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PostSubject: Food as an incentive?   Thu Nov 08, 2018 2:28 am

Or is this just adoration?


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PostSubject: Re: Food as an incentive?   Thu Nov 08, 2018 5:57 am

Both,doesn't take them long to figure the sooft touches out Very Happy
I seldom give mine treats my mrs does,i can go in that cupboard and he shows little or no interest
But he can here her open it from another room and hes there sitting waiting Very Happy
Same at the loft,he knows the ppl who bring him treats,tho he still growls at them if the stray into his seating area...even a hand,after he ate there dog treat ofcourse lol!
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PostSubject: Re: Food as an incentive?   Thu Nov 08, 2018 6:41 am

fieldwalker wrote:
Both,doesn't take them long to figure the sooft touches out Very Happy
I seldom give mine treats my mrs does,i can go in that cupboard and he shows little or no interest
But he can here her open it from another room and hes there sitting waiting Very Happy
Same at the loft,he knows the ppl who bring him treats,tho he still growls at them if the stray into his seating area...even a hand,after he ate there dog treat ofcourse lol!
I get treats Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes all the time here FW Smile Smile for being a good boy etc lol! lol! lol! by my master here. Apple pie, with cream again Smile Smile as such, was my treat today Smile Smile. All one could say is thou bounce bounce life is a real bitch at times Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes with what one must just endure to survive Smile Smile. cheers
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PostSubject: Re: Food as an incentive?   Thu Nov 08, 2018 8:27 am

lol! knackered i doubt theres many tricks she can teach the old dog now lol! lol! lol!
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PostSubject: Re: Food as an incentive?   Thu Nov 08, 2018 1:20 pm

Food is a come on to any animal, including our feathered friends.

If a fancier has a hopper full all the time and everything else a pigeon needs they will totally ignore you unless you have a treat and they are aware ofi it, I know after 80 odds years, but I think with a dog that you walk and talk and do activities with is slightly different as I feel you do form a close bond I know I have done with several of mine, but many train by rewards etc;

Animals are NEARLY as complecated as HUMANS.

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