Teaching your pet or working towards top competitions - setting goals is an excellent way to improve your training. It keeps you from expecting too much at once, and it prevents you from stepping on the spot for too long using a method that may not be optimal for the individual dog. On the long run you may even be able to detect health issues particularly if the performance is directly linked to it the dog's physical condition.
The basic concept of goal setting is trivial: you define a goal as well as a measure that expresses how close you are to the defined goal. But how can you apply this do dog training, and how can DogScroll help you with that? This article gives you step-by-step instructions for using goals in DogScroll.
For a number of reasons, DogScroll data is stored locally on your device, and not online using our servers or any common cloud service. Cloud services are a privacy matter. Handling your personal data would have a significant effect on cost, liability, and long-term commitment. We do not want to put your privacy at risk. Furthermore, dog training often happens in the field where good network coverage cannot always be assumed.
We are making the last preparations and are really excited to go live with DogScroll for Android™ in just a few days.
DogScroll will be available in a large number of countries including the United States and the EU member states. We'll add more countries as we sort out their taxing requirements. If you are waiting for DogScroll to become available where you live just drop us a note. While we don't want to promise too much we might still be able to prioritize our efforts in some cases.
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