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« Reply #135 on: November 15, 2017, 03:10:07 PM »

Our pup has many issues besides being blind but she knows out UPS driver and when he drops off any package, she's right by the gate to get her biscuit and her tail is about falling off...

Must be something on the pre-employment test that has to do with dogs because our previous driver who retired, was the same, dog friendly.  Even the Fed-Ex guys all have dog treats and the pup is always waiting.

Now the mail person, she could care less about and the mail person and her have no interaction at all.

Being a dog person, I can tell right away if any dog is friendly, scared or just nasty and I always act accordingly.

One of my chipper customers has a not so nice Doberman that I was warned about right away.  I have always ignored him and now he comes right up to me and wants to be rubbed.  I always let the pup decide.  I never decide.

A dog is a much better judge of character than a human is anyway.

Great pictures BRD...
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« Reply #136 on: December 27, 2017, 09:08:26 AM »

We were heading north on Monroe St yesterday and had to stop for the light at Dunbar.  A Blue Escape turned the corner heading north.  Their back window was down and there was a huge dog hanging his head out the window and enjoying the nice fresh air.  Not sure what it was but looked like maybe a Malamute.  Once the car got back up to speed the dog did pull it's head back in but he gave us a big smile when we pulled up beside him at the next light!
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« Reply #137 on: December 27, 2017, 10:15:18 AM »

I just went to let the dog out as EMD was starting the 'last Wednesday' siren test.  The recording was talking and it seemed especially loud...   maybe the cold still air?

The dog stopped in his tracks and was really listening.  Must be confusing to a critter!
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« Reply #139 on: June 24, 2018, 10:36:10 AM »

This is pretty cool if you're into training your dogs to do some complicated things.

This appears to be in Madrid and looks like some kind of a demo at a sporting event. 

The pup is an official police dog and you can see his little blue bubble light on his back. 

It appears to be a Rottweiler so he will definitely have enough weigh to perform effective CPR when he grows up. 


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