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Old 09-23-2013, 04:06 PM   #1
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I still don't think my socks would be safe...

Dogs chase laser pointers in compilation video
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Old 09-23-2013, 04:56 PM   #2
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In a way it's looks kind of mean because they can never catch it.
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According to the text posted under the video "Fortunately, we can recover from these frustrations just like dogs do with a snack and a nap. Works every time." That works unless your a teacher trying to catch the student who is flashing the light around on your board while you're teaching.

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According to the text posted under the video "Fortunately, we can recover from these frustrations just like dogs do with a snack and a nap. Works every time." That works unless your a teacher trying to catch the student who is flashing the light around on your board while you're teaching.
Oh, do I feel for you! I know exactly what you mean and would have given you an extra prep period just for finding the culprit!
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Oh, do I feel for you! I know exactly what you mean and would have given you an extra prep period just for finding the culprit!
A couple of years ago when the laser lights were big "toys', it really got bad at school, so they were banned. If a student used one in a classroom, it was confiscated and the student assigned an afternoon detention. Just glad I am retired now...no telling what the new "toy" is in high schools today.

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Old 09-24-2013, 03:03 PM   #6
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Lol, loved it. Roly would chase one all over like that, it was so funny to watch, you could make him scoot round in circles leap on the couch and fly up and down the room.

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My trainer had me teaching Frodo to look away from things he's obsessed with. Lights, fast moving objects, and he is over the top. We still use a flashlight on early evening walks so I can teach him how NOT to obsess with the light and focus on me instead. His level of obsessiveness can lead to some bad behavior, and I think his former owners allowed him and encouraged him to act out badly on some of those obsessions. We had a lot of de-programming to do when I first got him.
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I thought the video was funny. I had one, and the cat loved it! None of my dogs were ever interested. I think they were too busy watching the cats go crazy.

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