings{Meyer2008TheRB,
  title={The relationship between number of training sessions per week and learning in dogs},
  author={I. Meyer and Jonathan Ladewig},
  year={2008}
}
Despite the fact that most domestic dogs receive some kind of training, surprisingly few studies have been undertaken to analyze the process in detail, e.g. the question of how often training should be done has not been investigated in dogs. According to the Danish animal protection law, laboratory animals, including laboratory dogs, must be habituated to personnel and laboratory procedures before experimentation. In order for the law to be implemented, however, better knowledge about the… CONTINUE READING
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