London River is an expert trainer, but Lydia is just too much of a brat for her to handle so she calls in a friend for a few pointers. Putting it in its place is the first step. We don’t talk to it. We don’t let it talk to us. We make it wear a thick heavy metal collar and we make it play fetch.
Vanity is in opposition to obedience. Obedience requires selflessness. Once it no longer sees itself as important we can see the beauty of obedience emerge. To remove the importance of self we must make it feel ugly.
When it finally recognizes its place as property it must be retrained to feel pain. It will learn to be used for our pleasure.
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