Discussion in 'YachtForums Yacht Club' started by YachtForums, May 16, 2011.
... turn your volume up for this!
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...?
The soundtrack is especially appealing if your a Brad Delp and Steve Shultz fan.
Just getting to the second one Carl. Don't you mean Tom Scholz
Great videos. Thanks for sharing.
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.
A Dogs Life......
We eat sticks, not chase them.
Lunch in the Crew Mess with typical Engineers.
Boxers have no manners. Take Mike Tyson for instance!
This fine, poised couple recently graduated the Canine Culinary College...
(Credit for the find: YF member RevDCS)
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.
At least David Haye was gracious in de feet.
To be honest, I didn't bother watching the fight, 'Friends' was on the other channel. Much less predictable.
Hows this look for a guy who was going to rip another ones head off by round 6 - Not good if you are on the receiving end I would say.
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.
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.
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. (Beautiful dog you've got there.) It's ok girl, I'll help you work on dad. How about it members, should dad let one fall?
Treats for the dog! Treats for the dog!
Jeez, if only some of our players had this much field awareness.
Doggie has a day out at the soccer.
Epic WIN: Dog invades pitch at Copa Sudamericana, refuses to be caught - YouTube
Trigger solves the low pressure fuel problem on the E-tec.
A dog that actually does what it's told.
This doesn't happen in the real world.
Just Jumpy the dog - YouTube
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.