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who has jumpers and how do u stop them

Discussion in 'American Bulldog' started by allmud, Oct 4, 2014.

  1. allmud

    allmud Puppy

    well tig is 22mths old now
    and hes dam good dog
    dumb as2 planks of wood lol
    but hes started to jump my fence (its 6 foot)
    how have u stopped yours jumping?
     
  2. DancesWithCurs

    DancesWithCurs Good Dog

    Either chain him or pen him
     
  3. evilfriends

    evilfriends Little Dog

    Fence jumping? Strict supervision or my dog goes on his chain spot.
     
  4. GoingPostal

    GoingPostal Good Dog

    He stays on lead or tethered. 6 foot fence and he'll go right over it otherwise.
     
  5. _unoriginal

    _unoriginal Cow Dog Staff Member Super Moderator

    Sometimes even supervision isn't enough. A determined dog will be gone before you even realize what he's doing.
     
  6. evilfriends

    evilfriends Little Dog

    That's true.
     
  7. shotgun_wg

    shotgun_wg Little Dog

    Wire fence angled in 2 feet to the inside on top of fence.


    Shotgun
    Arkansas
     
  8. catchrcall

    catchrcall Good Dog Staff Member Super Moderator

    hot wire
     
  9. NobodyHere

    NobodyHere Guest

    Not a fan of leaving dogs loose in yards because aside from potentially jumping a fence there's usually all sorts of shit for them to get into, eat, injure or kill themselves on...but if for whatever reason you can't set up a chainspot, hotwire like Catchrcall said (may not work depending on how determined the dog is to get out) or set up coyote/roll bars. More importantly, give your dog things to do while he's out there. Dogs need mental stimulation, and if you don't provide it, especially for a bulldog, they'll create their own.
     
  10. catchrcall

    catchrcall Good Dog Staff Member Super Moderator

    I use it mainly for just discouraging the urge to jump my fence. I will supervise them while they shock themselves a couple times. It does wonders for changing a dog's attitude toward which side of the fence they should be on.
     
  11. Swiper

    Swiper Little Dog

    Are those coyote roll bars the white pvc tubes mounted horizontally across the top of the fence?
     
  12. Buca

    Buca Little Dog

    Ugh I'm having the "jump" problem myself now..

    He jumps out standard chain link in 3 different spots.

    So... The obvious choice is to buy a chain, hook it to one of the fences problem solved..

    Wrong. He hated being chained up and totally disregards the fact he started to hurt himself by tugging relentlessly.

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    That mark under his collar is from where the part of his chain hooked on to his collar rubbed up against him so much in a week he rubbed it raw. Took about two weeks to heal up. So now I just crate him until I can get a good harness around Christmas.
     
  13. BCdogs

    BCdogs Good Dog Staff Member Super Moderator

    A little off topic, but what's that red welt on your dog's chest?
     
  14. TannerG

    TannerG Boss Member

    Tether

    Sent from my XT1031
     
  15. Buca

    Buca Little Dog

    That's where the clip on his chain rubbed up against him. I tried chaining him up for a week, and within that time the clip rubbed his fur raw.

    So like I said in waiting until Christmas now so I can buy a good leather harness and then I can chain him up with no worries of it hurting him again.
     
  16. BCdogs

    BCdogs Good Dog Staff Member Super Moderator

    Oh, I see. You might want to consider a durable padded harness instead of leather. Stillwater has some good ones. If he's prone to yanking on the chain, a leather one may just cut/chafe his skin still, especially under the armpits. I've never seen someone use a harness on a chain spot though.
     
  17. Buca

    Buca Little Dog

    Yeah was gonna go with Stillwaters harness that he can also weight pull with, I'm pretty sure it's padded.

    But my main concern was having the clip on the back. But you brought up a good point with the chafing/cutting due to the excessive tugging.
     
  18. ShanaRowan

    ShanaRowan FlirtPolin' Premium Member

    I wouldn't recommend using a weight pull harness as a tie-out harness...
     
  19. TannerG

    TannerG Boss Member

    Don't use a harness on a tie out get a 1.5 or 2 inch collar

    Sent from my XT1031
     
  20. Buca

    Buca Little Dog

    How will that help with the clip rubbing at the end of the chain?
    I wanted the harness so it's on his back and if he pulls it won't rub him raw again.
     

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