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    Thanks for the information. ...

    Thanks for the information.

    http://www.vetmed.wisc.edu/lab/corl/genetic-studies/

    I just sent for a kit for one of my dogs who is just starting down this path...


    Condolences for the loss...
  2. Is this still a "pilot" program or is it official...

    Is this still a "pilot" program or is it official now?
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    Yikes. I'm glad you both made it!

    Yikes. I'm glad you both made it!
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    Condolances from the Shohola pack.

    Condolances from the Shohola pack.
  5. Great work, Doug. Do what makes you, Lynn & the...

    Great work, Doug. Do what makes you, Lynn & the dogs happy.
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    I bought a couple of the emergency camper...

    I bought a couple of the emergency camper blankets. The problem with them is that they block airflow if they hang over windows or blow off if it's windy.


    Similar to this:
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    Congrat's on going 7. Looks like Andy has...

    Congrat's on going 7.

    Looks like Andy has Ticket and Lizzy back for the 8th. Go team Luckydux!
  8. Thread: Penn Hip

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    When I was breeding, I did both at 24+ months...

    When I was breeding, I did both at 24+ months (get two films of one view + more for PennHIP). There is some evidence that PennHIP is a better predictor of genotype, but they have a complicated...
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    I have Hustler X1. I mow both yard and fairly...

    I have Hustler X1. I mow both yard and fairly rough ground around my ponds, etc. It's a 54 in deck because I mow paths in my woods and didn't want a wider one. 26 HP Kawasaki. I bought from a...
  10. Have you ever straddled an electric cattle fence?...

    Have you ever straddled an electric cattle fence? :-)
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    While 1tulip's experience was unpleasant, closed...

    While 1tulip's experience was unpleasant, closed cars and toppers ARE dangerous. A K9 "officer" died earlier this summer when his human officer couldn't get back in time. A child died when he...
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    I've had mine for 6+ months (after losing my...

    I've had mine for 6+ months (after losing my Dogtra 1800 hunting) and like it. I am training daily now, but didn't during the winter.

    Holds a charge a long time and re-charges quick. Easy...
  13. While Gooser maps out a neat drive, it would be a...

    While Gooser maps out a neat drive, it would be a shame to miss Rocky Mt. Park completely. Maybe you could include Trail Ridge Road on your way west:
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    Last two times I got this: ...

    Last two times I got this:

    http://www.huntemup.com/shop/100-Bulk-Rubber-Tubing-Heavy-Duty-Winger-Launcher-Tubing-P5.aspx

    and was very satisfied.
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    Duck skiff

    I have a Carsten's Pintail - very stable paddles only a little harder than a canoe. Return from a memorable hunt.

    I had a Beaavertail 1200 - very rugged and even more stable, but HARD to paddle....
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    I had a dog who liked to carry the handle of her...

    I had a dog who liked to carry the handle of her lead (made out of climber's rope) in her mouth - lead herself back to the truck.
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    Yup, they work. ...

    Yup, they work. http://www.gundogsupply.com/ziwirelok.html I also have special metal brackets for my Gunners Up and old Sure-Flyte box launchers that I would prefer, but can't buy any more.
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    I teach trailing (where wind is less of a factor)...

    I teach trailing (where wind is less of a factor) and try to understand scenting there and on marks. There's no pat answer to the "basic" question. Hot and dry is usually tough, but I have seen it...
  19. Wow, what a vocabulary. And a pretty dog, too. ...

    Wow, what a vocabulary. And a pretty dog, too. ;-)
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    Another vote for smooth concrete. Inside my runs...

    Another vote for smooth concrete. Inside my runs is smooth and the walkway around the outside is broomed. The broomed surfase is too ruff to lay on and hard to clean.

    I would slope the outside...
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    Notice that the top on this one: ...

    Notice that the top on this one:
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    I have used Dogtra RR Delux for several years and...

    I have used Dogtra RR Delux for several years and recently replaced the batteries (1 of 3 was a little weak) and bought a 3rd receiver. They work fine and Pete Fischer's recorded duck call excites...
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    A little friendly advice: put the pins in the...

    A little friendly advice: put the pins in the "hinges". If they collapse they could cause a serious injury.
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    Some years ago I made a short visit to a working...

    Some years ago I made a short visit to a working test (as I think it was called) in north Yorkshire (before the field trial season). My experiences were very much like yours. Different games. I...
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    I haven't had any problems with the RT. Both of...

    I haven't had any problems with the RT. Both of these collars are probably excellent and even simpler ones like the Dogtra 1900S might serve your needs. (The G550 & RT have a LOT of buttons...)
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