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The Collared Scholar: Why I Never Teach Bite Inhibition

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The Collared Scholar: Why I Never Teach Bite Inhibition

Post by centrop67 » Fri Jan 05, 2018 2:09 pm

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AN EXERCISE IN FRUSTRATION: WHY I NEVER TEACH BITE INHIBITION TO PUPPIES wrote:You’re thinking “She trains working dogs that are SUPPOSED to bite.” And you’d be right. Yes, I teach working dogs for the most part. These days, I train dogs for personal protection and protection sports where dogs need to know how to bite, and they need to know to bite hard. But the truth is, it doesn’t matter what the dog is being raised for, I’ve never once taught bite inhibition.
So your puppy bites...

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