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Old 02-26-2010, 05:30 PM
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filarotten, if you need to hire a pro to help with that, I'm available.
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filarotten, if you need to hire a pro to help with that, I'm available.
Dang it.......first I lose out on Try and now I'm too late to put my bid in on the.perfect.job!

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I submit my bid for the job: Unlimited booze of any type and arranging party favors in the way of some young buff guy to dance for us..........
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I submit my bid for the job: Unlimited booze of any type and arranging party favors in the way of some young buff guy to dance for us..........
I like the way you think. Does it cost extra for drooling in a margarita?
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Today i made sure he was kept in the same room with this trainer but made sure that i stayed dominant to him as he will listen to what i say unless he is too hyped about something.
What does it mean to "stay dominant to" your dog? THIS is why I don't like the terms "dominant" and "submissive," they don't MEAN anything. Did you keep your dog on his back the whole time? Did you correct him every time he stood up? I don't understand!

And anyway, if you really believe in this "dominance" stuff.... shouldn't you be dominant to your dog all the time? Why just do it when this trainer's around? Do you think whatever you did to be "dominant" might be what actually gave you results here - whatever the results were - and not whatever the trainer was teaching you to do?
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I like the way you think. Does it cost extra for drooling in a margarita?
No extra expenses and we all know the more relaxed and happy an owner/handler is the better the dog will work for us Of course if the owner/handler gets TOO relaxed happy no training is done anyways or if they do they don't care what the dog does
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and when do we hit the whiskey?
That's for when you're working with Irish Setters, Irish Wolfhounds, Irish Terriers, or any southern hunting breed, excepting the Curs and APBTs -- for those you use 'shine.
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I submit my bid for the job: Unlimited booze of any type and arranging party favors in the way of some young buff guy to dance for us..........
ok, I think we need video of THIS training method!

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That's for when you're working with Irish Setters, Irish Wolfhounds, Irish Terriers, or any southern hunting breed, excepting the Curs and APBTs -- for those you use 'shine.
ah, yes, this does make sense!! And for the GSD? The Welsh corgi? The Fila?
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ok, I think we need video of THIS training method!
As long as it's not THIS young boy! --->YouTube - Dance of the Pool Boy
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Hello everyone!

I am glad you have enjoyed jumping to conclusions about everything!
As i say, this was the first session....i know as much as you do about what is to come next!!!!
I'm not trying to fight anyone and say this method is the one to use....i'm merely trying out something i have not done before....and logging my results on here and other forums! A little help goes a long way.
So you want to see the link? Well no....why should i advertise someone who might be giving false results? I have told him about this and explained that if he can prove that what he does with my dog works, then i will happily let other people know.
Quinn is aggressive when others are in his space. He growls to warn you when you are too close or being too intrusive. Maybe it is me influencing his behaviour? Maybe the guy will find that out for me and let me know? Constructive criticism is great and i appreciate it....what i dislike is how you take something you don't know anything about....and knock it down when for all we know, this could work and help many people.
I will continue to let you know what is happening. As you all say, it takes time for a behaviour to be modified...i don't expect to see anything major immediately....but i will happily give the time to others to let them prove to me that they know what they are doing.
Just give this guy a chance.

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