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q. How to stop dogs from jumping

Post by The Puppy Wizar » Mon, 03 Jan 2005 09:36:51



HOWEDY kwbrown,

You ***ED your own DEAD DOG ***a
on accHOWNT of IT TURNED ON YOU for ABUSING
HER. REMEMBER kwbrown?


Quote:


> > Hi -

> > Can any one give me a suggestion on how to stop our 18 month
old
> > Collie from jumping on people.  I have been using the "Ground"
command
> > and he does not jump on me, but does jump on other people.
The
> > "Ground" command is not as effective when I am trying to get
him not
> > to jump on other people.  His intention when he jumps is just
to say
> > hello, but he is too big to say hello in that way.

> Happy New Year.

> You need to teach him to do something else, such as hold a
sit-stay, when
> other people come around.  It's going to take time and work on
both your
> parts.

> You may have stopped the jumping by walking into (not kneeing)
him and
> giving him his "ground" command.  You may be able to get some
cooperative
> friends to do the same - but until you can control him around
strangers,
> keep him on a short lead and enforce a sit.  You'd hate it if he
knocked
> over a little old lady.

> Get you both to a good obedience class, ASAP. They'll give you
the in-
> person tools you need to teach your dog that sitting at heel and
paying
> attention to you is much more interesting and rewarding than
bouncing on
> the stranger.
> --
> Kate
> and Storm the FCR

 
 
 

q. How to stop dogs from jumping

Post by The Puppy Wizar » Mon, 03 Jan 2005 10:04:36


HOWEDY jazz,


Quote:

> What I did, and this 'cured' my very large rescue;

You hurt and intmiidated your dog
and made IT fear aggressive, jazz:


Quote:
> Hi,
>     Lately, my 75 pound rescued hound (Flat-coat
> retriever mix) becomes the occasional aggressor
> on our walks.

                       -----------

Quote:
> whenever he jumped up on someone,

Jumping is a BONDING behavior, jazz.

Quote:
> they would grab his front paws and not let go.

That'll make dogs mistrustful and maybe make them bite.

Quote:
> After about 3 seconds, my dog didn't like this

RIGHT. THAT'S HOWE COME we don't DO that.
FurtherMOORE if the dog LIKES that you'll have
REINFORCED the behavior.

Quote:
>  and would squirm to get down.

Your dog was TRYIN to be PALS.

Quote:
>  After another second, we would let go

A WIZE IDEA.

Quote:
> (whoever had him) and it only took 4 times

Yeah. Dogs learn in four repetitions. It's WON
of them principles of behavior you and your punk
thug coward mentally ill lying dog abusing pals
don't know abHOWET:

"I don't think Jerry intentionally lies.  I think he twists
things around in his own mind until he actually believes
what he's saying."

        Jerry is the only poster here who gives dangerous
        advice. Google for spike and squirt.  And let's not
        forget the times he's told posters whose dogs have
        medical problems that his halfwits-end program could
        cure them.

        PetsMart Pet Trainer
        My Kids, My Students, My Life

Leah        Effexor for chronic depression, in denial
                about being mentally ill. Has taken
                several other mentally ill medications
                before settling on effexor for her chronic
                mental problems. Recenly changed to
                another ANTI PSYCHOTIC prescription.

"It was kind of funny, in an absurd way.  The rabbit
was completely still, eyes open and glazed, dried
*** in his ears and mouth, with his back legs
stiffening quickly.

It was her pet rabbit, not a wild bunny, so
that made it much harder for her.

And he was killed by bichons.

Her dogs had torn it apart.  My one student who had
shown up (another weird thing about the night) and I
had to continuously check for heart and bowel sounds
for her, until she could accept that the rabbit was dead.

(The rigor mortis in his back legs she attributed to "pain").

Full moon.

Canine Action Dog Trainer
http://www.moonsgarden.com/

Quote:
>  Then she mentioned the names of her dogs,
>  and I immediately remembered them.

YOUR STUDENT, leah. Like that RECENT GRADUATE
STUDENT Rottie who'd been in your SOCIALIZATION
classes since IT was ten weeks old who RECENTLY
***ED a little innocent DEAD DOG at the park.

Quote:
> I will always remember the dogs.

Yeah. You and ed w of PET LOSS dot COIN.

You hurt intimidate and *** critters, leah.

           -------------------

Quote:
> and this dog never jumped up on anyone again.

Yeah. THAT'S HOWE COME leah's recent
graduate student recently ***ed a little
innocent DEAD DOG in the park, thanks to
her PAW PATROL and SOCIALIZATION.

You could EXXXTINGUISH the behavior faster
withHOWET touchin or INTMIDAING him. But
you don't know HOWE to to that on accHOWENT
of you PREFER to HURT and INTIMIDATE your dogs.

Quote:
> It was pretty much an instant remedy.

Yeah. And your dog is fear aggressive.

Quote:
>  I wish all our problems were solved so easy.

RIGHT.

They are.

Do the only honorable thing left to do...

Quote:
> Hope this works for you.

LikeWIZE.

HERE'S HOWE The Amazing Puppy Wizard's
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        > > HOWEDY People,

        > Well, thanks for taking the time to reply as you
        > kindly did. Yeah, ok, I think I got to hand it to you
        > lol So it's back to the manual for a while and I'll
        > let you know how we get on! I'm still eating my
        > humble pie so excuse crumbs ~;0)

        > I really didn't think the rewarding bad behaviour
        > had a chance in hell but you have proved me wrong......

        > He was blanking me like crazy the
        > other day, I lost my rag (Got the flu so on a short
        > leash myself lol) Gave it a 'Good boy, yeah you
        > really are!' and he did what I'd been asking him to
        > do for 5 mins straight away lol Doh!! Tickles me now
        > when he's up to no good and I say Good Boy, he turns
        > straight back to my sweety and he doesn't even know
        > it! It's applied physchology all the way with Dobies
        > in particular and I know it's often better to turn a
        > blind eye rather than confront at that particular
        > time, I've always distracted rather than corrected
        > at this young age but I'm going your way!!

        > Thanks all
        > ziggy
        > This humble pie tastes nice actually ~;0)
        > ziggy

        INTRO TO WITS' END DOG TRAINING MANUAL
             George von Hilsheimer, Ph.D. F.R.S.H.

Several years ago one of my old students telephoned
to me and asked me what I knew about Doggie Do
Right, a device to cause your neighbor's dog to stop
barking.

I had not heard of the device, nor its inventor, Jerry
Howe, but I telephoned, read his website, and told
my graduate that I thought the device was worth a
trial - indeed I shut up the dogs in my neighborhood
by turning on Jerry's supersonic device.

After all we all know that dogs respond to whistles
humans cannot hear, so why not respond to "attaboy"
sounds which humans cannot hear.

My student lived far from my Florida homestead, so
he tried it on the three incredibly savage, hyperactive
and noisy dogs who lived behind a tall fence just 3 feet
back of his bedroom.

Hot rats! The device worked,

Andy got his sleep and I didn't think much of the
matter again.

A few months ago I had new neighbors on each
side of my house, four of them, all with noisy
unshuttupable dogs. Argh!

So I foned Andrew in ***a, received the intelligence
that his neighbors dogs were still quiet, and then I foned
Jerry Howe, the inventor of Doggie Do Right, who came
to visit me.

Merlin walked into my office.

Jerry is a slender fellow with a belly button lenghth grey
beard tapering down his chest. I liked him immediately,
and I applied his instrument to the neighborhood again
which again became silent.

It occured to me that if this ultrasonic field worked with
dogs that we ought at least to ask the question, what
happens to humans in range of the device???

I asked Jerry to give me a list of customers and began
inquiring among them. One thing became immediately
evident. The Doggie Do Right not only shuts up your
neighbors' dogs, it calms and modifies your husband's behavior.

Holey Moley, Captain Marvel, this device has major potential.

In the meantime Jerry gave me a copy of his Wits End
Dog Training Manual. I was delighted. He also introduced
me to the world of professional dog trainers some of whom
even have Ph.D.s in psychology.

This was not such a delight as it appeared that none
of these luminaries had actually read Skinner, Lazarus
or other fountains of wisdom in psychology. Indeed, it
seemed as though they knew very little about the laws
of behavior at all!

Punishment and confrontation seemed to be their
major stock in trade.

Well, if you go to my website, www.drbiofeedback.com
you can read of the career of Sam Corson, I.P. Pavlov's
last student.

Sam demonstrated that rehabilitation of hyperactive
dogs can easily and readily be done using TLC, tender
loving care is at the root of the scientific management
of doggies.

Pavlov told us so 100 years ago.

So what are these degreed morons doing punishing
dogs, and shouting "NO" into their doggie faces? If
you pick up B.F.Skinner's last book, CUMULATIVE
RECORD, included in it is an essay by Keller Breland
and Maryann Breland entitled THE MISBEHAVIOR OF ORGANISMS.

Skinner deliberately included his students' chapter
to emphasize that you cannot manage the behavior
of animals unless you take into consideration 1. the
animal's evolutionary niche (who is the animal?);
2. the animal's personal history (who is the animal?)
and 3, the instinctive repetoire of the animal (who is
the animal?) and 4. the personality of the animal (who
is the animal?).

The Brelands moved far from the white rat. "Thirty-eight
species, totaling over 6,000 individual animals, have been
conditioned, and we have dared to tackle such unlikely
subjects as reindeer,***atoos, raccoons, porpoises,
and whales. "

Jerry Howe spends most of his times with dogs, but
he has learned Pavlov's lesson well. Dogs are individuals,
they are individual DOGS, and they respond most directly
and immediately to love and tender loving care.

Read with pleasure, and then go love your dog.

George von Hilsheimer, Ph.D., F.R.S.H.
Who's Who Honoree since 1983

Quote:
----- Original Message -----
From: "George von Hilsheimer, Ph.D."



Sent: Friday, November 19, 2004 9:31 AM
Subject: How does diagnosis shape treatment?

How does diagnosis shape treatment?

Nearly every week I have a visit from Jerry Howe, who
publicizes himself as The Puppy Wizard.  Jerry is a
master at behavi***modification of dogs.

His fundamental bedrock is the work Pavlov's last student,
the late Sam Corson, Ph.D., did at the U of Ohio (at Oxford,O).

Sam always pointed out if the dog stopped working for
you in the lab, Pavlov and he always took the dog away
from the lab, and put him in a

...

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q. How to stop dogs from jumping

Post by The Puppy Wizar » Wed, 12 Jan 2005 13:09:49


HOWEDY david,



        > Hi -
        >
        > Can any one give me a suggestion on how to stop our
        > 18 month old Collie from jumping on people.
        >





        <...
        > > He jumps up, and just will not obey no, no matter
        > > how sternly you say it.

        > Teach him that humans don't want to be greeted face
        > to face (the way dogs do)

        > 1. Teach him the meaning of the word "Off" - all 4
        > feet on the ground. Use a raised platform like a
        > stair, footstool, or box and lure him to put 2 front
        > paws on it by holding a treat over it. When he does,
        > praise him "Good Up!" and give him the treat. Then
        > move your hand towards the floor and tell him "Off".
        > Give him the treat and "Good Off!" when he puts
        > all 4 feet on the ground. It usually takes about 3
        > repetitions for a pup to learn that Off is that
        > position.

        > 2. As he comes to greet you, praise him with "Good
        > Off" before he gets to you and has a chance to jump.
        > He'll soon learn that he gets praised for greeting
        > humans from the ground.

        > 3. If he jumps up, turn your back and walk away.
        > Remove what he wants, contact with your face. Next
        > time, remember to do number 2, above. 4. Everyone in
        > the household must be consistent. Lynn K.

        Hello lying "I LOVE KOEHLER" lynn,

        Here's two posts. The first will prove you wrong, the
        second will prove you a liar and dog abuser. Life
        don't get no easier than this...



        >


        > <t>...
        > > > He jumps up, and just will not obey no, no
        > > > matter how sternly you say it.

        > Should take about five minutes to break jumping
        > using the distraction and praise techniques taught
        > in your FREE copy of my FREE Wits' End Dog
        > Training Method manual available for FREE at
        > http://www.moonsgarden.com/
        >
        > > Teach him that humans don't want to be greeted
        > > face to face (the way dogs do)

        > The dog is coming over to BOND.
        >
        > > 1. Teach him the meaning of the word "Off" - all 4
        > > feet on the ground.
        >
        > All four feet on the ground is STAND.
        >
        > > Use a raised platform like a stair, footstool, or
        > > box and lure him to put 2 front paws on it by
        > > holding a treat over it.
        >
        > You could do that without the box or treat by just
        > standing there, he'd put his feet right up on you,
        > O.K.? That's easier, in fact, it's already done!
        >
        > > When he does, praise him "Good Up!" and give him
        > > the treat.
        >
        > Canis55 does that without the box or treat. It's a
        > FUN command to teach the puppy to come greet you
        > exuberantly as they like to when BONDING. Canis55
        > appreciates that, I don't, so I don't encourage
        > the dog to jump. But if that's O.K. for you when you
        > like it, fine by me. As long as I don't have to get
        > jumped on, invite or not.
        >
        > > Then move your hand towards the floor and tell him
        > > "Off".
        >
        > O.K. But don't forget to say GOOD BOY as soon as you
        > say off, or the dog won't be MOTIVATED to jump off
        > you to keep getting the PRAISE for five to fif***
        > seconds for THINKING of the command or request as I
        > prefer, as instructed in your FREE copy of my FREE
        > Wits' End Dog Training Method manual available for
        > FREE at http://www.moonsgarden.com/ , you know, the
        > one plagiarized from all the best trainers you know.
        >
        > You don't give praise WITH the command when the dog
        > first THINKS of what you've asked. You don't motivate
the
        > dog. INSTEAD, what you and your pals like to do is give
        > the dog a command and then stand there waiting for the
        > dog to finish the command before praising or rewarding
        > him.
        >
        > > Give him the treat and "Good Off!"
        >
        > The treat will totally distract the dog from any
        > command you are working on.
        >
        > > when he puts all 4 feet on the ground.
        >
        > You tell us we cannot CORRECT a behavior AFTER the
        > fact, HOWE can you PRAISE a behavior after the fact?
        > You can, but just like the treat, you're pissin
        > up a rope, lying "I LOVE KOEHLER" lynn. Dogs don't
        > think backwards, they anticipate, thinking forward
        > to the next idea. That's HOWE COME you got to
        > resort to your beloved pronged spiked pinch ***or
        > shock collar and stick.

        > > It usually takes about 3 repetitions for a pup to
        > > learn that Off is that position.

        > Yeah, if you don't confuse him with the treat stuff.
        > So if you can get him to do that any time you tell
        > him, you'd have successfully cued the jumping
        > behavior. Excellent.
        >
        > Teach up, and teach off. But that doesn't control
        > the dog from jumping up whenever he desires.
        >
        > > 2. As he comes to greet you, praise him with "Good
        > > Off" before he gets to you and has a chance to
        > > jump. He'll soon learn that he gets praised
        > > for greeting humans from the ground.
        >
        > That should work just fine. Except for one thing.
        > Teaching a substitute behavior doesn't extinguish
        > the dog's desire for the behavior. Treats are best
        > left to something you give cause you want to give a
        > snack. Treating the dog in association with commands
        > often trains them to do the command to get the
        > treat, like our clicker trainers get the dog to offer
        > random behaviors. Giving a treat while the dog is
        > thinking of the command distracts him from the
        > CONCEPT, which is HOWE COME the "clicker" folks
        > get a barrage of meaningless, "offered" or "thrown"
        > behaviors to elicit a treat.
        >
        > That's HOWE they interact. Rather than the dog
        > learning to PARTICIPATE in the events in his
        > environment as a thinking feeling pack member,
        > the dog disassociates himself from the "environment"
        > and only focuses on the treat.
        >
        > The "trainer" is usurped by a piece of Cheddar. As
        > they develop a "training repertoire" with the clicker
        > training, the dog and trainer are playing "20 questions"
        > to develop a language they can communicate with.
        > The dog is only looking to elicit a treat, his actions
are
        > unthought, irrelevant to our lives or situation at hand.
        >
        > > 3. If he jumps up, turn your back
        >
        > To teach him you're always there for him...
        >
        > > and walk away.
        >
        > And forget about him following you... jumpin up.
        >
        > > Remove what he wants,
        >
        > To teach him you are the source of everything
        > wonderful, all of the time, as taught in your FREE
        > copy of my FREE Wits' End Dog Training Method
        > manual available for FREE at
        > http://www.moonsgarden.com/ .
        >
        > > contact with your face.
        >
        > Deny him the smile and praise and wink he's supposed
        > to receive for every brief eye contact as taught in
        > your FREE copy of my FREE Wits' End Dog Training
        > Method manual available for FREE at
        > http://www.moonsgarden.com/
        >
        > > Next time, remember to do number 2, above.
        >
        > "2. As he comes to greet you, praise him with "Good
        > Off" before he gets to you and has a chance to
        > jump." That's where you tell him GOOD OFF! before
        > he's jumped up. You are praising him BEFORE he
        > jumps. That's what's supposed to happen every time
        > your dog looks at you. That's HOWE COME Jerry's
        > student's dogs don't jump up, because they have
        > their NEEDS for contact met before they even think
        > of saying hello.
        >
        > > 4. Everyone in the household must be consistent.
        >
        > Yes. But what's going to teach the dog not to jump
        > as they will do on occasion, without rejecting the
        > dog? Telling him off before he jumps is meaningless
        > and it MIGHT teach him to OFFER the behavior just
        > to elicit a treat... Treats are likely to teach him
        > to demand treats for jumping.
        >
        > Seems to me you're missing the boat on all aspects
        > of dog behavior.
        > > Lynn K.
        >
        > That's HOWE COME you NEED your pronged spiked pinch
        > ***and shock collar and heeling stick...

          Our pal lying "I LOVE KOEHLER" lynn stutters:

        "When have I ever said anything about using a prong
        collar, or any collar correction at all, to make dogs
        friendly to house cats? Don't bother. The answer is
        never," lying "I LOVE KOEHLER" lynn.

        When Jerry tells you we're dealing with pre***ly
        vicious, lying, dog abusing Thugs who'll do and say
        anything to defend
...

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q. How to stop dogs from jumping

Post by The Amazing Puppy Wizar » Sat, 12 Feb 2005 14:50:45


HOWEDY leah,

Quote:

> >I have always used the step on the toes method.

Yeah. That's HOWE COME The Amazing Puppy
Wizard SEZ DECENT PEOPLE DO NOT POST
HERE abHOWETS <{) ; ~  )  >

Quote:
> >usually works.

No. It APPEARS to work. Jumping is a BONDING
behavior. REJECTING the dog's BONDING efforts
will make the dog FEAR and HATE you.

Behaviors which are repressed ignored or avoided
only get worse or change to other seemingly non
related behaviors as anxiety relief mechanisms.

Quote:
> There are ways to do it without hurting the dog.

That so, leah? Can you define HURT?

You might wanna try the same technique
you recommended for breakin up a dog fight...


Date: 04 Feb 2005 03:14:18 GMT
Subject: Re: Dog fight, dog bite, aaaiiiieeeeee

Quote:

>I did yell NO!!! or STOP!!! or something like that.
>It seemed to have no effect. I wonder if a loud,
>long blast would work.

Stick your thumbs up their butts.

No, I'm serious.  I've never done it, but I
hear it works a treat.  Gross as it sounds,
I'm going to try it if I ever need to.
--
Family Dog Trainer
"It's A Dog's Life"

Family dog's life, eh leah? When the dog tries
to jump up on someWON just shove your thumbs
up ITS butt. But first, make SHORE you take a
good look an asses the situation:


Newsgroups: rec.pets.dogs.behavior
Subject: I Saw A Baby Corgi Butt!!!

Okay, so the owner thought I was nuts. :}

A 9-week old corgi came into the store today.  I said,
"I've heard that there's nothing cuter on earth than a
baby corgi butt, so I have to see," and kneeled down to
look at the backside of the pup.

Ohmygoodness!!!  That *is* terminally cute!!!

PetsMart Pet Trainer
See My *** Family At:

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LIKE THAT... BWEEEEEEAAHAHAHHAA!!!

Quote:
> It's more important (and easier) to train a dog
> what to DO than what NOT to do.

That so, leah? Your own dog bit you five times
and GOES NUTS when the garbage truck comes
and is fear aggressive of dogs while on lead for
which you RECENTLY took her to a BEHAVIORIST
and sez IT DIDN'T WORK.

Quote:
>   When a dog is jumping on you,
> it's because he wants your attention.

RIGHT. The dog is just sayin 'HOWEDY!'

Quote:
> So make sure the jumping doesn't get any -

You mean DON'T SAY HOWEDY? NHOWE
The Amazing Puppy Wizard AIN'T suggestin
you go shovin your thumbs up ITS behind to
break the bonding behavior in a family dog's
life style...

You usually recommend squeeling "HOWEIE"
and turnin away cryin and lockin IT in the
crapper tied to the wall. REMEMBER leah?

Quote:
> invisible dog.

Oh. THAT will make the dog TRY HARDER
to say HOWEDY, leah.

Quote:
> Don't even look at him.

THAT will FRUSTRATE the dog and he'll
probably start barkin or bitin your ankle.

Quote:
>   Instead, when he comes to greet you,
>   ask him for a SIT.

Giving incompatible alternate behaviors
WILL NOT TRAIN the dog NOT to DO
those behaviors. That'l REINFORCE the
BAD BEHAVIORS to elicit your incompatible
alternate behavior and the COOKIE you
give as a reward.

Perhaps you should do the Monkey Macarena?

What the heck, you gotta learn to do the
MONKEY MACARENA. The Amazing
Puppy Wizard will share your Monkey
Macarena with the group and give you
all the credit for it

It's EZ!  It AIN'T hard to do:

Here's HOWE

"spin around and start skipping in the
other direction, making chimpanzee
sounds.

Scream "My dog has aggression issues."

They'll avoid you. > :}

"Your goal is going to be to teach your dog
that every time he sees another dog, something
good is going to happen.

 So as soon as he notices another dog,

Scream "My dog has aggression issues."

They'll avoid you. > :}

you begin to praise like mad and stuff his
face with hot dogs. When the dog is out
of sight, the praise and treats stop."

SEE?

O.K., NHOWE YOU TRY?

You won't have to scream at the shadows...

Quote:
>  If he sits, he gets petted.

Your REWARDS distract the dog from
THINKIN of the "incompatible alternate
behavior" in context, leah. For a dog to
learn a new TRICK you've got to let him
dwell on the thought of the behavior for
five to fif*** seconds with no physical
contact. It's part of the information Larry
and LeeCharlesKelley was tryin to teach
you when you got scared and called them
liars. REMEMBER leah?

Quote:
>  If he jumps, he gets ignored.

You want to IGNORE your dog for offerin
his BONDING behavior, leah? THAT'S HOWE
COME you RECENTLY got DIVORCED... well,
***IN your own DEAD DOG Buck had
sumpthin to do with warnin your EX dh where
he'd be when he gets old an sick and needs
to DEPEND ON YOU to HEELP him***every
couple HOWERS just like HOWE COME YOU
***ED your own DEAD DOG Buck.

REMEMBER or are your anti psychotic
medications EXXXTINGUISHING your
memory again?

Quote:
> I had a private student who would jump,
> nip, and bark for attention.

On accHOWENT of you wouldn't say HOWEDY.

Quote:
> She got it - they yelled at her, pushed
> her away, even slapped at her.

Oh. Kinda like HOWE you do to your own dogs.

Kinda like this, leah?:
 "When "leave it" didn't work, I calmly took
 her by the collar, said "Time out," led her
 into the bathroom, and closed the door.
 For about 20 seconds."

Quote:
> Within 10 minutes of teaching her to sit for
> attention, she was running around the back
> yard offering every family member (and me)
> sits joyfully.

Right... FOR A COOKIE.

"As soon as she'd curl a lip, I'd calmly lead her into
 the bathroom and give her a 10 second time-out."

Quote:
> Without any of the extraneous obnoxious behavior.

The dog is pullin your chain, leah.

Quote:
> But don't expect results this quickly.

Right. It might take a couple minutes to
EXXXTINGUISH ANY CONSISTENT
REPEATABLE or PREDICTABLE behavior
if we don't do nuthin like HOWE you tell us.

Quote:
> Jumping up is an attention-getting behavior

It's a BONDING behavior, leah. LeeCharlesKelley
was TRYING to tell you HOWE he USES jumpin
up to BOND with his NEARLY INSTANTLY
SUCCESSFUL students JUST LIKE HOWE
Canis55 and Kevin Behan do, REMEMBER leah?

Quote:
> that has been REINFORCED if you have given
> the dog attention, even negatively.

You're a mental case, leah. Tellin the
dog to sit when IT comes over to jump
up to say HOWEDY IS givin IT attention,
leah, just like lockin IT tied to the wall in
your crapper for a ten minute time HOWET.

Quote:
> The dog has to learn that it will
> no longer earn him reinforcement,

Like being asked to sit and gettin patted
and a cookie, leah? You ain't gettin it both
ways noMOORE here abHOWETS unless
The Amazing Puppy Wizard is GIVIN IT to
you BOTH WAYS, leah <{) ; ~  )  >

Quote:
>and that can take a while.

You're full of ***you lying dog abusing mental case.

Quote:
> Especially if anybody is still reinforcing him.

You're full of crap, leah:


Subject: Re: Crate Anxiety
Newsgroups: rec. pets. dogs. behavior
Date: 2002-04-04 12:56:23 PST

Try Jerry Howe's training manual and check out his Doggy
Do Right (And Kitty Will And A Rooster Did And A***atoo
Or Two Did Too) machine.... it is for this.

Please do not listen to the others in here that don't like
him or his methods, they have never tried them.... I have
and it works!!!!

I broke my dog from nipping almost 100% in 1 day and
she usually does this SEVERAL times a day and actually
makes my kids bleed!

Try it or contact him!

The manual is at the above website
also, and it is free!

Becky


Hi !
Our black lab girl is 3 months old (she will be 4 months
on the 30th).

When we first brought her home she had a bad habit
of trying to nip our faces (including my 3 year old twins)
during playtime. It drove everyone in the house nuts
and it brought my little girls to tears as you can imagine.
We tried saying no, and that would just get her even
more e***d, so we would yell no and that would just
get her "scared" but still e***d. In short it just wasn't
working.

So we finally did what Jerry has suggested to you.
We used a sound do distract her and we would
immediately praise her.

I have to say that it worked great. BUT she
then moved on to nipping at the feet LOL silly
little thing.

So again, we tried no, and then louder no, but again
it didn't work so we went for the distraction and praise.

I must say that she is doing great!

I hope that helps.

Edyta aka Ned

               ===============

Quote:
> So that means to PREVENT the jumping

If you PREVENT a behavior you CANNOT
TRAIN the dog NOT TO DO IT, leah.

Quote:
> on people who don't know the rules,

You cannot depend on PEOPLE to train
your dogs for you, leah. If you don't know
HOWE to TRAIN a dog withHOWET relying
on STRANGERS, PEOPLE who got NO
BUSINESS trainin your dog, then you got
no business "trainin" dogs for people.

And THAT'S HOWE COME you're a FRAUD.

Quote:
> and may pet him or speak to him for it.

PEOPLE got NUTHIN to do with HOWE
you handle and train a dog, leah.

PEOPLE got NUTHIN to do with the
dog, leah. The DOG is gonna do as
his trainer wants IT to, not as PEOPLE
want IT to or IT AIN'T TRAINED, leah.

Your RECENT GRADUATE STUDENT Rottie
RECENTLY ***ED a little innocent DEAD
DOG at the park and TRIED to *** ITS
brother... REMEMBER leah? You had IT in your
SOCIALIZATION classes since IT was ten weeks
old. Your PAW PATROL caused your RECENT
GRADUATE STUDENT Rottie to RECENTLY
*** that innocent little DEAD DOG just
like HOWE your OTHER recent STUDENT'S
Bichons RECENTLY ***ED their own
HOWES bunny JUST LIKE HOWE your pal
culprit aka kelly aka metta's (mettta is culprit
aka kelly's aka on the CRAZY PERSONS lists
so she don't get stigmatized on NOT FOR MENTAL
PEOPLE'S news groups) dogs ***ED her
own DEAD KAT.

REMEMBER leah?

Quote:
> Leah Roberts, Family Dog Trainer

You're a LIAR A DOG ABUSER and a MENTAL CASE:

Leah        Effexor for chronic depression, in denial
                about being mentally ill. Has taken
                several other mentally
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