Michael wrote:That's just goofing around in the backyard. I haven't been impressed with one person here either so no worries. Not impressed at all with the other thread on breaking up dog fights. Just reinforces everything that I already know. Most of you either never had to break up dog fights, or your dogs get ripped up because you use techniques that allows that to happen.
Really? By all means, please go post in that thread. You keep alluding to all of the stuff you "already know" about dog training but then don't seem to actually say much about it... This is a discussion board. Please, go discuss all of the topics that you have experience in because so far you've said a whole lotta nothing about all the stuff you have claimed to be an "expert" in.
My real specialty is offleash training.
I doubt many of you guys even try that. In the real world. Meaning not in a park or in your backyard. You'll probably say it's too dangerous and irresponsible. Yada Yada blah blah blah
And back you go to your thin ice. I will warn you again to watch your mouth, and I'm actually getting REALLY tired of telling you the same thing over and over. You have NO IDEA who you are talking to, nor have you bothered to learn; and I am not the only one getting tired of your attitude.
Jackie Brown is phenomenal. And so are my methods which don't rely on shock collars.
Start a thread about your training when you feel like doing more than posting vague cryptic things that are just meant to piss people off. And you might want to consider that there are a number of people on this forum who are active competitors with their dogs in sports that require high levels of on and off leash control of their dogs. So you're not talking to a bunch of wide eyed novices, and I expect you to keep that in mind. Oh, and very few people on the board use remote collars.