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    Kathy is ... Kathy *cough* public forum mumble mumble.

    Books for aggression and extreme reactivity is NOT acceptable. You don't suffer from depression, PTSD etc and read a self help book do you? There is also a vast difference between try genetic aggression and reactivity as a learned response to certain situations and stimuli. The drive behind the behaviors are different and how far one can push the animal in order to reach certain goals is also very very different.

    Saruh email me please and if you could make videos for me as well that would be great. My website is InLine K9 Dog Training and Behavior
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nekhbet View Post
    Kathy is ... Kathy *cough* public forum mumble mumble.

    Books for aggression and extreme reactivity is NOT acceptable. You don't suffer from depression, PTSD etc and read a self help book do you? There is also a vast difference between try genetic aggression and reactivity as a learned response to certain situations and stimuli. The drive behind the behaviors are different and how far one can push the animal in order to reach certain goals is also very very different.

    Saruh email me please and if you could make videos for me as well that would be great. My website is InLine K9 Dog Training and Behavior
    Sorry I dont know what you mean? I have used Kathy and she was great I only had a couple of sessions but I really learnt the importance of timing, and recognising body language among other things, stood me in really good stead. I have read books in combination with help from various people and learnt an awful lot from both. You just have to be able to context it all. I am not be able to articulate myself so well on the internet but I do a lot of dog trialing and herding since the time of owning my extreme dog and have worked with some incredibly talented trainers in who have given out some great advice to me over the years which has stood me in good stead over the years.

    I would consider my current team of dogs well trained and well behaved and they are all high drive working dogs. My extremely reactive dog I worked with mainly on my own in combination with some help from both experienced trainers (not professional for the most part) and books and did pretty well with her. I was under no illusion as to how serious the problem was and worked my arse off with her to good effect. I had to make some assessments myself of where her issues lay and looking back now I think it was pretty right. However a combination of people and a lot of reading got me there. At the time I was 1000 km round trip away from professional help so I had to be failry resourceful.
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