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 Post subject: possum problem
PostPosted: Thu Jan 11, 2007 8:09 am 
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i have a problem with one of my pups. if the coons are moving shes hard to beat. shes a heck of a hunter and will fire off every time. but when the coons arnt feeding she like to tree a possum. she knows shes doing wrong because she'll only half tree and come to me with her head down and her tail bettwen her legs. ive tried beating her and smothering her. nothing seems to work. shes a good prosect, and has the making of a champion. i dont want to ruin her, so does anyone know of another way to try to break her.


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HOW OLD IS THIS DOG? ... YOUR BEATING IT??? FOR TREEING??? LOL SPEND SOME MONEY ON AN E COLLAR OR FIND SOMEONE WITH AND E COLLAR AND SEE IF THEY WILL LET YOU BORROW IT...


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it aint a good idea to beat your dog.my dog must of been beat when she was younger and i am now just getting her starting to get used to me and not scared she is a year and a half


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I don't think beating a dog is ever the answer. I do hear the shock collars work wonders though.


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shock collar is the way to go but i mean if u dont have one then dont do what theyre callin beat the dog just a good stinging switch is the next best way to discipline a dog


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tie a dead possum to the dogs collor for severl days


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treechoppinredticks wrote:
tie a dead possum to the dogs collor for severl days


WHAT? i dont see how thats gonna help....Maybe it works but no offense i dont see what thats gonna do except have your dog smellin like a stinky old grinner

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treechoppinredticks wrote:
tie a dead possum to the dogs collor for severl days


WHAT? i dont see how thats gonna help....Maybe it works but no offense i dont see what thats gonna do except have your dog smellin like a stinky old grinner
i agree with murdock


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dead possum around neck works on about 10 % not enough for me to do it. shock collar and possum on road works good


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ive heard good things bout those scent holding breaking collars if that dont work pour some ammonia on the possum if your dog gets ahold of one on the ground and then let your dog loose again they wont touch it and wont want to get another that worked for my buddy who had the same problem


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i have beat a dog off deer and it works wonders but tri tronics teaches em the best


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shoot it out to the dog let it taste it and shock the ##*%* out of it and keep shocking it. hook the dog up and pull it towards it and if it goes shock it again if it pulls to run from it then its over... one time for my dog worked


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some dogs just tree possums it happens i wouldent worry about it unless u got a bunch of money in the dog


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yeah some dogs do. but its a easy fix in most cases. so why would you let them do it. comp dog or house dog doesnt matter. id hate to walk a mile to a tree and have another grinner looking at me if i could have stopped it


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i also bnelieve beatinmg isnt the answer are you in a bad coon population if so maybe shes just to excited ans wants to tree what ever she puts up a tree how old is she id drop out so coon to her and really pet her up we she trees coon but do the oppisite when she has a possum just hook her up say nothing to her and walk her down and then let looses i believe this could work better on you and her again is the coon population really thin where you hunt at least she trees and stays there after i believe she sees your not happy with her treein poss i believe she will break her self unless the dog is old let me know what happens


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