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  1. Hi, I just have a minute to post and Tayamni, who is great on leash - has an almost total disregard for me off leash. She is 15 months old now. At 11 months I finally got her to come part way to me in the dog park - at least she'll change direction and head in my direction. It's a start ..... In the backyard she makes it known it is her decision that she is listening to me. In a large area she thinks ear shot is a good distance and if I haven't called before she's out of range - "Oh well". She's a very independent thinker and I do marvel when I can watch her eye movements (in the
  2. I found this by accident on the World Wide Web. She is NOT talking about AI Dogs and yet her 5 tips are worth the font they are typed in! http://www.themoderndogtrainer.net/training-primitive-dogs/
  3. The other day, we were in my car driving to the hardware store......I drive a mustang convertible with electric windows. Rain likes to hang out the window so far that I got a harness for her so I wouldn't loose her. However that day, I had the windows up part way so she couldn't do her typical "hang out the window pose." BUT she could stand on the arm rest, and thus stood on the window toggle switch and up went the window. Fortunately being of quick body and mind she felt the window going up and jumped away thus jumped off the switch and the window stopped going up. Lesson learned: Al
  4. http://www.kreativekennels.com/articles/dog-parks.htm
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