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peoples thoughts on 'the deer dog blueprint"
Feb 15th, 2020 at 5:57am
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just like to know  what peoples views are
  
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Re: peoples thoughts on 'the deer dog blueprint"
Reply #1 - Feb 15th, 2020 at 3:02pm
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Re: peoples thoughts on 'the deer dog blueprint"
Reply #2 - Feb 15th, 2020 at 9:41pm
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what is is Alanis Morriset says "good advice you just didnt take"   comes to mind when you ask a question like that.

I guess its like any "training programme"   IF you follow it and stick with it AND follow through with it...results should be top notch....but note there are alot of ifs in there.

time and consistancy have always been and will always be the most important thing to put in....5 minutes every month or so wont cut it.
  
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Re: peoples thoughts on 'the deer dog blueprint"
Reply #3 - Feb 16th, 2020 at 9:05am
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Probably the best thing about it is that you’re not just buying a dvd or book and being left to it. The after sales service is great. Buying the blueprint gives you access to a whole lot of like minded people all helping each other out.

On the flip side though, you could get a dog going half decent by just having a REALLY solid stop command. Thing is though, all dogs have their quirks, and go through phases. Not knowing how handle these things that can get very frustrating.

Paul has a reputation for being very focused with whatever he puts his mind to, whether it’s trapping possums, writing columns for magazines or his book, or his dog training.
  
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Re: peoples thoughts on 'the deer dog blueprint"
Reply #4 - Feb 17th, 2020 at 10:01pm
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If you haven't trained a dog before or have had so so results in the past, it is well worth the money.
As already pointed out the best training style in the world wont achieve much without consistency, patience and perseverance
  
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Re: peoples thoughts on 'the deer dog blueprint"
Reply #5 - Feb 18th, 2020 at 3:58pm
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Micky Duck wrote on Feb 15th, 2020 at 9:41pm:
what is is Alanis Morriset says "good advice you just didnt take"   comes to mind when you ask a question like that.

I guess its like any "training programme"   IF you follow it and stick with it AND follow through with it...results should be top notch....but note there are alot of ifs in there.

time and consistancy have always been and will always be the most important thing to put in....5 minutes every month or so wont cut it.


Yes. Praise and repetition.
  

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Re: peoples thoughts on 'the deer dog blueprint"
Reply #6 - Feb 19th, 2020 at 8:23pm
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Kindness and a safe place alongside the other thoughts here. Ive watched a few of Pauls available vids on Youtube and even though he sometimes applies pressure to the dog, (long line) the dog would hardley notice it because it is so well used and there is never a negative moment for the dog that it will associate it to the trainer. From the trainer comes only direction and praise. Dogs love that. No confusion and no anger or other negativity.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IRY5cNgj510&feature=share&fbclid=IwAR25tmsh2psNp...

Its a lovely thing to see a dog totaly relaxed at your feet.
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Re: peoples thoughts on 'the deer dog blueprint"
Reply #7 - Feb 19th, 2020 at 10:02pm
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His longline method has been a game changer for my bully x pig dog.
Suffers at times from csdd (canine selective deafness disorder).
A 15 minute walk with the longline gets his ears working beautifully again, and he’s a pleasure to have around.
No yelling, no wacking the bastard with a stick, just positive energy with him knowing he can’t get away anything, yet still having some space.
Dogs love knowing where the boundaries are.
  
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Re: peoples thoughts on 'the deer dog blueprint"
Reply #8 - Feb 20th, 2020 at 4:14pm
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wouldn't it be wonderful to be starting out again with a brand new dog.  Smiley
  

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Re: peoples thoughts on 'the deer dog blueprint"
Reply #9 - Feb 21st, 2020 at 6:04am
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thanks, good to hear what people are upto, ive an old dog nearing the end of the cycle of life
  
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