dogcrazyjen wrote:Anyone try an air horn?
If the dogs really get into it, startling them won't help, but it could distract them before it really starts.
But I'm not going to carry an air horn in my pocket!
I've seen airhorns used as distractions during PSA trials (during the down in front of the decoy)...blowing one at some dogs will make them bite the decoy....some will take off...most will just lay there....most of these dogs are prepared for everything....I've done all sorts of odd noise stuff with my puppy....
"Rumor has it, compulsion is evil."
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