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Old 04-12-2014, 12:07 AM
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LMAO! I'm not annoyed at you! Just annoyed I couldn't remember where the article was/is. :P
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Old 04-12-2014, 12:09 AM
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Sure....
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This one? The "you're forcing interaction" part?
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Hmmmmmmmmm.... you all are going to hate me if I say no again, so ... maybe? lol

I did review that one in my search (it's one of my faves), but I didn't think it was it. Rereading it again, it could be. I'm not sure.

ZoesMom--does that seem like the one you were thinking of? Cuz we're telepathic--I'll trust that what you were thinking of is what I was.

I really thought it was something with the subject in the title, ie "should he feed your dog treats?" but not that exactly.

Sigh. I should give up. Y'all have provided three great articles that cover it and should suffice.

(It's just... ya know... when you can remember X and Z, and you know "Y" is in somewhere in there, but don't remember it is "Y?" I hate that feeling!)
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Old 04-12-2014, 12:55 AM
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Yeah, I don't know! Lol! The one Kmes posted is the closest one. I'm not sure if it's "the one" though... I know what you're talking about for shiz, though, because I'm sure I reposted it on fb but I have too much crap on my wall to find it. Go figure.
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Haha, this is why I should use my Pinterest more.... My memory is bound to fail on occasion.
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Old 04-12-2014, 07:37 AM
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This doesn't help at all, but I think I read the same article. Of course, I don't remember where and can't find it. So, yeah, no help at all.
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Old 04-12-2014, 07:52 AM
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Hmm, could this have been it? How to help a shy dog gain confidence – and reduce his risk of biting!

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• Caution! A fearful dog may temporarily overcome his fears in the tempting presence of a high value treat, then bite the scary person when the treat is no longer there. Don’t have strangers/helpers feed treats until you are sure your dog has been desensitized adequately – that he no longer appears fearful when approaching or being approached by strangers.
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This isn't what you're looking for either but it's a good article about the science behind the advice.

I couldn't find the article you want either. I really want to read it. Someone find it.

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Old 04-12-2014, 12:45 PM
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While I was looking for that article I found one with horrible advice. They basically wanted you to flood the dog with "stand for exam" with many different people until the dog doesn't care anymore (shuts down). Sigh.
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