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Old 11-04-2012, 01:12 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Since there are rarely good aggression threads, I'm sharing last nights muzzlework video here :-). This is good, strong, confident aggression

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And the second half of this vid (first half is OB with my male not in aggression)

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Thanks for posting this!! I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE watching your dogs work!! Makes me really look forward to Grim growing up!
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Katya can only do muzzle work for a month, while we are waiting on a titanium crown for a damaged canine lol. She will be off the charts aggressive by Dec
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AND, 5 days before the first video, she got her CGC lol. GOOD aggression ;-)
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I agree!! Just out of curiosity... I hope this doesn't start a war...did you use an E-collar for training your 2 that I've seen work? If so, at what stage of training did you use it?
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One dog who I think of who is a perfect example of this based on talking with others - her owner is on this site so I will let them speak more on her - is Billie z Liberatore. Just by one video and some research (talking to others) I am impressed. She seems like my type of female and I hope to someday soon, speak with her owner about her - as soon as I have some time away from work!
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I agree!! Just out of curiosity... I hope this doesn't start a war...did you use an E-collar for training your 2 that I've seen work? If so, at what stage of training did you use it?
I rotate tools based on what im doing and use nothing but voice and hands 50% of the time. I use the e collar double boxed, and exactly as Lou Castle describes. I almost exclusively use electric on my male. Prong causes too much conflict, and stern voice causes enough to ruin a session. Electric is impersonal and our clearest path of communication. Also use the vibrate as a positive mark with both dogs
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Crap. Googled that dig and this thread showed up. Google is *really* on point these days.

There was a vid but they cut the film after every strike. Can't see what the dog does after the strike :-/
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I rotate tools based on what im doing and use nothing but voice and hands 50% of the time. I use the e collar double boxed, and exactly as Lou Castle describes. I almost exclusively use electric on my male. Prong causes too much conflict, and stern voice causes enough to ruin a session. Electric is impersonal and our clearest path of communication. Also use the vibrate as a positive mark with both dogs
OK, thank you! I'm assuming you started using this during the training for IPO, also? I will probably have more questions for you, but I will ask them in PM. I know it's late and you probably don't have the time right now, but my main question is... can you elaborate on the bolded sections please?
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