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Posted on: 10:16:45 PM 9/21/2007

I know a great deal about invisible fencing. I have used it in the past, did not like it, and removed it from all of my training programs. This is NOT because I used it wrong. Rather, I was not happy with the end result, and how it changed my dogs in...

Posted on: 7:12:04 PM 9/21/2007

Trainers will go where you pay them to go. Trainers who teach in classes will come to your home, if you pay them to do so.

Use Google to find a trainer near you. Simply type in your area and then the "key words" privet dog training. BINGO...

Posted on: 7:00:53 PM 9/21/2007

ooops I hit submit twice.

Posted on: 7:00:51 PM 9/21/2007


I live in the real world too. I live in the country. I have many dogs, some are sighthounds, they are all boundary trained to say in the yard, and they do not leave, even when a Rabbit runs by.

This said - if I come to a ...

Posted on: 2:10:36 AM 9/20/2007


I am sorry to hear that your trainer had such a negative attitude. Even if your dog was a total monster he should have been more helpful and provided more encouragement.

It also seems that he has omly the most ba...

Posted on: 2:08:20 AM 9/19/2007

I cannot understand how it is that so many people think so little of SHOCKING their dogs. There are other ways to help your dog and I would suggest you keep on searching the Internet until you find an answer that does not involve hurting your dog. <...

Posted on: 1:44:35 AM 9/19/2007

Hello Everyone:

I realize that we are not allowed to publish links to our websites. But I very much wanted to bring everyone's attention to a great site that I found. It is a organization dedicated to helping pets when their owners pass aw...

Posted on: 11:36:11 AM 9/12/2007

Yes, a puppy that young is too young to crate. But there is a bright side. People who raise up very (very) young pups often develop exceptionally close bonds with their dogs.

Posted on: 5:41:45 AM 9/11/2007

If you can, go get them.... YOU GO GIRL!!!!!

Posted on: 4:09:03 PM 9/10/2007


Yikes...time out? nice tones?
get me a barf bag
this is a dog, not an errant child.
restrain the head and use a muzzle for crying out loud....oh yeah...I'm not dealing with Einsteins here. Use an e coll...

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