Ira Kaufman Talks Todd Bowles’ Long Memory, A Necessary Jonathan Taylor Discussion/Scenario, Saints Matchups And Game Predictions, And More

September 30th, 2023

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8 Responses to “Ira Kaufman Talks Todd Bowles’ Long Memory, A Necessary Jonathan Taylor Discussion/Scenario, Saints Matchups And Game Predictions, And More”

  1. Crickett Baker Says:

    Ira, if I can explain this–when the dog jumps on you, quickly raise your knee so it hits him/her on the ribs. The dog will fly backward and be pretty confused. A few more of those and it will stop jumping on anyone. I’ve stopped about 4 dogs from jumping on me this way. GL

  2. Crickett Baker Says:

    Also say “NO” when your knee makes contact.

  3. Hunter's Crack Pipe Says:

    Crickett Baker Says:
    “Also say “NO” when your knee makes contact.”

    I like to use the word “down” when training to not jump. Instead of the knee, I use the palm of my hand on the snout, pushing on the snout while saying “down.”

    It sounds like my method may take longer, but it’s less violent. LOL

  4. Hunter's Crack Pipe Says:

    The advantage of “down” is that once they learn the word, it works in many situations, like “get off the couch” and “get out of the truck.”

  5. D-Rok Says:


    I totally understand the knee defense, and have used it a few times with over-zealous dawgz. They get the message when they run into a brick wall (a knee) and rarely lunge after that. It’s humane, nobody gets hurt, but the dogs GETS the message – Don’t jump on me, bro!

  6. Crickett Baker Says:

    “Down” is a good command, too. I just figure the dog already knows “no”. Either will do. As D-Rok has had experience with the knee thing he knows how well it works. Yeah, it’s a bit violent but
    it trains him/her fast and is not polite at all. )

  7. D-Rok Says:

    Crickett, the knee thing is always a last resort – a reaction. Such is the same in football, especially when running the ball – come at me once, OK. But come at me the second time, Imma put up my knee you dog. Or, tackle you, hopefully with force.

  8. Crickett Baker Says:

    LOL! I wish, however, unlike the dog, we get ’em the first time. It would also be great if we had a move as good as the “knee thing”. I would love to see a guy flying over backward, wondering what just happened.