Jane Killion has posted this excellent article from Clean Run magazine on her website. It is a great read whether you are new to dog training - or whether you have been doing it forever. It will get you thinking. Jane does a great job of explaining reinforcement and punishment, positive and negative - they may not mean what you think they mean.
Trick training and titling for all dogs.
From this home page you can access on line trick training classes and information on how to submit documentation for titles. A great way to work on all kinds of behaviours with your dog.
A fabulous resource for owners of new puppies. This resource starts from day one and is intended mainly for breeders but it has a wealth of material for new puppy owners as well. Puppy Culture protocols are designed to help you make the most of the critical first 12 weeks of your puppies life. Even if your puppy is beyond 12 weeks, you will find much of value.
Thie American Veterinary Society of Animal Behaviour Statement discusses the importance of early socialization - risks and benefits. If you have concerns about taking your young puppy out in public or have been told not to attend classes until all vaccines are completed, you should look at the other side of this equation.
Some of the most well known / TV personality trainers ascribe to the Dominance Theory and frame their training approach around the need for the trainer / owner to assert dominance over the dog. This statement will help you understand the flaws and fallacies of Dominance Theory.
Jane Killion is a Bull Terrier breeder and trainer. This book is very readable, enjoyable and full of practical advise - it is one of my all time favourite training books. If you want to buy only one training book - this is the one you should get.