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A reliable dog...aren't they all?

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Post by Martin on 21.05.13 5:35


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Re: A reliable dog...aren't they all?

Post by aquila on 21.05.13 5:51



Dogs (sometimes) receive awards in recognition of their talent, honesty, loyalty, bravery and service.

People in UK can be nominated as 'Scotsman of the Year' even if they left three babes in an unlocked apartment in a foreign country.


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Re: A reliable dog...aren't they all?

Post by Guest on 21.05.13 8:43

The other three couples who claim to have done the same thing with their own babies must be feeling very miffed that they haven't been heaped with similar accolades - when was the last time anyone called them heroic?

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Post by plebgate on 21.05.13 11:10

A child disappearing and then setting up a Fund from which mortgage repayments were made. Very heroic NOT.

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Re: A reliable dog...aren't they all?

Post by PeterMac on 21.05.13 11:28

They are using dogs to search in the rubble in Oklahoma.
One wonders why they bother.
Everyone nows they are notoriously unreliable.

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Post by worriedmum on 21.05.13 11:49

from the article above

''Gov. Terry Branstad officially retired Casey from active duty during Friday's ceremony, thanking the dog for a "job well done."

During the 150 missions they
performed together, Gundlach said Casey never missed an explosive — she
caught three before they could be detonated. He credits her for making
it back home safely.

"I wouldn't be here ... any kids I ever had wouldn't exist if Casey hadn't been here," he said.'' unquote


As you said, PeterMac, 'unreliable'.
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Post by aquila on 21.05.13 11:49

@PeterMac wrote:They are using dogs to search in the rubble in Oklahoma.
One wonders why they bother.
Everyone nows they are notoriously unreliable.

On SkyNews today there is an elderly lady who had struggled to get out of the rubble giving an interview to (I think it's CBS news) and her dog is whining pitifully from the rubble. The camera crew didn't put down a camera or a boom. This little old lady who had survived the most devastating ordeal and was in full view of a camera crew lifted up some debris that slapped back down on the dog's head then actually had to ask for help!

Eamonn Holmes (I can't believe this) commented that it might be some sort of Airdale terrier!

Sorry if I'm off topic here but I watched this clip very early this morning and couldn't believe that the cameras kept rolling to get an interview from a little old lady who had survived such an ordeal and didn't bother to put down the bloody cameras to grapple the debris off her dog. They could have got interviews with other survivors. I was particularly disgusted.
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Post by aiyoyo on 21.05.13 11:55

In that sort of devastation and rubbles what would Police do without the dogs. Dogs are so invaluable to the search for survivals.
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Post by PeterMac on 21.05.13 12:43

@aiyoyo wrote:In that sort of devastation and rubbles what would Police do without the dogs. Dogs are so invaluable to the search for survivals.
And afterwards for finding the deceased. Except in Portugal.

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Post by aiyoyo on 21.05.13 16:40

@PeterMac wrote:
@aiyoyo wrote:In that sort of devastation and rubbles what would Police do without the dogs. Dogs are so invaluable to the search for survivals.
And afterwards for finding the deceased. Except in Portugal.

Funny that isn't it! Yet they were able to hit not once but 11 times on possessions specific to one household.
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Post by PeterMac on 21.05.13 16:57

And were wrong on every one of those occasions !
Probably high on Pedigree Chum !

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Post by aquila on 21.05.13 17:43

@PeterMac wrote:And were wrong on every one of those occasions !
Probably high on Pedigree Chum !

These dogs surely deserve a sponsorship deal from Winalot.
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