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Posted on: 2:01:56 PM 4/30/2008

Here's my reply to a dog owner having pulling problems. Once you get the control walking them together will not be a problem. Remember training is the key not a mechanical device such as a gentleleader.
As an ethologically based behaviorist th...

Posted on: 6:24:26 PM 1/16/2008

Smaking is a stimulus that would need to create a reaction that was favorable and could be praised when it occured. Since your dog is not very lickly to run outside and go to the bathroom immediately when you smack him then it is doing no good whats...

Posted on: 6:15:10 PM 1/16/2008

She is reading you like a book!!! Just keep on sending the money... She's not a behaviorist she is a fake!!!!

Posted on: 1:57:00 PM 12/29/2007

By the way vinegar or other ill tasting ingredients were used originally because some dogs just liked the water like most labs would.

Posted on: 1:54:49 PM 12/29/2007

"Pennys in the can" is also "PUNISHMENT". I don't disagree with the use of any of these. If you want the behavior to be changed instead of just halted for the momment you will have faster more concrete success if you use praise simultaneously with ...

Posted on: 12:29:32 AM 12/29/2007

Use of a spray bottle is "PUNISHMENT" if tt dog doesn't like it. So don't bad mouth the term if you have ever used one or denied a dog a treat until it performed because that is also PUNISHMENT in the dogs eye!!! One suggestion when you use the spra...

Posted on: 7:40:49 PM 12/27/2007

Here how it all takes place. Please read it entirely and you'll even see a paragragh about "Pet Pyschics":

Posted on: 3:22:46 PM 12/27/2007

How much is this "communicator" charging you?

Posted on: 11:00:59 PM 12/26/2007

If you would like the answers to your puzzling situation instead of all this tail chasing and nonsense just drop me a PM and I'll set up a phone session with you at no charge to discuss this issue and present you with a solution that works for you!!!

Posted on: 3:45:35 PM 12/22/2007

How quick training takes place depends on definition. 6 month or older dogs which I work with will complete basic control training in 7 to 10 sessions. That includes such things as sit, stay, come, down, heel, walk on slack leash, and other basic r...

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