I finally trained my dogs!
<strong>Desperate about Food - Problem
After months of grief from my pet dogs they don't seem to be
getting any more tame.
When I am relaxing and stuffing my face, they are trying to
do a running jump to snatch the food, I have never seen animals
that desperate to get food, I wish my GF applied that sort of
enthusiasm to my cock, they will fight over anything...
even when there isn't food on the table they still fight,
because they think some is on the table.
Two days ago I caught tee rak feeding one dog, and winking
at me with a smile, she knew what she was doing, she was
encouraging the other dog to start a fight and get battered, I
asked her why and she said because she doesn't like the weaker
dog because it pisses everywhere! But she hasn't figured out,
it slashes everywhere because its scared when the other dog
attacks it! Yes I could change ladies but I like this one, so I
need to work on the dogs and retrain tee rak from having learnt
Thai logic for 21 years.
Tee rak keeps moaning that they hassle her for food, then
the other day I catch her passing them bits of food off her
plate, I never feed the dogs while I am eating, I am trying to
train them! but she just trashes all that training
I've never seen animals so desperate for food, I feed them
twice a day and even before I put the food on the floor they
jump for it and the food goes everywhere.
Two days ago I was in alone and getting real sick of it, I
was a little drunk as I'd been drinking at the local shop,
chatting to the local girls... I tell you what if
someone wants a good girl, I know plenty...
I walked over to the huge bag of dog food and tipped half of
it (a few kilo's) on the floor outside on a tray and said "go
on you little bastards get that down ya" the less
dominate dog wasn't allowed to go near the food, so I pulled
back the domineering one, who was really growling, to enable
the weaker dog to gain access to the food, then I let him loose
and every time he went for the weaker dog, I slapped him over
the head, 10 minutes later, he got the message and they were
both still gulping down the food!
Once both of there bellies were swollen up so they looked
like they were pregnant, I think they realised that no more
food could physically get inside there bodies, then they
staggered away looking sick, I couldn't help think, serves you
right, I am not into dog cruelty but I am trying to fix there
behaviour issues that is unpleasant to me and no doubt isnt
good for them.
I did this in the morning also... this time no
fighting and no desperation, they just looked at the food
disinterested... I did this last night also...
No fighting and no desperation... short term problem
solved.... now I will have to start making these huge
quantities less over the next few months, until they are
Killing chickens- Problem 2.</strong>
One of my chickens had three babies and I left them alone
and one of the dogs got a baby chicken and killed it, by trying
to play with it. The big chickens can go in the trees no
problem, surprisingly the babies can to, but only by following
the mother, which is difficult. So they are usually left alone
My first reaction was to get a quote for a fence 10,000 baht
they wanted.. so I went to the shop and got some chains for the
dogs, but as they are stupid they get tangled up and after an
hour they cant move. And when they can't move they howl, so due
to wanting to get a good nights sleep, I was forced to let them
have a run of the house during my sleeping session, and due to
the mess in the morning I suspect as soon as my door had closed
they had pissing competitions.
I decided to take the dogs down with the chickens for 40
minutes every morning and 40 minutes at lunch, when the
naughty dog went near the chickens I shouted and it walked
away, I got further and further away until at one stage I was
hiding, and i noticed the naughty dog looking for me, and when
he didn't see me, he would approach the chickens... this is not
acceptable as i am out all day and i cant expect tee rak to be
there all the time.
I told tee rak to take the dogs down the garden and teach
them... she said I am wasting my time, dogs like to kill
baby chickens and thats it.. every time I came back for my
lunch break she had them tied up, this is great for the short
term solution, but I am after long term integration.
Despite my shoutings, the naughty dog wasn't getting the
hint, I don't want him anywhere near the chickens as its too
tempting for her... So now I carry a cane with me and
every morning I was giving the dog a whip when she started
chasing the chickens and I also instructed tee rak to take the
dogs down the garden as much as she can and to discipline them
with the whip, she liked this idea and spent a fair bit of time
down the garden lol
Tee rak has gone away for 5 days and I have been forced to
leave the dogs and chickens together as I cant chain the dogs
up for 12 hours a day, everything has been fine, the dogs are
keeping well away from the chickens.. it appears.
Finally the jizzman has posted some thing useful and I hope
you can benefit from it!