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Help with training Kyriss

Post by Kodieh on Fri Jul 08, 2011 8:28 am

She's been destroying things when shes not completely supervised, or when we need to leave her a lone because we have to go do something.

I still don't quite get crate training either. Embarassed
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Re: Help with training Kyriss

Post by Kermit on Fri Jul 08, 2011 10:56 am

Boy we need to talk... Wink now you're in my speciality Very Happy this one we need to be in chat for. I'll likely be on tonight after 12 am est

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Re: Help with training Kyriss

Post by wiser on Fri Oct 21, 2011 4:59 pm

dude i dont crate and i dont have truble with this at all i never put my pup on a leash and she just turned a year a month ago and i still dont have to ... what kinda dog we talkin about and are you geting it an over amount of exursise thre more tired your dog is the less likely its gonna destroy your home my doog uesd to get 3 hours or so running with othere dogs a day as well as when ever my kids made her do ou agility coutrse a tired dog is a happy dog .. find a running mate !!!

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Post by smsararas2 on Fri Oct 21, 2011 10:17 pm

HAHA, I saw the title and all I could think of was getting Kel in here. I am glad she already has seen it cause I am sure you will not get any better advice Wink
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Post by Paulajoy on Sat Mar 10, 2012 3:34 pm

Hi friends thanks for attractive sharing more details. Keep it up.

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Post by Kermit on Sat Mar 10, 2012 4:30 pm

The training going any better?

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Re: Help with training Kyriss

Post by Kodieh on Sat Mar 10, 2012 4:37 pm

Lots, we got her crate trained and she's doing great now. Smile

In fact, the monster turned a year old back in January.
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Post by Kermit on Sat Mar 10, 2012 4:47 pm

That's good... we're going thru the netuer from hell right now with Angus, poor boy developed a nice case of celluitis. Altho we don't crate any of our dogs he's been seperated into the dog room so he can get some peace and recover with out all the other dogs jamming up his rear end. He'll be turning a year next month thumbs up 2

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Post by wolfbane468 on Sat Mar 10, 2012 6:42 pm

dont even get me started on dog training my puppy is the most annoying hyper active creature ever invente d
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Post by Kermit on Sun Mar 11, 2012 3:12 am

I could help ya with that Pete Smile

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Post by wolfbane468 on Sun Mar 11, 2012 4:44 am

its just his super hyper behaviour but when he has had all his needles he can go run around the park to calm him down and the nibbling when hes trying play with u will go with time i assume
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Re: Help with training Kyriss

Post by Kermit on Sun Mar 11, 2012 6:15 am

the nibbling will not go in time unless you tell him now it is unacceptable behavior to be putting his mouth on you. whine like a pup and end play, totally withdraw from him any time he puts his mouth on you should end the nipping. you don't want a dog that is THAT confident in putting his mouth on people, let alone on you.

You can try introduction to scent training as a good way to calm down an exciteable pup. low key game that is self rewarding and makes them use their braines which will tire them out a lot faster than running 50 miles at the park believe it or not.

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Re: Help with training Kyriss

Post by Kosumi on Fri Mar 30, 2012 6:42 pm

Having a dog in your life should provide you with great joy and companionship - not extra burden or an endless source of frustration, as is so often the case.

This is what I personally consider to be crucial, and always strive for when training my own dogs:

* To raise a well respected canine citizen. I want happy, involved, outgoing dogs who are valued and trusted members of the community.

On a beautiful late spring afternoon, 18 years ago, three young dog enthusiasts graduated from high school. They were very much alike, these three young men.
All had been better than average students, all were personable and all – as young graduates are – were filled with ambitious dreams for the future working with their passion... Dogs.
Recently, these three men all stopped to take a breather, and reflect on their career choices.
They were still very much alike.
All three were happily married. All had two children. And all, it turned out, had gone to work in the same industry, of dog training, and were still there.
But there was a difference. One of the men was a trainer in a small department of a pet store chain. He worked mostly with treats and often turned away difficult aggression cases or requests for specialized training. He was a dog lover and refused to inflict pain on a dog, even if it meant turning his back on that dog.

The other had been known to be very rough, “old school”, and some say abusive with the dogs. He mostly worked behind closed doors, and some of the dogs that were turned away at the pet store ended up with him. Despite the fact that he was very rough, he considered himself also a dog lover and refused to turn his back on a dog even it meant inflicting pain to train or save the life of that dog.

* To build a genuinely strong owner-dog relationship based on trust, co-operation and well defined roles.

* To have confidence in, and control of my dogs in any situation - including around kids and other animals.

* To work with my dog's natural drives and instincts, not against them.

* Absolutely no cruelty or harsh "old school" dog training techniques. I certainly don't believe you have to "break a dog's spirit" in the training process.

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