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Mine puts her ears back, starts walking away from whatever she was up to and looks at me from the side. She knows she is guilty.
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no,i cannot say that.
she looks as if she doesn't really care.
sometimes i would like to see more "remorse" from her.

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Gnash totally ignores a correction or tries to eat the person giving the correction depending on the level! So yes, there can be high drama

Helper: Give a correction
Me: Correct the dog, dying inside thinking dog will turn around on me
Dog: Did somebody just poke me?
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I must be the odd one out here. I can't imagine vocalizing with a correction to be any kind of normal, with any of my dogs.

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I must be the odd one out here. I can't imagine vocalizing with a correction to be any kind of normal, with any of my dogs.
same here... none of my dogs ever did. Not even Yukon, when I first got him, would do it.
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I must be the odd one out here. I can't imagine vocalizing with a correction to be any kind of normal, with any of my dogs.
Not a huff, groan, or whine when you tell him to go lie down or do something he doesn't want? Wow! What lines do you have? I want one!
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Is Your Dog Dramatic During Corrections?

I've never seen Jerry show any reaction at all to a correction, other than to stop doing whatever he's doing. I've had to give a couple of pretty hard corrections with a prong collar and he'll just sit down or come to my side. He never makes a peep or acts scared.

For verbal corrections he'll kind of give you the goofy grin and stop doing what he's doing.

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Not a huff, groan, or whine when you tell him to go lie down or do something he doesn't want? Wow! What lines do you have? I want one!
Nope. None of them. Different pedigrees.

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Heidi is definitely a drama queen. She often grumbles, whines, and complains when I ask her to something she doesn't want to do. I have to admit that it cracks me up sometimes. What really bugs her is when I ask her to "shake" more than a couple of times in a row. She'll whine and moan and gently mouth me if I put my hand out for "shake" too many times.

One time we went to a training class where the trainer was too harsh (in my opinion) with the dogs and she was so upset. She whined, cried, and looked at us so piteously, like "How could you do this to me?" Needless to say, we didn't take her there again. She does much better with positive training.

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I'll get a huff, a sigh a long drawn out howlie whine (does that make sense) ... but she gets the correction / command and complies ... it's pretty funny most times.

The other day she had her raw bone and was pacing around the house trying to find the "perfect" place to chew on it. She must have paced for about 10 minutes before I finally told her to go lay down, she dropped her bone, chuffed and then sighed dramatically and finally went to her dog bed. It was almost like she was telling me ... but there is NOWHERE for me to go ... LOL

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