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From: Sharon (
Subject:         Re: Advice for Training frightened (abused?) dog
Date: July 22, 2012 at 7:31 am PST

In Reply to: Advice for Training frightened (abused?) dog posted by Georgi on May 3, 2009 at 9:06 am:

OH NO NO NO!! This guy sucks! Do not listen to him and get rid
of him!! I work in a known pet store, and that is NOT the way to
treat a dog. If you hit an abused dog, soon the dog will be scared
whenever you move your arms. And even may bite your hand in
fear! My dog was a rescued dog who was in a puppy mill since
she was born until she was rescued 7 months later. She is also
afraid of taking walks or going anywhere outside the house. She
is so sweet and I take care of her
Like she's my daughter. You have to be patient and kind. Dogs
may not be people, but to me, they are like having children.
Would you want someone shoving your kid into a time out space
or their bedroom? Would you want someone smacking your kid if
they did something wrong??

IMO, this guy should be banned from going anywhere near an
animal! He is a disgrace!!
I really
Hope you go to someone else. A real trainer will train only
positive, will be patient and kind with the dog, will never EVER
put their hands on the dog in any sort of negative way!
Could you do me a favor? And give me this "trainers" contact
info? I won't mention you, but I want to give him a piece of my
mind. And I'd like to look up his info.

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