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One of the most difficult, necessary, and rewarding behaviors to correct in a dog is anxiety and aggression. Anxiety and aggression are behaviors that can be learned, genetic, or innate. When a dog feels threatened, the two natural responses will be fight or flight. Most dogs will attempt to put as much distance between themselves and the threat; if the threat remains they will then turn to aggression or submit. Other dogs are overly confident pack leaders and will turn first to aggression. Both of these reactions stem from anxiety and can be fixed with a balanced, positive aggressive dog training in Mesa.

Dog Training Elite Mesa behavior modification process is highly personalized. We work to empower owners as they work alongside our professional dog trainers in Mesato build confidence and understanding in their dogs. We work with owners in their home to slowly retrain a dog’s reactions to stressful situations and then work to integrate them back into the community.

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Our Aggressive Dog Behavior Training Process

We will first meet the dog in a free in-home assessment to gain an understanding of the reasons for the aggression, anxiety, or fears.We will assess triggers and build a personalized training program for each unique dog and targeting their specific behavior.For fearful and anxious dogs, our trainers will work alongside owners to build confidence.

For overly aggressive dogs, training will help owners establish a pack leader position in the home. We will work to desensitize a dog to their biggest triggers and anxiety and when the dog has reached a safe baseline obedience level in these situations we then introduce them to our class settings. A muzzle is required for class settings to ensure the safety of all dogs as these classroom settings are designed to integrate the dog back into social settings successfully.

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Our Balanced Theory

We base our training around the "Classical Conditioning" model (a.k.a. "Pavlovian" or "respondent conditioning"). This includes developing conditioned or automatic reflexes to commands. In its simplest form (after proper conditioning), when the owner says "sit," the dog automatically sits without thinking about it. Our unique techniques ensure our program is a success no matter what behavior we encounter.

  • Empowering Owners
    We empower Owners to train so their dog knows who to obey at all times.
  • Personalized
    We deal with problem behaviors on a personal basis.
  • Environment Specific
    We train wherever issues tend to arise (i.e. jogging, park, home).
  • Supportive
    We support Owners in the off-hours (when training is "not in session").
  • Involved
    We work with all members of the household.
  • Simplified & Customized
    We plan training around the owner's schedule and require only 20 min/day follow-up practice.
  • Continued Training
    Additional programs / group sessions offered after in-home training.
  • Lifetime Investment
    We follow up & are invested in the owner's success long-term.
  • Satisfaction Ratings
    Our high client satisfaction rating sets us apart from competitors.

clas·si·cal con·di·tion·ingPSYCHOLOGYnoun
A learning process that occurs when two stimuli are repeatedly paired; a response that is at first elicited by the second stimulus and is eventually elicited by the first stimulus alone.
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Had my Service Dog trained over the last year with the team she was able to complete her testing in August. Had some hiccups with protection training but was resolved. Overall Neil the owner great to work with very personable and passionate about the dogs training. Megan has done great job communicating since stepping in to handle things.
— kenny j
Posted September 15th 2022
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We love training with Ashley. She takes the time to make sure we understand everything and personalizes the training to our dog and unique needs. Our dog has gone from pulling on a leash & jumping on people to healing and looking to us for direction. We are looking forward to completing the service dog training and are confident we will be able to do so with Ashley’s help.
— Jennifer Giannetta
Posted November 24th 2021
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I had Ashley as my trainer and she was the absolute best! She was very thorough with the training for my dog Rufus. I am pleased when taking him out and having people come up to me giving him and myself compliments of how well he behaves. I would recommend Ashley as she does not only work from my place but we did a session with walking around old town Scottsdale to make sure he still would work through with the distractions outside. I have not made it to group Class yet but I do look forward to working Rufus with other dogs and have a chance for him to win a prize in the class.
— Andrew Federico
Posted November 18th 2021
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We had a great experience with our trainers. Initially we hired them to help us with a rescue pitbull but it didn’t work out and we were forced to do something different for our family with young kids.The remaining balance of our pre-paid training was applied to our new puppy and the experience has been remarkable!I’ve had dogs my entire life and always considered myself well informed and able to manage my dogs. Dog Training Elite took what I knew to the next level… maybe a few levels. It’s been amazing to have a young puppy so well behaved.I would recommend these trainers to anyone looking for help with their dog.
— Howard Hansen
Posted October 18th 2021
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I was in desperate need of a service dog. I went to DTE after a lot of research and physically observing their dogs and trainers at one of their events. When I arrived at their Mesa location, I was greeted by the most amazing people. They were kind, took a lot of time and effort to understand my needs and my disabilities. They had payment plans that fit my needs and had equipment I would need for training on site. I was lucky to have trainer Lexi. She did absolute wonders with my dog. By day two, my dog was tasking for my disability. Over the course of 3 weeks, Lexi got my dog ready to pass the CGC, CGCU, CGCA, PA, and ALL of the service dog tasks I requested. We were tested by Alex, who made what could have been the most stressful day ever, instead fun, light, and very enjoyable. This was not all. After testing, I was invited to join Service Dog group classes. This was run by Priscilla and Ashley. I was beyond nervous to go to our first class, but Ashley assured me that it was going to be great. I can’t put into words how supportive the class was. Priscilla was so knowledgeable and helped make little corrections with my dog which greatly impacted his behavior. I gained the confidence I needed and my dogs skills skyrocketed. I can not recommend this company enough. If you want results, respect, encouragement, understanding, and a friendly environment, DTE is for you.
— Dina Ransom
Posted July 22nd 2021
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DTE’s professionals - Alex, Ashley and Aspen (Triple A) have provided their knowledge and tools to help our dog Astrid gain confidence and make good decisions. Through Triple A’s direction, Astrid has made considerable strides in being a good, respectful, obedient and fun Doberman. Thank you Alex, Ashley, and Aspen for your solid expertise, real problem solving skills and real life, practical training .Astrid .
— Al Interiano
Posted June 26th 2021
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Ashely has been great with my dog. I have seen a big improvement with his obedience especially with recall and reactivity towards other dogs.
— lorenajocelyne
Posted June 12th 2021
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I enjoyed the work they were able to do with both myself and my dog. Throughout the training I got to see many different trainers but received the same training for each specific course. They were capable to turn my life and my dogs around. They built up the confidence is both of us and showed the world that we are able to be in control. Each lesson was thought out and properly prepared to best teach both of us what we needed to be successful. I continue to look forward to our ongoing lessons and those who have helped us(Ashley, Neal,John,Aspen, Dani and their whole communication team)!
— Dallin Howell
Posted June 10th 2021
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Every one there, literally everyone is amazing. All of the trainers are awesome and super friendly. They show that they are genuinely interested in asking your dog a more well rounded pet. I just finished the 6 week puppy course and my pup is doing so great. I can't say enough about how amazing this group of trainers are. Ashley stood out as super energetic and super friendly. She came to do the evaluation on my dog and demonstrated what we could hope to expect with her dog. All at my home. And she was involved in every class. Aspen was awesome also. Everyone was great I just can't remember all of their names. But Ashley and Aspen stood out. Thank you guys so much for helping me train my pup. Can't wait to go on to the more advanced classes.
— Clarence Jimenez
Posted June 4th 2021
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People always ask who trained your dog and I always say dog training elite. They trained my dog to become a service animal . They helped me get a new normal with my service dog. I could never thank them enough for what they do . They have a great team and are always willing to help . Again thank you dog training elite.
— jose declusin
Posted May 29th 2021
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I am currently training my 3 dog's and they are doing so well. They follow all the commands with the e collar. All of my dogs know basic obedience in the house and we are currently doing group training and it is going really good. The staff at dog training elite is amazing and respond quickly to questions.
— Sarah Becker
Posted May 29th 2021
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We have been thrilled with Dog Training Elite, Ashley has been wonderful for our puppy! Would highly recommend!
— Vanessa Grothaus
Posted May 29th 2021
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We have had an excellent experience with Ashley at Dog Training Elite thus far! She had only 2 trainings with my 6 month only pup and it’s be night/day difference in those two session- but TBH even after 1 session it was successful. She’s assertive yet caring which considering my apprehension with the collar, she worked with me to feel amazingly comfortable. She also texts to come early if that works for your scheduling. I highly recommend Ashley and as I move through my 6-8 month commitment with Dog Training Elite, I’ll be sure to review further. I will say the only reason this isn’t 5 star is their administration needs work. Scheduling is not easy. Confirmations of your appointment day of are via text... but scheduling you have to psychically call. Why? Additionally, each trainer cannot schedule appointments other than their own schedule. Which is a PITA if that trainer’s schedule is full on the desired time/day and now you have to call the office. I’ve called at least 7-8 times since seeking out initial service and despite each staff telling me there is “always” at least one person answering phones (except for 1 hour for a meeting on Mondays), I ALWAYS have to leave a voicemail and await a return call up to 2 days later- or me calling back myself impatiently. The finance guy has also called to collect full payments a couple of times despite having talked to him prior and been on the 3 month payment plan. So administration needs work but training by Ashley and TBD others! makes it worth the patience!
— Jeff Frost
Posted May 25th 2021
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How do I train my dog with anxiety and aggression? ›

The following tips will help you train successfully:
  1. Use positive training methods only. Ignore and redirect unwanted behavior rather than punishing your dog. ...
  2. Be patient. Don't set unrealistic expectations for your fearful dog. ...
  3. Go at your dog's pace. ...
  4. Teach your dog to nose target.
24 Mar 2021

Do dog trainers train aggressive dogs? ›

Is training an aggressive dog possible? Yes. Aggression in dogs, whether it be toward a dog's owner or other dogs, is a serious behavior that should be adjusted with the help of a professional dog trainer.

How long does it take to train an anxiety dog? ›

Each dog receives an average of more than 600 hours of training, along with veterinary care, boarding, and grooming. Some people choose to train the dog themselves, with the help of a certified trainer. This option is less expensive, but it can still involve high costs.

How do you train a dog with anger issues? ›

Things You Should Do When Working with an Aggressive Dog:

Make sure your dog is getting enough exercise and other canine enrichment activities. Maintain a calm demeanor around your pet. Use positive reinforcement and reward-based training techniques. Purchase and use a muzzle if your dog bites or you suspect he may.

Can you fix a fear aggressive dog? ›

Fear aggression is unlikely to improve with time. Consult with your veterinarian to rule out physical causes for aggression. Your vet may be able to recommend over-the-counter anti-anxiety products, provide a behavior modification plan or refer you to a positive-reinforcement trainer in your area.

What dog breeds have the most anxiety? ›

For more information on fear, anxiety, and stress, refer to our post on dog anxiety.
  • Which Dog Breeds Are Most Prone To Anxiety? ...
  • Lagotto Romagnolos. ...
  • Wheaten Terriers. ...
  • Spanish Water Dogs. ...
  • Shetland Sheepdogs. ...
  • Miniature Schnauzers. ...
  • Mixed-Breed Dogs. ...
  • All Dogs Can Have Anxiety.
18 Nov 2021

How do you stop dominance in dog aggression? ›

Treatment involves:
  1. Avoiding aggressive situations and triggers.
  2. Starting a “nothing in life is free” program.
  3. Giving preference to one dog.
  4. Desensitization and counter-conditioning.
  5. Medication, such as fluoxetine, to reduce anxiety and aggression.
20 Jan 2017

How do you socialize an aggressive dog? ›

Tips for Socializing Your Aggressive Dog
  1. Introduce your dog to others. Going regularly to the dog park will make sure your puppy meets other dogs. ...
  2. Don't be harsh. ...
  3. Change your behavior. ...
  4. Have a routine. ...
  5. Take your furry friend to growl classes. ...
  6. Support social activities. ...
  7. Get professional help.
22 Jan 2020

Is anxiety a disability? ›

Is Anxiety Considered a Disability? Anxiety disorders, such as OCD, panic disorders, phobias or PTSD are considered a disability and can qualify for Social Security disability benefits. Those with anxiety can qualify for disability if they are able to prove their anxiety makes it impossible to work.

What is the best age to train a service dog? ›

The optimal age for a dog to become a service dog is considered the age of 2. This is the “adolescence” age stage and it matches the age of a 12-14 years old person. Why is this age considered the most suitable one for a dog to be trained as a service dog?

What to do if your dog growls and snaps at you? ›

Whatever you're doing, just stop. If your dog's growl threshold is near his bite threshold – that is, if there's not much time between his growl and his bite, get safe. If his growl doesn't mean a bite is imminent, stop what you're doing but stay where you are.

Why do dogs become aggressive? ›

There are multiple reasons that a dog may exhibit aggression toward family members. The most common causes include conflict aggression, fear-based, defensive aggression, status related aggression, possessive aggression, food guarding aggression and redirected aggression.

Why do dogs become aggressive suddenly? ›

If a dog that has never shown any sign of aggression suddenly begins growling, snapping, or biting, it may be caused by a disease or illness. Pain is an especially common cause of aggression in dogs. 1 Your suddenly aggressive dog may have an injury or an illness that's causing major discomfort and stress.

Does CBD help aggressive dogs? ›

Many veterinarians, professional dog trainers, and pet owners alike have discovered that CBD can promote calm in dogs. While dog aggression remains a complex problem, the calming effect of CBD oil may be part of a successful and well-designed training program to address aggression in dogs.

How do I build confidence in my fear aggressive dog? ›

What can I do to help my shy dog? Dogs learn from positive association. The best way to help a shy or fearful dog gain confidence is to expose them to what frightens them at a low intensity. Pair this exposure with something positive, like a tasty treat.

What does fear aggression look like in dogs? ›

Signs of Fear Aggression

Fearful dogs show displacement behaviors, such as licking or chewing themselves, sniffing, lip licking, and yawning. Common vocalizations include growls mixed with whines.

What causes dogs to have anxiety? ›

The most common reasons for anxiety in a dog is abandonment, fear of being home alone, loud noises, traveling, and/or being around strange people, children, or other pets. We've also seen the anxiety in dogs that have been abused or neglected. The best way to treat your canine companion is to determine the cause.

Does anxiety in dogs get worse with age? ›

Do dogs get more anxious with age? While not every dog gets more anxious with age, anxiety in older dogs is not unusual. As dogs age, their sense of smell, hearing, and sight may be impacted. Additionally, they may experience cognitive decline and struggle when it comes to perception and memory.

Why does my dog keep attacking my other dog for no reason? ›

There are a variety of reasons dogs may show sudden aggression towards each other. Some of the most common causes of conflict between familiar dogs include frustration, illness, and resource guarding. You'll need to clearly identify the root of the problem to restore household harmony.

What should you not do after a dog fight? ›

Don't: Isolate the dogs from one another. If you don't get the dogs back together after a fight a bit of scar tissue develops in their mind, and in your emotions. After a few fights the scar can become too deep. When this happens their is nothing that can be done.

Is it too late to socialize dogs? ›

It's never too late to socialize an adult dog. If your woof lacks experience in the world, take them outside and get started today.

What is the dog calming code? ›

It is NOT more training that your dog needs; Rather it's the knowledge of how to communicate with your dog that YOU are going to take charge that allows your dog to switch off, relax and calm down. The Dog Calming Code gives you just that. I wish you the best as you continue on your dog training journey.

How do I get my dog to stop growling at other dogs on walks? ›

Have your friend walk his dog slowly past the gap while you stand 20 feet away from the gap. If your dog starts to growl, give him the 'sit-stay' command to distract him. If he obeys and stops growling, praise him and give him a treat.

Can a dog that bites be rehabilitated? ›

Most scientific studies indicate that it is very possible to rehabilitate a dog after they bite another dog or person.

Do dogs really help with anxiety? ›

Studies show that dogs reduce stress, anxiety and depression; ease loneliness; encourage exercise and improve your overall health. For example, people with dogs tend to have lower blood pressure and are less likely to develop heart disease.

Can dogs help with anxiety attacks? ›

Psychiatric service dogs typically assist people who have mental health conditions that interfere with their day-to-day lives. A psychiatric service dog may help someone with anxiety by: bringing medication, or water to help swallow medication, during an anxiety attack.

What job is good for someone with anxiety? ›

Here are eight great job ideas for people with anxiety.
  • Fitness trainer / dietician. ...
  • Counselor / mental health worker. ...
  • Plumber / carpenter / electrician. ...
  • Lab technician. ...
  • Shelf stocker / warehouse worker. ...
  • Gardener / landscaper / florist. ...
  • Freelance writer / graphic designer.
25 Sept 2020

Is anxiety a mental illness? ›

Anxiety disorders are the most common of mental disorders and affect nearly 30% of adults at some point in their lives. But anxiety disorders are treatable and a number of effective treatments are available. Treatment helps most people lead normal productive lives.

Can I claim benefits for anxiety? ›

If your mental health means you find it hard to work or do daily tasks, you could claim benefits. These will depend on the criteria, but can include depression or anxiety. The benefit process can be stressful.

What age is too late to train a dog? ›

You may be asking yourself, “Is my dog too old to train?” Despite popular belief, you can teach an old dog new tricks. If you're wondering when it's too late to train a dog, the answer is never! Training a dog as an adult can be beneficial in some ways — he may be less distractible and energetic than he was as a puppy.

What commands does a service dog need to know? ›

What Commands Does a Service Dog Learn?
  • WATCH – to get the dog's attention.
  • WATCH ME – to make eye contact.
  • SIT – to sit on her rump.
  • DOWN – to put her entire body lying down on the floor.
  • STAND – to stand on all four legs.
  • COME – to advance to your side and sit in a heel position.

How long does it take to train a dog? ›

What about time constraints? However time wise, the dogs with the long daily sessions will complete their course in less than 4 weeks, whereas those with the short, bi-weekly training sessions will take a minimum of 9 weeks.

How do you punish a dog for growling? ›

Don't Punish Growling

If you punish your dog for growling, you will only inhibit growling. You won't have done anything to address the underlying issue. For example, punishing your dog for growling in the presence of other dogs will stop the growling. However, your dog will still feel uncomfortable around other dogs.

What does it mean when a dog growls but wags tail? ›

A confident dog wanting you to move away will often deliver a low-pitched warning growl. His body will stiffen and the loose circular wag may become a stiff side-to-side motion. 2. A scared dog who really doesn't want to defend himself may make a high-pitched growl-bark to get you to move away from him.

What does it mean when a dog snaps at you? ›

A snap is a warning. It communicates that your dog is feeling threatened, possessive or irritated, or that something you just did hurt him. You were not bitten because the dog does not want to bite. It's important to respect the warning and determine what provoked it.

Can you train aggression out of a dog? ›

Is training an aggressive dog possible? Yes. Aggression in dogs, whether it be toward a dog's owner or other dogs, is a serious behavior that should be adjusted with the help of a professional dog trainer.

Can aggressive dog be cured? ›

Treatment. It's important to keep in mind that there is no such thing as a cure for aggression. Aggressive behaviors are managed and reduced through proper treatment with a veterinary behavioral professional. It's also essential to understand that aggression is a behavioral problem, not an issue of obedience.

Can you fix an aggressive dog? ›

However, there's no guarantee that an aggressive dog can be completely cured. In many cases, the only solution is to manage the problem by limiting a dog's exposure to the situations, people or things that trigger her aggression. There's always risk when dealing with an aggressive dog.

Do dogs feel guilty after they bite? ›

While there's little doubt that dogs are capable of feeling primary emotions, which include feelings such as happiness, sadness and fear, there's far less evidence that dogs experience what are called secondary emotions, which include guilt and shame, says Scientific American.

Do I have to put my dog down if he bites me? ›

In California, a dog that bites someone is not required to be put down since the owners of the dog are held liable for your injury – not the dog itself. Many of our clients would never open a dog bite case if they knew the animal was at risk of being euthanized.

Why does my dog bite me when I pet him? ›

Most often, dogs bite people when they feel threatened in some way. It's a natural instinct that's still present in domesticated dogs. This is why it's important for everyone who interacts with a dog to understand what may provoke this aggressive behavior.

How do I stop my dogs anxiety aggression? ›

One way is counterconditioning. The purpose of counterconditioning is to change your dog's response to the stimuli responsible for anxiety, usually by replacing the anxious or aggressive behavior with a more desirable behavior, like sitting or focusing on the owner.

Can anxiety cause a dog to be aggressive? ›

Dogs also experience anxiety just like human beings. The different causes of anxiety in dogs include aging, fear, and separation. While anxiety is a normal occurrence, disproportionate levels of anxiety can lead to aggressive behaviors if left unchecked.

What are the signs of anxiety in dogs? ›

Clinical Signs of Dog Anxiety and Fear

Mild fears: signs may include trembling, tail-tucking, hiding, reduced activity and passive escape behaviors. Panic: signs may include panting, pacing, active escape behavior and increased out-of-context, potentially injurious motor activity.

Does CBD help aggressive dogs? ›

Many veterinarians, professional dog trainers, and pet owners alike have discovered that CBD can promote calm in dogs. While dog aggression remains a complex problem, the calming effect of CBD oil may be part of a successful and well-designed training program to address aggression in dogs.

What is considered an aggressive dog breed? ›

Pit Bulls, Dobermans, Rottweilers, Wolf hybrids, Akitas, and German shepherds are all commonly considered aggressive.

What does fear aggression look like in dogs? ›

Signs of Fear Aggression

Fearful dogs show displacement behaviors, such as licking or chewing themselves, sniffing, lip licking, and yawning. Common vocalizations include growls mixed with whines.

What is the best calming aid for dogs? ›

Our Top Calming Treats for Dogs
  • Best Tasting Calming Chews: The Anxious Pet Relax & Roll Soft Chew.
  • Best Everyday CBD-Free Calming Treats: This Dog's Life Bye Bye Pup Worries Calming Chews.
  • Best for Travel: NaturVet Quiet Moments Calming Aid.
  • Best Crunch CBD Dog Treat: King Kalm Crunch CBD Dog Treats.
29 Jan 2022

What causes a dog to suddenly become aggressive? ›

1 Your suddenly aggressive dog may have an injury or an illness that's causing major discomfort and stress. Some possible causes of pain include arthritis, bone fractures, internal injuries, various tumors, and lacerations. Other illnesses may affect your dog's brain, leading to seemingly unreasonable aggression.

What over the counter medicine is good for dogs with anxiety? ›

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Can I give Benadryl to my dog for anxiety? ›

Benadryl is a relatively safe and effective medication for dogs when used according to the instructions of a veterinarian.

What does gabapentin do to dogs? ›

Gabapentin is a medicine given to dogs to control and treat seizures, help with pain, and assist with treating anxiety. Different doses of gabapentin can be administered according to the pet's needs. Some adverse effects of gabapentin include lethargy, diarrhea, and anxiety.

How do I socialize my dog with anxiety? ›

Here are some dos and don'ts for socializing your anxious dog:
  1. DO plan. ...
  2. DO start with distance. ...
  3. DON'T be tempted to move too quickly. ...
  4. DO make experiences positive. ...
  5. DON'T force interaction. ...
  6. DO take breaks. ...
  7. And DON'T be afraid to speak up if you need to protect your dog when they need space. ...
  8. DO choose your moments.
21 Feb 2018

Can dogs be treated for anxiety? ›

There are various treatment methods that can help ease your pup's anxiety and stress. But in order to treat them, you first need to understand the cause and severity of their condition. Dog anxiety treatment may involve a combination of strategies, like behavior modification, and medication.

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