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My Dogs Training is WORKING!



 
 
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Old July 9th 08, 12:37 AM posted to rec.pets.dogs.rescue
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Default My Dogs Training is WORKING!

Hi Everyone,

I have a Jack Russell Dog and hes a Parsons and loves Cats, especially
when he thinks he can eat them. Im pretty sure he looks
at a cat and all he sees is a Big Mac or a Cat Mac Burger!

Anyway we started training him a while back and it was pretty good
until we come across some training videos online and they helped
with some other stuff we tried also.

Those videos are at

http://www.akashop.com/dogtraining

Its not perfect but its better, he no longer tugs his lead or makes a
whinning noise now with cats but he still has that LOOK in his
eye, you know what I mean!
 




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