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 Post subject: Study on repetitive behaviors
PostPosted: Sat Dec 17, 2011 11:01 am 
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Was sent this in an email. Thought I would share.


The Canine Cognition and Behavior lab is conducting a survey on the
highly repetitive, stereotypic, behavior some dogs perform. We are interested
in some of the reasons why dogs may engage in this repetitive behavior. If
you have a dog that engages in stereotypic behavior we would like to hear
from you. Please follow the link below to our survey:
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> _http://bit.ly/behaviorsurvey_ (http://bit.ly/behaviorsurvey)
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> Please feel free to pass on the link to the survey to other dog owners!
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> We thank you for your participation.
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> Sincerely,
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> Nathaniel J. Hall
> _njhall1@ufl.edu_ (mailto:njhall1@ufl.edu)
> Canine Cognition and Behavior Lab
> Psychology, University of Florida
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> Clive Wynne, PhD.
> Department of Psychology,
> University of Florida
> Box 112250, Gainesville,
> FL, 32611, USA
> _www.clivewynne.com_ (http://www.clivewynne.com/)
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>
Melissa R. Hartley
Canine Behavior Consultant,
Sindar Kennel, LLC
President, Weimaraner Rescue of SC
Sindar Weimaraners
IAABC, APDT
New Holland, South Carolina
_(803)467.7548_ (tel:(803)467.7548)
_melissa@sindarkennel.com_ (mailto:melissa@sindarkennel.com)

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 Post subject: Re: Study on repetitive behaviors
PostPosted: Sun Dec 18, 2011 12:41 am 
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You mean like those Border Collies that spin circles when cars drive by?

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 Post subject: Re: Study on repetitive behaviors
PostPosted: Sun Dec 18, 2011 1:57 pm 
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Or the GSD's who spin in their crates, ESS's who stare at a spot on the wall for no reason, dog's who lick people incessantly....

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 Post subject: Re: Study on repetitive behaviors
PostPosted: Mon Dec 19, 2011 1:42 pm 
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Thanks, I filled one out for my Malinois and passed on to other malinois owners. I'm sure they will get a lot of responses! I know my Mali has a lot of compulsive, repetitive behaviors.

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 Post subject: Re: Study on repetitive behaviors
PostPosted: Mon Dec 19, 2011 6:47 pm 
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Hmmm...Jayda is a crate spinner, and Neelah is a crate licker.

Looking over the 150+ pictures that Doug took at a seminar last year, almost all of the ones that have my crates in them, you can see Neelah's tongue!

Jayda spins in her crate when over-excited...which is about 35% of her day!

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 Post subject: Re: Study on repetitive behaviors
PostPosted: Mon Dec 19, 2011 10:00 pm 
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Neelah just needs work! LOL Get out there and train those girls! :D

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 Post subject: Re: Study on repetitive behaviors
PostPosted: Mon Dec 19, 2011 10:30 pm 
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Phoenix wrote:
Neelah just needs work! LOL Get out there and train those girls! :D


I KNOW, I KNOW!!!!! Neelah usually does it when I'm working with Jayda - or Jayda is out of the crate and we're watching TV.

Jayda, on the other hand, spins the most when she's awake <LOL>!!!! :lol:

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Phoenix's Cabaret Lady RN, CGC (Neelah)
A Little Xtra Jolt O'Java RA, CGC (Jayda)

At the Bridge -
my heart dog, the one who started it all:
North East's Oxford Scholar CD, RN,CGC, TT (Ben) 4/16/99 - 6/20/11

and his nemesis -
Ace Fighter Pilot (Baron) ~9/4/2001 - 11/23/11


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