I still think that a video is needed that highlights the problem. It's not that I don't think you're accurately describing the problem- heck, who am *I* to even offer advice... But seeing the problem might spawn some new ideas. While I agree that an e-collar might address this issue, I'm reluctant to go there without actually seeing the problem. I know one person who thinks their dog "rocks" crate games, yet can't get their dog out of the crate calmly without an e-collar. The fact that crate games is about impulse control logically dictates that an e-collar shouldn't be needed to enforce impulse control... Totally missing the point... Remember that performance is not understanding
. Just because your dog can do a behavior doesn't mean the dog understands the behavior. So anyway, I think video would probably be good in this case.
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