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The Glasgow dog whisperer

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Friend has an american bulldog-its absolutely enormous and a lovely friendly dog. Problem is,its a bit too friendly and it jumps up on anyone it sees,and usually knocks them over due to its bulk. M… Read More
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7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months ago
Friend has an american bulldog-its absolutely enormous and a lovely friendly dog. Problem is,its a bit too friendly and it jumps up on anyone it sees,and usually knocks them over due to its bulk.

My friend saw an advert in the local paper "the glasgow dog whisperer-20 years experience-success guaranteed" So he calls the guy up,explains the problem and the whisperer tells him there is a consultation fee of 80 quid and makes the appointment for today"

He comes round,pockets the 80 quid and then tells my friend to let the dog out,m8 opens the living room door and the dog comes bounding down the hall. Just as it jumps up to greet the whisperer he sidesteps it and knees it right in the chest with full force and the dog runs away and hides in its basket.

The "whisperer" then turns to my m8 and says "fecker wont do that again in a hurry!"

So my friend says to the guy "basically,I just paid you 80 quid to kick my dog?"

"To the untrained eye,it may seem like a random kicking m8 but there is a lot of complicated behavioural science behind it,any problems,give me a call!"

Cesar milian-eat yer heart out!
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7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months ago
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#1
:w00t:
#2
Horrendous. If your mate needs any qualified canine advice, give me a shout :)
#3
:shock: wtf!?
#4
Don't mess with weegies. :lol:
#5
Whats the Joke??
#6
:w00t: Did it work?
#7
i think you have to watch there seems to be alot of people these days claiming to be dog trainers

i took my pup to a supposedly qualified trainer who claimed to train dogs without aggression or submission

my dog is a Jack Russell not aggressive in the slightest he just gets over excited when he sees people and likes them to pet him anyway he ran over to the trainer she grabs him by the scruff of the neck choking him and trys to pin him to the ground so my dog started to bite her - she turns to me and says you have a dog thats outta control- before or since them he has shown no signs of aggression towards anyone or anything

needless to say i didn;t take him back to the puppy class
#8
I don't agree with this method at all but I have heard from many people that if it is done right, the dog will never do it again.

My dog jumps all over people as well but I would never let anyone do this to my dog.
#9
TinyTrina;7685769
I don't agree with this method at all but I have heard from many people that if it is done right, the dog will never do it again.

My dog jumps all over people as well but I would never let anyone do this to my dog.

If done properly and with the correct amount of force then why not? It don't case any pain to the animal and with the correct aftercare it gets the results.
#10
Lulu'sMammy
If done properly and with the correct amount of force then why not? It don't case any pain to the animal and with the correct aftercare it gets the results.


I have never seen it done but if it doesn't cause any pain then I would let someone do it but I always assumed it does cause pain, thats why the dogs won't do it again.

If someone could stop my dog from jumping up on people I would be eternally grateful as she is a lovely dog but most people are scared of her as she is not small.
#11
TinyTrina;7685893
I have never seen it done but if it doesn't cause any pain then I would let someone do it but I always assumed it does cause pain, thats why the dogs won't do it again.

If someone could stop my dog from jumping up on people I would be eternally grateful as she is a lovely dog but most people are scared of her as she is not small.

When she jumps up, raise the knee towards the chest....no contact should even be made. Remember to ALWAYS do this and the results will be seen in next to no time. Trust me :)
#12
Lulu'sMammy
When she jumps up, raise the knee towards the chest....no contact should even be made. Remember to ALWAYS do this and the results will be seen in next to no time. Trust me :)


The problem with that is she never does it to me or my kids. Its only people who visit my house and I am only 4'10", when she jumps up her chest is level with my shoulders lol.
#13
I wouldve kneed him in the chest and told him he would be doing that again either they idiot!

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