leg1950 at cox.net
Sun Sep 28 20:37:05 UTC 2014
You may have to use the Halti anytime you are in a place where food could be
on the ground. I'd do this for a few weeks before testing him without the
Halti. If he snarfs up something, back to the Halti for a few more weeks.
The dog will soon get the messege that snarfing off the ground isn't cool.
Everytime your dog sucessfully gets something off the floor or ground, it is
reinforcing the practise and he will do it again and again. Head collars
are a pain but if you want to break a bad habit, it is a great tool.
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From: "Danielle Sykora via nagdu" <nagdu at nfbnet.org>
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Sent: Wednesday, September 24, 2014 4:27 PM
Subject: [nagdu] scavenging
> Hi all,
> Over the last few weeks, I have noticed my dog scavenging more frequently.
> I have tried working with him on ignoring food on the floor but he knows
> he is being set up by thesecond piece of food. I also use a Halti but I
> don't want to have to use it all the time. Any thoughts?
> Danielle and Thai
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