Truly great training advice

Saje

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I hope nobody minds me doing this but I am always looking for certain posts that were just superb and I can refer people too. But they are so hard to find and sometimes I just can't find them at all. So, I thought I'd make a sticky where we can all add links to posts/threads we think are great.

Here's one of my favourite from CreatureTeacher (Emma)

http://www.chazhound.com/forums/showpost.php?p=54921&postcount=35

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I don't crate train myself but there are plenty of people who do and I think this post from Mordy is very clear and easy to understand. It could also be used for a puppy proofed room or puppy pen.

http://www.chazhound.com/forums/showpost.php?p=49374&postcount=6

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Some books Emma (CT) recommends

The Other End of the Leash by Patricia McConnell
If a Dog's Prayers Were Answered, Bones Would Rain From the Sky by Suzanne Clothier
The Power of Positive Dog Training by Pat Miller and Jean Donaldson
Culture Clash by Jean Donaldson

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Here's another one from Emma on dominance, the 'pack' and more

http://www.chazhound.com/forums/showpost.php?p=38055&postcount=4

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ok well that's all for now but I know there are plenty more I'll think of later. Everyone else feel free to add something you want to remember. remember- training related. :D
 
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That is a good post. :)

And we DO need to get Emma's messages across since she's not posting here much anymore :(
 

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#11
There are so many ways of training.... a lot positive. The bad or negtative ones came from "old school" training....wether it was Benji, Lassie, over all obedience... Take a look a history.... people treated blacks like animals....so animal "trainers" had no clue.

BUT WE DO KNOW....I still have some reservations on sone animal breeders and animal trainers....they don't last long...WE NEED TO BRING THEM OUT
 

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is doggy daycare, the kind where dogs get to play w/ other dogs, in a large pen, and some other workers there, really truly beneficial in helping a shy, nervous dog?
 

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^^^^^ we get the picture ..............Chaz should charge you for the advertising ...............
 

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Wow! Thanks for the resources!! Alot of that stuff I was already doing, but alot of it will help me to fine tune it. Of course, the hardest person to train is MY SPOUSE so hopefully these article will help.......:lol-sign:
 

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Nice forum and nice links.... I had a lot of problems with one of my dogs and I had no idea how to deal with it. My dog would bark constantly, break everything that she would get her mouth around, steal food from the table, run after cars. She even tried to bite the neighbor's kid. I was so frustrated with all her annoying behaviors that were driving me crazy. I got sick and tired of not being able to control her. I couldn't stand the idea that I was going to spend years to come with this mad dog.
 

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:( I'm sad I can't get any of the links of creature teachers to work.
Also making me feel old :p LOL
 
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