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    Re: Pets/Animals in LF

    Great pics, and yes, I'm a dog person.

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    Re: Pets/Animals in LF

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Petronio View Post
    Yoshi. Just like babies, sometimes a hand helps....
    I see a treat works also
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Petronio View Post
    sometimes a hand helps....
    Dear Frank,

    The right image looks like an image from an old Walt Disney master animal trainer guide...

    I used that guide to train un-trainable Beagles, where the thumb along side the nose with gentle pressure activated a nerve, and when applied properly with a firm "No..." immediately after they are caught doing something they should not be doing, generated a long term memory cell. I have not seen that training technique for several years. I wish that I could apply this technique to a few fourteen-year kids in the neighbourhood.

    jim k

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    Re: Pets/Animals in LF

    Curious dog in front of the country store.

    He stared at me the whole time, cocking his head.

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    Re: Pets/Animals in LF

    Some from about 7 years ago...give or take. A tired subject does seem to work best.

    "Chloe" left us in February.
    "Round Dog"
    "Aggie Guards Her Hamburger"

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    Re: Pets/Animals in LF

    My daughter's golden retreiver Harley. He is letting me look after him while Emily is away studying to be a vet. Great dog - big heart. Badly injured when he was just 1 year old and nursed back to health by Emily. Rittreck view 5X7 12 inch red dot Artar. HP5.

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    Is Aggie a Border Terrier?
    Quote Originally Posted by chuck461 View Post
    Some from about 7 years ago...give or take. A tired subject does seem to work best.

    "Chloe" left us in February.
    "Round Dog"
    "Aggie Guards Her Hamburger"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon Benton View Post
    My daughter's golden retreiver Harley. He is letting me look after him while Emily is away studying to be a vet. Great dog - big heart. Badly injured when he was just 1 year old and nursed back to health by Emily. Rittreck view 5X7 12 inch red dot Artar. HP5.
    Love it !

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    Re: Pets/Animals in LF

    Quote Originally Posted by bob carnie View Post
    Is Aggie a Border Terrier?
    Hi Bob

    Aggie is a pound rescue, so we don't know her early history. She has alot of Dalmation but with wire hair. At about 40lbs she is quite a bit bigger that a Border Terrier, but smaller than a Dalmation. Oh, and her eyes don't match.

    Chuck

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    Re: Pets/Animals in LF

    At 40lbs Aggie is definately not a border, but she sure looks like my Barney.
    I have two of them and they both give you that sad look over any issue.


    Quote Originally Posted by chuck461 View Post
    Hi Bob

    Aggie is a pound rescue, so we don't know her early history. She has alot of Dalmation but with wire hair. At about 40lbs she is quite a bit bigger that a Border Terrier, but smaller than a Dalmation. Oh, and her eyes don't match.

    Chuck

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