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Posted on: 11:17:59 AM 5/12/2010

Instead of crating him when you bring him back in could you keep him leashed to you? Then you could watch him for signs of going and take him out right away and praise and treat when he poops .
You could also try feeding him his supper a little ...

Posted on: 10:09:11 AM 5/12/2010

If anyone has read the article above and disagrees, what part, and why?

Posted on: 10:06:30 AM 5/12/2010

Can we keep the topic on dog punishment training?
Punishment based training can work but would you rather have a dog that works out of avoidence or one that is happy and eager to learn? What do you think hitting a puppy or dog actualy teaches hi...

Posted on: 9:15:59 PM 5/11/2010

Scout, its not that you are rewarding a pup for biting. Biting is normal puppy behaviour. Along with teaching bite inhibition I redirect him with a toy he can chew on, show him what I want instead of punishment.

Posted on: 6:23:36 AM 5/11/2010

"You are now responding with emotion instead of logic. You are making statements that have no basis in fact. Hitting/slapping is not a limited response to only anger. You are mistaken."

Deputy, if anyone can be accused of responding with e...

Posted on: 6:12:08 AM 5/11/2010

"By the way, you statement regarding removing food is not a way of obidence training to ME. Food is a necessity for survival. Talk about a dog losing trust! You go ahead and keep taking that food bowl away. Then, when you least expect it and go to pu...

Posted on: 10:06:50 PM 5/10/2010

"I think owners that slap/hit pups/dogs do so because they dont know any better."


Maybe some know better but cant control themselves? Hitting/slapping is done out of anger.

Posted on: 9:12:15 PM 5/10/2010

I didnt want to hijack the other thread anymore.
Thought this was a good article.


This article by Debra Millikan, Head Instructor of Canine Behavvioural School in Adelaide,first appeared in the New...

Posted on: 9:04:26 PM 5/10/2010

I think owners beat pups/dogs because they are cruel and abusive.
I think owners that slap/hit pups/dogs do so because they dont know any better. There is a lot of info out there from trainers and behaviourists that can teach you a better way. <...

Posted on: 7:24:26 PM 5/10/2010

"I clearly remember the day. I was a young "Know It All" pre teen and my mother was trying to correct me on the the issue of respect. I verbally sassed her and she backhanded me a good one. Popped me right in the mouth. I didn't so much hu...

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