On Thu, Sep 28 2006, 1:51 PM, Marco wrote:Yep I forgot to add that I do use NILIF on Bones, and it helps but still doesnt stop his jumping/biting issues.
On September 28 2006, mnp13 wrote:How old is the dog now? Is he neutered? Dog aggressive? Have you taken obedience classes with him? What commands (if any) does he do reliably (95% of the time)? Have any of his "nips" broken skin? Is he food aggressive or have any resource guarding issues?
On September 28 2006, SisMorphine wrote:Yeah the only time he is off the leash is when he is in his kennel.
And what do you do when he starts his nipping and biting? How do you correct that?
On September 28 2006, 15:16, Marco wrote:So far, the best method of getting him to calm down is getting him tired out on the treadmill..
Usually I give him a light hit to the chest with my knee along with a jerk of the leash(attached to the prong collar) to get him off, and then say off and if he listens to that command, then I'll tell him to sit.
On September 28 2006, 3:40 PM, mnp13 wrote:Agility is a dog sport, but is WAY beyond what you can do right now. You need to get the dog under control in your home before you can bring him to a class where he will be off leash.
On September 28 2006, 3:54 PM, mnp13 wrote:I agree, but this dog is currently jumping on people, nipping to the point of breaking skin, doesn't listen to basic commands and sounds like it is generally out of control.
I totally agree a sport like agility would be great for him, just not until the dog has some measure of respect for the handler. At 70 pounds he's learned to throw his weight around and needs some serious manners!
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