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    Looking at the times of these posts, I'm wondering how much this thread cost corporate America. I'm on my break, I swear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat Squirrel
    I have interpreted this to mean that the dog is doing well remotely sitting (SEATING OUT) but he is having a problem getting the dog to sit when it has a snootful of bird (SEATING ON A DUCK)
    Ok now that we know the question.
    Where is Angie B with the answer?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat Squirrel

    How he got a dog with 9 MOUTHS though is beyond me..
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    GEEZ, just can't help myself!!!

    Gonna have to UN Zap this one so all can read it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry
    GEEZ, just can't help myself!!!

    Gonna have to UN Zap this one so all can read it.

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    You have to admitt its a pretty good one!

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    After rereading the original post I think I have figured it out.
    Chris stated that his dog would not ?Seat on a Duck?.
    I feel he meant to say ?upon?.
    This brings a whole new light on the subject.
    If he will not seat upon a duck, maybe the duck is too big.
    If this is the case, you need to purchase a set of duck crimpers.
    Crimp around the edge of the duck in a circle until you return
    to the starting point. This will down size the duck by about
    ? inch. If the he still can?t seat upon the duck, a smaller
    duck may need to be purchased.

    Hope this helps,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meleagris
    If this guy was really trying to ask a question, I kind of feel sorry for him
    I assumed he was having trouble with a nine MONTH old dog that won't SIT on a DOCK... you know, because they are open to the water and puppies are strange about open stairs and docks and wood-slat bridges...

    I gave him all the standard RTF advice AND told him about the Cheez Curls--I think he's in good shape!

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    I think he has a breaking dog. However if he truly means the dog will not "Sit" on a duck then I would say that's a good dog. I don't like my dog to sit on ducks either.
    "The longer you let a dog go in the wrong direction the more they think they are going in the right direction" Don Remien.

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    Someplace....perhaps it was Cabela's...I saw pre-seated disposable duck kits. No more searching for the seater or the duck tape. It's all right there in the kit.

    I've also heard they're working on an all digital model.

    Eric

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Johnson
    Someplace....perhaps it was Cabela's...I saw pre-seated disposable duck kits. No more searching for the seater or the duck tape. It's all right there in the kit.

    I've also heard they're working on an all digital model.


    this is without question the funniest thread to ever appear on RTF 8)

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