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Old 02-06-2012, 02:44 PM
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Now who's the <good sport<

Pretty darn hard to remain professional when you have dog pee on your clothes and you don't know whether they can catch a whiff of it.

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Old 02-06-2012, 09:45 PM
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Eh, I felt like it was my fault to some extent because I wanted to play with an unfamiliar dog while I was waiting. And as I recall no one noticed. I suppose I lucked out.
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Otis hasn't done any people YET, but he'll nail almost anything else that breaks the plane of the grass. Fishing tackle boxes, golf bags, jackets, etc ...
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Old 02-07-2012, 01:52 PM
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Hank hasn't managed to 'get' me yet but mostly cause I stand far enough away! lol He's got a good two feet stream going on there! But agreed...he'll nail anything he finds...leaves, sticks, trash cans, branches...he prefers the vertical items rather than the horizontal. And oh lord help us if a BIG dog got a target that is too short for him...he'll give it his best try! LOL
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Late to the party here; SO glad to know Quentin is well and active!

About dogs peeing on people - it's been suggested that because "marking' is one of the stress-relief calming signals dogs use, perhaps they pee on people who have just made some kind of louder-than-normal sound; I'm thinking, calling out, laughing, shouting, and the like. Anyway, that's something to think about, and perhaps observe, in case a dog pees on you! Or, better, on somebody else; ha!

If you watch a lot, you can see how "marking' functions as a way of calming the pee-er, though I doubt it would much calm the pee-ee.
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If you watch a lot, you can see how "marking' functions as a way of calming the pee-er, though I doubt it would much calm the pee-ee. Wed, 8 Feb 2012 01:43:55 (PST)
Too true!

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