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    And the morsels for mutts keep on coming in this creative canine thread. This video is legal for YF because water is involved. Did know dogs could swim subsurface...?

    http://youtu.be/4xOZmx4nRKU

    The soundtrack is especially appealing if your a Brad Delp and Steve Shultz fan.
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    Just getting to the second one Carl. Don't you mean Tom Scholz:)

    Great videos. Thanks for sharing.
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    Hi,

    Yes, A guy I used to dive with who lived in Townsville had a Dingo cross ***** who could dive under water to pick up things that were thrown for her to fetch. The deepest I saw her go was approx 1m (3ft)

    It was quite funny to watch as this dog seemed to be running underwater with a stream of bubbles out her nostrils, she used to also swim around with us while snorkeling which was ok till she wanted to climb up on someone and have a rest.

    In the end there was a special boat made for her like a small dinghy with no transom so she could get in and out by herself.

    The whole concept was in use years later with the next dog which was a Kelpie but not such a good swimmer.

    The photo below was taken on the Gt Barrier Reef about 40km off TSV. in 2006.

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    Roamer Dogs

    We eat sticks, not chase them.

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    Hi,

    And another called David Haye who got his just deserts at the IMTECH Arena in Hamburg last night courtesy of Wladimir Klitschko in 12 rounds.
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    At least David Haye was gracious in de feet. :D
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    To be honest, I didn't bother watching the fight, 'Friends' was on the other channel. Much less predictable.
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    The best I can compete with on recent dog treats is cooking a tri tip for dinner guests and having the hounds stand at attention waiting for a scrap or two.

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    In the 7 years of having this dog, not once has a 'treat' fallen off the table. But she is a persistent one, never giving up hope.

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    Through 7 years of standing at attention you haven't given in and let one scrap 'accidently' fall? You're a hard man. That begging look took generations to perfect. Come on, she's earned it.:D (Beautiful dog you've got there.) It's ok girl, I'll help you work on dad.:D How about it members, should dad let one fall?:D
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    Treats for the dog! Treats for the dog!
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    Trigger solves the low pressure fuel problem on the E-tec.

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    That dog is better trained, better behaved, smarter, more agile and cuter than 90% of the people I know (including myself). Reminds me of my wife's T-shirt that says "I Love Dogs...People not so much". Wish that trainer would forego those high jumps though. Dogs pay for that later in life. Good video Fish.

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