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08-25-2014 03:33 PM
daisyrunner The cuteness in the youtube video is overwhelming!!! I cant take it!!
Best of luck with Crank! The leg/ankle biting story takes me back with my pup, although I am sure you have it worse...
08-25-2014 01:43 PM
Baillif There is a big difference between a dog or puppy biting on hands or feet or pant legs and going after an agitating decoy or helper with equipment on. Dogs are capable of discriminating the difference. The idea that correcting a dog for jumping on people or biting people will ruin their ability to do the work is a total myth. If you had a dog that refused to bite in a working environment because it was corrected outside of that then you shouldn't even bother wasting your time on a dog like that for any bite sport.
08-25-2014 05:23 AM
ChouMaKen Congrats on the great pup and I hope you don't mind a question

I often read about the importance of bit inhibition so that dog don't bite you as described in your thread however this same bite is required / needed for bite work if I'm not wrong (am I right?)

How do you manage one (unwanted biting to your feet for example) while encouraging the other? (bite work)

Thanks
08-25-2014 05:04 AM
VALIUM He is super cute !!! No wonder he will be a look maker soon )
08-24-2014 09:26 PM
ZoeD1217 Congrats on the new guy he sure is cute! !
08-24-2014 03:55 PM
Baillif He's doing great. We are on the road back from Lisa Gellers field in MN. It was his first road training trip and his first real bitework experience. I have video i need to upload first but we are now going to OBX to play at the beach.
08-24-2014 01:30 PM
glowingtoadfly How is Crank?
07-17-2014 04:01 AM
DobbyDad I too would like to see a puppy biting you.
07-17-2014 03:13 AM
Sunflowers
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Originally Posted by simba405 View Post
I don't want to see him worked. That's boring. I want to see videos of him just being a lunatic.

Show us what a real mal is like.
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07-17-2014 12:53 AM
simba405 I don't want to see him worked. That's boring. I want to see videos of him just being a lunatic.

Show us what a real mal is like.
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