http://www.oakdaleretrievers.com/Remembrance.html "You'll Cry"
Training is not science, it is art. A blend of this, a measure of that, a deep breath at the appropriate moment and always a loving touch.
As I am sure my thread is what sparked this one, I apologize for the incorrect terminology.
God bless!- Jamee
"If your dog doesn't like someone you probably shouldn't either"[/U]- Author unknown
HR Dr. J's RxRated High Caliber JH, QA2 "Kali"
Jamstar's Hot Tubb "Cuzzi" (NAFC Tubb x HR Kali JH QA2)
Watermark Shadow's Sweet Addiction "Jones" (FC AFC Shadow X Watermark's One Way)
#1 cheerleader: SJ's Gotta-Lot-A Go Lil "Jake"
Gone but never forgotten:
HR Stevie-Joe's Super "Star"- my heart dog, I love you baby
October 24, 2001-January 6, 2013
"I don't believe there should be any restrictions when it comes to firearms. None."
"""A couple of pleasant but obscure former governors representing a minor party may sound like an unpromising use of your ballot. Until you consider the alternatives." Gary Johnson
And, be sure to get your females "spaded", and "stud out" your dogs.
I'm most fond of "I just bread my dog". Really? What type of breading and how do you cook your pooch?
by a smart alec and out of a saint,
Yep, back when I fooled around with horses, most folks said 15-2, 16, 16-2, and so on or referred to it as 15 1/2, 16, 16 1/2 hands. Basically, (15 x 4)+2=62" at the top of the withers. A hand is 4" and the .1, .2, .3, refers to actual inches. Very seldom would someone refer to 15.1 or 15.3 because depending on what the horse was standing on and how they were standing could vary the actual measurement. If you see an add that uses .1 or .3 that's probably someone to really question. Just my 2 cents.