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    Senior Member Wayne Nutt's Avatar
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    Capt Jack asked to be dropped because he was upset about a dog food issue. You can probably still find the thread by a search.

    It got pretty nasty and he was terribly upset and nasty himself. The janitor unsuccessfully tried to cool both parties down but Capt Jack resigned so to speak.

    I forget the name of the dog food but it was my understanding that Capt Jack had a dog die because of the food.
    Wayne Nutt
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    Ken, As far as I know, there are only two types of music: Country or Western.
    Wayne Nutt
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    HRCH Patton's Parker Co. Shadow "Shadow"
    HRCH Clineline Hijacker "Jack"
    HRCH Marks a Lot Midnight Hudson, SH "Hudson"-retired
    Castile Creek's Rawhide, SH "Rowdy"

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    This is going nowhere.

    Captain Jack had some excellent interpretations of Lardy's materials. That is what I liked the most about his posts. I just don't have the time, and don't train enough dogs to keep totally immersed in the nuances of what makes Mike's program special. Glen has a good grasp of these nuances and seemed to communicate them pretty well.

    I'm locking the thread.

    Please be kind.

    Thanks, Chris
    "Determining and applying the criteria for when and when not to use correction is the essence of the art of dog training. I make a distinction between a mistake and a lack of effort." - Mike Lardy - Volume I "After Collar Conditioning"

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