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01-22-2014 11:06 PM
lindadrusilla
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Originally Posted by Lucy Dog View Post
No need to. You can train together if you'd like. Just be fair and consistent.
This.

And don't give different commands at the same time. Confusing..


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01-22-2014 11:03 PM
SuperG
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Originally Posted by DJEtzel View Post
My ex and I both trained Frag together, numerous times throughout the day. He is 4 now and listens to us both pretty equally, excited to see us both.

I have found dogs are more likely to push boundaries with the owner that takes a backseat and doesn't do as much/any training. That's when you get "dominant" dog issues and you see a big difference between how a dog interacts with two issues in the same house. They just have no reason to respect the one who does nothing with them so they will be more likely to disregard commands, jump, mouth, etc. when that person is in control of them.

Much truth in that


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01-22-2014 11:01 PM
SuperG
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Originally Posted by Baillif View Post
In my experience the dogs listen to anyone that rewards good behaviors and calls them to the carpet on the ones they shouldn't be doing. There ofc needs to be a relationship in place otherwise when you call them to the carpet they might bring you a long with them.

LOL.....well said !


SuperG
01-22-2014 10:25 PM
Baillif In my experience the dogs listen to anyone that rewards good behaviors and calls them to the carpet on the ones they shouldn't be doing. There ofc needs to be a relationship in place otherwise when you call them to the carpet they might bring you a long with them.
01-22-2014 10:16 PM
David Winners
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Originally Posted by Chip18 View Post
Yes, pack structure.
For clarification, you are saying that if 2 people train a dog together, the dog will not tightly bond to anyone?

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01-22-2014 10:13 PM
DJEtzel My ex and I both trained Frag together, numerous times throughout the day. He is 4 now and listens to us both pretty equally, excited to see us both.

I have found dogs are more likely to push boundaries with the owner that takes a backseat and doesn't do as much/any training. That's when you get "dominant" dog issues and you see a big difference between how a dog interacts with two issues in the same house. They just have no reason to respect the one who does nothing with them so they will be more likely to disregard commands, jump, mouth, etc. when that person is in control of them.
01-22-2014 10:08 PM
Chip18
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I was told couple people can to stop dog from becoming attached to that one person

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Yes, pack structure.
01-22-2014 10:04 PM
loulabelle23 I was told couple people can to stop dog from becoming attached to that one person

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01-18-2014 12:00 PM
Lucy Dog
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Right on thanks guys. Separate sessions though right?


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No need to. You can train together if you'd like. Just be fair and consistent.
01-18-2014 11:56 AM
Hessa Right on thanks guys. Separate sessions though right?


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