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Escalation of behavior prior to extinction of behavior. NICESURGERY FOR THE FAMILY PET



 
 
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Old September 13th 03, 03:11 AM
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Default Escalation of behavior prior to extinction of behavior. NICESURGERY FOR THE FAMILY PET



J1Boss wrote:

From: Charlie Wilkes



Yes. I'm afraid Nessa and Janet the Boss-Lady are gonna get together
in the park and work on teaching Bagel to "Respect," and it's gonna
backfire even further.



I just love how people make assumptions of how things are accomplished. I've
never seen Bagel in this mode, which is why I want to see him at the park.
Whenever I've seen him, he's been a big, galumphing, slowish, mush of a dog.
I was surprised to hear about his guarding behavior.

Respect is gained in many ways, and needs to be BUILT. No, I don't alpha-roll,
hit, or anything of the sort. OTOH, if something is dangerous, it WILL come
out of their mouth. Many ways to accomplish that.



Yeah, one way is SURGERY....
BWAHAHHAAHAHAHAAAAAAAA!!!!

NICE ABDOMINAL SURGERY FOR THE FAMILY PET

NICE CLAWING YOUR WAY OUT OF A CAGE WITH A FOOT OF STAPLES IN YOUR TUMMY
FOR THE FAMILY PET

NICE IDIOTIC TRAINING FROM JANET BOSSY BOSS
ONE OF THE MOST "IRRESPONSIBLE" DOG OWNERS IN ALL OF USENET

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From: J1Boss )
Subject: housebreaking in a multi level home
Newsgroups: rec.pets.dogs.behavior
Date: 2002-06-27 03:30:11 PST


From: Rocky
Nessa wrote in rec.pets.dogs.behavior:
why does Franklin have to be on a leash?


I think that Franklin's been naughty.

--
--Matt. Rocky's a Dog.


and apparently pretty sneaky too - can't figure this one out still!

FYI - He ingested a mystery sock. Hadn't done that in well over a year.
When he was a puppy we were very lucky - they went through or came up.
We've done "sock work" with him leaving them alone, but mostly are
pretty conscientious about not making them available. The risk is
obviously too high. One of his littermates beat him to the punch with
the same surgery, and his great grandfather had this habit until he died
at age 12.

My MIL was visiting (sockless!) and since he wasn't with me every waking
moment as usual as a result, I can only imagine that the sock presented
itself somehow while she was with him.

He was a very, very sick dog. He had emergency surgery on Monday, but
was home by Tuesday - we lucked out that the sock had advanced enough
that they didn't need to cut the bowel. Once he was opened, they were
able to manipulate the sock out his rectum. He thinks he's fine, so the
leash is very necessary! He's got about a foot of staples on his tummy,
and this was a very expensive sock!


Janet Boss
Best Friends Dog Obedience
"Nice Manners for the Family Pet"
Voted "Best of Baltimore 2001" - Baltimore Magazine
www.bestfriendsdogobedience.com
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FRANKLIN and JANET, ACT II

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From: J1Boss )
Subject: What can I do if I can't afford a behaviorist?


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Newsgroups: rec.pets.dogs.behavior
Date: 2002-06-27 05:20:30 PST



From: diddy
Some dogs are really adept at getting out of things, even the
impossible.


Yes indeed. I crated Franklin when I had to leave yesterday. He's post
surgical and needs to be confined and rest/kept safe. He is used to
crates, has not problem with them and does not "escape" (mesh crates,
wire crates, etc - he takes them all in stride, whether strange places
or at home).

When I got home, both dogs greeted me at the door. He had managed to
bend the clips on the end panel of his metal crate (General Cage 204)
and squeeze out the top/side of the end panel that has the door. The
door was securely closed.

THAT was NOT a good thing to do with a foot of staples in your tummy.
He hadn't done it before - but he's not his usual self obviously. We
won't be trying that again any time soon!


Janet Boss
Best Friends Dog Obedience
"Nice Manners for the Family Pet"
Voted "Best of Baltimore 2001" - Baltimore Magazine
www.bestfriendsdogobedience.com
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Janet Boss
Best Friends Dog Obedience
"Nice Manners for the Family Pet"
Voted "Best of Baltimore 2001" - Baltimore Magazine
www.bestfriendsdogobedience.com


 




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