Dog's Pavlov

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"Dog's Pavlov" is competing for best animation made for internet at Ottawa International Animation Festival 2007!
Ivan Petrovich Pavlov (September 14, 1849 - February 27, 1936) was a Russian physiologist, psychologist, and physician. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1904 for research pertaining to the digestive system. Pavlov is widely known for first describing the phenomenon now known as classical conditioning in his experiments with dogs.
This is a movie about one of his dogs.


I like it.

At first I thought it was completely random and funny, but then I read your comments. It's cool, very unique.

i like it very much

I like the style you're using. This flash is great, it's got a kind of unsettling feeling to it which you brought out quite well. Kind of thought provoking. You're going on my favourites.


There is a very unique animation style demonstrated here. There is no sound without causation in the cartoon (i.e., whenever the dog plays the record). The twist on Pavlov's experiments and the ending show an intellectual sort of humor that some may not find humorous at all. This is a very nice cartoon targeted at a very specific audience.

ooooooh yesssssssssssss

it reminded of some nightclubs i was in in the early eighties. i wish i could have eaten everyone who danced in the same way. then maybe i would have amounted to something.

Ivan pavlov

I get what you wanted to do with the concept of aPavlov's experiments but it wasn't very well developed. The style of the animation is good, I dig it, I don't like that the only sound is the music, you should improve that, put some barks on the human or something.

This animation is not for every newgrounder since most of them don't know shit about conductism, therefore, you should have worked on the concept or at least you should have done it more obvious for everyone.

Not a bad animation but try harder.

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3.36 / 5.00

Dec 9, 2006
6:53 PM EST