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Old 07-23-2008, 09:16 PM
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That just might work - thank you! Now I just have to find some willing people to do this with and see what happens.
You may want to research it first, while I gave you an overview on CAT it was just a quick explaination of somehting that can become quite complicated if Dance reacts in a manner that you don't expect.

You may want to do a net search on Constructional Aggression Treatment so you can see what other Trainers/Behaviour specialists are finding while using this on their cases. Of course, I'll be here if you have any questions too.

One of the main things to be careful of is not to break threshold so that it slip into 'flooding' territory. You also have to be able to recognize the most subtle of signals that should prompt your triggers (people) to move away.

Anyway, I just didn't want to either discourage or to make it seem like CAT was less than it was in terms of variables or specific steps. It can yeild amazing results if done right.
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Old 07-23-2008, 09:46 PM
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Oh, I'll definitely look into it further, but it does sound like it just might work based on the little bit of info I've read so far. Hopefully it does anyway - something needs to!
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Old 07-23-2008, 09:51 PM
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Good Luck Toller. Dance is a beauty!
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Old 07-23-2008, 10:01 PM
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Thank you.

And if I'm not accomplishing anything within the next few months, perhaps I'll have to convince my mom to drive across the city to come see you. Sure would be nice if I could drive sometimes...
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If you do decide that you need help, I always do my sessions in the environment where the dog experiences the problems.. Either in their home, their park..
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