Susan, you're a genius!
Always wondered how many ways Eug goes... guess it depends on how many pubs there are and in what direction.
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Susan, you're a genius!
Always wondered how many ways Eug goes... guess it depends on how many pubs there are and in what direction.
Sounds like the perfect time to collar condition and force fetch.Quote:
So Jim, when adolescence and drive building creeps up on you and the great behaviors of those puppies begin to deteriorate in exciting situations, I assume you more to a more demanding demeanor?
Sorry Darrin, couldn't resist. :p
If you need a collar to make a dog come to you then you have issues with training;)
LMFAO!!!! Awesome Susan! Thanks for the translation! :pEugene is saying, he not only goes both ways, but many ways (not that there is anything wrong with that). And, he likes to drink and gamble. :D I am not sure what this has to do with training dogs, but whatever..... it's RTF.[/QUOTE]
sorry Bob I kinda know Howard, but haven't really posted with you much. I knew he was kidding.
Stepping on a leash is "allowed." I'd call it negative punishment. You're limiting options.
It's a bit different if you're stepping on the leash while the dog is bolting away from you and you clothesline him.
It's even more different if you've set the dog up to be tempted to bolt and you step on the leash to clothesline him.
In any case, there are probably more efficient ways of teaching the lesson than relying on the leash. Leashes are seat belts, not steering wheels or brakes.