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Unread 11-10-2019, 08:09 PM   #8641
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I ever really found something I needed to watch that badly

Saw this in a magazine today and wondered if they made that just because they could rather than because they needed to. I’ve never been a big fan of mixing water with electrical. I wonder if the remote’s waterproof too....
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Recently bought this wetsaw for demo work; works great!

Does a 2” deep cut and is perfect for jobs in tight space. We cut most of the concrete on this job using a 14” rental wetsaw from Homers. There were a bunch of little areas that needed cutting and the skill saw performed perfectly.

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The job would have been even easier if we didn’t have to do it upside down!!
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Most people bring a gas can. But no, not this guy, pulled right up to the pump.
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Ahhh, Jim, just wait 'till you're over 70.
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Our Ridgeback had puppies. They won't sit still facing the camera so this is the easiest way to get em all in one shot.
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That's a mess of puppies, Jerry.

My oldest son and his wife have a 10 month old RRB. Great dog.
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This is a better picture of one of these little guys. He looks like he's gonna be fun
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Are these high drive dogs,what are they used for? My dog knowledge is limit to military working dogs, pit bulls and some different kind of bird dogs
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Not sure what you mean by high drive. They were bred for hunting lions in Africa. Our male, Copper, is a mean ol dog but the female, Penny, is sweet but protective. We have a farm with chickens, ducks, geese, horses, cats.... and the dogs will go after all of em. We have ways to lessen the incidents but it's still a chore to have them around the other animals. Great watchdogs though.
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We classify are dogs based on high drive medium drive low drive,the way we determine which ones are high drive by walking in with Carhartt bibbers and we shake our pant legs at the puppies and the puppies go for the leg, and then we shake them off. The dogs that keep coming back to biteare considered our high drive dogs. What this translates to is that the dogs that keep coming back are the easiest and most productive dogs from the litter. What we have found is that the high drive dogs are the the ones that won't get frustrated during training,they will continue coming back as make it easier to train. The low drive dg tend to "give up" and go play the low drive drive are the ones we don't buy

My "dutchie" has a high prey drive like your dogs. When we go trail running , I let him lead and when the deer get spooked, he is on a mission to catch them. I normally out him,I always think what if I didn't, could he catch the deer and what would he do when he caught up
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I guess what I should have asked is that a "smart breed" easy to train in other words. I guess high,medium,low drive would be pertain to all breeds. I was so excited to see puppies that my brain wasn't working when I was typing.
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I guess they're ok. Not exactly a German Shepherd. The breed has some bloodhound so when they get a whiff of somethin they're on the run. They, Copper n Penny, listen now a lot better now than when hey were say, 6 months old. We used training collars for a while so they know the property boundaries and when they go after other animals. They don't do that nearly as often now. Matured and learned a few things.
When we got them they were both a little anti social. The puppies are another story. They are big time socially cool because they get attention all day long from the the family here. Very fun pups when others come over to the house.
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