Peppy

  Horse Head, Animal, Horses, Fur, Team

  He was very, very tall, as black as ebony.

His eyes were dark and small, with little mane at all,

He was green at the mouth and vicious to go near

He had every kind of vice, people begged me to stay clear.

 

He grazed in a field by day and night, guarding it with all his might.

Keeping anyone away, who came into sight.

At first, it was hard but still, I try to train,

Many a spill I had, but I always came back again.

 

Those who took a shortcut  on their way home at night

Peppy waited  from afar, where he couldn’t be seen, at all,

Then quietly tip-toe towards the gate, he’d go.

A mighty scream, a yelp, and some swearing, with strong words not for sharing.

 

At last, I did conquer that wild and lonely thing,

With darkness in his soul and fear of what it might bring,

But through tenderness and a firm hand

Many hours we spent together, He learned to understand.

 

Morale of story.

So never take a dislike to horse with a vice,

As Happiness and lots love is all that he wants

and he’ll turn out very nice and trusting.

Just like my Peppy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Living with your dog in perfect harmony!

Susie

I have always been interested in all kinds of training for dogs, mainly to see what sort of training is out there.  I have had dogs most of my life and looking around it is interesting just how many types of training there is out there. I have never seen so many different forms of training as we see now.  My ex-husband used to train collies to work on the farm to herd sheep and cattle. I noticed, that whilst watching him, out with young pups and older dogs he always had complete control over them and they listened to every word he said. In fact, as his young dogs grew stronger and began working with older dogs he used a whistle which went under his tongue and was high frequency. He never gave his dogs treats, and when he was out on the hill, his dogs worked with him, regardless of weather, hail sleet or snow, those dogs would have followed him to the end of the world. This made me think and question why people nowadays give treats to their dogs to keep them near, stop them jumping up, and so many other reasons.

Today I received a message in my inbox, which read; Doggy Dan, The Easy Way To An Obedient Dog! This got me thinking and made me question why people nowadays give treats to their dogs to keep them near, stop them jumping up, and so many other reasons.  I opened the email out of curiosity, to begin with, and having read through it all it rang a bell in my head. Doggy Dan and his form of training seemed pretty well worth looking into as it was the training which we used up on the farm. I signed up for it once again I was informed I would receive a four-day course with videos. This course is about your dog learning to follow and listen to you. Once he realizes that you are the pack leader he will be happy to follow and obey you.  This sounded very interesting and so I read on. Doggy Dan trains dogs and has been for a number of years. In his courses of four videos, he explains how using treats is not a good way to train your dog. If your dog chooses to follow you then he will listen to what you have to say. This course of training is very reasonable and you should have your pet responding to the way you speak to him.

Check out his link  Doggie Dan http://theonlinedogtrainer.com You might be glad you did.

I would like to add that I am not an affiliate for this training and will make no money out of putting it on my post. I only thought that Doggy Dan sounded very genuine.