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Viewing all posts found for user vonKalifornien
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Posted on: 12:24:24 AM 8/11/2009

Even though I have suggested websites or given my opinion on how a person can best solve an issue, people still fail. The pinch collar is not harmful. As I said many times before, ANY training collar is as evil as the person controlling it. If I sugg...

Posted on: 12:15:05 AM 8/11/2009

I can't imagine you using a pinch collar on a Boston Terrier so I perfectly understand where you are coming from. However, not every dog is like a

Posted on: 12:04:35 AM 8/11/2009

So what kind of training collar would you recommend to an ignorant client? Every time I recommend a pinch collar I always tell them that it is a training collar and not a house collar. To take it off every time they are not walking their dog.
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Posted on: 11:59:43 PM 8/10/2009

That is because you are evidently ignorant on dog training and scientific reasoning.

Which in itself ignorance is not bad at all, just when you are ignorant and arguing with those more knowledgeable than you and and trying to say you are m...

Posted on: 11:39:08 PM 8/10/2009

Being that you do not know me, I cannot expect you to believe me nor does it actually matter. Bacterial infections are quite rapid on a head halter due to the saliva and licking the dog does on a normal basis. These natural bacteria get caught up and...

Posted on: 11:30:10 PM 8/10/2009

and those same people would put a head collar on their dog 24/7 to develop the same bacterial infection. No difference. Of course saving the poor dog from their cervical vertebrae from putting placed out of wack due to the same idiot using the head c...

Posted on: 11:04:44 PM 8/10/2009

No, it isn't. What is idiotic is that most people choose to buy a choke collar that don't have a clue how to use it. I use to work at a pet store. That was the normal dog customer! Not a clue how to communicate with their dog and not a clue how to us...

Posted on: 10:52:45 PM 8/10/2009

Excellent! Ruffian thank you so much for pointing out your experience with the average dog owners I have been talking about! Like I said, a tool is only as evil as the person controlling it!

Posted on: 10:47:11 PM 8/10/2009

That is pretty sad. So, because I can defend how I think you divert to spelling....

Posted on: 10:39:03 PM 8/10/2009

You are not a dog trainer. A pinch collar used in the correct hands is very useful and effective for high drive dogs. I would never recommend a choke collar to a novice as that training tool has a very high rate of causing trachea damage over the pin...

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