> Hello fans,
> If you'll notice, most of our "regulars" are talking about things such
> as Mountain Dew, the fat content in McGriddles and vacations in
> Greenland. This is great. As long as they are so diverted, and so
> occupied, they won't be able to lie to you and confuse you and hoodwink
> and bamboozle you regarding dog training issues. With regards to dogs
> and dog training, our "regulars" are largely incompetent.
> Look to them when you have a question about mountain dew flavors or
> quilting or cartoon characters or kibology or mental illness drug side
> effects, or vacations in greenland or the climate in Indiana, or for how
> to starve your pets, but look to Jerry_ and myself when it comes to dogs
> and dog training advice and you will be in great shape.
> have a nice day, fans.
> here's a few kwame brown puppy videos:
Here's The Puppy Wizard's favorite:
Here's a MENTAL HARNESS:
Subject: Re: Questions for the Puppy Wizzard
> My wife and I have a 4 year old standard poodle,
The Puppy Wizard has a lot of regard for the versatility and
abilities of the Standard Poodle, nice dogs to own, live, and
> and just got a 10 week old ridgeback pup.
> The poodle is a little nu***,
Aren't we all???
> something which will hopefully be fixed while we start using
> the wits end training methods.
INDEED. To whatever extent you desire!
> The first night we shut the door to our room to go to sleep
> and both dogs whined and whined until finally i let them
> into the room.
Well THAT was predictable!
> after a little frolicking i got them to settle down 1 on either
> side of the bed, and they went to sleep.
> The problem with this is two-fold. first my wife does
> not want them to sleep in our room and second the
> puppy snores like a chainsaw.
O.K. Snoring can cause WON an all a restless nite's sleep,
and can negatively impact health. Perhaps the pup is overly
exhausted, perhaps he's been overindulging in psychotropic
substances like tara.green2 and others of HOWER little clique,
or perhaps he just needs to be rolled over on his side a tad?
> Anyway the second night we put their beds in another bedroom,
> and used the surrogate toy technique you write about using a
> Kong Toy of theirs.
Fine. Sleeping arrangements should be flexible as you prefer.
The Puppy Wizard prefers HIS dogs to have access throughHOWET
the HOWES for security puporses, but would keep a young pup
in the bedroom for EZ attention to necessity calls and training.
> At first we said good night to the dogs and finally good night to
> the Kong, then left them in the room for about 30 mins
You should have used the distraction and praise techniques
to break each onset of whining, and bear in mind, just as kids
may forget to relieve themselves till they're tucked in bed, the
pup may have had a real need to relieve himself.
> (they whined the whole time).
Did you follow the distract / praise techniques?
> Then we went in and greeted the toy followed by the dogs,
> let them roam for a few minutes, and repeated the process
> of saying goodnight to the dogs then to the Kong.
> They slept perfectly until about 6 the next morning,
> after which they both start whining.
SHOWENDS like that's his limit for containing hisself.
> I was extatic
> because i got a decent nights sleep!!!
Your Puppy Wizard reveres a dilligent student!
> Although we felt completely stupid saying goodnight to a *** toy,
BWWWHAHAHAHAHAHAAA!!! FEAR NOT!
The Puppy Wizard developed that technique with the
assistance of a genuine mental patient many years ago!!!
For some of us it's a rHOWEND trip!
> it worked.
EVERY THING The Puppy Wizzzard teaches WORKS
LIKE FREAKIN MAGICK, ONLY BETTER!
> I thank you from the bottom of my heart
The Puppy Wizard thanks HIS Daddy for teaching
HIM HOWE to RESPECT HIS GET.
> for this technique as we did exactly the same thing the
> next night with the same results (they slept till 6am before
SHOWENDS PERFECT. The Puppy Wizard demands PERFECTION.
> Anyway that is the thank you part of my post!
The Puppy Wizard remains eternally humbly grateful!
> Now, I would like to start using the other techniques to train the dogs.
We should always begin at the beginning and end at the end,
to achieve perfect circle of conditioning and understanding.
> From what i understand reading the manual,
Any time you have a question, The Puppy Wizard is at your
service 24/7/365. The Puppy Wizard's apprentice Nevyn, is
likeWIZE, in Australia and likeWIZE, remains at your service
> the first few training sessions we do the hot and cold technique,
Correct, begining FIRST by always momentarily praising every brief
eye contact or thought or move in your direction, both verbally and
with a hand signal to return the notion that we are "always there"
for to meet his needs and return his appreciation.
> followed by the Family Pack Leadership exercise (during which
> the recall is practiced),
INDEED. The come command is EZily installed as a conditioned reflex.
> then go to different places and practice the recall
AND ALL THE EXERCISES, the Hot & Cold and The Family Pack
Leadership Exercise as prerequisite to commencing installing the
come comand as a conditioned reflex.
> until we get 4 perfect recalls at each place (hopefully this is right,
PRECISELY! The Puppy Wizard duly regards your dedication!
> i dont know if the order you put the techniques in is the order
> to tech the dogs or not).
INDEED. Every thing in The Puppy Wizard's FREE WWW Wits'
End Dog Training Method Manual is rigidly flexible and engraved
> Anyway the question is how do we do all this training with 2 dogs ?
Begin training each individually, and when they're both familiar
with the techniques, you may work them together as a brace.
> Is it best to train them each seperately,
> or at the same time ?
> The puppy is getting her 2nd vaccination tomorrow, 2 weeks after
> which we can start taking her to the park to train.
Extensive training cannot be done on The Puppy Wizard's Puppies
Territory, as that will cause them to not enjoy their free area and may
make them RESENTFUL and HOSTILE!!!
> Also the other question is how long should the surrogate toy
> technique be used for ?
The Surrogate Toy Technique has INCREDIBLE BENEFIT, and
should be done upon every coming and going from the HOWES
or upon separation at nite if the sleeping arrangemets are separate.
> Should we just keep doing it every day
INDEED. It's tremendHOWESLY reassurin for puppy and ***.
> or should they start calming down without it after a while?
INDEED. But the Technique never loses its value.
> Thanks for the manual
Thank you for being a dedicated student and for RESPECTING
your puppy dogs as The Puppy Wizard's Daddy taught HIM to
RESPECT HIS FAMILY.
> and the time you take to read this it is appreciated.
The Puppy Wizard lives souly to thank HIS dedicated FREE
WWW Wits' End Dog Training Method Manual Students!
The Puppy Wizard has inscribed you and your family into
HIS Book Of Life! Bear in mind, HOWEver, HOWE COME
pencils have erasers! The Puppy Wizard is a CRUEL and
TERRIBLE Wizard, when HIS puppies are disrespected!
Ask katra! The Puppy Wizard DESPIZES and CURSES a
LAZY SELFISH NO accHOWENT SHIFTLESS FREE WWW
Wits' End Dog Training Method Manual Student.
ALL BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS IN ALL ANIMALS AND
CHILDREN ARE CAUSED BY MISHANDLING!!!
Your Puppy Wizard. <} : ~ } >
> N'K your honor
> but I'm just giving a little tug and saying 'be nice'
Yeah. THAT'S HOWE COME dogs ATTACK KATS
and EAT POISON, when YOU'RE NOT THERE to
"just give them a little tug."
> both seem to be having fun,
Don't pull The Puppy Wizard's goddamned chain.
When it comes to ABUSE, there are NO GREY AREAS.
It's BLACKMAN and WHITE.
> the Westie is just a little too e***d.
And JERKING IT will OVERSTIMULATE or MAKE IT
HATE THE KAT OR TEACH THE KAT TO FEAR THE
DOG CAUSE YOU FEAR THE DOG OR YOU WOULDN'T
JERK IT... WOULD YOU. That's a YES ONLY ANSWER.
> I'll trust my instincts and ignore the stink.
Well, WELCOME TO rpdb..., where HURTING DOGS
and LYING abHOWET IT is a CONVENTION.
> I agree with your ideology but this is not the case.
You callin The Puppy Wizard a LIAR, DOG ABUSER?
BETTER RE THINK YOUR VALUE JUDGEMENTS.
Study your FREE copy of The Puppy Wizard's FREE
WWW Wits' End Dog Training Method Manual and
ASK The Puppy Wizard if you need any additional
> I don't now whether Peach is dead or alive. I do know she's not here
> with us. I really can't blame anyone here for her loss. I'm the one
> who ignored your advice.
> I did it because of how you write/wrote.
> I was unwilling to accept the idea that my using a shock collar could have
> any bearing on Peach not wanting to stay home. Up until I started using
> it my main concern had been keeping my dogs in their own yard. Once I
> started using the e-fence...well, then my concern became how to keep
> them from running off for days on end.
> I lost valuable training time becoming embroiled in the anti-shock
> debate and the "Jerry sux" tirades.
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