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Pig pheromone proves useful in curtailing bad behavior in dogs
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Pig pheromone proves useful in curtailing bad behavior in dogs
07-27-2017 4:24 PM

This article came out in 2014, but it's interesting.

Pig Pheromones curtail dog barking

So pig pheromones stopped dogs from barking (jumping too) and it led to a product called "Stop That".

Stop That

Maybe it could help with dog breeding too. We could call it "Fuck That".
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07-27-2017 5:04 PM

Damn, that brings back some memories. Back in the day, the first foray into pheromones for most people involved a bottle of boar mate (the second was usually the Love Sent gel pack samples).

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07-27-2017 7:13 PM

(07-27-2017 4:24 PM)DarkLord1 Wrote:  Maybe it could help with dog breeding too. We could call it "Fuck That".



Lol. +1 for the funny line. I love it. Smile
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07-27-2017 7:39 PM

Apparently it also stops fixed male cats from harassing fixed female cats....Pheromones have many uses....
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07-28-2017 8:24 AM

(07-27-2017 5:04 PM)Alphonse Wrote:  Damn, that brings back some memories. Back in the day, the first foray into pheromones for most people involved a bottle of boar mate (the second was usually the Love Sent gel pack samples).

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I never tried Boars mate myself. Arouse RX was my first and it was a bust. Then I found wolf and the rest is history.

What kind of responses did you see with Boars mate?
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07-28-2017 9:22 AM

(07-28-2017 8:24 AM)DarkLord1 Wrote:  What kind of responses did you see with Boars mate?

Lots of upturned noses (it is a stinky none), lots of girls rubbing up against me or standing really close (which I had no idea how to take advantage of at the time), and a whole lot of nothing (mostly because I had no idea what to look for).

I still remember the excitement and exhiliration the first time I went out wearing it. I felt like I had some sort of secret super power that no one else knew about. I should know better by now, but I still sometimes get that excitement when I buy a new mone.
Disillusionment comes much faster these days though. :-D

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07-28-2017 9:28 AM

(07-28-2017 9:22 AM)Alphonse Wrote:  and a whole lot of nothing (mostly because I had no idea what to look for).



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Alphonse, could this be cos of the cycle of the lady u were targeting at the time?

I know from a few FWB that when they're on the peak, they WANT it no matter what.

Just a thought.
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