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Re: Re: Re: Re: Breaking a Dog from Killing Chicke
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Posted by bj on June 07, 2004 at 05:11:28 from (184.108.40.206):
In Reply to: Re: Re: Re: Breaking a Dog from Killing Chickens posted by hm on March 08, 2004 at 12:45:50:
if and when your dog whom you love kills a chicken etc,and you love this animal and want to keep him and would rather not chain him to a stake or put a muzzle on him or have ya neighboor or the police shoot him tie that chicken around his neck in such a way as he cannot get at it or tear it off and of course in a manner that does not physically hurt ya pooch,after a fixed time depending on your dogs learning capacity you take it off and reassure your treasured animal that you love him but that he must not kill the chooks and since he is a dog and we human,that if it were at all possible you wish he could crasp this fact without having to resort to such techniques that are emotionally stressing to us! as we are weak and politically correct to the point of ignorance to the fact that a dog is only as well trained and obediant as is its master is disciplend in his love for his animal.and yes for all the animal rights bannaners who were raised the same way by the same techniques interestingly enough this technique is no crueler than the way you teach your children how to cross the road "as it is for their on good"
other wise who is to blame if your child gets hit by a car because you were to weak to lovingly use a miner punishment that doesnt scar but will heal in order to prevent the worst possible outcome that is as natural as breathing its called "LEARNING" and if anybody can show me a way of learning without experiencing some discomfort well you can keep it with ya junk food ads and 3 week diets and rock hard abs with out any sweat.
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