Archive for September, 2012

Q&A: Do you know a very special ” Dog Lover ” ?

Question by Dizz: Do you know a very special ” Dog Lover ” ?
Someone who loves dogs & people with a passion , too ?

Happy Eve All . D :)

Dedicated to a Papaw { a wonderful man } * smiles *.

Best answer:

Answer by papaw
Thanks!! You leave me at a loss for an answer…..

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Dumbest dog training advice you’ve ever heard?

Question by Curtis M WINS! FLAWLESS VICTORY!: Dumbest dog training advice you’ve ever heard?
I came across a video…from an answer to a question…which has got to be the dumbest thing I have EVER in life heard about dog training (at least from someone who actually teaches people how to train their dogs for money).

In response to that guy: Well duh genius…that’s why you only teach behaviors with food and use corrections to stop them from eating cheeseburgers magically thrown out of windows and squirrels. You obviously have no concept teaching in a low distraction environment, and then proofing in a high distraction environment with corrections…why does that concept elude so many people, is it really that difficult?

Also! What’s the dumbest thing you’ve ever heard somebody who accepts money for their training advice say?

(no wives tales or “My neighbor” stories, but a real “trainer”/”behaviorist”)

Best answer:

Answer by maxBirdy
i used to make a motor boat sound and tickle the bottom of my dogs ear, it made him sad and depressed and angry, and he almost bit me a few times, he hated it. so to fix the problem i would do it again, except give him a treat after, eventually he realized it was no big deal and stopped being sad.

im no trainer but i am very good with dogs, and i have to say using small treats or even ‘trainer’ treats, work best with any animal. (over patting them on the head lolwut)

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What is the reason for the “Lucky Dog” in NASCAR?

Question by : What is the reason for the “Lucky Dog” in NASCAR?

Best answer:

Answer by Jeffy.
To give drivers that are a lap down to get back in the hunt.

Before the rule was installed, drivers would “race back to the caution”; however, there was a gentleman’s agreement not to race, but to slow down and not pass, to allow slower cars to get their laps back. During a September 14, 2003 Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire International Speedway, Casey Mears came close to contacting the stalled car of Dale Jarrett whilst racing back to the line during a caution caused by Jarrett’s crash. NASCAR chose to abandon the practice and stop racing immediately in the wake of the incident. The rule was created as a way of continuing the practice of yielding to the slower cars without sacrificing safety.

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Havahart® Wireless Launches Radial-Shape2 Wireless Dog Fence

Havahart® Wireless Radial-Shape2 System

Lititz, PA (PRWEB) April 03, 2012

Havahart® Wireless, the market leader in wireless electronic devices for dog containment, has announced the launch of its next generation of wireless pet fencing, the Radial-Shape2 Wireless Dog Fence. The instant circular fence system features over 10 product updates, including enhancements to the communications system and dog collar. The company has also redesigned its Consumer Care team to give customers an improved system set-up experience.

Radial-Shape Havahart® Wireless Dog Fence systems are the world’s first wireless dog fence systems that can expand up to a 400-foot radius – that’s close to 20 times more roaming area for dogs than is provided by other wireless brands. This makes it the most advanced, do-it-yourself dog containment system on the market.

“We’re so excited to let our customers know that our newest system truly stretches the boundaries of wireless dog fencing,” stated Kelly Howard, category development associate for the Havahart® Wireless.

The Radial-Shape2 Wireless Dog Fence system features several improvements over the original Radial-Shape Wireless Dog Fence system, based on customer feedback and new engineering developments:

Newly engineered system – Upgraded software coupled with new-engineered hardware produces a better quality, more reliable signal and response between the Controller and the Collar. This enhanced digital communication also saves time during the system set-up, which now takes less than one hour.

Improved dog collar – A new battery cap design that is flush with the battery housing and requires a coin to open and tighten the cap, providing a more secure fit. The new collar strap is made from heavy-gauge nylon webbing with a ¾-inch snap buckle closure. The water-resistant collar fits neck sizes from 14-26 inches. For small dog owners our Small Dog system features a rubberized collar with stainless steel buckle, which fits neck sizes 10-17 inches. The Radial-Shape2 Wireless Dog Fence system can accommodate up to two collars.

Revamped Consumer Care – Redesigned with greater customer focus, including availability seven days a week and streamlined processes that help minimize call times. Customers also now have the option of scheduling an appointment to walk through the fence installation set-up.

The Radial-Shape2 Havahart® Wireless Dog Fence offers a 2-dog system as well as a system for small dogs. All systems are backed with a 10-year Limited Warranty and 30-day Return Policy. Customers can purchase Havahart® Wireless products online at

About Havahart® Wireless

Havahart® Wireless and its partners offer the latest generation in wireless dog fence technology with an instant circular dog fence that expands up to a 400 foot radius and the world’s first wireless dog fence that custom shapes to any yard. The patented Havahart® Wireless systems give consumers reliable, user-friendly, economical fencing solutions capable of providing extended dog roaming areas.

In addition to fence offerings, the Havahart® brand carries an array of electronic pet devices and training tools that make home living safer, easier, and more secure for both pet owners and their loyal dogs.

Havahart® Wireless and Havahart® are registered trademarks of Woodstream Corp.

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Related Dog Fence Press Releases

Question by Zach: What type of dog is it in the Disney movie “You Lucky Dog”?

Best answer:

Answer by Electro Ellie
a cartoon one ?

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sweet small dogs :)

hahaha did u see sweeties small dogs than them ??? 101 dalmacina or whatever is nothing near them :))
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Expressing anal glands (externally) on two small dogs at the Pooch Parlor Pet Groomer Academy in Ponderay, ID. Bring your gloves and Listerine.

Dog Bite Attorney Thomas J. Newell Wins Cash Settlement For Rottweiler Attack Victim

Dog Bite Attorney Thomas J. Newell Wins Cash Settlement For Rottweiler Attack Victim

(PRWEB) September 10, 2012

Dog Bite Attorney, Thomas J. Newell, was successful in winning a settlement for a Rottweiler attack victim in the Lehigh County Court of Common Pleas court # 2011- C- 3178. On Aug. 16, 2012, Judge J. Brian Johnson of the Lehigh County Court of Common Pleas approved a $ 130,000.00 settlement for a Lehigh Valley girl who had been attacked by a Rottweiler. The family of the Lehigh Valley girl hired dog bite attorney Thomas J. Newell, who filed a lawsuit against both the dog owners and the property owner. During the course of the legal discovery, Attorney Newell persuaded the homeowners’ insurance companies representing the Defendants to make a total payout of $ 130,000.00, with the net proceeds being placed into a structured settlement annuity.

In the last 3 years alone, Attorney Newell, one of the leading Pennsylvania dog bite lawyers, has represented dog bite victims in the following 14 Pennsylvania Counties: Adams, Berks, Bucks Carbon, Chester, Lebanon, Lehigh, Monroe, Montgomery, Northampton, Northumberland, Pike, Westmoreland & York. Thomas J. Newell is the recommended PA dog bite lawyer by other attorneys, and he also offers free HOME dog bite consultations anywhere in Pennsylvania.

Scott and Judith of Montgomery County had this to say about the help they received from Thomas J. Newell: “We want to thank Mr. Newell for how he and his staff handled our son’s dog bite case. He did so in such a professional manner and made my 9 year old feel very comfortable throughout the entire process. We would recommend Mr. Newell to everyone that needs a dog bite or accident attorney. He is the best there is. Thanks.”

When injured in a dog bite or other personal injury incident, people can quickly become overwhelmed while dealing with insurance companies. As a Pennsylvania personal injury lawyer, Mr. Newell’s job is to handle all of the legal and insurance issues so that his client can concentrate on getting better.

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