2nd December 00:44
CanineHealthOnline.org - Sound Distraction
cap'n arthur haggerty Teaches Sound Distraction:
"A CHIN CHUCK" Makes A Resounding Sound Distraction
cap'n arthur haggerty Teaches Sound Distraction = "Puppy
Problems Prevented" CanineHealthOnline.org. JERRYIZED
This is the typical bullshit you're gonna find from your
expert veterinary behaviorists and expert dog trainers:
I have a 4 month old Great Dane female puppy who has the habit
of biting and catching the lead in her mouth to shake it in a
playful manner when we walk. I am planning to show her in
conformation and need to break this habit. I rubbed Bitter
Apple on the lead but to no avail. I am using Tabasco pepper
sauce now but it is only partially effective. I try telling
her "leave it" and pulling it downward. Any help you can give
me would be appreciated. "
The world faMOUSE cap'n arthur haggerty replies:
"This is not a difficult problem to solve but"
But our expert can't teach us HOWE to do that without HURTIN
" it is very difficult to explain because"
Because he has NO method, only fear force confrontation
intimidation pain and aversives.
" of the many variations and nuances involved in doing so. "
IOW the lying dog abusing Thug needs to couch his words
carefully cause he can only tell us to HURT our dogs, PEOPLE!
" Your use of Bitter Apple and Tabasco sauce is not a bad
That'll endear the dog to working with the handler on lead,
and establish trust love and confidence.
" and I would continue to use it."
First use aversives, and if that don't work, HURT THE DOG to
be fair... cause THAT'S ALL our dog lovers know HOWE to do.
Should take a few minutes to train this dog not to do that...
without hurtin him.
" One correction that can be used is chucking the dog under
the chin when she is biting on the leash. "
Kindly enough advice. When done correctly according to
koehler, our good captain's teacher, the dog will not realize
you are the only one with hands standin there.
" Let me briefly explain the chucking technique."
EXCELLENT! Our dog lovers here don't like to give detailed
advice, so's they don't unintentionally mislead nobody noHOWE.
" Cup your hand so that your thumb and forefinger create a
Kinda like our professor lying doc scruff shake dermer does
when he relaxes on his couch?
" Your hand comes from the bottom up to the lower portion of
the mandible so the Dane doesn't see it at all. "
Right. Although big enough to take your hand off at the
shoulder, they're big stupid dogs and won't realize it's YOU
who just slapped him in the mouth, and will not even know
you're his tormentor.
" When you chuck the dog the sound will travel up the mandible
to the ears and give a popping sound to the dog. "
AHHH YES! Sound Distraction as taught by the good capn!
" Use a verbal correction at the same time. "
You mean like offering to make a deal?
" Do it as many times as it takes to get the dog to stop. "
I've seen Danes not stop, not for over a year till the dog
was too dangerous to do anything with...except by me.
" You will not be able to deliver that correction every time
So that means the variable reinforcement will negate the
method, antagonize the dog, and exacerbate the anxiety which
is causing the dog to mouth and chew on the lead to defend
himself from being jerked and choked on his pronged spiked
pinch choke collar that is necessary for these monster sized
dogs which I grew up with training serious behavior problems
without hurting them, cause the loser DIES... when you fight
with a dog that's too big to intimidate and hurt enough to
make IT respect your Godlike AUTHORITY.
" supplement it with a collar correction. "
A jerk and choke will teach the dog you are in control... and
the guy in control is the bum who's slappin him around and
jerking and choking him for objecting to being jerked and
choked in the first place, PEOPLE.
" An obedience foundation will certainly help. "
" Now this is the fastest and longest lasting approach in
solving the problem. "
That so, capn? You're a liar and a dog abuser and got to get
exposed to the akc and run outta business, good buddy. We'll
be seeing a lot of each other in the very near future. This
town ain't big enough for the both of us, cap'n... I'm
worldwide. Get outta Doge. Jerry Howe.