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BWAH-ha-ha-ha!! OMG, its hysterical...

Discussion in 'Dog Training and Behaviour' started by leashedForLife, Jun 2, 2010.


  1. leashedForLife

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  2. davehyde

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    so my dog has an urge to be pulled toward things like a magnet?

    an erotic attraction toward a smelly bush in the distance?

    well pretty soon he will be having wet dreams about steaming piles of turds to smell?

    lovely cant wait!
     
  3. MerlinsMum

    MerlinsMum PetForums VIP

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    Gah, Freud's research was skewed anyway! :lol:
     
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    Colette PetForums VIP

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    Brilliant - inspired - I honestly didn't know a person could use quite so many words just to say "be fun and interesting and nice to your dog if you want it to come to you".
     
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    Nicky10 PetForums VIP

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    :lol: Tell me that person was joking or something? I can get where the basic chemistry stuff makes sense but seriously
     
  6. leashedForLife

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    this isn;t IMO his best-effort to date, collette -
    for a real laugh-fest, see the one on Why Behavior Science is Failing Our Dogs...
    its the sequel to this -
    Of Mice and Mutts: Why Behavioral Science Is Losing the Training Wars | Psychology Today

    the rebuttal by *eric goebelbecker* on Dog-Star-Daily is not nearly as funny, but punctures the balloon of rhetoric.
    Comparing apples and oranges and coming up with magic beans | Dog Star Daily


    more fun + twisted theorizing -
    Of Mice and Mutts: Is Behavioral Science Failing Our Dogs? | Psychology Today
    the judicious application of emotional-energy gets his dog to stop scarfing moldy pizza-crusts from the kerb...
    satisfying his primordial urge to connect to his environment. :huh: yup, U read it right. :lol: my FAVE... so far.


    Of Mice and Mutts III: The Negative Effects of Positive Reinforcement | Psychology Today


    behans energy-theory of dog-behavior
    Of Mice and Mutts IV (Conclusion): All Dogs Are Good Dogs at Heart | Psychology Today
     
  7. leashedForLife

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    nope, LCK is a long-time fellow on a trainers-and-APOs list in the States...
    he truly, really, honestly believes this - as written, no satire.




    :scared: yup. :p
     
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