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« on: November 18, 2008, 07:25:22 PM »

Here is a photo of my new partner

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« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2008, 08:09:05 PM »

AWESOME!!!!
He looks like a police dog!!
And what great colors!!
I'm guessing he's a German shepherd, right?
 With the black face he looks like he might have some belgium shepherd in him.
 I love my dogs!!!
 I've had lots of dogs before, but never a German shepherd.

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« Reply #2 on: November 18, 2008, 10:04:39 PM »

Shawn, wow!!!  What a beautiful hunk of canine.  That pooch is beeeeautiful!!!!  Now you have said something that has sparked some interest in me.  You called him, now I wonder why I call it him, well, I guess it just looks male, your "partner".  Do you do something special with your dog?  It sounds to me like you may use him for guard dog purposes, police work, hunting, or something like that.  Will you tell us, elaborate please.

Maybe you just call him your partner because that is what he is.  That is what Titan, my Daughter's Pittbull is, he is my partner outside, never a moment away from my side.  You have one beautiful dog there, Shawn, thank you for sharing that picture.  have a great and wonderful day, great health.  Cindi
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« Reply #3 on: November 18, 2008, 10:31:24 PM »

I love german shepherds, you can't convince me that they are not THE smartest dog. I have never met one that I didn't like. Awesome looking dog!
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« Reply #4 on: November 19, 2008, 11:28:43 AM »

Shawn he is BEAUTIFUL!  He has the most intelligent face, looking so intently at you. Is he a police dog?  If so..(here are the questions rolleyes) how long does it take to train one?  Do you get to keep him after he is retired?  About how long is their working career?  Is he trained to detect a particular scent?  There was a retired police dog next door.  I was terrified of him as I was bitten as a child even thought he would just sit & watch me.  One day he came bounding over with his "Kong".  We were fast friends after that, every day going out to say hi & throw his toy. The lady that had him didn't do right by him (that's a whole long story..I get "bristly" when I think if it.. angry) & I was about to call the Humane Society when he was gone..Didn't even get to say goodbye Cry  They are wonderful dogs!  Hope you guys have a long friendship!  J
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« Reply #5 on: November 19, 2008, 12:10:09 PM »

SHE, is a police dog, hates to be called a boy. Kiss SHe is trained as a dual purpose dog, narcotic detection, tracking, handler protection, and criminal apprehension. She was imported into the US from the Chezk Republic. We went through a 5 week training cource but she already had some training beore I got her. Usually the dogs work up to 8 to 10 years depending on thier health. When it is time to stop working she will stay with, however it is u to the department depending on her temper at the time. She is a social dog and we have not had any problems with the kids, wife, or co-workers. We have been on the streets since June 1, 2008 and have already caught 6 different people that have ran from officers and found lots of drugs and drug packaging from homes and cars.
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« Reply #6 on: November 19, 2008, 06:29:10 PM »

 I thought it was a boy because I thought I saw a "handle" down there Smiley
 The cops out here at the base come to my place to let the dogs practice sniffing explosives and drugs. Maybe I can get a picture one of these days.

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« Reply #7 on: November 19, 2008, 09:54:01 PM »

  embarassed Shawn, please apologize to her for me & give her a cookie! (dog treat)  I bet she is poetry in motion when chasing down a bad guy!  They are just amazing with what they do!  J
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« Reply #8 on: November 20, 2008, 07:59:54 AM »

OK now let's see a pic of you and the dog at work. I like female dog's better easier to train. And they stay home if you know what I mean grin
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« Reply #9 on: November 20, 2008, 10:10:50 AM »

Shawn, the mystery has ended.  She is your partner at work, yeah!!!  I love the power that an officer has when their working dog is at their side.  These dogs are extremely intelligent and can do such wonders with their skills that are inborn, but honed to such a clear and fine degree.  She has come a long way to go to work, that is wonderful.  You have had her working since June and she has done an incredible amount of great work since that short tiime, imagine......what she will have accomplished during her beautiful life.  Thank you for sharing this beautiful dog with us.  I think that you are very fortunate to have such a wonderful partner to go to work with.  Have a most wonderful and awesome day.  Cindi
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« Reply #10 on: November 21, 2008, 06:34:36 PM »

Thought I better post another picture of her. She likes the attention, trust me.



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« Reply #11 on: November 21, 2008, 06:42:49 PM »

Well while Im at it here are some other dogs I have had. The first two are of another GS I had. She liked to dig a bit too much so she was sent with a family to a ranch in the mountains. Ive been told she has turned into a great guard dog and waits at the cattle guard for the husband to return after work.





Next is a trio of dogs. I had two labs, one ran away as I had posted awhile ago and the other was a GS pointer. She was a very friendly dog to the family but not to outsiders.



and now for the lab that Ive had for a long time. She likes to stay inside on her pillow and rest. She has to be the best dog I have ever had. You can see a bennie baby dog in front of her. SHe carried it around for months acting as if it was her puppy. I would catch her licking the under side of it and then carrying it off to lay down.  Cry




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« Reply #12 on: November 21, 2008, 09:45:26 PM »

 This is "Toni", one of my collies. She's the sweetest of all my dogs. She's also the lowest on the totem pole. When we walk, she usually walks right next to me. I think she does this as a result of when I used to have to walk through the woods in the dark getting back and forth to the house and shop. I would say, as I touched her back, "Ok Toni, take me home now." And she would lead me through the dark Smiley

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« Reply #13 on: November 22, 2008, 12:34:16 PM »

We had a collie growing up. DOnt remember too much about him. My grandparents, and two different family members also had collies all at the same time. Nice picture.
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« Reply #14 on: November 22, 2008, 02:41:03 PM »

Yeh, Shawn...Dogs breeds go in spurts...Rin Tin Tin was replaced by Lassie..Lassie was replaced by Benji...Benji was replaced by 101 Dalmations, literally.....And then the Jack Russel( Forgot the name)..Then, the Rottweiller ( cuz of Damien)..and now, the Pit bull( I suppose a flashback from "Little Rascals", maybe?)
 Whattaya think is gonna be next?..I'm thinkin' the Collie and German Shepherd are gonna make a comeback.
 I learned years ago, that a collie could be trained to do most things a Shepherd could do but the Collie failed the final tests because they couldnt train them to "Attack" people.
 I have a "Rotty" that is a great dog too!
 But, unfortunately, as A guard dog, I just dont know.....I think that when someone comes to steal something at my place, they might just steal "Tank", as he loves everybody and thinks everybody who comes here is coming to see him!. However, Tank has gone off twice at people that I remember, and I dont have a clue why...One of the people I didnt really care about much anyways, but the other guys tripped over him at work...( yep....At 5 weeks old I took Tank to work with me for 5 weeks straight and then a few days a week for quite awhile, just to be sure he got socialized to all kinds of people)I guess Tank got freaked out and made that "Scary Growl" and short lunge which looks like the "Real Business End" of a Rott...After that day, Tank had to stay at home..( Good thing the guy liked me, or I suppose I could've lost my job over that) (and having a dog at work, particularly a Rotty, wouldnt look so hot either!)./

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« Reply #15 on: November 22, 2008, 06:56:18 PM »

My lab is the same way with people. When the gas guy comes to read the meter Ive caught him out in the yard playing with the dog, throwing the ball for her. My new dog is not quite teh same. She is friendly until told be otherwise or if she thinks someone is a threat to me. In this area the Chihuahua is the most popular right now and the weenie dogs are starting to come in. There are lots of pits because we have dog fighters around and every house that we have raided has had a pit.
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« Reply #16 on: November 22, 2008, 08:25:53 PM »

John, she looks very sweet.  Never had a collie, too much coat to take care of, it's just too wet & icky here! That was a good idea to socialize, it's soooo important, specially for a large dog although there are probably more people bitten by "lap dogs" than big ones & most people are ok with that.. huh weird!  Much more damage & sensation in the news with the larger ones. Those dog fighting people need to be put in a cage w/a rabid badger, see how it feels!  J
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« Reply #17 on: November 22, 2008, 09:37:51 PM »

 You know, its a funny thing...I dont know any dog fighters, although, I do know they have dog fights right across the river...Chicken fights too.
 I have no use for either of these types of people..I know one chicken fighter, who also used to race pigeons. I think if i found dog fights going on i could.........Oh, never mind..I gotta stay out of jail to be able to feed my dogs!
 This is a picture of my "Pet Cemetery" at nite...each lite is a dog....Theres a ferret, a canary, and a think, a fish or 2 in there also..I'll take a better picture some day Smiley
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« Reply #18 on: November 23, 2008, 10:46:48 AM »

Shawn and John, beautiful dogs.

Now John, I want to hear a little more about your pet cemetary, tell us a story......

Do you keep those lights on all night long, all the time?  I need to know this, so come on share your life here, sounds very neat, to honour the long gone dogs, and I'll be dog gone, hee, hee!!!  Have a wonderful and awesomely great life and day, Cindi

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« Reply #19 on: November 23, 2008, 05:27:48 PM »

Ah I LOVE dogs...Just saw the movie "Year of the Dog" on Showtime...oh my..hhhhmmm
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« Reply #20 on: November 23, 2008, 11:23:21 PM »

Ok Cindi!...You asked for it!

 When we first moved out here in the country, the only dog I had was a Dalmation,...Annie was her name,( after "Where the red fern grows")...Up until I got married she was the most important thing in my life....Then after a couple years out here, she seized one nite...She couldnt stand up anymore and her eyes were going back and forth, and if she walked, she walked in circles. Oh boy,...what an awful time when I had to put her down...I pretty much knew the moment she seized, her life with me was over, and nothing was the same anymore...So, the next day after she seized, Janelle, Brad, and myself took her to put her down...We even stopped by my parents house so they could say goodbye to her...We pulled up in the driveway and mom and dad were out there already balling, as were the rest of us, and Annie just sitting in the front seat, doing the best she could to  see everybody there to welcome her..I think she knew we were all doing the "Good Bye" thing, but she wasnt worried.
 She went away very peacefully, looking me straight in the eyes......
 Ok,.....I had already dug the first grave in "Pet Cemetery" by now, the nite before we took Annie away..It was like digging in concrete, as the ground was hard clay..I couldnt get it very deep, but i did my best......Now it was time to put Annie in......So I gathered her favorite toys, and a chew bone she had recently been messing with, and wrapped her in a blanket which she always liked best..Then I put her in the hole and buried her, using dirt and cinderblock chunks to keep out animals.
  Now then....I had taken off a couple of days as everybody knew at this point I had buried my best friend.....
 About 3 days after the funeral, Janelle called me ....terrible news....again.......
 I was still at work and she got off work before me.........So I get the call embarassed........

She told me to not look at the pet cemetery when i got home because she had to do something in it.....Apparently, some animal dug up part of the grave Undecided...The blanket had been dug up and dragged part way out!
 At any rate, after i did an inspection and stuffed the blanket back in under the dirt better. I was looking around the yard at nothing in particular, watching Buck,(another Rott we had at that time) and the 2 collies, Toni and Jill, just doing doggy things......And what do I see?Huh? shocked.....A toy of Annies with a collie messing with it, and Buck, chewing the chew bone i buried with Annie!!!!
 Those darn dogs, decided to dig Annie up to get the stuff out of the hole!!!!
 This was Typical for an adventure with Annie and me, you know, who would have expected the other dogs to violate "Sacred Ground"Huh
 I had to laugh at this point...the dogs were always trying to steal each others stuff anyways, and just because Annie was now dead didnt mean the game between the dogs had changed any.

 I now have a gate at the front,and posts(split rail) all around the cemetery...also, the animals who get buried in there are buried a little deeper nowadays. Belle, Russ and Yvettes dog was the last internment done out there. I'll let people come over and bury their dogs when i'm at work and nobody else is at home, that way they have family privacy.
 I like the lites...Each one represents a dog.....The little headstone in the picture is Annies grave.
 I'm really lucky to live where i do and be able to have my
"Gone Away" dogs with me on my small piece of land.
 I know, though, one day i'm gonna be burying another dog....And I'm eventually gonna find one of the other dogs by accident!!! grin
Well,.....Thats about all that has happened in Pet cemetery thats worth bringing up. (unless, one nite, I see a ghost dog out there)..I'll keep you posted WHEN that happens!!

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« Reply #21 on: November 24, 2008, 09:00:12 AM »

John that must have been one of the hardest post that you ever did Cry A dog is man's best friend. If you have one to many beer's they don't yell at you they love you for who you are and it's unconditional love. I know the pain you felt well to good your post made my heart heavy and tears ran down my face Sad Cry

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« Reply #22 on: November 24, 2008, 09:16:11 AM »

John, thats beautiful!  Maddy is 14 so it's not long now, that will be a sad day.  There is only 1 place up here by the house where I can dig... 26 years of assorted things in there so we are always disturbing old ones... embarassed shocked  Thousands of years from now they will dig in here & wonder why all these animals were together!  Then in the pasture are 2 goats & Haley Horse.  Dads ashes are under the rosebush by the front door, he loved his roses. J
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« Reply #23 on: November 24, 2008, 10:02:20 AM »

Oh John.....what more can I say.

I know that pain, we as dog lovers, all do know that pain.  Why can't they live as long as we do, saying no more.

We have lost dogs, but they are not here, they have been incinerated at the vets.  I have never been able to bring myself to have any of our pets buried on our property, that pain would be too deep for me.  There have been costs of this action.

John, that was a very touching story that you have told us, and yes, I did have those tears too.  And I am very happy that you shared this part of your life with us, a very special part.  Have a great and wonderful day, Cindi
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« Reply #24 on: November 24, 2008, 06:17:07 PM »

Yeh, its a bummer burying pets.
 I cant remember why I have 2 fish in there.....Janelle asked me one day "How long are you gonna keep that fish in the freezer?"..I said,"Till I can dig a hole."..This was a little albino cory catfish. There must have beeen something special about him but I cant remember what.
 I reckon I finally got drunk one nite and decided to have a funeral, but I didnt have anybody to bury at the moment....And then(lite bulb!)...I remembered my fish!
 So, I got my garden spoon, got the fish outta the freezer, dug a hole and stuck him in!
Then, I drank and balled for about 20 minutes Cry.( seemed like I would have no satisfaction unless I put on a show!!)
 I cant remember what kind of fish the other one is.

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Oh yeh,..Cindi, those are solar lites..They only shine at nite!
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« Reply #25 on: November 25, 2008, 09:08:27 AM »

John, yes of course, that would be solar lights, that would make total sense.  I was thinking that you ran electricity out there, how dumb of me.

That must look so cool at night, I really did like the picture that you posted.  I am not kidding.  I love your graveyard.  I bet that is someone was walking through the bush at night and came across this, not knowing what it was, would twiddle their twinkers!!!  I bet it would freak them right out.  Wish I had it here so I could freak out my Grandsons, Nieces and Nephews.  Now you got me thinkin'..  Remember my rock pile?  I know you do.  It has got even bigger.  The kids know I am a freak, with my rock pile.  And everyone that comes to our house and I show them around, always ask me what is underneath this massive rock pile.......

I think that I am going to set up a scenario sometime over the next few months (here comes that teasing side of me).  I am going to set up a freaky thing around that rock pile, using solar lights (I have a few of those hanging around places), I am letting my imagination wander here.....I will tell you the results, may not be for months, but it will be there, in the back of my mind, brewing away.  Beautiful life and day, great health.  Cindi
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« Reply #26 on: November 25, 2008, 12:07:43 PM »

I thought it was a boy because I thought I saw a "handle" down there Smiley
 The cops out here at the base come to my place to let the dogs practice sniffing explosives and drugs. Maybe I can get a picture one of these days.

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John I have to ask the question  What are you doing with drugs and explosives all over your property?Huh?? grin grin grin

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« Reply #27 on: November 25, 2008, 06:39:20 PM »

 "Its my Nature", keith! grin
 The cops bring it with them...They always take it back tho!

hey JP!

Can you post that link what has the "doggy heaven" theme? I lost it last time my computer broke.
 I used to look at that all the time...Janelle was always saying to me" Johnny dear, why do you always subject yourself to such torture?", as I would be in front of my computer snivelling! grin

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« Reply #28 on: November 25, 2008, 07:38:27 PM »

What is the "Doggy Heaven"  huh
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« Reply #29 on: November 25, 2008, 08:43:29 PM »

I cant really remember the name of that link right now...but its about how you meet up with pets after they die...It'll make you ball!..If I remember what it is before JP gets here I'll post it!

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« Reply #30 on: November 26, 2008, 09:55:12 PM »

John, oh no, that sounds too sad, I wouldn't be able to look at that link, but maybe it would be good for some.  That is the wonderful thing about life and choices, we do what we want to do, smiling  Lips Sealed shocked Wink Smiley Smiley  have the best of this wonderful day, great health.  Cindi
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« Reply #31 on: November 29, 2008, 02:06:24 PM »

I FOUND IT.......
Take a look!! JP sent this to me awhile back....
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« Reply #32 on: November 30, 2008, 07:46:54 AM »

John that was to cool Thank you and you to JP.
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