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Posted on: 6:13:38 PM 9/22/2007

what I was trying to say and didn't realize til the last post was this....

When I had my training it was shown this way....The trainer put the dog in a simple sit. Easy enough. The handler tested the collar and watched for a reaction in th...

Posted on: 6:08:14 PM 9/22/2007

That's fine but when your getting bit, don't matter. Give them something else but no more meaty bones. I learned this in my training and have used it for a long time and it works. Their memory is 1.3 seconds. Replace it with something we don't have t...

Posted on: 5:56:21 PM 9/22/2007

When a dog shows aggression over any toy or object then it doesn't matter how well trained they are or what kind of breed they are. TAKE IT AWAY!!! And we don't get it back. Wait awhile and try again. If it happens again take it away again. But it is...

Posted on: 5:51:01 PM 9/22/2007

I wonder if anyone has ever tried an electronic collar on themselves? I have....i would only recommend one that has several settings. And always tell people start on the lowest setting and once there is a reaction don't go past that setting. But stil...

Posted on: 5:45:48 PM 9/22/2007

I guess everybody can agree, there are different types of training that work for different types of dogs. But every type has pros and cons. I do believe in reward based, simply because most of the stuff we teach our dogs to do is so far off from thei...

Posted on: 7:28:35 PM 9/20/2007

There are ups and downs to the remote fences. I am a trainer so what I'm speaking is from experience and training. Now once they learn that they can get over that invisible line and the shock goes away it's over. They bust through. Also if there is a...

Posted on: 1:48:31 PM 9/20/2007

As a trainer myself I'm appauled that another trainer would make such a statement. Dogs are what we make them. they have natural instincts from generations back but ALL dogs are trainable. Now I can see that if he is aggressive how it's not always sa...

Posted on: 1:42:24 PM 9/20/2007

I am a dachshund breeder. Doxies are great but you do have to be consistant and start early with them. However a jack russel or schnauzer would be good as well. Even a...

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