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    Default Re: Coins in a can and stubborn as a mule.....

    @karenben water only works if your bully isnt water obsessed. haha I use water on Mugsy and it works wonders. If I squirt Cutty he looks at me like " Can you do it again?!" haha

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    Default Re: Coins in a can and stubborn as a mule.....

    ,annie too loves water ,when i started to squirt her she didnt see it comming and got such a shock,i also shouted leave it at her at the same time,sure the neighbors thought i was shouting at my old man!!!!!perhaps the element of surprise did the trick more than the actual water,karen

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    Default Re: Coins in a can and stubborn as a mule.....

    I have been using the can for a week for a biter, with AMAZING results. I really only have to reach for the can at this point. @lucy-licious--I put 10 pennies in a coke can and put duct tape over the top. I have one in every room and outside!

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    Hmmm...never thought to use it to stop rough play...might have to break out the cans!

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    Default Re: Coins in a can and stubborn as a mule.....

    Quote Originally Posted by JAKEISGREAT View Post
    Bahaaaaaaaaa....surely you jest..Jeanne..Jake is..after all..a bulldog! He puts his ears back and does what he wants to do!! I JUST told my husband I was going to try this. Then I read your post. Lol..he is so stubborn..I am in awe. And my dean dog has a horrible barking issue when people come..even barks at me when I come BACK from getting the mail..THIS is gonna be fun!
    I jest indeed :hahaha: I don't think my husband understands the Bulldog way, heck I don't even understand it yet. Jack our other pup barks at us sometimes when we come in, Wilson on the other hand, we get his cute 100mph wiggle cork screw tail a waggin, makes me smile every time.

    Making the coin can is easy.

    1. Get can and take off top
    2. Clean can out to avoid future stinky.
    3. Insert coins of your choice, pennies are cheaper. (you can use screws too)
    4. Get duck tape (color is up to you.
    5. Cut duck tape to about 4" or tear with your teeth (my preferred method).
    6. Cover opened end of can with duck tape. I criss-crossed the tape to make it strong.
    7. Optional: Cut another piece of duck tape about 7" and tape it around the entire side of can to cover up the tape ends. Only do this if you have OCD issues like me and like me and want it nice and neat.
    8. Now this is important, shake can and say your command but do not shout it at your pup, dog, husband, friend, bossman/bosswoman, etc., and the unwanted action will stop immediately.


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    Quote Originally Posted by GatorRay View Post
    Hmmm...never thought to use it to stop rough play...might have to break out the cans!
    Betty, the rough play is about the only thing I use the can for with Wilson & Jack. It's been wonderful.

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    Thank you @JeannieCO I swear, Gypsy and Gator won't leave each other alone! They went at it really rough the other day and I just made a really loud noise and they stopped. They are playing, not "having issues" so to speak but geesh!

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    Default Re: Coins in a can and stubborn as a mule.....

    You're very welcome Betty. Wilson (our bully puppy) and Jack (our AmStaff puppy) play very rough, usually instigated by Wilson. Wilson is just a rough player and I want to be able to control two strong dogs as they get older. Best to get control of it now while they're young still. Our boys don't have any issues either other than playing really rough at times, they just don't know when to stop. Enjoy your can .

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