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Required fields are marked * Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. You told us which toys and treats your pup loves best, which dry, wet, organic, and raw foods keep him healthy and happy, which ambassaDog most inspires you, and which animal rescue organizations you think is most deserving! So, without further adieu, here are the winners in all 8 categories of The Dogington Post Awards! Did your favorites win? [pveslideshow id=?3? openonload=?false?] Related Items: 3 Comments 3 Comments Leave a Reply Your email address will not be published. ? This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. .The votes are in! The second annual Dogington Post Awards were met with a huge response from you, our readers and fans

5385 SHARES Related Items: 14 Comments 14 Comments Leave a Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. So many, in fact, that their dispatch system was congested with between 350 and 500 calls every half hour. As a result, police investigated the complaints and located the boy in the video, charged him with animal abuse and removed the puppy from the home. Photo credit Alexandria Police Department. According to a KALB News Channel 5 report, ?the Alexandria Police Department received several complaints that there was a video of a male abusing a small puppy circulating on social media. ? This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. A 13-year old Alexandria, Louisiana boy was charged with one count of animal cruelty after a video of the teen hitting a young puppy was posted to social media and quickly became viral. As far as we?re concerned, ANY efforts to report animal abuse, whether via social media or not, that result in an arrest and rescue are suitable. The report and the video indicated that the abuse occurred in the Alexandria area. In addition to filing complaints, urging police to take action, and inquiring about the dog?s safety, several callers were offering to provide a loving home to the abused puppy. The puppy was seen by a veterinarian and is doing fine, but will remain in safe shelter until the courts determine what will be done with him. The Alexandria Police Department was inundated with calls and emails from concerned citizens around the globe. The video (NOT shown below) showed the young boy smacking the puppy across the face with such force that the dog spun around. .5385 SHARES Thanks to animal advocates and social media, this puppy is safe and a 13-year old boy arrested for animal cruelty. Meanwhile, the Alexandria Police Department is reminding citizens that social media is not always the best method for reporting criminal activity

I would not engage in tug whatsoever during this time. I?ve tried treats. It sounds like the game of fetch is actually multiple games all wrapped up into one. I would pick a way and stay very consistent with it. This isn?t teaching a cue, this is just bribing the dog. Once that ball hits the ground I grab it as quickly as possible and throw it. As soon as he drops that ball try to grab it as quickly as possible and reward it by throwing the ball. He turns it into a game of tug as well. Drops the ball every time, just doesn?t translate to doing it without treats.) These are a couple ways to accomplish the end goal. Required fields are marked * Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Using rewards for dropping the ball can work too. He currently resides in Ohio with his dog, V, a six-year-old Shepherd/Lab mix, where he operates?, specializing in helping build positive relationships between humans and their canine companions using clear communication, not pain and fear. Thank you for the question! Kevin Duggan CPDT-KA Kevin is a Certified Professional Dog Trainer through the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers (CCPDT. Either way it is very important that the word is said first. What I would do is say the word ?drop? first and then either present the treat or drop little pieces of treats directly on the dog?s head. One thing that is important is to avoid presenting the food and then telling the dog to drop. He loves fetch but can?t get it through his head to drop it. From there he will start to understand what the word drop means, which will result in fading out the use of food reward and just using the throwing of the ball as the reward. ? This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.org)? and is a Canine Good Citizen Evaluator through the American Kennel Club. For more training tips and tricks, and to meet his amazing dog, V,? follow him on Facebook by?.Dear Kevin, How do I get my Golden Retriever, Cody, to drop the ball? He wants me to throw it. One other thing to try is after you say, ?drop,? if Cody starts to try to play tug, or keep away, just walk away a few steps. -Leslie ? Hi Leslie, It sounds like you are very close to accomplishing this. One thing I have done is told the dog to ?drop? one time and just wait until he finally drops it. Act uninterested. With repetition, Cody will start to anticipate when you say drop with getting a reward, which will cause him to drop it. Do you have a tough training question of your own? to ?Ask the Trainer!? Related Items: Recommended for you 1 Comment Leave a Reply Your email address will not be published. I want him to start to figure out that the quicker he drops it, the quicker he gets it thrown again. . I see you said you have tried it. It becomes an annoying game of tug which I?m not fond of. (It is kind of similar to the first thing I mentioned

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