Saturday, May 21, 2016

I Would Not Play This Dog for Money



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  1. This dog scratches a lot. A flea collar would fix that.

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    1. A does of "Revolution" from a nearby veterinarian would do a better job. If not that, an application of "Advantage" found in Pet Stores does a good job of repelling fleas.

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    2. Fredd - Good One.

      FT - We use Frontline as we heard there were some health related problems with either Avantage or Revolution. Maybe true, maybe not.

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    3. We put a Seresto collar on our healthy Doberman and two days later she was dead. My husband took the body to the vet's office to have her cremated, but failed to ask for a necropsy so we'll never know what happened. The fleas wreak havoc on our pets, but so can the "cures".

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    4. Cube, of course you won't use that product again. We've been using Frontline (dog and cat versions) for years and no problems. fwiw

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  2. Sorry. I can't view videos right now, because Flash Player has cut me off again –– for the umpteenth time.

    It may take a few weeks for service to be restored.

    Pain in the ass!

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    1. FT, That's odd. Cut you off? If you use the Chrome browser it updates flash every time you start the browser. Though I read where Chrome is going to stop supporting Flash since it has more holes than a ton of swiss cheese.

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    2. I don't like chrome. I'm stuck on firefox.
      I uninstall flash and go to adobe and reinstall.
      all so uninstall shockwave - if it is in the programs uninstall list- and reinstall or leave shockwave uninstalled until a video ask for it.
      This way you get the latest and bestist version.
      I have had to wait for an update even after a lateist and greatist reinstall.

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    3. oh, and reset or better yet turn off the computer and re boot after a uninstall----before a reinstall.
      Sometimes it is better if you turn off and re boot 2 times, and then reinstall.

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    4. TS/WS. Good advice. I like Firefox and use it for some things but like Chrome too.

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  3. Hmmmmmm - I wonder how they did that. Did they set up the balls just so? Cute video and cute doggie.

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    1. Adrienne, certainly at the last part of the video the balls were setup, maybe early on too, but it sure looks like the dog is making the shots by himself. Dogs may be geometry geniuses too in addition to all the other amazing talents they have,

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    1. Ed, Could be. Dogs are awfully talented though.

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  5. The doggie's not all that great. It doesn't even know how to hold a pool cue.

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    1. Euripides, that's sounds like discrimination. That new thing we are all so obsessed with here in these [non]United States.

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  6. Does he always go after the cue ball?

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    1. AOW, That's an interesting question. How does he know to use the que ball to make a shot? Trained I guess. Or did they just include the shot in the vid when he pushed the que?

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    2. that was my question as I watched
      C-CS

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    3. C-CS, A great question it was.

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    4. Kid,
      The video was edited. But I also suspect that the dog was trained to go after the white cue.

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    5. That is one smart dog. The dog told me that shooting pool was how he paid for college and has also earned several honorary degrees. His owner told me that the dog is also prodigious liar.

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    6. AOW, I agree.

      Cube, :-)

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