Good Article- Expert Dog Trainer Robert Milner Says Heck No to Shock Collars

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  1. bigbrit

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    Same old, same old. Sales must be down.
     
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    Could the "wonderful" Mr. Milner (or any of his disciples) tell us how many Field Trial dogs he has titled ?
    How many "high end" Hunt Test dogs he has titled ?
    How many "low end" Hunt Test dogs he has titled ?

    IMO, he has been and continues to be a "piece".



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    Hunting with out a E collar is like driving a car with out a steering wheel .
    He can do what he likes. Mine will always wear their collars even though 99.9% of the time I never need them , but that one time when I have to get their attention Ill be able too.
     
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    Beware, in general, the unregulated term "expert."

    Bigbrit: Are you not Robert's son?
     
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    Here's a selected excerpt from article.
    Only the naive would fall for that "line of misinformation". I read it and don't feel the least bit swayed to change. :dv

    This dog is wearing an e-collar. Oh my! Look at the effort she is putting into getting away from me. :rolleyes:

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    OMG....this dog is wearing an e-collar, too. It is so obvious he is scared to death about it. :nutz

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    I'm 72years old. Experience has shown me there is quite often more than one way to succeed. The problem is some seem to think their's is abundantly superior to the "misguided and foolish".

    Frankly, this topic has been "flogged" more than enough. Then again, there is a market that needs to be "enhanced" once-in-awhile....."bigbrit".
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    An "ex" is a has been and
    a "spurt" is a drip under pressure.



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    Wow, Jim! That dog must really hate you!!!:eek: Look at him go!

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    My miserable mistreated "british hound" wearing an ecollar, fleeing in abject terror :l:

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    And, the ULTIMATE HORROR: happy British dog being handled by that Sultan of FC Electricity-Danny Farmer :l:

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