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    Quote Originally Posted by WRL View Post
    REALLY? How would you teach that?

    Maybe clicker training? What kind of reward?

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    I'd call Fred... he'd know. This is right up his alley.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WRL View Post
    Also, do you think they "clean out" better if you let them mount?

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    If you let them mount, they become almost "self-cleaning"...
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    Quote Originally Posted by JusticeDog View Post
    I'd call Fred... he'd know. This is right up his alley.
    Somehow, I think the constant collar pressure he uses might be a deterrent.

    I just can't imagine.....burn burn burn....then wel, you know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JusticeDog View Post
    If you let them mount, they become almost "self-cleaning"...
    Yeah true.....that does sound like the best approach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WRL View Post
    REALLY? How would you teach that?

    Maybe clicker training? What kind of reward?

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    What?? You've never seen the doggy blow up dolls?

    http://current.com/entertainment/wtf...l-for-dogs.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by WRL View Post
    REALLY? How would you teach that?

    Maybe clicker training? What kind of reward?

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    Beer, or a cigeratte.
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    Quote Originally Posted by windycanyon View Post
    What?? You've never seen the doggy blow up dolls?
    Seriously?? Do they have a "collection section"?

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    Well it's really just a nick nick nick, gentle like. I imagine you could get the timing down just right. But really have there been any studies done on long term health issues? What about blindness? Or that embarrassing Pre-mature release in public? I think there should be some kind of health clearances for studs......

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    I make them into little nose mittens kind of like a muzzle. Boy, get that mitten on and they are ready to go but I never thought of combining it with a clicker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WRL View Post
    Seriously?? Do they have a "collection section"?

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    See my edit --- Maybe that'd be a special order???? http://current.com/entertainment/wtf...l-for-dogs.htm

    Myra Savant Harris had a different one at her repro nar here a few years ago...lol. Maybe ask her!

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