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Loved Kiz’s stories of Ami Lou ,miss the board, Kiz,Val and Rough in fact all the old regulars. Run free Amilou you will be sadly missed, so sorry Kiz x
Now we need to hear all about their training and how hard it can be to train 2 pups at once even when you are experienced ;D also their little quirks and lots of pictures, can never have too many pictures :ok:
[quote author=Val link=topic=16788.msg285200#msg285200 date=1377033221]
I love those ears
so do I ;D
[quote author=Diesel73 link=topic=16724.msg285100#msg285100 date=1370853125]
I know how you feel, sweetie :-*. So soooo sorry to hear this.
Feel lost, no husband, no Dad and now no dogs
where are you based? America? try a local search on line for vets, kennels and rescue centres that may need help. You could ask neighbours with pets if they would let you walk/help with their animalsFebruary 4, 2013 at 10:38 pm in reply to: Would you and your dog like to be in a documentary film? #106542
[quote author=Val link=topic=16643.msg284959#msg284959 date=1360007794]
Jemmima was a show person with pedigee dogs :what: I trust none of them.
Well done Lassie the detective
shame when you can’t trust people like you can dogs 🙁
Did you see the secret life of dogs with Martin Clunes ?January 26, 2013 at 10:39 pm in reply to: Would you and your dog like to be in a documentary film? #106539
You are right Val 🙁
A Dog’s Life / A Dog’s World
A contact who competes in dog shows was recently telling me about a largely unseen underside to the competitions. Issues to explore include: inbreeding to preserve desired traits at the cost of health, old or unfit dogs being re-homed or left with shelters, insurance scams on pedigrees and even unnecessary surgery to improve appearance.
Ideally this would be an undercover investigation over a long period to gather video evidence of mistreatment and interviews with competition participants and rights campaigners to establish conflict.
Such a proposal may however be difficult to convince our primaries to agree to discussing openly, for fear of affecting their reputation or standing within the community. For this reason, it may be wise to instead focus on the strange and humourous aspects of dog showing, to avoid such difficulties. We could reflect this farcical side in our method of filming, using unconventional editing, or employing the use of GoPro cameras attached to dogs to demonstrate their point of view, a ‘voice of dog’ technique. This could then be made literal with an actor’s overlayed narration.
The style we choose though, will ultimately be determined by the nature of the footage we record.January 26, 2013 at 8:46 pm in reply to: Would you and your dog like to be in a documentary film? #106538
[quote author=Val link=topic=16643.msg284952#msg284952 date=1359231831]
Remember Jemmima Puddleduck and her little production :boooo:
Yes but they say they are students making a film, not all people are like her thank God. If they are are who they say they are I am sure people can check on that but we are in danger of judging all people on JP and her standards
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rugulent.yolasite.comJanuary 26, 2013 at 7:50 pm in reply to: Would you and your dog like to be in a documentary film? #106536
Might be worth you checking any dog clubs in your area and contacting them direct, will be some on the regional pet services on this site. Depends on what you want, showing, flyball, obedience etc
[quote author=Izzie link=topic=16629.msg284911#msg284911 date=1357001633]
Never too late! :agree:
I admire your optimism and I hope you are right :ok:
Hi and welcome, photos would be good :ok:
[quote author=Izzie link=topic=16629.msg284904#msg284904 date=1356797651]
Hope 2013 is good for everyone! :ok:
Lets get the board up and going again :agree:
Good Luck with that one, maybe too late 🙁
Isn’t there a shedding brush/comb you can get??
If I knew whose dog it was I would be very tempted Diesel, bad enough losing Dad but to do that……… >:( 🙁
You will have him working the birds by the time he is a year old 😉