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With news stories daily about pets that bite, maim, and even kill, it is increasingly important to make sure your pup doesn’t ‘act out’, and hurt someone.



 
 
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Old May 14th 05, 09:09 PM
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Default With news stories daily about pets that bite, maim, and even kill, it is increasingly important to make sure your pup doesn’t ‘act out’, and hurt someone.

With news stories daily about pets that bite, maim, and even kill, it is increasingly important to make sure your pup doesn’t ‘act out’, and hurt someone.

Easier said than done - pets have minds of their own, and you want to start sooner rather than later to get them to avoid bad behavior.

So I enjoyed going through the ebook ‘How to Stop Your Puppy or Older Dog from Biting’, a multi-author report on the subject of training pups (and older dogs as the title states) to not bite.

The first part gives general information on how to manage pup aggressiveness and training to avoid biting, while the second part (the guest articles), deal with specific topics such as how to prepare for a new (human) arrival in the family, handling compulsive behaviors, dealing with cars and dogs, and similar topics. There’s even a section on canine guilt!

read full story here...........

http://www.bigbizblog.com/archives/2...g-from-biting/



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Old May 18th 05, 12:04 AM
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Your "book" is a sales pitch for shock collar
salesman adam katz, notoriHOWES dog
abuser and mental case.

 




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