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Old 01-09-2016, 05:08 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Does playing rough instill bad habits

It depends on the dog. My boy tugs his ass off with me but when I give the tug to my God son he hardly tugs at all. He knows my god sons limits. My god daughter picks up the tug (she is older) and he tugs harder with her. That's just my experience with my dog. I trained my dog "easy" which means slow down and relax a little don't be so crazy. It's a good thing to amp dogs up and then have them calm down so they know it's possible. Then amp them up again and calm, etc. So they learn the fun doesn't stop just for being "easy"
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