Free dog training clinic at Leyton Marsh

Dog owners can get advice on how to control their pet’s behaviour at a free training clinic tomorrow.

Lee Valley Regional Park Authority will hold the event between 9am and 2pm at Leyton Marshes in Lea Bridge Road, Leyton.

Topics to be covered include noise control, aggression management and poor behaviour.

The event comes after a number of high profile dog attacks in the borough recently.

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5:45pm Fri 5 Apr 13

myopinioncounts says...

And they really think that the people who own these aggressive dogs are interested in making them LESS aggressive? Cloud Cuckoo Land comes into mind.
And they really think that the people who own these aggressive dogs are interested in making them LESS aggressive? Cloud Cuckoo Land comes into mind. myopinioncounts

6:26pm Fri 5 Apr 13

Cornbeefur says...

myopinioncounts wrote:
And they really think that the people who own these aggressive dogs are interested in making them LESS aggressive? Cloud Cuckoo Land comes into mind.
I agree totally, even the dog in the photo is wearing Cranberry Tinted Spectacles like whoever dreamed up this hair brained idea.
[quote][p][bold]myopinioncounts[/bold] wrote: And they really think that the people who own these aggressive dogs are interested in making them LESS aggressive? Cloud Cuckoo Land comes into mind.[/p][/quote]I agree totally, even the dog in the photo is wearing Cranberry Tinted Spectacles like whoever dreamed up this hair brained idea. Cornbeefur

6:49pm Sat 6 Apr 13

hatemordor says...

You ignore the fact that there are thousands of rescue dogs, mistreated and ill-raised, who are now in loving homes with owners trying to rehabilitate them. A very tricky task when humans have done so much damage but thankfully there are many responsible people who are thankful for such advice and help in getting their dogs trained.
You ignore the fact that there are thousands of rescue dogs, mistreated and ill-raised, who are now in loving homes with owners trying to rehabilitate them. A very tricky task when humans have done so much damage but thankfully there are many responsible people who are thankful for such advice and help in getting their dogs trained. hatemordor

9:19pm Sat 6 Apr 13

Cornbeefur says...

hatemordor wrote:
You ignore the fact that there are thousands of rescue dogs, mistreated and ill-raised, who are now in loving homes with owners trying to rehabilitate them. A very tricky task when humans have done so much damage but thankfully there are many responsible people who are thankful for such advice and help in getting their dogs trained.
Who is 'you?'
[quote][p][bold]hatemordor[/bold] wrote: You ignore the fact that there are thousands of rescue dogs, mistreated and ill-raised, who are now in loving homes with owners trying to rehabilitate them. A very tricky task when humans have done so much damage but thankfully there are many responsible people who are thankful for such advice and help in getting their dogs trained.[/p][/quote]Who is 'you?' Cornbeefur

4:08pm Sun 7 Apr 13

myopinioncounts says...

I don't think any of the rescue dogs "in loving homes" are likely to have been involved in the high profile dog attacks that the article refers to. Those dog owners left the scene without helping the victims or offering to pay vet bills.
I don't think any of the rescue dogs "in loving homes" are likely to have been involved in the high profile dog attacks that the article refers to. Those dog owners left the scene without helping the victims or offering to pay vet bills. myopinioncounts

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