Dowsing Animals to Understand Behavorial Problems

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Dowsing Animals to Understand Behavorial Problems

Postby Hillary » Thu Jan 31, 2013 10:07 pm

Please accept my apology if this topic is not under the correct Topic Heading. Have any of the dowsing
members of this Forum dowsed animals? I have a just turning 9 month old Newfoundland puppie who
pretty much out of no where aggressive behavior since he was about 3 months old.
He began mouthing, nipping, barking, and jumping on us. He continues to do this with no cause at times.
I have tried dowsing cause and resolution and am not learning much. His name is Sirius. If anyone
has successfully worked with an animal and are able to dowse him any feedback would be helpful.

Sirius is very smart which has been noted by several trainers that have taught him basic and intermediate commands. He can
even catch a ball.
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Re: Dowsing Animals to Understand Behavorial Problems

Postby Helen-Healing » Fri Feb 01, 2013 3:49 pm

Hillary - no I have not dowsed a dog before, but mouthing, nipping, barking, and jumping are typical things that puppies do!
They have boundless energy & want attention and 'something to do'. If he were with his pack siblings, this is what he'd be doing with them but, as he's alone now, he does it with you!

I have a 2 year old shih tzu who thought he could get away with this too! Socialise him a lot with other dogs - in the park, for instance - play fetch with him at home, then make him understand that you need your own time. Give him plenty of toys. Praise him a lot when he's calm. Mouthing & nipping must be ignored immediately - by that I mean ignoring the dog.

Sorry, but I don't think dowsing is really relevant in this case.
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Re: Dowsing Animals to Understand Behavorial Problems

Postby Hillary » Fri Feb 01, 2013 4:05 pm

Thank you Helen for your response, but this dog is 100 lbs and has bitten me on the hands and arms breaking the skin leaving my
hands and arms bleeding. He sometimes without cause starts to growl, then profusely bark without stop and jumps on me.
He refuses to stop when I say NO to him. This is a serious problem. When he is with a trainer he does not show his temper.
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Re: Dowsing Animals to Understand Behavorial Problems

Postby arthur hamlin » Fri Feb 01, 2013 10:35 pm

Hello Hillary,

I have a pack of dogs in a house next to me and when they get let out into the garden they go beserk.
It appears their owners are not stern enough with them as I can here them say quite quietly to stop but they still go barking etc.

As you say when the trainer is there it does not create, so may be you need to stamp your authority more robustly.
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Re: Dowsing Animals to Understand Behavorial Problems

Postby ledgehammer » Sat Feb 02, 2013 12:23 am

Hillary wrote:Thank you Helen for your response, but this dog is 100 lbs and has bitten me on the hands and arms breaking the skin leaving my
hands and arms bleeding. He sometimes without cause starts to growl, then profusely bark without stop and jumps on me.
He refuses to stop when I say NO to him. This is a serious problem. When he is with a trainer he does not show his temper.


Hillary,

Have you dowsed your own health here (a very long shot), perhaps your arms ? are they the focal point?

Has your dog always been in your care, is it a rescue dog?

I have a very good friend who is firstly a dog handler, and secondarily a medium, I could ask her for you if you wish > this may take some time as I am really busy at the moment,

other than that I hope your problem rectifies itself

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Re: Dowsing Animals to Understand Behavorial Problems

Postby simonwheeler » Sat Feb 02, 2013 9:56 am

Hillary.
I carried out a very quick dowsing session- I actually prefer to work with animals face to face.
The only really positive thing I can suggest is that you have a close look at his sleeping arrangements. I have no idea what that means exactly as I felt that was all I could do for now. If it helps, I discounted wider environmental factors, food and while maybe Tom says your own health is a "very long shot", there may well be a slight influence there, too. But the sleep thing is what got the biggest reaction for me.
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Re: Dowsing Animals to Understand Behavorial Problems

Postby Hillary » Sat Feb 02, 2013 5:40 pm

Many thanks to all responsing to my question regarding Sirius' behavoir. Following your suggestions, dowsing my arms,
hands and the sleeping arrangement as a focal point - dowsing 0.

Arthur your comment about his needing a more commanding presence has been stated by the trainer saying I am too soft. But
the dog responds similiarly to my husband who is a little more in control of him.

Tom, it would be interesting to hear what your friend the medium has to say about Sirius.

Keep in mind that socially with outsiders Sirius is great and appropriate with both dogs and people.
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Re: Dowsing Animals to Understand Behavorial Problems

Postby Helen-Healing » Sun Feb 03, 2013 12:58 am

Hillary, are you afraid of the dog? If you are - even a teeny bit - he will pick up on this, which may cause aggression.

I know this is not a human-on-dog instance, but for a year I had a small dog who was terrified of other dogs, and he got attacked over & over again in the park! The other dogs just homed in on his fear.
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Re: Dowsing Animals to Understand Behavorial Problems

Postby Hillary » Sun Feb 03, 2013 1:14 am

When I am alone with Siruis I a little leary and in wait of the possibility that he will jump me, bark and may attempt to bite.
It takes a lot of energy to subdue him if this occurs.
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Re: Dowsing Animals to Understand Behavorial Problems

Postby ledgehammer » Sun Feb 03, 2013 2:08 am

Hillary wrote:Many thanks to all responsing to my question regarding Sirius' behavoir. Following your suggestions, dowsing my arms,
hands and the sleeping arrangement as a focal point - dowsing 0.

Arthur your comment about his needing a more commanding presence has been stated by the trainer saying I am too soft. But
the dog responds similiarly to my husband who is a little more in control of him.

Tom, it would be interesting to hear what your friend the medium has to say about Sirius.

Keep in mind that socially with outsiders Sirius is great and appropriate with both dogs and people.


Hillary,

I shall ask, when I see her next - im not sure if its more of a handling problem or something deeper, but either way she should have some interesting things which may or may not help.

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