> Had to repost because I think I may of triggered
> some killfiles, please read and advise !
WON" in your first post. I had to search through Google to
find your original post and there it was. No wonder you got
your post was overlooked because of the company you keep!
Best not to mention him EVER or you'll be BANNED!
> in the nation - with a lifetime guarantee. Where
> after the initial visit they will come out for
> free if you need any further assistance.
beginner's obedience classes, didn't you, buzzsaw?
Imagine the nerve of "The UNMENTIONABLE WON" trying
to GIVE AWAY a FREE manual that he sez will train
ALL dogs nearly instantly and all those FORGED
testimonials and his sock puppets telling fantastic
stories about IMPOSSIBLE feats of his "free" dog
You can't learn it from a BOOK.
DEVOID of ANYTHING MEANINGFUL! Even their "courses"
and guarantees are contradictory.
when we poor uneducated shepherd's were born in
the fields like spring lambs and learned the trade
at the heel of our fathers.
> and he sounded good, it was all positive training -
in the field. They're too far away to offer treats
or bribes rewards and punishment. Like us shepherds,
the dogs learn at the heel of their parents with a
little distraction and praise, when necessary. That's
what this sling shot is for. When a dog becomes too
aggressive with our beloved sheep we just toss a stone
nearby and INSTANTLY praise the dog when the rock hits
the ground and wait till he resumes his aggression and
sling another stone to the opposite side and instantly
praise that brief disctraction and the dogs just focus
back on their job and that's all there is to it
so long as we continue praising. We've got
whistles that tell the dog they're doin good
if they're too far away to speak or sing to.
> a leader dog to my dog, I could fix all of my
> dog's "problems".
people, that's what put Hitler in power.
> attention instead of the other dogs,
> squirells, etc. This just seems so basic.
employ. I've got six collies and usually work two
or three during each shift (I could REALLY uses two
more but they're a lot of work just to feed!) and of
course a pair of Commodore's to fend off the wolves.
The Alpha Method works to our advantage, because
every spring the young wolves usually kill off
one or two of the older wolves to get their share
of the breeding rights. The constant competition
within their packs are bad for them, good for us!
you'd have to do is spend a day watching my
dogs work and you'd have all the information
you need to train your own dog to herd sheep.
> (***chain) that will correct the dog,
here in the pastures the dogs NEVER see a leash
or collar. They get all their directions through
praise and occasional distraction and praise and
of course, watchin the older dogs work, a benefit
the foolish wolfs disadvantage themselves of every
spring. Too bad for them, GOOD FOR US!
throwing them into an alpha roll to show ***.
That only works for the younger pups. When they
turn nine months or so, IT'S SPRING and they
*** their elders if they can or run off
and form their own packs. Of course, some
times the elders *** the young'uns too, so
TOO BAD for THEM, GOOD FOR US!!!
Either way, WE WIN. But I still need a couple
good Commodores to mingle with the sheep to
keep them safe.
chokes and condition him to the sound of
the chain sliding and the dog thinks momma
wolf is about to snap his neck again and
they back down and do as they're told or
else you grab them by the throat and
demonstrate the consequences for challenging
take off too. Maybe they'll meet up and we'll
both be rid of their malingering!
have aggressive dogs here in the field, that would
be contrawise to effective pack / herding work.
working dogs, it makes them feel good. Sometimes
this feller named David comes around carrying a
HUGE harp and plays music all day for us. Don't
know where he comes from or where he goes, but
it's alway nice listening to his music and songs.
The dogs just LOVE it. Hard to keep them working!
you can put him back in a box when necessary.
Out here in the fields we don't have that luxury,
we're lucky enough to have cell phones and laptops.
Sure ain't like it was in granpa's days!
At least for the first nine months or so...then, IT'S SPRING!
And there's usually one less elder wolf to worry about
leadin the pack into the Commodores instead of the sheep
and I'd lose the whole shootin match.
Lucky thing it takes them a few years to
figgure out how to work the dogs like that,
but they seldom live that long under the
laws of the wolf pack. Too bad for them, GOOD FOR US!
> that word in daily speech around a dog (no to
> a person, "notebook", etc.)
them oppositional and anxious and they'd
need to be locked in a box for a while.
how you enounciate your Baaahaaahaahahahaahaaa's,
you might unintentinally offend a sheep or two!
the same name and would probably get jealous
and attack the sheep.
dog's name with come or go and instantly
praise the command, not the action, and
the dog will do it as asked so long as
we continue with prolonged praise, like
that giant harp David plays for us now
you're punishing him? We don't have that
luxury here in the field. We COULD sling
a rock or two at the dogs but that might
not be a wise idea if we need him to work.
to naturally want to do any thing we ask by
just praising, demonstrating and naming the action and
praising and praising and praising or if the
dog makes a mistake, a brief, variably alternating non physical
distraction and lots more praise and the dogs
will do ANY THING, even attack the wolve if
he worked when he was a kid that had a pack of
wolves led by a very old wise one who never got
involved with the alpha *** disputes.
He'd let the cubs *** each other off and he'd make the ladies while
the kids was fighting each other for their turn then he'd let them have
at his stable after he was done with them, just like a big city pimp.
> problem dog from this area for his (the trainer's)
> training and that is how he learned and now makes
> his living with being the areas "bark buster".
he trains. Perhaps he'd do better to spend a day
watchin them wolves in the hills in the spring.
> dog will make me say "is that my dog?" from what
> he shows me,
It's about the easiest command to train, because
the dog ALWAYS WANTS to come to be with us. Maybe
that's because they know they won't be runnin
sheep while layin at his master's feet.
don't come instantly, I just repeat the request
and use a brief variably alternating non physical
distraction on the word come and the dog just does
it and never forgets after just a few tries.
> knows about their deal !
he could break aggression problems? All aggression
is fear, that's why them silly wolves fight it out
most every mealtime and to the death every spring.
I just found this on the net lookin for dogs
who run away and are aggressive. Sounds a lot
like them silly wolves in the spring:
Does anyWON care to offer a second opinion / DIE-AGNOSIS?
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