Post by nickiharding on Aug 8, 2011 12:53:45 GMT -5
I don't know if this is the answer, but with CJ he has air snapped and nipped Steve in the arm once. I bought a a house plant water spray holder and when he has nipped or air snapped I have sprayed him with a jet of water from it and told him no. It is an American idea and also someone else with a greyhound told us that is what he did. Seems to work. Not an expert though.
Dex had a nip at Den when they were having a run, cost over £100 and a day at the vets to fix
We put Dex in a muzzle, which he hated, and after a few times of wearing it, he stopped nipping, if he got rough again, we'd just put the muzzle on again. I don't know if he knew if he didn't bite he didn't have to wear it, or he got out of the habit of doing it, but it seemed to work. He's not worn it for few months now
He is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog. You are his life, his love, his leader. He will be yours, faithful and true. To the last beat of his heart. You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion.
Oh Alicia, I am so sorry to hear about Tullys behaviour , poor Sorda,and, Cushna . I think Emma's advice on the muzzle could be a goer ,but, could be worth giving Lisa a ring too,and, see what she advices in this situation ,as, obviously it needs to be stopped.........so, hope it can be soon sorted out for you
Will ring you tomorrow but for now everytime he gets OTT in the house take him out into another room and time him out for a couple of minutes! Bring him back in after a couple of minutes and say nothing and if he tries it again same thing remove him!
"There's nothing that can't be done if we raise our voice as one."
kamkay: 1) depends on his/her recall and prey drive 2) NEVER leave any dog tied up outside school, shops etc 3)depends on your hound,s socialisation skills 4) needs to be built up gradually
Jun 3, 2014 3:24:28 GMT -5
streaky53: Thanks very much kamkay!
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streaky53: Thanks very much kamkay!
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streaky53: Sorry for sending it twice
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dizzytrane: As well as collecting old mobile phones, Ink cartridges, I am collecting DVDs and CDs to raise money for Gap. Collection points at kennels or Gap show. Thank you x
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dizzytrane: If you are struggling with Give As You Live, but want to support Gap online, try www.easyfundraising.org.uk as it works better on some devices than GAYL. Gap is now registered on it.
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skybluesu: I've got a box full of second hand dog stuff - harnesses,collars, dishes even pigs ears can someone let me know if they are wanted and if so where to send them to? I dont have dogs any more so dont need them (the stuff not the dogs - still need them). Ta
Aug 9, 2014 15:29:05 GMT -5
teeny: Hello, if still available or if your planning on knitting any more?! I would love to buy one of your lovely coats for one of my female greyhounds. She measures 26" from the back of the collar to the end of her tail. Please let me know how much? Thankyou
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madjack16: Hi, I was wondering how lady was settling in if any body knows, white saluki came in yesterday?
Aug 30, 2014 13:15:49 GMT -5
fredabb: I'd love one of those knitted coats too Missed out on the last auction - pipped at the post as I wasn't able to get a late bid in !
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nicky62: Are the knitted coats stoll around?
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lilylou: Hi Everyone, I'm new to this group, as of 30th Dec I found a lurcher puppy approx 4 months old. Never had a sight hound only Jacks, any hints or tips with training, feeding, everything!! I'd be very grateful Thanks
Jan 28, 2015 12:41:37 GMT -5
otis3da: Hi I had my whippet from a puppy and I Know the vet said he had to have more protein in his diet it was something to do with the breed,there build and the speed they run
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