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    Default How to keep an ISTP

    It may sound stupid but to keep us you must let us go, we may get distracted, busy, etc. But when you need us we will do everything possible to be there and help you.

    When we are let go that is the only time we can know for sure that the decision we make is what we want. The thing with letting us go is that you do not push us away.

    When you let me go I will make sure I do not go far.
    Im out, its been fun

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    *notes down 'collar+ 8 meter leash' on grocery list*

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    Why is it that suddenly I feel like a dog?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sLiPpY View Post
    Why is it that suddenly I feel like a dog?
    I am trying to figure out whats wrong with a dogs life? Chasing butterflies, then realizing they dont taste good. Constant petting, loving. Please throw a frisbee for me to catch, not at me. Knows how to play fight and be rough, without actually biting or scratching.

    Or it could just be your avatar
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    You can't keep one.

    You have to exhibit enough traits that one finds consistently appealing so they continue to come back, stay and play.

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    Awwhhhhhoooooooooooooooooooooooo *pants*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    *notes down 'collar+ 8 meter leash' on grocery list*

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    Dogs always start out on leashes, some people feel like when trained they can let the dog be freed from the leash while others are based on trust which can only be built by letting them free.
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    They need obedience training first though.

    Then again, most dogs come running when they see their owner get out of line of sight, so it might work...

    exception: malamutes and huskies.. they cannot resist the call of the wild, as much as they love people.


    Where's the 'What dogbreed are you?' test when you need it????

    A very long leash tends to work for both parties as well, if need be. Just a matter of never pulling it tight, as it'll only result in a struggle

    Hence my purchase
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    They need obedience training first though.

    Then again, most dogs come running when they see their owner get out of line of sight, so it might work...

    exception: malamutes and huskies.. they cannot resist the call of the wild, as much as they love people.


    Where's the 'What dogbreed are you?' test when you need it????

    A very long leash tends to work for both parties as well, if need be. Just a matter of never pulling it tight, as it'll only result in a struggle

    Hence my purchase
    Yes it will result in a struggle and a dislike of leashes. Wise purchase
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    Tell me something..why is it you guys feel the need to leave, and do you think twice of re-initiating contact? Or is it something that just...comes naturally?
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