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09 Jan 2016 - 04:18:20 am

Dog Automatic Ball Launcher I Tennis Ball Thrower For Dogs

A Life Pro Tip (or LPT) is a tip that improves your life in a meaningful way. They chase each other, he pretends to bite her with his hands, she (at his insistence) has learned to play bite at his pants and feet, they lunge at one another, and if she starts getting overly aroused, he stops the play and she goes back to being calm and sweet. Any other dog is welcome to play with her with it, try and get it from her, chase her for it… she's taught many dogs who don't like contact with other dogs to play by playing ‘keep away' with her ball. Of course your dog should know how to play fetch otherwise they will probably get the ball and run off.




For the first three years if his life we played fetch on a regular basis as I believed it was the best way to exercise him and that he loved it. At this time we were also dealing with major reactivity to other dogs, skateboards and some people when they made eye contact for too long with him. Due to a carpal injury we had to stop his beloved fetch to allow him time to heal. There are no balls in our house as my dog is frankly addicted and the mere sight of one sends his stress levels through the roof. Our life has completely changed due to this shift in thinking when it comes to understanding what a dog truly needs in terms of exercise.


If my dog loses grip of the tug toy during play, I do not let him lunge or bite at it until I give the Take it command again. If my dog accidentally gets his teeth on me during playtime, I give a no-mark (Uh-oh), stop the game right away, and follow-up with a short break. I do not play tug-of-war with my Shiba Inu because he gets too excited and reactive, even with stringent rules.


She wants food and cuddles (in that order), and loves sniffing around outside now that she's discovered she's a spaniel (and eating cat poop now that she's discovered she's a dog). When Sophy was about 6 months old and still an only dog I realised that life had become rather too serious - lots of classes, socialising, training, emphasis on good manners - all reward based, but not much that was Playing Fetch with your Dog simply fun.


For the first three Dog Training years if his life we played fetch on a regular basis as I believed it was the best way to exercise him and that he loved it. At this time we were also dealing with major reactivity to other dogs, skateboards and some people when they made eye contact for too long with him. Due to a carpal injury we had to stop his beloved fetch to allow him time to heal. There are no balls in our house as my dog is frankly addicted and the mere sight of one sends his stress levels through the roof. Our life has completely changed due to this shift in thinking when it comes to understanding what a dog truly needs in terms of exercise.


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