|What you think?
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|Author:||tlewis_2003 [ Mon Nov 14, 2011 8:32 am ]|
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Spend more time in the woods, even if you have not trapped a raccoon. This provides a transition for your coon dog to begin searching for raccoons on his own and affords you a chance to train him to run only raccoons up trees. Sooner or later, your coon dog will pick up the scent of a squirrel or other animal and call you to a tree that does not have a raccoon. Walk over to the tree and inspect it to make certain there is no raccoon. If there is not, tell your coon dog "No" in a firm voice, then walk away without reacting to the tree. The coon dog will quickly distinguish between treeing a raccoon and getting rewarded versus no reward for other animals
Read this on a website. Wondering if anyone has just ever tried telling there dog no and walking away and it worked. I doubt it but was just curious.
|Author:||bawl_mouth [ Mon Nov 14, 2011 10:33 pm ]|
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Never worked for me. You need to woop him and send him on. Just remember to rub him up as much as you woop him when he trees straight