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Yup, a lot of training techniques are universal, and you've hit on the key: consistency. Which is super hard to achieve when all the people in a household aren't on the same page. With most training courses, it's more about training the people than training the animal!
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Yup, very true!! And I'm guilty of sometimes not being consistent but then when I try to be, my dad isn't! And haha very true!!!! You know, I actually heard of a chicken training workshop! Supposedly it helps with dog training, teaching kids, etc etc. I was gonna do it but decided not to but i might. There's some fake ones though, only one true one and trainer but cant remember who but ya. Supposedly if you can traim a chicken you can train anything lol
Kelsey. Massachusetts. Have a 4 year old Black Lab/Great Pyrenees mix named Gator, a 6 year old kitty named Luna, and 8 hens hatched October 26th, 2015. 1 Barred Rock, 2 Black Australorps, 3 Buff Orpingtons, and 2 Easter Eggers on about 3 acres. 5 more chicks coming this October
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Kelsey. Massachusetts. Have a 4 year old Black Lab/Great Pyrenees mix named Gator, a 6 year old kitty named Luna, and 8 hens hatched October 26th, 2015. 1 Barred Rock, 2 Black Australorps, 3 Buff Orpingtons, and 2 Easter Eggers on about 3 acres. 5 more chicks coming this October
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