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Hi Darcie, I'm hoping you can help with my siiaottun. I rescued my (very large neutered male, has passed CGC) dog several months ago and I think he's just the most beautiful dog in the world. Unfortunately, it seems I'm not alone in this line of thought, as that's where my problem comes in . I live in the city, and every day my dog is exposed to lots of sounds and smells and people. Ordinarily that'd be a good thing, he takes it all in nicely. Bicycles, big scary sounds, random things, and folks going by are no problem at all. However, some people will just be so taken with my dog that they just reach out and grab at him to pet him. Now, if someone asks, and approaches gently, and interacts with me, it's just fine. But when people don't ask, reach straight for his head, lean over him and get in his face, he barks (loudly) at them! Often this happens so quickly, the person (almost always a guy for some reason) is already learning over my dog by the time I take stock of what's going on. It's upsetting for everyone involved, and I walk away humiliated and disappointed, too people will think that my dog is a bad dog and I'm a terrible owner. I'm a very soft spoken, nonconfrontational individual, and I don't know how to handle this. Please Darcie, if you have any advice, I could really use it. MDear M, Sorry I'm so late answering your question. We just got back from our trip across the western US. I couldn't use all of the features of the blog while I was gone, I couldn't access some of the questions. Okay .We have a dog who doesn't like anyone in her face. She doesn't bite but her bark is huge and it scares some people. The control for her is that we pay special attention when anyone nears her, don't get in her face, we say. It's not always easy to be right there when someone invades her space but we try. Tilli, say hi , we croon. She wags her tail and sniffs them. It works. Work with a behaviorist to see if you can put the control on a command. For instance Sit or Chill means do not commune with strangers no matter what they do around you or to you. Find someone who uses only positive reinforcement, clickers are my choice. Let us know how it goes. Darcie

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    Number Three! Last one was sold out so we moved to a slightly larger theater. Andy Richter hosted, and his opening exegesis of CSI: Miami warmed the people up right. Evany Thomas presented her very scientific findings on the Secret Language of Sleep; Starlee Kine bared her neuroses to the world (or at least the 300 people in the audience); Josh Davis showed video of his 135-lb self sumo wrestling a 550-lb opera singer from San Bernardino; and Davy Rothbart closed it out with some Found Magazine magic. Grant Lee Phillips, Sam Shelton and Zooey Deschanel provided the music punctuation! I can still hear their rendition of We Are the Champions.
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    The second in our series of precision comedy and fact-based entertainment extravaganzas benefiting 826LA. Patton Oswalt was kind enough to host, and Jon Brion joined in on the piano and guitar as thematic accompaniment. Presenters included: David Rees, Michael Colton, John Hodgman (along with his hirsuit troubadour, Jonathan Coulton), and me. Plus: a fashion show of exciting multi-user garmentry.
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    How to Observe President's Day. Jonathan Coulton's technical wizardry has made this entire show available online. The summary from PRX: Sarah Vowell, John Hodgman and Joshuah Bearman on Presidents' Day, along with a fifteen-piece marching band and a new song about all forty-three presidents. My contribution? Yes, from Yeti Researcher. Again. Actually that was the first one. So I have only five stories!
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    Fun times were had by all. Someone in the audience actually mistook me for an expert on the psychology human character. We ate shrimp cocktail and drank cheap wine and laughed at Bush and celebrated the certainty of right besting wrong in American democracy. A lot of good that did.
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    See above.

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