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    Quote Originally Posted by Kuri_89 View Post
    oh don't be so (mod was here) pinkest. Now your just trying to pick a fight.
    Right then. Actually, NO, I'm not trying to pick a fight. I was hopeful of an intelligent and reasoned response, based on your earlier assertion that if your dogs can't get out when the door is closed, you shove their faces into their whizz to make a point.

    Well, you've certainly made a point now.
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    One of mine is a 3 year old desexed female, the princess we call her (diva), we have had a few unwitnessed pee's on the carpet rug in the lounge (generally only in wet weather)and until this week, we suspected her but couldnt be sure with 4 dogs.
    Well today, she was the only one in, i had cleaned the rug earlier, and there was a new pee.

    I just need to catch her in the act....and she will get a firm fast wack on the behind. If it is still raining tommorrow, i am going to set her up!
    She only does it as she wont get her feet wet outside when its raining...

    She needs to "toughen up princess"...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinkest View Post
    Right then. Actually, NO, I'm not trying to pick a fight. I was hopeful of an intelligent and reasoned response, based on your earlier assertion that if your dogs can't get out when the door is closed, you shove their faces into their whizz to make a point.

    Well, you've certainly made a point now.
    LMAO Sean, and you thought this would be a safe thread.....
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    LOL at all this, Ill show you my video of my super happy well behaved dog if you show me yours. Cracking me up.

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    Hey Chop, seeing as you liked that...wanna show me a video of your super well behaved balanced dogs in exchange for mine just doing pretty much whatever they want LMAO

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    who knew the word 'stupid' was banned. god i could come up with worse words to call the post (i said don't be so stupid pinkest, not that she/he was stupid). Mod needs to get a grip!

    Pink, you need to reread my post. I have never said i shove their faces in it when the door a closed and they cannot get out. This i have claimed to be my own fault. However if the door or ground level window is open, and i catch them in the act (which i have NEVER done with the dogs, only the cats) i will quite gladly stick their nose over it.

    I think it's funny that their are these little heirachies on a forum. Its the same people who seem gang up and 'belittle' those who they oppose with and claim to have 'scientific knowledge, dog behaviour knowledge - '. I have stated and will state again FOR THE LAST TIME this is the way i do things, these are my animals and that's that. I will change for nobody, and will change what i do when i no longer find it effective. I have not asked for your advice, so keep it to yourself. I am quite happy to change some of the things that I think are wrong (such as Molly's diet) and take on peoples opinion when i ask for it but until then keep your opinions on this matter to yourself because you are only wasting your breath!

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    If you post on a public forum, you will get the publics opinion, deal with it. I learnt that the hard way.

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    So I'm ganging up on you because I want you to answer intelligently instead of flinging around insults? "Don't be stupid" is pretty rude, when I was simply asking a question, which you keep dodging, and then fling around even nastier accusations that you are being targeted by some sort of a-political hierarchy - which could all be avoided, if you would just stop being defensive for a moment and reason out a response that doesn't make you sound like a dictator to your dogs, or stomping your keyboard with "FOR THE LAST TIME" directives. You don't have to yell.

    I don't know what you're banging on about regaring dog behaviour knowledge " " - but if you have a specific reference, please, bring it to the fore so it can be addressed.

    The entire reason I asked is quite a simple one - I wanted to know what the difference is (according to your methods) between rubbing Rosie's nose in her whizz - because you bet, I had to stand and watch her whizz, because she didn't make the door in time {so caught in the act, according to your scale of misdeeds} - and rubbing the nose of any other dog in their whizz. What point do you think it proves to them? Did you also toilet train puppies in the same way? What is the difference to an ill dog with "a condition" to a puppy whose "condition" is a bladder that is not fully developed?

    I don't understand. That doesn't make me stupid - it makes me curious to know at what point would you stop rubbing a dogs nose in their mistakes?

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    A dog that has a condition such as yours i think is very different to a pup. I have never owned a puppy as an adult because i can't be bothered with one, i am not a maternal person therefore 'just because they are babies' doesn't matter to me. My dogs were older rescues and did not need toilet training they learnt pretty damn fast (without me having to rub their snout in it) The day i do get a puppy (OH wants one - and he will be dealing with it, not I) we won't be rubbing his face in it immediately, but once i think he should 'know better' (i don't know when that is, i just judge it) and he starts making mistakes, that is what i do as a way of punishment.

    Whether you like it or not pink, their is a group on this thread that tend to band together (the same people, everytime) and attack the average dog owner. Unfortunately we don't all have a background in dog training etc therefore we are not all up in the "new & improved" methods that you think we 'should' know. I raise my dogs via past experiences and if that doesn't work, i will go and seek help & information. As iv'e posted over and over again the day it doesn't work, will be the day i stop.

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    For what it's worth, I have met Kuri and Molly, and Molly is an absolutely beautiful pooch!! She is super obedient and loves Kuri very much, you can tell. She is not a timid dog, but just beautiful. Kuri is a lovely lass as well (sorry mate, blew your cover hehe)....so whatever methods she is using to discipline her dogs, must be working.

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