"Dogs get excited about toys, and some can play fetch for an hour without tiring, but there's a difference between enthusiasm and obsession."
"Teaching your dog how to complete the fetching process will help to make the game of fetch more fun for the both of you."
"There are three types of dogs in this world: dogs that don't care about fetch, dogs that fetch but don't retrieve, and Labradors."
"Before you can start training your dog's retrieve, you need to be clear on your training goals, or more correctly, your criteria."
"Playing fetch with your dog is a great way to burn off extra energy and bond with your pet."
"It is essential to properly teach our dogs the rules to the games we have created. Once we do, it will make things easier and more enjoyable for dog..."
"Some dogs are natural retrievers. Teaching them to fetch is a matter of directing the behavior into the right channels."
"The method you'll use to teach your dog to fetch instead of keep-away is called backchaining."
"Once your dog understands the rules of fetch, it will be easier and more enjoyable for you and your dog."