Consistent in the way you train your dog to leave/ignore the animals you want.
Originally Posted by Beloz
you can proof against one animal over others, the dog learns to pay one animal no mind yet can chase other feral pests if you wish. It's no different to say pig hunters proofing there dogs against domestic stock, yet loves to chase bail or lug feral pigs. Say on a property that needs to be cleared it may have say sheep all over the place the dogs will ignore all sheep and just go after pigs. The dog is stock proof.
So in your case training to leave/ignore roos in a paddock, yet the dog can chase the bunnies.
The training just has to be consistent, so no oh ok allow and chase a roo this time for some exercise etc.
No roo chasing not ever.
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