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Old 02-12-2005, 12:27 PM   #43
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Jack Russell Terrorists

Steph, you mean like THIS???
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Old 02-12-2005, 12:30 PM   #44
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ooops

I have NO IDEA why that pic got on there twice.. I must be "click happy" :-)
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Old 02-12-2005, 12:48 PM   #45
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ha ha ha good one!
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My white Boxer Sara has directional hearing. You can stand behind her and call her name. She does not know where you are. Shelby the hot little redhead barks at her then she knows what to do.
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Old 02-18-2005, 01:59 PM   #47
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e-tag update

I have figured out that the tag itself is heavier than a rabies tag, it's almost exactly like a man's wrist watch, without the band, of course.

I think it's best to put the e-tag on a separate, thin nylon collar, which fits underneath their regular collar. The tags don't knock together that way.

Plus, Dephanie is destined to wear her tag all the time, because she is deaf as well as CRAZY and fearless, but Dilly doesn't ramble and wander, so she only needs hers while travelling.
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We got our tags yesterday and I worked hard at getting the password set and the dog's name on the first tag. The buttons to set the functions seem to need extra pressure to get them to react. I'm sure it gets easier as you go and get experience with them. First impression is that the tags are cumbersome to program, no surprise though figuring there is no keyboard. I like the ability though to add the extra information that our current tags are missing.

You can change the battery yourself as long as you are careful on the assembly of the watch back.

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We got our tags yesterday and I worked hard at getting the password set and the dog's name on the first tag. The buttons to set the functions seem to need extra pressure to get them to react. I'm sure it gets easier as you go and get experience with them. First impression is that the tags are cumbersome to program, no surprise though figuring there is no keyboard. I like the ability though to add the extra information that our current tags are missing.

You can change the battery yourself as long as you are careful on the assembly of the watch back.

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So true.. I have spent a LONG time getting our two tags programmed.

It does get easier, it seems as if the buttons "loosen up" after you work on them a bit.
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Natural Resources

Let's not forget our Natural Resources.. our neighbors~

When we signed up for Moraine last year, I was worried about leaving my Jack (Dilly) in the trailer for the day while we went to Bloomington (IL) for Special Olympics.

Several wonderful people stepped forward and volunteered to supervise her.

(of course, that was the rally where we ended up just making a "pitstop" to meet people.. sans trailer)

Better luck in the future!! This year we shoudl have a trailer in one piece...

I'll help watch YOUR dogs if you help me watch mine!!

(Actually, I'll watch yours, anyway)
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