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Old 07-28-2009, 08:12 AM
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I think most of these so called training methods are rip offs. The question they need to answer is how do you get your dog to listen when off leash in a completly unconfined area. Especially for dogs that love to roam. I've looked through a lot of sites but none came close to answering.
um...most of the training methods I have come across do answer this...its called building that relationship/bond/attention with your dog through other training methods...I started simple with my dogs with sit, down, etc. The trainer then worked a lot on recall and focus.... It is out there and I learned it in my classes....
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I think most of these so called training methods are rip offs. .
No they are not..and might I add that your attitude is getting old already.

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The question they need to answer is how do you get your dog to listen when off leash in a completly unconfined area..
Then perhaps you should post a nicely worded thread in the training area describing your dog and the problem and we can help you.


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I use positive training methods and my dog is off leash all the time. She even came to me when I called while she was in the middle of chasing a flock of geese.
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heres the new thread if anyone has any imput. I want this poster to succeed at this.

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