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  1. Renee, Of all the places I expected to have my...

    Renee, Of all the places I expected to have my Check Engine problem addressed, RTF was not on the radar. Weird to see it come up on a dog list!

    I have had a similar issue. On long trips,...
  2. No answer to your question, but you've hit upon...

    No answer to your question, but you've hit upon one of my pet peeves: Why aren't dog food companies required to list caloric contents for their food? I feed a mix of canned, dry, biscuits, and...
  3. I'm glad this came up, because I have a similar...

    I'm glad this came up, because I have a similar question. I have a 5.5 yr golden girl, never bred and don't intend to breed. No intact males in the house and she is never loose unsupervised. A...
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    I feel your pain. My current Golden HATES, and I...

    I feel your pain. My current Golden HATES, and I mean HATES riding in a vehicle. She's not as bad as when she was younger and would run and hide when she knew we were going somewhere, but I think...
  5. Wow, Ammo must be quite the dog. Congrats!

    Wow, Ammo must be quite the dog. Congrats!
  6. Not a problem. I've been getting the Ms. Magoo...

    Not a problem. I've been getting the Ms. Magoo comments for the coke bottle glasses and the "What does that sign say?" questions all my life. Nice picture!
  7. Thanks, all! I think I am sold. I had not...

    Thanks, all! I think I am sold. I had not thought about looking on eBay for a used pair to give them a trial run before I take the big plunge with a new pair. Am actually kind of excited about...
  8. Questions for David Colwell and other that have used Beecher Image type optics

    Continued from the bino thread, which I didn't want to hijack:

    David, and others that have tried the Beecher Image-type devices. I've looked at the web sites for these types of devices in the...
  9. Thread: Binoculars

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    Yes, you're right, the Yosemites do allow some...

    Yes, you're right, the Yosemites do allow some focusing, but the range of focus is very limited. They feel almost like fixed focus (for me). And yes, I know how to adjust for different eyes.
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  10. Thread: Binoculars

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    I was not as thrilled with the Yosemite Leupold...

    I was not as thrilled with the Yosemite Leupold as most purchasers. Their fixed focus is not in focus for me. I think (don't know for sure) that it's because my corrected vision is 20/40 in one eye...
  11. I had that set-up on a water double in NAHRA...

    I had that set-up on a water double in NAHRA intermediate this spring. Handler had to put dog in front of holding blind than leave dog and go behind blind while the birds went down. You could...
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    There are too many cute puppy pictures in this...

    There are too many cute puppy pictures in this thread. Tempting puppy pictures (Will not think puppy. Will NOT think puppy.) should not be allowed in the main forum.
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    My complaints about AKC are many, but in this...

    My complaints about AKC are many, but in this regard, AKC has its act together. You will receive the title certificate in the mail. In the meantime, if you want to check for titles that have been...
  14. Start with pigeons. Smaller, cheaper, easier to...

    Start with pigeons. Smaller, cheaper, easier to fit many in a freezer, and they're the bird most dogs are started on. Ask a training group who sells them. I like the duck flock for dual BC/golden...
  15. To be blunt, I would look for a new vet. From...

    To be blunt, I would look for a new vet. From what I've read, evidence indicates that each seizure tends to make it easier to have another one. This dog has been having long-lasting seizures that...
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    You can get an ILP or PAL (I think it's called...

    You can get an ILP or PAL (I think it's called PAL now) on a golden/lab cross if it looks close enough to one or the other breed. PAL only allows spayed/neuter dogs, so the evaluators tend to be...
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    Sauted 80% hamburger, without the grease drained...

    Sauted 80% hamburger, without the grease drained off. Sardines in oil. Melted butter or heavy whipping cream (use in small amounts first in case he is sensitive to milk proteins). Essentially...
  18. Have you tried the 2-treat method of feeding...

    Have you tried the 2-treat method of feeding pills? Put the pill in a treat the dog really likes. (I usually use butter; and none of my dogs are ever fooled by margarine. I've tried the pill...
  19. LOL! What do you recommend for dokkens? The...

    LOL! What do you recommend for dokkens?

    The salad in a jar is clever, but my salads are a little more simple-minded. Items needed:
    A semi-disposable plastic container. (They come 5 or 6 to a...
  20. Omg. I was eating breakfast when I read this and...

    Omg. I was eating breakfast when I read this and felt like I was going to upchuck my oatmeal. I sincerely hope part of her sentencing involves never owning a pet of any kind ever again and never...
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    I had the tie-back surgery done on a standard...

    I had the tie-back surgery done on a standard poodle at 10.5 yr. He got aspiration pneumonia immediately, probably, the vets thought, he had inhaled vomit coming out of anesthesia. He was as sick...
  22. So awful. Makes me sick just thinking about it. ...

    So awful. Makes me sick just thinking about it. I can't imagine what it must have been like to experience it. That is the motel I always stay in for Espanola trials. I had thought it was...
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    Genetically, labs and goldens are very close. ...

    Genetically, labs and goldens are very close. Probably a lot of crossing going on before the stud books closed, and probably a bit afterwards prior to DNA testing.

    I'd bet the dog's hunting...
  24. Good boy,Tank!

    Good boy,Tank!
  25. Super duper, Mooser Gooser!

    Super duper, Mooser Gooser!
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