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by Al Bravo on 16 July 2019 - 17:07

I have a highly bred imported puppy with the perfect genetics IMO, and was looking for suggestions on introducing bite sleeve during training once basic obedience and prey drive building is present. I have no nearby club so I do my own training.

by old shatterhand on 16 July 2019 - 17:07

I love this. Highly bred imported puppy with perfect genetics. This sound to me like a perfect ''Wedding cake'' made on special order.
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by Western Rider on 16 July 2019 - 18:07

Old Shatterhand he did say in his opinion no need to get snarky.

I don't see anyone doing that you when you describe your dogs.

by ValK on 16 July 2019 - 20:07

there are no set in stone "age to introduce puppy bite sleeve".
after all it's just a bite, regardless of object (tug, pants, hands, sleeve, etc.)
another question perhaps "bite the sleeve in conjunction with applied pressure from sleeve holder".
it's absolutely depends on temperament of pup and in fact some dogs might never could grow to this.

by Al Bravo on 16 July 2019 - 20:07

Lol. Ok well bred puppy with a nice pedigree.
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by Hundmutter on 17 July 2019 - 06:07

But leaving breeding expectations aside, Omg Smile... agree with ValK on the practical question asked. You just need to 'suck it and see' for the first few sessions, I think, and leave it out for a while if he does not seem very interested at first.

by Al Bravo on 17 July 2019 - 12:07

Ok thanks for the info.

by Animal Haven on 17 July 2019 - 22:07

Al Bravo

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by Mackenzie on 24 July 2019 - 16:07

Al Bravo - why don’t you spend time with your pup and develop it’s character instead of worrying about when to start the sleeve work. That way will make sure that the pup has the chance to develop and be suitable for the bite work. The bitework is a dangerous exercise and not all dogs are suitable for this training regardless of pedigree.

Mackenzie

by Mackenzie on 24 July 2019 - 16:07

Sorry, posted twice by accident

Mackenzie


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