I'm sorry, but I can't imagine how a dog could connect this sort of punitive action with "thou shalt not," any more than catching up with the dog hours after an "accident" and whaling the stuffing out of it could teach it not to hike its leg on the sofa. In horses, we talk about a "three second rule" - if you don't get after the horse within 3 seconds of whatever it was, he won't connect the correction with the infraction. Similarly, rewards must be given promptly after a desired response if you want the animal to understand that he has done what you wanted. Besides, having seen countless dogs roll on things like road kill and dead fish, I wouldn't think a dog would find the aroma of putrefying poultry anywhere near as offensive as his owner would.
- POOF Goes the Pooka