Natural Jumbo Cow Ears & Lamb Ears for Dogs – Downtown Pet Supply

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I have NOT trained guard dogs, but I have several years training labs for field trials. To make a good, solid dog, I use a method called "force breaking". Animals rights people hate this, but it works, you do it once, and then the dogs knows their limits.

Part of your problem is the dog is not obeying you - that results from the dog not having enough negative stuff to overpower his natural tendencies. When we force break a dog, it is strong negative stimulus for unwanted behavior followed by positive when the behavior is ceased or the wanted behavior is accomplished.

Screaming at a misbehaving dog only feeds into his excitement.

What I would try, if it were my lambs and my dog and I know what I do from labs, is force breaking the dog. But to do that, you need a calm lamb, a choke collar and some time.

If you don't have an hour a day to do this for a few weeks, then I would say to get rid of the dog and get another that you can train from a pup.

If you want to know how I force break labs for hunting, then send me a message. I do not want to post this because I don't need the aggravation from those who view dogs as people.
Are all natural Lamb ears healthy for dogs - JustAnswer
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Smokehouse Puffed lamb ears are a great long lasting treat made here in the U.S.A. They are unique and offer your dog the great taste of lamb. Puffed lamb ears, along with our other lamb treats, are great for dogs with sensitivities to beef, pork and chicken treats. Great for smaller dogs.
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Photo provided by FlickrOur assortment of lamb treats for dogs features chewy favorites like lamb ears and lamb lung filets
Photo provided by FlickrLamb Ears Dog Treats are a great option for smaller dogs to chew on and larger dogs to snack on
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Smokehouse Puffed lamb ears are a great long lasting treat made here in the U.S.A. They are unique and offer your dog the great taste of lamb. Puffed lamb ears, along with our other lamb treats, are great for dogs with sensitivities to beef, pork and chicken treats. Great for smaller dogs.Our lamb ears contain no additives or preservatives, so you can feel good about giving them to your dog. Veterinarians have been recommending lamb as an alternative to beef and pork for years for dogs who have allergies. If your dog is already on a lamb diet, giving him lamb ears as a treat is sure to brighten his day.As far as your dog is concerned, any time is a good time for lamb ears. But if you want a practical use for lamb ears for dogs, try this: the next time you have to leave your dog for an extended period, give him a lamb ear when you're almost out the door. It will not only distract him from destructive chewing while you're gone, it will also create a positive association with being left alone. Perhaps a dog cone on the lamb would prorect the lamb's ears.

I may be in the minority here, butdogs that maul my livestock or suck eggs are not going to live long on my place. No matter how much I care for it. one of my year old guardian dogs has started chewing on lamb's ears. he did it once, i removed that lamb til it healed, and he did it again to the same lamb...she is the most docile of the bunch. i took him by the collar and shook him 3 times as i put his nose on her ear and yelled no. he seemed repentant, but when i let go, OMG! he tore into his sister with such fury it took my breath away. they went at it for what seemed like forever and came out of it limping and exhausted. i never want to do that again! if he had come at me that way, i wouldn't be sitting here typing today, that's for sure! Anyway, i've been looking online for something to put on lamb ears that will be bitter and nasty, but weather resistant. i am only finding commercial sprays for indoor house dogs, and that won't do. anyone have any experience with this and suggestions?Lamb Ears are a great option for smaller dogs to chew on and as a healthy treat for medium dogs. These all-natural dog chews are low in fat and cause little to no mess!