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  1. doofaloofa is online now
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    Keeping my bitch under control

    Dog training

    Every dog should be trained, and under control, especially large ones

    When I see some dog owner running after thier ill disciplined dog, screaming its name, I snear.

    Get your bitch under control!

    I always make sure my dogs are well trained (well, mostly)



    This one's OK, but my last dog, Doofa, would bark on command. It's pretty tricky getting a dog to bark on command

    I would be interested to hear from other Bullies who train dogs or have an intrest in dog obedience

    I just wish my training techniques would work on the kids!
    Considered in the abstract the boxing ring is an altar of sorts, one of those legendary spaces where the laws of a nation are suspended: inside the ropes, during an officially regulated three-minute round, a man may be killed by his opponent's hands but he cannot be legally murdered. Boxing inhabits a sacred space predating civilization; or, to use D.H. Lawrence's phrase, before God was love. If it suggests a savage ceremony or a rite of atonement it also suggests the futility of such gestures. For what possible atonement is the fight waged if it must shortly be waged again... and again? The boxing match is the very image, the more terrifying for being so stylized, of mankind's collective aggression; its ongoing historical madness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by doofaloofa View Post
    I just wish my training techniques would work on the kids!
    You sure that they don't?
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    Man, I thought this was going to be a thread about muzzle devices, choke chains and radio perimiter shock collars...








    ...but then I saw that it is about dogs...
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    That dog looks like it's having a great time!

    which is odd considering it's apparently being stalked by a heavy breather.
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    Good work on the tags lads...very drole

    Anyway, dog training...
    Considered in the abstract the boxing ring is an altar of sorts, one of those legendary spaces where the laws of a nation are suspended: inside the ropes, during an officially regulated three-minute round, a man may be killed by his opponent's hands but he cannot be legally murdered. Boxing inhabits a sacred space predating civilization; or, to use D.H. Lawrence's phrase, before God was love. If it suggests a savage ceremony or a rite of atonement it also suggests the futility of such gestures. For what possible atonement is the fight waged if it must shortly be waged again... and again? The boxing match is the very image, the more terrifying for being so stylized, of mankind's collective aggression; its ongoing historical madness.
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    What?? Dogs can be trained?? I thought they were just walking garbage disposals, or furry vacuums.
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    Thoroughly disappointed ! When I saw the title, I thought for sure this was going to be a disscusion about our "better" halves.
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    A friend of mine was an animal trainer for the San Diego Zoo, and I was with her to watch some sea lion and dolphin trainers do their thing in Mexico. I asked her what she looked for in the trainers. One of the main things, she said, was making sure they do the right thing completely after your signal before rewarding them. For example, she noticed that one time when a trainer gave a dolphin the signal to swim all the way around the tank, it cut a corner, so the trainer had the animal do it again before giving it a fish. Apparently this principle is pretty consistent when it comes to training animals.
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    Apparently this principle is pretty consistent when it comes to training animals.
    It should be consistent with training in general.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bneterasedmynam View Post
    What?? Dogs can be trained?? I thought they were just walking garbage disposals, or furry vacuums.
    Oh that you were so usefull

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    Thoroughly disappointed ! When I saw the title, I thought for sure this was going to be a disscusion about our "better" halves.
    Wrong forum dude

    Quote Originally Posted by Permalost View Post
    A friend of mine was an animal trainer for the San Diego Zoo, and I was with her to watch some sea lion and dolphin trainers do their thing in Mexico. I asked her what she looked for in the trainers. One of the main things, she said, was making sure they do the right thing completely after your signal before rewarding them. For example, she noticed that one time when a trainer gave a dolphin the signal to swim all the way around the tank, it cut a corner, so the trainer had the animal do it again before giving it a fish. Apparently this principle is pretty consistent when it comes to training animals.
    I'm not mad keen on food rewards for training dogs. I prefer play/attention rewards
    Considered in the abstract the boxing ring is an altar of sorts, one of those legendary spaces where the laws of a nation are suspended: inside the ropes, during an officially regulated three-minute round, a man may be killed by his opponent's hands but he cannot be legally murdered. Boxing inhabits a sacred space predating civilization; or, to use D.H. Lawrence's phrase, before God was love. If it suggests a savage ceremony or a rite of atonement it also suggests the futility of such gestures. For what possible atonement is the fight waged if it must shortly be waged again... and again? The boxing match is the very image, the more terrifying for being so stylized, of mankind's collective aggression; its ongoing historical madness.
    Joyce Carol Oates, On Boxing
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