Sir. Duke becomes upset with the Cat
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|Sir. Duke and Bojangles waiting for the next command!|
Today, I was practicing a new video for Bully Love & Devotion. I was extremely nervous for the first video. I was told, I moved around to much, and spook to fast. I figure today I would include what we are doing for the day, while attempting to explain further about Bully Love & Devotion. As normal Sir. Duke and Bojangles distracted me, the video took a life of its own.
So, while I was making the next video, a few cats decided to come into the office, and upset Sir. Duke.
So, I decided to let everyone see how Sir. Duke has his limits with the cats. Watch how Sir. Duke tells the cat to leave him alone while still allowing the cat in the room.
Funny, Sir. Duke quickly starts playing after telling off the cat. Of course, I have been distracting Sir. Duke with play over the past two years when I want him to do something else.
The training has paid off. Before I can make a suggestion these days, he finds something else to play that I will not say no too. I have found dogs will take the suggestion over the item you do not want them playing with, yet, over time the dogs start to realize the stuff they pick out is so much funnier, Also, a look or the word no is good enough to let your dog know it is time to pick another item once the dog is trained.
Any dog has limits. Yet, as you can see in the video, getting along with the natural enemy is possible. Training our dogs is the secret to a well balanced dog, no matter the breed or size of the dog.
Did you notice the cat understood Sir. Duke despite the language differences. Sir. Duke sounds meaner than he looks.
As you can see in the video the cats come and go as they please. So, getting on the dogs' nerves is simply a mater of time.
Thank you for all your support. We look forward to any comments or request. I think my next video will demonstrate a training lesson. I am new at YouTube and new at videos. Thank you for your patients while we learn by trial and error. At least you can see my boys and I at a natural state, uncut or edited.
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