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BS: Our Amazing Dogs

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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: keberoxu
Date: 20 Jun 17 - 06:57 PM

And a gentle but heartfelt congratulations to Acme's Cinnamon who killed a rodent while the Labrador watched.


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: Gda Music
Date: 20 Jun 17 - 12:23 PM

I did read about a magic dog
it was an ABRACADABRADOR

GJ


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: leeneia
Date: 19 Jun 17 - 01:08 PM

Read a CBS story about a dog who saved the life of a little girl:


peanut


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: leeneia
Date: 19 Jun 17 - 01:02 PM

Keberoxu, apparently there are fake service dogs, and that terrier sounds like one.


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: keberoxu
Date: 19 Jun 17 - 12:57 PM

Dog days of summer ?


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: keberoxu
Date: 16 Apr 17 - 11:46 AM

Happy Easter, and I just met a service dog -- complete with red blanket/coat saying SERVICE DOG -- and his humans.
He is largely terrier, and a stocky muscular bodied fellow.
And I said, "Is he supposed to be working?"
cause he had his outfit on.
And he was straining at the leash trying to get past the person with the lead, and greet me.
"It's okay," they said. And chided him tenderly when he bounced on his hind legs and wanted my face. I had just washed, though, so my face didn't smell interesting to him.


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: keberoxu
Date: 19 Mar 17 - 04:06 PM

What's new with Beau?


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: Rusty Dobro
Date: 17 Mar 17 - 03:51 AM

Two labrador guide dogs at last night's session - far better behaved than some of the performers...


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: keberoxu
Date: 16 Mar 17 - 01:13 PM

Tami??


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: keberoxu
Date: 15 Mar 17 - 02:19 PM

Separated from Beau in a snowdrift!? No wonder puppy was unhappy. Tell more.


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: keberoxu
Date: 15 Mar 17 - 10:32 AM

Ranger1, good to hear that you got through the blizzard in one piece. How is Beau doing?


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: keberoxu
Date: 14 Mar 17 - 05:22 PM

Yes, it really does wonders for a dog's self-respect when it can do what it was bred to do.

There is a breeder of border terriers with that philosophy, in Canada. One of her stud dogs never did well in the show ring during those pup years -- the show circuit makes a big deal of young dogs -- but excelled at "earthdog" events and rallies and the active stuff. Time went on, and the breeder entered this dog at a show in the Veterans class, since his age had advanced. He beat out all the other veterans, not by being a compliant show dog, but because he had a healthy self-regard from years of happy hunting, and because he had been well-bred and kept in top shape.


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: Senoufou
Date: 14 Mar 17 - 03:17 AM

I'm sure our domestic pets (dogs, and cats too) haven't really left their instinctive behaviours behind, it's very near the surface. A farmer we know demolished an old rundown barn on his land, with the help of his two sons and numerous terriers. The rats apparently were streaking out from the debris in their dozens, but the terriers went wild with excitement and got the lot within minutes.

At the Norfolk Show, they always have a lovely turn where an entire Hunt comes into the arena, about thirty foxhounds, and huntsmen/women in red coats mounted on beautifully-groomed hunters. They sound their hunting horns, and the Whip controls the pack while they bay all round the ring. I know foxhunting is cruel and I'm glad it's been banned, but that is always a lovely sight at the Show!


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: Ebbie
Date: 14 Mar 17 - 02:52 AM

I missed seeing the show. I try to make it a point to see the Westminster show and that other one...

Speaking of working dogs versus the pampered house dogs reminds me of my old miniature poodle, a well-loved dog I had for many years. Mimi was a house dog but wise, loving and alert. My daughter and I have lots of stories about her.

Once I was at my brother's house, out in the paddock behind the barn. He had seen a rat and was dismantling a pile of old lumber where it had holed up. Yankee, his big Catahoula, was eagerly leaping from one side of the pile to the other trying to reach the rodent.

My dog stood by my side watching the excitement interestedly.

Suddenly the rat exited the lumber and dashed straight past my dog. Instantly Mimi's head flashed out and she grabbed the rat by the neck.

She held it until a moment later when my brother's dog bounded over and took the rat. Mimi surrendered it, obviously aware that the rat was the other's prize and that her role was making sure it didn't get away.


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: keberoxu
Date: 13 Mar 17 - 09:28 AM

I remember the year that Westminster was won by the beagle.
Don't know what the beagle was like in the field,
but he loved baying and howling at the audience.


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: Senoufou
Date: 13 Mar 17 - 07:18 AM

I agree pfr, it was a rather strange-looking animal, and I felt its head was a bit small for the rest of him. I also feel sorry for the dogs who are groomed to within an inch of their lives for these shows, it must be horribly boring and tiring for them.

At the Royal Norfolk Show, they have a section for the Dog Show, but it's generally real working dogs such as terriers, cocker spaniels (English type) sheepdogs, border collies and the like. They actually spend their lives out in the fields and on farms doing what they do naturally, retrieving game, herding stock, catching rats and vermin and so on. I imagine they have happy lives.


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: punkfolkrocker
Date: 13 Mar 17 - 05:55 AM

I fell asleep during crufts
[I could only hear the wife saying "oh isn't it cute...!!!" so many times before i drifted off], and woke up just as the winner was announced...

wtf... it looked more like a cartoon sloth puppet... or a ventriloquist's dummy...!!!???


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: Senoufou
Date: 13 Mar 17 - 05:41 AM

What do people think of the Crufts Winner, an American cocker spaniel?
He has the strange name of Afterglow Miami Ink. Lovely dog, but I can't imagine him working with the guns in a muddy field, or crossing streams to retrieve game etc. His silky, flowing fur looks as if it needs a daily visit to the hairdresser to manage it.
The judge apparently used to breed this type of dog, so was he biased?
There's big money in Crufts - a Winner can command thousands in stud fees and advertising...


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: keberoxu
Date: 12 Mar 17 - 02:18 PM

Mudcat says hello -- well, I say hello -- to Beau, Cinnamon, Obi Wan Cannoli, Gus Gus, and so many others.


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: keberoxu
Date: 11 Mar 17 - 03:01 PM

Ranger1, how goes it with the new four-footed member of your household, now that he has got you in better physical shape?


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: keberoxu
Date: 01 Mar 17 - 12:47 PM

our dogs are still amazing


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: keberoxu
Date: 20 Feb 17 - 12:22 PM

I still want to know if those Donuel posts from 30 January and 6 February mean what I thought they meant. I added two and two and got what I posted in response on 6 February, but was I completely mistaken?


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: keberoxu
Date: 19 Feb 17 - 01:57 PM

Ranger1, what about those photos of Beau?


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: keberoxu
Date: 14 Feb 17 - 11:03 AM

remembering the dogs


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: keberoxu
Date: 12 Feb 17 - 01:03 PM

When your dog loves you, is healthy, and satisfied with living with you,
every day is Valentine's Day.

That's even more true if it's a cat.


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: keberoxu
Date: 06 Feb 17 - 09:13 PM

Donuel, your dog has tested positive for lymphoma?
Did I read that right?
What a blow. I'm terribly sorry.


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: Donuel
Date: 06 Feb 17 - 03:20 PM

Swollen glands mean lymphoma.


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: keberoxu
Date: 06 Feb 17 - 01:54 PM

Thanks, Amergin, for disclosing your goodbye to Yoshi on the Uncomfortable Adventures thread. You have the gift of seeing your dog as she saw herself. And seeing yourself through her eyes.


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: Amergin
Date: 06 Feb 17 - 12:58 PM

I miss having a canine companion...my housemates have dogs, and theres this insane cat that adopted me, for some reason...but its not the same.


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: ranger1
Date: 06 Feb 17 - 12:17 PM

I dispensed with the crate for Beau last week. He's been mostly good, the first day, he ate a chunk off the cardboard cat scratcher that was hanging on the front door (and that the cat never used) and tore the loop that it hung from the knob by. I moved it to one side, and now the cat loves it. Go figure. And yesterday, I had to work a longer and different shift than I usually do at the market, and I guess he just couldn't hold it any more and peed in the bathroom. I give him credit, he was aiming for the cat's litter box, most went in, some on the floor that needed cleaning up.

We also took our first successful off-leash walk int he woods behind the house on Saturday. Thinly sliced hot dogs make excellent bribes/rewards!


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: keberoxu
Date: 05 Feb 17 - 05:04 PM

Thinking of everyone at the Mudcat Café who is bonded to their dogs, whether that bond is causing them delight or whether they are suffering along with the suffering of their canine companions.

After all these years, I still miss Mickey the Bagel Dog. gulp.


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: keberoxu
Date: 31 Jan 17 - 02:47 PM

A very photogenic little long-legged terrier is Beau. Those photos will be a treat. Thanks Tami!


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: ranger1
Date: 30 Jan 17 - 10:00 PM

Beau is well, thanks for asking! Took a chance and left him loose in the house instead of crating him today and he was a very good dog. I may be able to get rid of the crate, which will free up a lot of space.

He's also been part of the Photo a Day challenge that I take part in. When I get the photos uploaded to Flickr, I'll post a ink to the album.


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: keberoxu
Date: 30 Jan 17 - 07:22 PM

Cannoli in the jacuzzi


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: olddude
Date: 30 Jan 17 - 07:06 PM

My back was hurting so I decided to take a hot bath with the massage jets on full. Well my dog nosed tthe door and jumped in with me. Ugh :)


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: Donuel
Date: 30 Jan 17 - 05:21 PM

My dog has swollen glands?


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: keberoxu
Date: 30 Jan 17 - 01:59 PM

How goes it with Beau though?


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: keberoxu
Date: 22 Jan 17 - 04:10 PM

refresh

(Ranger1, I guess what made me think of the question, was seeing snapshots of that farm where the Highland cattle were. But those are someone else's animals, I understand that.)


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: ranger1
Date: 19 Jan 17 - 09:23 PM

Keberoxu, I don't have any other pets. The two I have are enough. I do have a fox that cruises the back field and a family of crows that visit the compost pile on a daily basis, but they're more acquaintances than pets.


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: olddude
Date: 19 Jan 17 - 08:12 PM

My friend had a pig called Chris p bacon


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: keberoxu
Date: 19 Jan 17 - 02:37 PM

Ranger1, have you got pets in addition to the dog and the cat?


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: keberoxu
Date: 18 Jan 17 - 02:14 PM

Of all the dogs that had to be accounted for, 22 of them went to the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary nine years ago.
One of them, Oscar, was put to sleep this week. That brings the number of surviving dogs down to eleven, as eleven are now dead.
Oscar, as far as I know, was not afflicted with babesia. He was, however, taking pain medication on a daily basis, and all I can gather is that the pain was chronic, and the conditions behind the pain could be treated but not reversed. Oscar's adoptive owner stated that Oscar was having more bad days than good ones now, and that it was time to let him go while he could pass comfortably and with dignity.

Of the eleven survivors out of the Best Friends Sanctuary 22, I believe that four dogs remain at the Sanctuary. Meryl, a female, must remain at the Sanctuary for life, by court order. The other three are Willie Boy, Curly, and Mya: two males and a female in that order. It is questionable if Willie Boy and Curly will ever be adopted outside the sanctuary, with their anxiety and fearfulness. But they are being looked after as if the sanctuary is their forever home. Willie Boy favors the horse toy, a large rubber ball on a swing, which he will bump the way the horses bump it. Curly favors the office of the dog-area managers, and is a champion shredder of paper and cardboard boxes.
Mya excells at being a surrogate mother to puppies.

Here's a Best Friends Sanctuary link if I can get it to work.

Vicktory Dogs: some updates


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: keberoxu
Date: 17 Jan 17 - 07:34 PM

Rapparee, earlier in this thread, saluted the Vicktory Dogs.

I just went to the Best Friends website because I needed a Vicktory Dog update.
It has been nine years since the rescue.
Some of the dogs actually were re-homed, adopted out.
At least a dozen stayed at the Best Friends sanctuary.
Presently, they are getting fed, walked, sheltered, medicated, and all the love and attention they need.
They are slowly but surely dying off. They were dying from the beginning, one at a time. Not all of the same cause; but in many cases the culprit was "babesia" which is blood-borne. Lukas and Tug, two heavily scarred Vicktory dogs who enjoyed some happy years at the Sanctuary, died of babesia. The latest is Denzel, the big black pitbull named in honor of Denzel Washington: babesia again.

The one the rescuers named "Georgia," the brood bitch for whom the Vickpeople hired a vet at some point to do a thorough and professional job of extracting every tooth, bad or good, in her jaws, the better to forcibly breed her without her damaging the stud dogs (yes it means what you think), became something of a celebrity, with her big toothless pitbull grin. She was old and worn-out physically, and her kidneys finally did for her, but she was tenderly cared for until the end. Sigh.


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: keberoxu
Date: 11 Jan 17 - 12:25 PM

Was just reminded of former First Dogs, Bo and Sunny.


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: keberoxu
Date: 10 Jan 17 - 01:09 PM

refresh, and thanks olddude et alia.


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: olddude
Date: 09 Jan 17 - 08:55 PM

Nothing can make you happier than a dog and nothing can break your heart like a dog.. If my dogs are not waiting for me in heaven, I won't go


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: ranger1
Date: 09 Jan 17 - 02:04 PM

Hi Dan! Welcome back!

Keberoxu, thanks for the story about Mickey.

As for Beau, he attended his first ceilidh this past weekend, entertained the other guests, licked the two babies that were present, and kept his nose off the food table, even though there was a lovely port roast up there. The trash basket on the floor was a little more problematic, but after repeated reminders that it wasn't for him, he started ignoring it. He received many compliments for his behavior, including praise from a woman who used to train dogs professionally. He did cause an embarrassing moment when he peed on the floor late in the evening, but t may have been because both times that I'd taken him out previously he had just lifted his leg and gotten frightened by the plow truck going by and by one of the other guests scraping the ice off their windshield. Either way, I cleaned up after him and no carpets or upholstery were involved and it didn't seem to bother our hosts.


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: keberoxu
Date: 09 Jan 17 - 12:54 PM

Although I prefer to skulk and lurk under my membername, it would be a good time to mention a dog in my past, making further disclosure of my own personal info.

During my childhood, my brother and his best friends came storming home from play one day, with a hound in tow: can we keep her? She had been dumped. Whoever dumped her, probably did so because she was gun-shy, poor lamb. Not only did she have a horror of guns -- even the sight of an unloaded shotgun, propped up against the wall in the corner, would freak her out -- but she lost it during thunderstorms and Fourth-of-July fireworks displays. She would shake like a little leaf.

Full grown, she was, and the boys named her Mickey for some reason. Although she greatly resembled a beagle, there was something else in there as well, probably more hound but a different breed of hound. Her eyes, for example, were not beagle eyes strictly speaking, with all that "eyeliner" effect; her eyes were "makeup-free" if you can imagine how that looks. Proportions were a little different as well: her legs were long and slender, and so was her head, more so than a purebred beagle. But the markings in her fur were classic beagle markings against a background of snow white. She shed something awful, bless her.

And she was so beautifully house-trained, by the damn fools who threw her away by the side of the road, that she ended up training us more than we trained her!

It was time for Mickey to go out and do her business, for example, when she told us so. From the beginning she had her own protocol and she taught it to us. She would head over to the door, and ... you'll never guess ... she would SNEEZE. Loudly, and repeatedly. All of us would drop whatever we were doing, and say, uh-oh, time to let Mickey out, and we would hurry to the door, where Mickey would dance around impatiently, and would zoom outside as soon as the door would open. Yes, it was embarrassing how well trained we were by that dog.   

I was away at university when the news was relayed to me. She had gone for a stroll along state route number [] which was a thoroughfare for trucks, from the Eisenhower regime. She was found by the shoulder, and a truck had hit her; it appeared that she died instantly and suffered not at all. I recall thinking: Poor kid, she got lucky, when none of us had the toughness to have her put down, she was dispatched quickly and painlessly in spite of us.

We will never have another companion like Mickey.


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: olddude
Date: 08 Jan 17 - 11:32 PM

I have four dogs three wieners and a lab newfie mix who thinks he is a wiener dog.. I have one hairy wiener dog called hairy-it aka cousin it aka sasquash.. A black and tan wiener danke.. My Obie and the 150 lbs Gus Gus.. He doesn't answer to the first Gus hence Gus Gus..


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Subject: RE: BS: Our Amazing Dogs
From: olddude
Date: 08 Jan 17 - 08:23 PM

Obie won cannoli.... He is long and sweet Lol


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