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  1. Carry a Taser. That will slow him down enough to give you time to grab the rifle.
  2. Truly is... I hate seeing these dedicated canines cross the Rainbow Bridge. These dogs are nothing short of amazing. Thought I'd post it, since he served in your "backyard".
  3. That's my point. What happens when you get pulled over for a burned out taillight, and it's seen in the back seat? You get a cop with an attitude, and now you got some "xplainin" to do...
  4. The question that comes up in this state, is self-defense a lawful act? I think that will apply to anything you carry in your trunk? How easy can it be spun that you had other intentional reasons to carry them?
  5. What I think it means is that the numbers haven't trended down. It's been 6 months. New claims recently have spiked back up to 24K. These aren't from temporary closures, but permanent closures. Not looking like much of a recovery.
  6. Toms River Police Department It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of newly retired K-9 Officer Gunnar. K-9 Gunnar #9020 unexpectedly but, peacefully passed away at home today. K-9 Gunnar was given an honorable send-off by ambulance from his residence to the veterinarian. During his final patrol, he was surrounded by family and escorted by members of our K-9 unit. Upon arrival at the veterinarian, K-9 Gunnar was embraced by numerous K-9 handlers and their partners from surrounding jurisdictions to show their support for K-9 Gunnar, his handler Officer Buhowski and his family, as well as our department. K-9 Gunnar started his career on January 28th, 2013 in the Toms River Canine Academy, class number 7 where he became a certified patrol canine. On September 9th, 2013 he attended the Toms River Canine Academy where he became a certified narcotics canine. While in training, K-9 Gunnar was one of the top dogs of the class and easily excelled at any task he was asked to do. K-9 Gunnar will be remembered for his numerous narcotics finds and his assistance in keeping officers safe while on the road. K-9 Gunnar retired in January of 2020. K-9 Handlers form inseparable bonds with their partners and this unexpected passing is difficult for Officer Buhowski and his family. Our hearts are with all of them.
  7. @silverado427 That's some great obedience! How long have you been working with her on that? What actual hand signals are you using that she can see from that distance? Also, are you training for some type of competition, or just to expand her abilities? Ha... she's remind you who the real boss is!
  8. That's exactly why I asked. The safes should be filled with hardware, not "food" for it. Good thing I was a good Boy Scout and stocked up when it was cheap. Apparently, some didn't learn after the Sandy Hook shooting.
  9. Actually, it's turn LEFT.. Multi-year money loser. I hope MJ, Hamlin and the sponsors like burning through millions, with nothing to show for it. Bubba, right now, is 23rd in points, 1 top 5, 5 top 10s, 4 laps led, average finish 20th, 0 race wins, 0 stage wins.
  10. And now virtue signalling enters NASCAR. Michael Jordan and Denny Hamlin form a NASCAR team, and wait for it.... pick Bubba Wallace as the driver... I wonder who the sponsors will be??? ....."NBA legend Michael Jordan and three-time Daytona 500 winner Denny Hamlin today announced the formation of a new NASCAR Cup Series race team that will begin competition for the 2021 season. Rising NASCAR star Bubba Wallace has signed a multi-year deal to drive for the yet-to-be-named, single car team." https://www.jayski.com/2020/09/21/denny-hamlin-forming-nascar-cup-series-team-bubba-wallace-to-drive/
  11. I use the treat system too during training, but my "Punisher" below, sometimes gets stubborn if he knows a treat ain't coming. I also have the ecollar, but don't want to go that route yet. My dude also doesn't like bikes or joggers, and he sometimes thinks he can take on a passing car when we are walking. Once I drop the leash, his "tough guy" act goes away, as if he thinks it only works when I'm hanging on..
  12. @silverado427 I just saw the video in the first post. Nice Job!! That's really tough to accomplish with the long distance commands outside with distractions. He (he is a he, isn't he, or a she?) seems to be really focused, your training is working! You using a e-collar with him/her?
  13. That's good stuff! I totally believe in hand signals. My pup is trained in hand signals for all the normal daily cues, commands and tricks. I usually forget to give him the verbal commands, but have to remind myself to use the verbal too, as some of the other family members don't know all the hand signals. The only thing I didn't train him in hand signals is in the Level One training, since he has to be focused on the threat, and not looking at me for them. Those are verbal only.
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