pitbullmamaliz wrote:Poor dog. He had no idea what was happening. I have no problems with an e-collar being used in a HUMANE manner. That was not it.
I had orange team training last night (the shelter team that deals with problem dogs) and it was with Ginger, my relax class instructor. We were talking about bite levels. She said, "I'm not going to name any names, but there is a certain 'trainer' on TV who seems to take pride in being bitten. That's dumb. If you're good at reading body language there's no need to get bitten often." And she's right.
pitbullmamaliz wrote:He did redirect on both - Cesar near the beginning of the video and the lady near the end (before he tries to crawl under her chair to escape).
LMM wrote:For some reason, when I was responding to her I thought of you Erin
It seems that I went about it completely the wrong way when I introduced my cats and my dogs to each other.
BigDogBuford wrote:Man, that was just depressing to watch. I feel really bad for both the cat and the dog. The owner is a twat waffle for letting him do that to her pets.
BigDogBuford wrote: The owner is a twat waffle for letting him do that to her pets.
BigDogBuford wrote:Christine, I thoroughly believe if some dude came in (no matter who he was) and started unfairly shocking the smurf out of Mick and terrorizing your cat, you would have put a stop to it.
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