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Gnarls, I hate to hear that your friends lost one. I was raised with dogs. We had working dogs and pets. As an adult I carry on the tradition of hunting with dogs and having pets as well. I feed then calu pak purple bag. They all like it, it keeps them full of energy and healthy weighted. My deer dogs may run 50-60 miles in a day and they keep a great figure on the purple bag. I am no nutritionist but I do pay attention to their stool and keep notice of anything that changes in their appearance and attitudes.
Maybe a little off-topic, but I just found this and thought I’d share it here. Wow these dogs are smart! Wonder how they’d do on the Rubicon trail…//www.youtube.com/watch?v=xqmnQ1oCDqA
I wonder if the dogs have any preferences for spark plug torque or know which cam is best for the Mini?
Hey bd....I get that your comment is perhaps laced with a little taunt. I have made multiple posts on spark plug torque and just about every aspect camshaft options.Obviously torque specs and camshafts would not be items of interest to a dog. However, dogs do have an intelligence and cognition level of a 2-1/2 year old child. And, they definitely have personal preferences, base upon their sensory inputs and study of their environment. In a family, they will have studied, collected and know an incredible amount of information about each member - their names, ages, likes, dislikes, behaviors, possessions, daily routine, and any health issues or physical impairments, etc.As I have said before and predict, in the near future dogs, in civilized societies, will become they most important and prized non-human animal to intimately share our living environment.Just one example, dogs are being trained now to smell the presence of the corona virus in humans. Trained dogs can pre-warn of an impending seizure in a human... no medical instrument can do those things.Clipped from Google.."Dogs can detect tiny amounts of smell diluted in air, released from water or far beneath the ground. The smell can be diluted 1 or 2 parts per trillion This allows them to smell things buried as far as 40 feet underground The Whole Dog Journal a web site that deals with Dogs and their health, states that dogs have picked up the scent of people who had drowned in over 80 feet of water." No instrument yet developed can do that.Of course dogs play in incredible life-saving role in anti-terrorism in the military, and domestically in narcotics and explosives detection.Gnarls.
Colorado River Toad also known as Sonoran Desert Toad:These toads can be deadly to a dog. The toad releases a highly toxic paralyzing psychedelic toxin called butotenine when threatened.
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