Ryan29 wrote:I think I am going to disagree with the not being able to give the dog gas. My dog has terrible gas! what's worse is she has actually come over to me, gassed, and then high tailed it out of the room!! It was absolutely hilarious! Then she sits in the other room and wags her tail when you are making gross faces.
Be willing to listen to new ideas and suggestions. A smart man knows that there is always something more he can learn !
That is the absolute truth and gospel. Do you have to get old to learn that?
Don wrote:I have no word's of wisdom. I'd have to credit other's for what ever it is I think I know. But one of my favorite's I read in Amer field and is a quote of Dr. Alvin Nitchman.
He was watching a handler (?) screaming whoa at his dog that was busy running off. He turned to the guy next to him and said"
"I wonder what he tell's that dog when he want's it to stop and stand still"? Think about it.
A hint from Delmar: "pay attention to what your training".
grant wrote:Might be cool if everyone shared a few words of wisdom in regards to training your dog. We all might pickup a few good hints????