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Re: The pet thread

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Post by Nicki » Fri Sep 18, 2015 9:08 am

RickD wrote: You mean, mean, dog owner! Zapping your dog whenever she barks! Poor, poor, doggie! :lol:
Finally got a replacement collar yesterday and she's back to getting zapped! It makes her growl with frustration, but I was heartily sick of hearing her going off at the other dogs or whatever many times a day, and running out and waving a stick at her to get her to lay off. When I shut her in her area around the side of the house, like when one of the toddlers I looked after was going to be dropped off, she'd spend half the time barking without the collar, but today she was so quiet. My 7-year-old son voluntarily tested the collar today - held it on his neck and barked and said he got a bit of a zap! So apparently it works on children as well. ;)

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Re: The pet thread

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Post by B. W. » Fri Sep 18, 2015 9:10 am

Nicki wrote:
RickD wrote: You mean, mean, dog owner! Zapping your dog whenever she barks! Poor, poor, doggie! :lol:
Finally got a replacement collar yesterday and she's back to getting zapped! It makes her growl with frustration, but I was heartily sick of hearing her going off at the other dogs or whatever many times a day, and running out and waving a stick at her to get her to lay off. When I shut her in her area around the side of the house, like when one of the toddlers I looked after was going to be dropped off, she'd spend half the time barking without the collar, but today she was so quiet. My 7-year-old son voluntarily tested the collar today - held it on his neck and barked and said he got a bit of a zap! So apparently it works on children as well. ;)
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Re: The pet thread

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Post by RickD » Fri Sep 18, 2015 9:13 am

B. W. wrote:
Nicki wrote:
RickD wrote: You mean, mean, dog owner! Zapping your dog whenever she barks! Poor, poor, doggie! :lol:
Finally got a replacement collar yesterday and she's back to getting zapped! It makes her growl with frustration, but I was heartily sick of hearing her going off at the other dogs or whatever many times a day, and running out and waving a stick at her to get her to lay off. When I shut her in her area around the side of the house, like when one of the toddlers I looked after was going to be dropped off, she'd spend half the time barking without the collar, but today she was so quiet. My 7-year-old son voluntarily tested the collar today - held it on his neck and barked and said he got a bit of a zap! So apparently it works on children as well. ;)
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Re: The pet thread

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Post by Nessa » Thu Sep 24, 2015 4:26 am

RickD wrote:
B. W. wrote:
Nicki wrote:
RickD wrote: You mean, mean, dog owner! Zapping your dog whenever she barks! Poor, poor, doggie! :lol:
Finally got a replacement collar yesterday and she's back to getting zapped! It makes her growl with frustration, but I was heartily sick of hearing her going off at the other dogs or whatever many times a day, and running out and waving a stick at her to get her to lay off. When I shut her in her area around the side of the house, like when one of the toddlers I looked after was going to be dropped off, she'd spend half the time barking without the collar, but today she was so quiet. My 7-year-old son voluntarily tested the collar today - held it on his neck and barked and said he got a bit of a zap! So apparently it works on children as well. ;)
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Spare the zapper, spoil the child!
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Re: The pet thread

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Post by Philip » Thu Sep 24, 2015 5:45 am

Hey, why have I not considered it before - shock collars for my two rowdy boys? I wonder, though, if I might get reported to child services? :shock:

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Re: The pet thread

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Post by RickD » Thu Sep 24, 2015 6:53 am

Philip wrote:Hey, why have I not considered it before - shock collars for my two rowdy boys? I wonder, though, if I might get reported to child services? :shock:
I'll never tell. :coolcall:
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Re: The pet thread

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Post by Nessa » Wed Jan 06, 2016 12:18 pm

You know Kurieuo, Mel and Nicki get all the fun and entertainment with their pets ;) .....


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Re: The pet thread

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Post by RickD » Wed Jan 06, 2016 12:24 pm

Nessa wrote:You know Kurieuo, Mel and Nicki get all the fun and entertainment with their pets ;) .....

Was that kangaroos, or Mel and Nicki's husbands, after drinking too many Foster's?
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Re: The pet thread

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Post by Nessa » Wed Jan 06, 2016 12:32 pm

RickD wrote:
Nessa wrote:You know Kurieuo, Mel and Nicki get all the fun and entertainment with their pets ;) .....

Was that kangaroos, or Mel and Nicki's husbands, after drinking too many Foster's?
:lol:

They can balance their whole body on their tail :shock:
I am impressed to say the least!

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Re: The pet thread

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Post by RickD » Wed Jan 06, 2016 12:36 pm

Nessa wrote:
RickD wrote:
Nessa wrote:You know Kurieuo, Mel and Nicki get all the fun and entertainment with their pets ;) .....

Was that kangaroos, or Mel and Nicki's husbands, after drinking too many Foster's?
:lol:

They can balance their whole body on their tail :shock:
I am impressed to say the least!
And they taste like chicken too!
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Re: The pet thread

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Post by Nessa » Wed Jan 06, 2016 12:48 pm

RickD wrote:
Nessa wrote:
RickD wrote:
Nessa wrote:You know Kurieuo, Mel and Nicki get all the fun and entertainment with their pets ;) .....

Was that kangaroos, or Mel and Nicki's husbands, after drinking too many Foster's?
:lol:

They can balance their whole body on their tail :shock:
I am impressed to say the least!
And they taste like chicken too!
Have you eaten at kurieuo's house then?
I hear Mrs K makes a mean kangaroo stew ;)

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Re: The pet thread

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Post by RickD » Wed Jan 06, 2016 12:50 pm

Nessa wrote:
RickD wrote:
Nessa wrote:
RickD wrote:
Nessa wrote:You know Kurieuo, Mel and Nicki get all the fun and entertainment with their pets ;) .....

Was that kangaroos, or Mel and Nicki's husbands, after drinking too many Foster's?
:lol:

They can balance their whole body on their tail :shock:
I am impressed to say the least!
And they taste like chicken too!
Have you eaten at kurieuo's house then?
I hear Mrs K makes a mean kanga stew ;)
Yes I ate there. But they didn't call it kanga stew. They said it was a "special" Kurieuo family recipe called soylent green. It was delish!
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Re: The pet thread

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Post by Nessa » Wed Jan 06, 2016 12:53 pm

RickD wrote:
Nessa wrote:
RickD wrote:
Nessa wrote:
RickD wrote: Was that kangaroos, or Mel and Nicki's husbands, after drinking too many Foster's?
:lol:

They can balance their whole body on their tail :shock:
I am impressed to say the least!
And they taste like chicken too!
Have you eaten at kurieuo's house then?
I hear Mrs K makes a mean kanga stew ;)
Yes I ate there. But they didn't call it kanga stew. They said it was a "special" Kurieuo family recipe called soylent green. It was delish!
Im sure it was :mrgreen:
I always take my own food when I eat at their house - including marmite.. :P

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Re: The pet thread

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Post by RickD » Wed Jan 06, 2016 12:54 pm

Nessa wrote:
RickD wrote:
Nessa wrote:
RickD wrote:
Nessa wrote: :lol:

They can balance their whole body on their tail :shock:
I am impressed to say the least!
And they taste like chicken too!
Have you eaten at kurieuo's house then?
I hear Mrs K makes a mean kanga stew ;)
Yes I ate there. But they didn't call it kanga stew. They said it was a "special" Kurieuo family recipe called soylent green. It was delish!
Im sure it was :mrgreen:
I always take my own food when I eat at their house - including marmite.. :P
Mrs. K is Filipino. Don't they eat dogs? Or was it cats? y:-?
John 5:24
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Re: The pet thread

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Post by Nessa » Wed Jan 06, 2016 12:59 pm

RickD wrote:
Nessa wrote:
RickD wrote:
Nessa wrote:
RickD wrote: And they taste like chicken too!
Have you eaten at kurieuo's house then?
I hear Mrs K makes a mean kanga stew ;)
Yes I ate there. But they didn't call it kanga stew. They said it was a "special" Kurieuo family recipe called soylent green. It was delish!
Im sure it was :mrgreen:
I always take my own food when I eat at their house - including marmite.. :P
Mrs. K is Filipino. Don't they eat dogs? Or was it cats? y:-?
Im not a pet person so Im happy with either :P

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