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Old 08-04-2012, 09:19 AM
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Old 08-04-2012, 09:22 AM
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I'll say the same thing here I said where I saw this elsewhere - I only got to the part where he said he thinks it's wrong for people to act like bullies, then I laughed so hard I choked on my own spit and passed out. Now I'm afraid to go back and try to read any further.
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Old 08-04-2012, 09:28 AM
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Man is crazy. I just got to this part.

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L: In response to pinning your dog, ***8206;from your book Synergy. ***8220;I have all my clients perform this twice a day for a minimum of twenty repetitions; however you may need to do more.

***8220;Reactions to be aware of during this exercise are grumbling, whining, heavy-breathing, yipping, shrieking, clawing, thrashing, and throwing back the head.

***8220;What your dog has been able to get away with in the past will be one factor in how your dog responds to this exercise. If your dog believes that it has some Alpha dominance in your pack, you will have a harder time. In extreme cases, some dogs that were totally household dominant in their families have defecated or urinated during this exercise. Never stop this exercise until you have won!

***8220;The pinning exercise may take up to 1 hour. Wear a long sleeve shirt, and if your dog is prone to snapping or biting, prepare him with a properly fitted muzzle.***8221;
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Old 08-04-2012, 09:40 AM
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Where's the puking smiley?

I really don't know how this guy still has followers.
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Old 08-04-2012, 09:57 AM
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Where's the puking smiley?

I really don't know how this guy still has followers.
His followers are lunatics... I've had the misfortune of meeting several in my area. Absolute crazies.

A lot of the CTEs are starting to offer agility and competition classes. One in Calgary offers herding too. Despite never competing in it themselves.
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Old 08-04-2012, 10:00 AM
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I'd love to see him try to teach something like agility or another sport. I think that would be... interesting.
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I'd love to see him try to teach something like agility or another sport. I think that would be... interesting.
Yeah, I would LOVE to see him try to do something competitive... I imagine any agility dog of his would be painfully slow.
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Old 08-04-2012, 10:36 AM
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I've never seen his shows or anything..but he sounds like an idiot.

I had to laugh at 'As Adults, we are supposed to be setting a president and an example for the younger generation.' Isn't it precedent?
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Old 08-04-2012, 10:51 AM
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Let's see.... toss the dog on a martingale and drag it over everything, slam it into the contact zones, rip it's head through the weave poles and 'reward' by stopping that to massage the chest. Oh yeah, he'd be good. I'm worried.

I did find the responses a bit of a change over what he's said in the past. I doubt he has any respect for anyone other than his huge head. I like the 'we have standards but you'd have to come take a course and become a CET to find out what they are'.... ick.
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I had to laugh at 'As Adults, we are supposed to be setting a president and an example for the younger generation.' Isn't it precedent?
I wanted to mock that as well, but to be fair, it may have been a phone/live interview and that may be the author's mistake.

Mostly I just want to whip that guy's head into a tree a few times. Do you think he'll defecate because he's been a pompous donkey for so long?
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