Are you interested in animal training?

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On this blog I share stories of my animal training adventures, information about the science of animal training and behavior, and tips and advice to help you improve your training. 

Join me as we explore the best training strategies for creating fast learning, effective communication, and enthusiastic, willing animals.

If you’re new to Stale Cheerios, I recommend that you start by visiting this page to learn more about Stale Cheerios and that you visit my Top Posts page.

~Mary Hunter
mary@stalecheerios.com




Recent posts from the StaleCheerios blog


Yum! A bully stick.

Logan goes to school

Logan and I have been doing lots of training in the house, in the backyard, and even walking up and down the street I live on. But this weekend we took a big next step. Logan got to go to school with me! (If you’re new to my blog, you can find all of my […]

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Bob Bailey: A fascinating history

At this year’s Art and Science of Animal Training Conference, Bob Bailey and Marian Breland Bailey were awarded the Anderson Award for their contributions to the field of animal training. If you’ve read any of my previous posts about Bob Bailey, you are probably aware that Bob is an incredibly knowledgeable and experienced trainer who […]

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