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Whining in the blind help!!!

Postby Duckbusterkerr21 » Mon Nov 11, 2013 9:58 pm

I have a year and a half old pup that whines in the blind it's not very loud but I won't to brake him of it be for it gets worse. I don't let him out of the blind until he is quite just need some hints on getting him silent in the blind.
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Re: Whining in the blind help!!!

Postby alice » Tue Nov 12, 2013 12:02 am

IF you attack other people on this forum, you will get a suspension/timeout/removal immediately. This is a place to talk about dogs for crying out loud, not a place to be a jerk continuously. If you keep doing it you're gonna have to find another place to do it.
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Re: Whining in the blind help!!!

Postby wanapasaki » Tue Nov 12, 2013 12:24 am

alice wrote:IF you attack other people on this forum, you will get a suspension/timeout/removal immediately. This is a place to talk about dogs for crying out loud, not a place to be a jerk continuously. If you keep doing it you're gonna have to find another place to do it.



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Dude, my last dog did the same thing.. Iris.. "Hush" and i'd make her lay down. She wouldn't take her eyes off of me. When she would whine, I would hush her. Getting him to quiet down with a que, and constantly enforcing it will get him/her over it. I wouldn't be too worried about the whimpering anymore though. Wish my new pup had that kind of drive to fetch birds. In all reality, i might make your nerves uneasy on an exciting hunt, but remember, taking your dog, is like take a child hunting with the maturity of a 5 year old! Sounds like you have a dog with a hell of a drive.. Enjoy it!
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Re: Whining in the blind help!!!

Postby Irishwhistler » Tue Nov 12, 2013 6:10 am

Whining on the part of a Labrador gundogmis unacceptable behavior in a blind and should not ve tolerated inmother environments as well. The dog needs to be made known that it is not permissable to whine, and you need to make sure you and others that are constantly around your Lab, are not reinforcing this behavior in any way. A staunch program of effort to extinguish the whining behavior leading to extinction of any display of such behavior is highly recommended. Very few serious hunters will tolerate a whining retriever in their blind. Jump on it fast and relentlessly. Good luck.

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Re: Whining in the blind help!!!

Postby Spry Yellowdog » Tue Nov 12, 2013 7:21 am

Whining can be a real challange to stop. I don't believe most dogs that do it even know there doing it.
So correcting it or stopping it is tough since they don't understand what the correction is for. My advise is
try to get the dog to understand what it is doing then you have a base to work from. Also try to get them to relax.
Show them what quiet time is and that it's ok to just sit there and if they move they get corrected.
I also believe its heredity in many dog and that even make the challange larger. Good Luck....

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Re: Whining in the blind help!!!

Postby talltimber » Tue Nov 12, 2013 9:08 am

I agree. Mine did it, plus yipped, when really worked up and excited when ducks were close. It was my fault, one I won't make again if I ever start another one.
Live pigeons/ducks in training, as recommended by Rick Hall, Inda, and plenty of others. I followed a program, haven't looked back at it, but don't remember anything about live bird work. Maybe it did, and I blew it off, idk. But I think it is real important now on a dog with a lot of bird. I won't start another without them. Takes too long trying to quiet one on hunts. At the time, I didn't think that a guy could duplicate close enough the excitement of the hunt by using birds in the yard. I'm thinking now I was probably wrong.
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Re: Whining in the blind help!!!

Postby Duckbusterkerr21 » Tue Nov 12, 2013 9:57 am

Thanks everybody for your advice.
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