Mine ate all the jerky and is in major time out.
I have used a slap to thje rump or an upslap under the jowls in the past with animals. I have also used a crop.
I havent gone near her today I am too mad and she knows it
Do you think dogs can benefit from physical discipline?
by KIDGRIECOFebruary 4 at 8:12 PM
Never hit my kids, never hit my dogs, don't believe in it as punishment or training....
by babyblue35April 8 at 10:37 PM
anyone who hits a child or a animal is a spineless weak asshole
April 8 at 11:05 PM
by UhuraApril 8 at 11:19 PM
Depends on the dog, with mine, not so much. They might get a swat on the butt, but that's rare. One time one of my friend's dogs grabbed my pant leg in his teeth to keep me from walking off (he has some aggression and abandonment issues). I turned around, told him no in an alpha bitch tone and popped him on the butt. He hasn't grabbed my pant leg since, nor has he tried to bite me.
April 8 at 11:28 PM
No,we have a rehomed female husky. She was rehomed because she was a fence jumper and the original family has a baby in the home and could not keep going after her. She is 3YO. Is this normal for huskie?. She is a full bred. We keep her leashed,I tried letting her off the leash with family supervision in the yard,she jumped. I know she wants to run/play is there a way to train her?
April 8 at 11:33 PMNo
by dawnie1April 9 at 7:51 AM