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Aliesha Shepherd
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I am a wife ,a mother, & a dog trainer, who dabbles in painting, photography, and writing. I love reading, science and the great outdoors.
I am a wife ,a mother, & a dog trainer, who dabbles in painting, photography, and writing. I love reading, science and the great outdoors.

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What's New?
So maybe you've notice things got a bit quite over here for a while....well that's because I was busy making it easier for you to find the answers to all your questions in one place that you can pull off your shelf any time.  Yep, that's right, a book.  Thi...

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Q&A about service dogs

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Service Dogs: Questions Answered
This is Zoey. Zoey is a service dog.  She is being trained in a classroom here. What is the difference, you may be asking yourself, between them and a therapy dog, or a Emotional Support Animal? A Service Dog is a dog who has a specific job that it is train...

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Starting off right!
One might be asking what has Aliesha from Sit Spot Click been doing lately?  Well for starters I am full time training a service dog named Zoey.  She is helping a boy who suffers from extreme anxiety and has some delayed mental developments.  So far she has...

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So I am in the process of training a Golden Retriever to be a service dog for a 15 year old boy I know. I am so grateful to be given this wonderful opportunity to give the puppy the wonderful gift of a job, and for the wonderful boy, this wonderful companio...

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Best Trainer in Newberg!
I want to give a shout out to you all who voted for me as the best trainer in Newberg for the year 2014!  This was quite a wonderful surprise!  Every year Newberg has a form you can submit where you name your favorite and best places and people for the year...

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How to create aggression in dogs
Let me give you the perfect recipe for making a frustrated and or, an aggressive dog. Step 1. Let them see or hear something that excites them. Step 2. Deny them access to that very thing that excited them Step 3. Repeat This could be a dog on another side ...

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Ever wonder why they work so well, or do you still doubt, because you have not tried?
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