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Old 07-25-2012, 08:52 PM
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It's really insanely impressive to me to see a team heel an IPO routine.

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Old 07-25-2012, 09:26 PM
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Love precision heeling/competition ob. Well, I haven't bothered to compete, but I like watching it and I like training it.

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My dogs were adding on to their rally routine, especially Summer. 'But wouldn't this be more fun if I added a spin here and then played dead when you told me to down/stay?' Mia took the jump at full agility speed too. I know I know... we should train harder. At least I find it more amusing when they improvise.
Hahaha...I've sworn up and down I will never teach a dog 'roll over' ever again. I taught Casey that, and every time I asked her to down she would roll over. Yikes. I taught Romeo to spin too and it's now his default behavior if I make a crappy hand signal or he's confused.
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Old 07-25-2012, 09:56 PM
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I refuse to train shake, Arnold does it as a default and after 8 yrs of being punched when he wants something no more! lol
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Old 07-25-2012, 10:10 PM
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How are mals living in multidog households? Obviously you have several dogs Adrianne and are defying the odds with bully breeds and mals, but how are they overall? I do have a secret interest in them (not until after I own my own house, however, if ever). They really do seem like they would be fun as hell...is it bad those vids don't scare me at all?
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Old 07-25-2012, 11:26 PM
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This doesn't even phase me anymore.

I looked down and found Backup chewing a Nyla bone through the sheet.

Yup, my dog is a destructive ne'er do well.

Mine do well with each other. Backup is not a social dog, Sloan does well with dogs though. I definitely appreciated having 2 when they were pups, they could entertain one another when I was over it.
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Old 07-26-2012, 07:44 AM
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Aeri is generally a mush with other dogs, but we have had a few arguments between her and Snipe, though I'm pretty sure Snipe started them.
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Old 07-27-2012, 01:49 AM
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I know I don't have a Mal, but I do have a Dutchie

Indy so far can be a bitchy bitch. Especially with Ozzy. It's like she enjoys pushing his buttons (she probably does) and goes out of her way to f*ck with him. That seems to be her thing lol. Enzo she ignores, so I know it's not SSA, but Ozzy seems to have a "kick me" sign on him, because a LOT of dogs are like this with him, so IDK
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I always get confused when people say their dog 'has no off' switch. I think it get thrown around a lot and people mean different things by it. If going by the above criteria then Mia 'has no off switch', even though I think she does. If she's lying still and I so much as move, squeak a toy, or make like I'm going to say something, she's up in a flash, tearing around the room screaming. It takes about a split second to get her from completely at rest to mach10 screaming papillon. But I don't think that means she doesn't have an off switch. She just 'turns on' (for lack of a better word) easily.

When I think of 'no off switch' I think of the dog that paces or spins or is doing something all the time. Am I just using that word totally wrong?
See, my Izze was like that before arthritus in her back got her. She was a working fiend, there was this steer at the place we used to work at that was separated into the front pen to be fattened for slaughter, & a few times I had to call her ' bring her inside when I was up at our house (which backed right up to the pen almost) bc she would work & f*** with that steer until she dropped from exhaustion if I didn't :/. When I lost her, my life was almost boring I mean I love buddy & Josefina, but they are both "soft" dogs that throw calming signals at the slightest quick move or sign of general agitation from me (I have a tendency to be very vocal when I am working with equipment or something like that) Izze would have been right there wonderif if there was anything she could do to help .

A good amount of mals I have met were like her, which is why think they would be a good fit.
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