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Rather like the thing I learned early about Dobermans...never step aside to get out of the way of one who is doing the zoomies toward you....because he'll change direction at the last minute and then collide with you in your new place. Just stand still, grit your teeth (close your eyes if you must), and wait for him to zoom away again without touching you.
No mel...

Trust me.. Keep your eyes on them.

Yes, you face them head on. Lower your stance by at least 30%. Bend your knees. as that is the most important thing. A locked knee if impacted by a 80-90lb Dobe (or human) in full zoom mode is months in rehab! LOL.

Leave your arms out, but close to your side. It makes yourself look bigger. Keep your arms loose. That way if you get sideswiped, you may be able to control your fall. Roll if you fall. Head tucked in and arms mitigating the roll.

How do I know this? Forget years of crazy a$$ Dobes.

Basic martial arts.

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Lovely pictures. Except for the robber fly with his meal.

Do you know what kind of butterfly this one is?

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Ah yes...how could I have forgotten the importance of bent knees? (appropriate smily goes here, except I am directing this to 4x4, so I'll spare his sensibilities.)
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B67, those things you are talking about are inside the rooster somewhere. Not visible.
Finally someone talking sense here.

Beau? Do you know what a capon is? It's a more precise surgery procedure. Got to cut between the correct ribs, from the outside.

Then put a little grasper in there and pull their jewels out.

This is true!

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Lovely pictures. Except for the robber fly with his meal.

Do you know what kind of butterfly this one is?

I thought it was a spicebush swallowtail but one of my FB friends thought it was a pipevine swallowtail. Either way, it's gorgeous
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Figured it out....
A spicebush swallowtail



Picture taken at Shelby Farms, Memphis, Tennessee.


Apparently they like Zinnias.


You beat me to it....
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Good Evening Peeps!

I am just jumping in, here.

Just got home from loading, hauling and delivering a "free" refrigerator!

A certain co-worker, who shall not be named, got a "free" refrigerator!

Co-Pilot did it!!!!

She's gonna get a tongue lashing on the way to work.

Mister got grumpy with me, in front of her, when he was putting the fridge door back on.

I was either helping too much or not enough. I told him he wasn't giving me good directions.

Boys!

And! I am going to say it!

He's drives like crap and he wants a Corvette?

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I think the friend is right...looks like the spicebush has a double row of orange spots on the wing underside.

I got all excited when I saw that the spicebush picture was taken in TN AND on a zinnia...in fact, I wondered if you were the source of the picture.

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Yea! What the hell do ya think you were going to get out of a bird named ken..Eggs! Fertilized ones!!

SP , let Ken fullfill his destiny. Any good chicken farmer has to be self reliant and be thinking of next years birds. Who needs the Post Office?
Good plan for a zombie apocalypse.

Wasn't my plan, but he's cute and can't wait hear him crow.

Guess he can stay.

In his own dorm room.

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Some pics from the last week or so

First up, a curious otter

Next, we have a robber fly eating lunch. Or dinner. Or both

How about a dragonfly?

And last but not least, a few butterflies




Stop showing me otters.

I love them too much!

Next thing you know, my dry pond will be sealed and in the winter I will bring them in the house to play in the bathtub.
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Good morning everyone - awake since 3:15am (Mila) up at 4:37am.....getting better

Think it is going to be one of those days - get up with Mila, take her out, come back in start making coffee - get to the 3rd scoop before I realize it is sugar in the filter basket not coffee. Sugar bowl is much different than the coffee jar.


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I was either helping too much or not enough. I told him he wasn't giving me good directions.
Hmmm I may have been guilty of this a time or 2....

So it is a bit early in the morning - but I have to say I am a bit confused concerning ECIN - is he Kenny/Ken, Doc, Chicken, Fox, Movie Star, Farmer, Writer?

Oops Mila wants to go out - and back - just wanting to look around.

Time to jump off and practice piano - lesson tomorrow.
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Oh great you jump on and now jump off before I can reply.
I am the early riser on this thread.
Glad to see al of your posts.
Well ECIN...is Kenny....and is also Doc ...he is a corn farmer.......and I have seen pictures of him and he is a fox
Also referred to as Hulk Hogan...kinda looks like the Hulk........also frequently referred to as azzhole.....although that is a common name for many of our roosters on this thread.
Glad to know you play piano you will have to make us a video sometime.

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Hey folks......Brutus dad was over last night....as you recall Brut passed away last week from DCM....anyway I have in my possession medications .....bottles sealed does not expire until October of 2020.......Vetmedin/Pimobenden 5 mg per tablet chewable......owner indicated very expensive drug. So if anyone can use these I will ship them to you....if not looking for ideas on what to do with them ?? Not sure if rescues would accept them..thought I would start here versus opening a new thread .......thoughts? Also have 4 months of trifexis brand new in sealed package......anyone ?
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Think it is going to be one of those days - get up with Mila, take her out, come back in start making coffee - get to the 3rd scoop before I realize it is sugar in the filter basket not coffee. Sugar bowl is much different than the coffee jar

Lmao ! Thanks for my laugh of the morning Mod ! Know I have to tell on myself , when we were planting corn , it was go time , I had got up pretty early , I just make instant coffee , so put the cup with water in the microwave , came out to the office , after a short time , went back in to fix my coffee , opened the microwave , but there was NO cup ! I am slow some morning waking up , I came back out to the office , What did I do with it ? No cup here , went back in and looked around , I opened up the cabinet I keep the coffee in and there it was ! I had put it in there and then turned on the microwave = Ken , you dumbazz , lol

Call me what ever , Di and SP do , lol

Di , thanks for the kind words
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Hey folks......Brutus dad was over last night....as you recall Brut passed away last week from DCM....anyway I have in my possession medications .....bottles sealed does not expire until October of 2020.......Vetmedin/Pimobenden 5 mg per tablet chewable......owner indicated very expensive drug. So if anyone can use these I will ship them to you....if not looking for ideas on what to do with them ?? Not sure if rescues would accept them..thought I would start here versus opening a new thread .......thoughts? Also have 4 months of trifexis brand new in sealed package......anyone ?
Di , when Kasia passsed , we had lots of meds for her , I asked the vet if they could give them to somebody that could use them , he said as long as they were not opened and that he could not repay us for them , I told him we didnít want any money , they were pretty expensive , and want to have them that may not be able to afford them , to help there pet .

We took the rest to a drug drop that the sheriffs department puts on a couple times a year .
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She tells us that when we're walking the course, or learning it, that instead of saying....1..2..3..to find our way through the obstacles, we say tire..walk..tunnel...jump..tunnel or whatever order we're supposed to go in.
Oh dear...I don't really know any trainer who call out courses by the cone number and have always thought they are more for the benefit of the course builders than those running the courses. Ditto for the fact that she calls out what the jump or obstacle is or is next is generally how people remember things.

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But like today...I got HDD through the hoop, through a tunnel, over a jump, up the dog walk, flipped into the end of another tunnel; I was supposed to take him over a jump next, but got confused. I did take him over a jump...just not the one I was supposed to.
Happens to everyone Mel--even in trials, even to people who have been running agility with trained dogs for years. As time goes along you get a feel for the kind of obstacle that will come next and what ones are not likely to--it's not even something you set out purposely to learn. As I'm always the bystander (can't run--can't handle a Doberman in Agility without running at least some) I get to see people from their first agility dog and to their first agility dog to earn a MACH. And I have friends who are very athletic who would go home crying after classes very sure that they would never "get' it and that their dog would really never get it. But my friend who handles my Dobes in agility (and any other performance event) still freaks out about the prospect that one of my dogs might get the broad jump as the jump in some Agility trial (my dogs all do the broad jump and they all jump it with the same command and she's never had one fail to deliver but she also worries about it at practically every trial. Or the friend who, until he finally learned how to slow his very fast first agility dog (a Doberman) never could Q--because the dog, once his handler fell behind would invent his own fun courses and run them happily until the owner caught up.

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She tells us the course, more or less, as she walks through it, talking about what to do and what the dog might decide to do instead, and then we're expected to go on our own with no cues from the trainer (except to help when we or the dog messes up--takes a ramp instead of a tunnel because we're lined up wrong, or even if we're miscuing the dog by the way our feet are pointed--who knew agility would be so complicated?)
Agility is one of those things it's really hard to separate into pieces while training either dogs or handlers. There are so many things you (the handler) are doing at the same time about the only training technique that works is the one that goes-"first I tell 'em, then I do it and tell 'em what I'm doing, then I do it tell 'em what I told them and then I tell 'em what I did and what they are going to do." (I suspect that if the dog was listening he could perform faultlessly if you just followed him.)

For the record--even though where you feet are pointing is one cue that you can screw up the one most people have to learn to have in the proper place is shoulders--I swear to you if watch a lot of agility you'll see what has been called the agility posture--it's recognizable.

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*sigh* And she knows better than to ask me to do the course first without being able to see someone else run it first...though she did say that as time goes on, she likes to call on the people who are always hovering in the back waiting for someone else to start, so my time is coming.
<SNORT> Bad, bad trainer and trainee--no hiding in the back row. The longer you work at agility in classes or on your own the sooner you'll pick up the ability to put it all together (or most of it--anyone who has played in agility for any length of time will tell you that their dog has saved them from total failure many times and I've seen that and I've seen the opposite. My friend used to run the litter sister of one of my males--that bitch had a mind of her own and if she wanted to play she would and if she didn't it was like dropping a marble in a bathroom sink and watching it roll around and around and around--that was her bitches technique for getting to go home--when she turned off she just zipping around and around the ring until her owner finally walked her down and trapped her.

Grit your teeth and keep practicing--HDD will make a handler out of you 'cause he likes the game.

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Lady Di--Vetmedin is a very expensive drug and Toad and I can use it if no one else claims it I can also use the Trifexis which is probably the large dog size and I just ran out if it--it's also a very expesive drug--don't know what you use for heartworm prevention but the weight spread for Brutis might cover the size you guy uses.

Contact me at my regular e-mail [email protected] and if I can have them I'd gladly reimburse you for the shippinjg.

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Di , when Kasia passsed , we had lots of meds for her , I asked the vet if they could give them to somebody that could use them , he said as long as they were not opened and that he could not repay us for them , I told him we didnít want any money , they were pretty expensive , and want to have them that may not be able to afford them , to help there pet .

We took the rest to a drug drop that the sheriffs department puts on a couple times a year .
INFRMATION ABOUT CANINE DRUGS

Kenny, Lady Di and anyone else who needs to know. Particularly if it is any of the cardio drugs that you have after the dog who needed them passes away some vet clinics will accept any drugs and distribute them to various free clinics locally or sometimes to Vet's without Borders (who may be going anywhere). The clinic I work for does this.

Sometimes if you contact a local chapter club (look up the locations in the DPCA site they can often tell you who might accept free drugs in original packaging opened or not. And sometimes they can tell you who, locally could use the cardio meds.

And if it's drugs that no one seems to want or use almost al Police stations, Sheriff offices, Fire departments and sometimes major hospitals can tell you who will accept prescription drugs for disposal.

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"Or the friend who, until he finally learned how to slow his very fast first agility dog (a Doberman), never could Q--because the dog, once his handler fell behind would invent his own fun courses and run them happily until the owner caught up."

Great story, Bug.
Yup, we have a few in our class (and DogDog is one of them) who are very inventive when it comes to their coursework.

Hey, at least they're having fun at their job...better than one who becomes sludge whenever he's working.

And good advice about what to do with no longer needed dog meds.
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I am the early riser on this thread.
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Also referred to as Hulk Hogan...kinda looks like the Hulk........also frequently referred to as azzhole.....although that is a common name for many of our roosters on this thread.
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and I have seen pictures of him and he is a fox

I agree, Cuz.

I shouldn't agree too much as, he is one of my "brothers".

Come to think of it, you and I have been drooling over my nephew, Baby Bear!



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and I have seen pictures of him and he is a fox

I agree, Cuz.

I shouldn't agree too much as, he is one of my "brothers".

Come to think of it, you and I have been drooling over my nephew, Baby Bear!


Coug! Meow... Grrr.
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What you up to, Bad Johnny?

You know you are my number 1, brother!

Got a good rant you need to get off your chest?

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