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Thread: How's this for simplifying training? How many thoughts can a dog have at one time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aussie View Post
    (1) One

    (2) Two

    (3) Three

    (4) More?
    How would we know what the dog is thinking? It's all only a guess. For all we know they can think of a million things at once.

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    I believe it is one. Chaining or whatever they call it, complex behaviors-THE POWER OF ONE AT A TIME.
    Field trial labradors, the wind beneath my wings,

    sometimes poop under my boots.

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    some days i think my dog has two things on his mind...

    when do we eat and when do i get to be a STUD DOG AGAIN...and not necessarily in that order....

    come to think of it maybe thats what i would be thinking too if i was a dog

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