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I like watching the dog shows on Animal Planet. Usually I watch them more for entertainment and some information. Guess I just like watching dog shows and seeing everything turn out well for the owners and dogs.

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My mom loves him and she sent me 2 dvd's of his for my birthday. I watched the first one and it taught me a lot. He makes a lot of sense but its so hard to not treat them like your baby when in our minds they are! :lol: I also like the lady from that Me or the Dogs show. Im going to enjoy going through her website so TY for the link! :D
 

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Doodlesville said:
I also like the lady from that Me or the Dogs show.
:lol: :lol:

I like her too she does not hold much bad,, she tickles me sometimes :lol:
tells it like it is~~~ which i like alot

:lol: I saw one show she did that was just heartbreaking. This lady had gotten a bull dog and had 2 trainers give her different collars to "train" it. One was a shock collar and one was a spray collar. I wanted to smack the lady!!! Thankfully she got straitened out and was even given a taste of that shock collar!
 

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Doodlesville said:
(she is a herding breed)
That has nothing to do with it,,I have bred raised and trained "herding breeds" most of my life,
NON of mine do that just because they are a "herding breed" it all depends on socalization and training,,
sorry i just cringed at that comment
Sorry if I offended you here... I didn't mean she was aggressive because she was a herding bread I just meant that I think she might have been trying to herd my husband and nipped/bit the back of his leg to do so. She probably did this because she is untrained and has no structure and has never been taught this is wrong. Again, sorry if I offended you, I wasn't trying to make a blanket statement about herding dogs just trying to explain her behavior.
 

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Wow lots of posts! :D :shock: :D I haven't been on all weekend

I think I like watching his show b/c he does help so many people out. He gets people to see a different side of training a dog and they end up enjoying it. Who doesn't want to see someone getting along with their dog. It's like a bunch of happy endings....well usually, not everyone is fortunate.

That Victoria Stilwill chic (It's me or the dog) is funny. I love her reactions when seeing how people can't control/handle their dogs or the unthinkable things they have let their dogs do. She has some different methods that I like too. It's also funny to see Cesar pant/sniff/yip/bark/growl/act like a dog! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
 

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I just cringe when people have this misconception , it is scary
all dogs are NOT like our doodles, the sad thing, PEOPLE create the problem, I dont want a dog killed because of someones ignorance, i want anything and everything done to get the dog back on track,,,
i cannot say this enough,,Dogs are dogs,, they are NOT people or Children, treat them as such all that does is CREATE problems
In order to get a handle you MUST get down to their LEVEL and rehabilitate them
Totally agree
 

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I very much agree with James Cromwell that says "Pets are humanizing. They remind us we have an obligation and responsibility to preserve and nurture and care for all life". If you don't want to take the responsibility better not get any.
 
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