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Do you beat your pet for discipline?

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Honey says, "go ahead... beat me..."

 

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Poncho says...  "huh?  what?"

 

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how else you supposed to tenderize them

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I did have a horse once that would always try to bite you.  Not in a playful way either.  I would smack that thing right in the nose every time she tried.

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I did have a horse once that would always try to bite you.  Not in a playful way either.  I would smack that thing right in the nose every time she tried.

 

 

This is the oldest of our three... approximately 12 now, although we're not sure.

 

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Generally a sweet dog, but mess with him when he's not in the mood and he'll bite the poo out of you.

 

Pop him for it, and he'd probably bite harder.

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Absolutely not

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My dog is a sweetheart...not an aggressive bone in her body. The only problem is she has issues with personal space. I'll let her up on the couch and she will sneak over and pretty soon she will be lying across my chest with her nose in my face. Sometimes (most of the time) i'll give her some decent attention then tell her to move along...rinse repeat every 15 minutes.

 

I do not approve my wife or myself popping her on the nose but have been known to hurry her along via a hand on the butt or my foot....but not kicking but a scooting "move it along" gesture.

 

My 8 month old can rip hunks of her hair out and she will just love on her and lick her. I couldn't ask for a better dog around our baby.

 

HEre she is as a pup

 

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my ex girlfriends dad would pee on their dogs every time they peed in the house

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my ex girlfriends dad would pee on their dogs every time they peed in the house

 

Did it work?

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I try not to, simply because they don't understand why they are getting beaten half of the time.

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