By Rio Barrett
A booklet to aid enhance horse using skills.
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For good measure. Are there times when you DON'T want your dog to know where a correction came from? Yes! Some dogs are more impressed when a correction appears to come out of nowhere. If you zing his hind end with something, then immediately go back to reading your paper, humming nonchalantly and not even looking at him, your dog may conclude that the correction is a natural result of having done that particular behavior. In other words, the behavior itself is correcting him! even when you're not in the room.
He's a Norwegian Elkhound, bred to bark sharply while hunting and cornering game. The tendency to bark when excited is in his genes. " wails the society woman. Of course he is. He's a Neapolitan Mastiff, a wary guarding breed. The tendency to be cautious and standoffish with "outsiders" is in his genes. " wails the mother of four toddlers. But he's a Border Collie, bred to do this with sheep, you see. The tendency to chase and gather moving objects is in his genes. Now look at these two breeds.
In other words... If you absolutely can't have a digger, don't get a terrier. If you absolutely can't stand a barker, don't get a Shetland Sheepdog.