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2013-01-04 08:15:15 PM
I love pawsitive stories.
 
2013-01-04 08:15:55 PM
www.vibe.com
You're welcome, Zak!
 
2013-01-04 08:16:39 PM
To dog
 
2013-01-04 08:17:51 PM

Indubitably: To dog


Pardon,

To wolf, then bear...

*)
 
2013-01-04 08:18:03 PM
FTFA: "More than 40 people gathered at the scene and cheered and applauded when the disappearing dog, Zak, was finally freed"

Further proof dogs > cats

The cat-owners I know would be grateful if the damn things would run off and leave them alone.
 
2013-01-04 08:18:54 PM
Don't give a Bark.
 
2013-01-04 08:22:52 PM
I love the guilty dog look on his face. It's the same look my dog has when he's been into the garbage or eaten all the candy canes off the counter which was his latest caper.
 
2013-01-04 08:23:59 PM

RTOGUY: I love the guilty dog look on his face. It's the same look my dog has when he's been into the garbage or eaten all the candy canes off the counter which was his latest caper.


To byte
 
2013-01-04 08:24:44 PM

This picture needs to be submitted to Dog Shame with a sign.


i.dailymail.co.uk

 
2013-01-04 08:28:50 PM
Yellow Lab or Golden Retriever. There are no Golden Labs.

/ at least in 'Murica
 
2013-01-04 08:35:10 PM
The owner was enthralled. We all know how painful that can be.
 
2013-01-04 08:49:07 PM

skinink: This picture needs to be submitted to Dog Shame with a sign.
[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x573]


Awww.... he had a catheter...poor wittles.
 
2013-01-04 08:50:57 PM

Funbags: Further proof dogs > cats

The cat-owners I know would be grateful if the damn things would run off and leave them alone.


You could not be more wrong.
 
2013-01-04 08:53:21 PM
So apparently, the one time you want your dog to bark and make a lot of noise, he'll lie quietly in a hole for hours.
 
2013-01-04 08:53:47 PM

uncleacid: The owner was enthralled. We all know how painful that can be.


Depends on who your training thrall is.
 
2013-01-04 09:04:01 PM
Zak, the one of a kind dog.

/obscure?
 
2013-01-04 09:06:10 PM
Good for all involved! I love lost dog stories with happy endings.

/hope never to lose any of mine
 
2013-01-04 09:06:23 PM
Shipley Glen is in Baildon? Not Shipley?

Who knew?

/from that area
 
2013-01-04 09:19:24 PM

skinink: This picture needs to be submitted to Dog Shame with a sign.
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And the look on the Border Collie is like, "Ok you stupid fark, now don't you go ahead and do that again."
 
2013-01-04 09:20:52 PM

Milo Minderbinder: Yellow Lab or Golden Retriever. There are no Golden Labs.

/ at least in 'Murica


West Yorkshire isn't in the U.S.
 
2013-01-04 09:21:31 PM

bingethinker: So apparently, the one time you want your dog to bark and make a lot of noise, he'll lie quietly in a hole for hours.


I thought this too, but that dog was wedged down in there pretty tight in the muddy cold. He was probably in shock, too. But yeah, it makes me wonder if the dog had been trained not to bark. Golden labs? are smart and I would think they would bark in that circumstance if they could. Puzzling.
 
2013-01-04 09:21:48 PM
Labs are notorious for getting into shiat they can't get out of, at least the labs I've known have been, so this seems fitting somehow.

Border collies can be scary smart obsessive compulsive little bastards, so using one to find a lab seems fitting somehow too.


That "lab" looks like it had relatives that partied with a fox hound a time or three...
 
2013-01-04 09:25:36 PM

Bathia_Mapes: Milo Minderbinder: Yellow Lab or Golden Retriever. There are no Golden Labs.

/ at least in 'Murica

West Yorkshire isn't in the U.S.


Hence the "at least" qualifier, Sherlock.
 
2013-01-04 09:30:06 PM
Border Collies are farking insane and see invisible demons and angels everywhere. They're also handy at herding and finding things. Good for the lab that a collie was on the case! That picture of them together looks like the lab just farted.
 
2013-01-04 09:41:55 PM

skinink: This picture needs to be submitted to Dog Shame with a sign.
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That's a very shameful dog.

And a fine happy ending for the week; kind of a nice change.
 
2013-01-04 09:56:21 PM
What I thought of
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2013-01-04 09:57:34 PM

p4p3rm4t3: skinink: This picture needs to be submitted to Dog Shame with a sign.
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Awww.... he had a catheter...poor wittles.


I wondered what the shaving was about. Is that for vital anti-dehydration stuff or something?
 
2013-01-04 10:00:08 PM

Mark Ratner: bingethinker: So apparently, the one time you want your dog to bark and make a lot of noise, he'll lie quietly in a hole for hours.

I thought this too, but that dog was wedged down in there pretty tight in the muddy cold. He was probably in shock, too. But yeah, it makes me wonder if the dog had been trained not to bark. Golden labs? are smart and I would think they would bark in that circumstance if they could. Puzzling.


"The dog did not bark in the night"
/nowhere near obscure.
 
2013-01-04 10:10:24 PM
Next week:
Andrew Eastell, owner of the dog that fell in the ravine and was recovered after a search and rescue operation of 53 hours submits plans to local council to cover the small ravine with wooden boards attached to the rocks. He is asked to submit a followup PEIS (Preliminary Environmental Impact Statement) to help determine what impacts, if any will have on local vegetation and other animals.
The week after:
Andrew Eastell, owner of the dog that fell into the ravine and was recovered after a search and rescue operation of 53 hours submits plans to local council to blow up half of the granite ravine with shape charges designed to prevent any other dogs, persons or other medium to large animals from becoming trapped and requiring search and rescue response from ever happening again. He is asked to submit a followup PEIS (Preliminary Environmental Impact Statement) to help determine what impacts, if any will have on local vegetation and other animals.
 
2013-01-04 10:14:02 PM

ski9600: Next week:
Andrew Eastell, owner of the dog that fell in the ravine and was recovered after a search and rescue operation of 53 hours submits plans to local council to cover the small ravine with wooden boards attached to the rocks. He is asked to submit a followup PEIS (Preliminary Environmental Impact Statement) to help determine what impacts, if any will have on local vegetation and other animals.
The week after:
Andrew Eastell, owner of the dog that fell into the ravine and was recovered after a search and rescue operation of 53 hours submits plans to local council to blow up half of the granite ravine with shape charges designed to prevent any other dogs, persons or other medium to large animals from becoming trapped and requiring search and rescue response from ever happening again. He is asked to submit a followup PEIS (Preliminary Environmental Impact Statement) to help determine what impacts, if any will have on local vegetation and other animals.


P.S. Your three-post fails in comparison to mine. Apologies. Keep trying.
 
2013-01-04 10:17:11 PM
The third week after:
Andrew Eastell, owner of the dog that fell into the ravine and was recovered after a search and rescue operation of 53 hours submits plans to local council to just back up a lorry to the spot and use the dump bed to fill in the small ravine between the cleaved granite faces designed to prevent any other dogs, persons or other medium to large animals from becoming trapped and requiring search and rescue response from ever happening again.

He is asked to submit a followup PEIS (Preliminary Environmental Impact Statement) to help determine what impacts the truck will have to the nearby parking lot, and soil and vegetation between the parking lot and the small ravine, as well as any impact on local vegetation and other animals near the small ravine.
/Andrew was just trying to help, but got frustrated.
 
2013-01-04 10:19:31 PM

Indubitably: ski9600: Next week:
Andrew Eastell, owner of the dog that fell in the ravine and was recovered after a search and rescue operation of 53 hours submits plans to local council to cover the small ravine with wooden boards attached to the rocks. He is asked to submit a followup PEIS (Preliminary Environmental Impact Statement) to help determine what impacts, if any will have on local vegetation and other animals.
The week after:
Andrew Eastell, owner of the dog that fell into the ravine and was recovered after a search and rescue operation of 53 hours submits plans to local council to blow up half of the granite ravine with shape charges designed to prevent any other dogs, persons or other medium to large animals from becoming trapped and requiring search and rescue response from ever happening again. He is asked to submit a followup PEIS (Preliminary Environmental Impact Statement) to help determine what impacts, if any will have on local vegetation and other animals.

P.S. Your three-post fails in comparison to mine. Apologies. Keep trying.


At least he doesn't habitually respond to himself. And no, his three-post blows yours out of the water. Sorry.
 
2013-01-04 10:19:34 PM

Knob_Gobbler: Funbags: Further proof dogs > cats

The cat-owners I know would be grateful if the damn things would run off and leave them alone.

You could not be more wrong.


There are two things I could never be more right about...

(1) There is no cat that could devise anything more satisfactory than to have its owner helplessly trapped in a ravine for 52 hours, instead of itself.

(2) There is no dog that wouldn't willingly trap themselves helplessly in a ravine for eternity, if it meant their master didn't have to.

Dogs >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Bubonic Plague >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Cats
 
2013-01-04 10:19:38 PM

ski9600: The third week after:
Andrew Eastell, owner of the dog that fell into the ravine and was recovered after a search and rescue operation of 53 hours submits plans to local council to just back up a lorry to the spot and use the dump bed to fill in the small ravine between the cleaved granite faces designed to prevent any other dogs, persons or other medium to large animals from becoming trapped and requiring search and rescue response from ever happening again.

He is asked to submit a followup PEIS (Preliminary Environmental Impact Statement) to help determine what impacts the truck will have to the nearby parking lot, and soil and vegetation between the parking lot and the small ravine, as well as any impact on local vegetation and other animals near the small ravine.
/Andrew was just trying to help, but got frustrated.


This is fourth actually.
 
2013-01-04 10:20:00 PM

Indubitably: ski9600:

P.S. Your three-post fails in comparison to mine. Apologies. Keep trying.


Of course. I seem to always get another idea, I guess I need to slow down or write down first or something ;-)
 
2013-01-04 10:20:15 PM

Mark Ratner: Indubitably: ski9600: Next week:
Andrew Eastell, owner of the dog that fell in the ravine and was recovered after a search and rescue operation of 53 hours submits plans to local council to cover the small ravine with wooden boards attached to the rocks. He is asked to submit a followup PEIS (Preliminary Environmental Impact Statement) to help determine what impacts, if any will have on local vegetation and other animals.
The week after:
Andrew Eastell, owner of the dog that fell into the ravine and was recovered after a search and rescue operation of 53 hours submits plans to local council to blow up half of the granite ravine with shape charges designed to prevent any other dogs, persons or other medium to large animals from becoming trapped and requiring search and rescue response from ever happening again. He is asked to submit a followup PEIS (Preliminary Environmental Impact Statement) to help determine what impacts, if any will have on local vegetation and other animals.

P.S. Your three-post fails in comparison to mine. Apologies. Keep trying.

At least he doesn't habitually respond to himself. And no, his three-post blows yours out of the water. Sorry.


And your sex is?
 
2013-01-04 10:21:30 PM

ski9600: Indubitably: ski9600:

P.S. Your three-post fails in comparison to mine. Apologies. Keep trying.

Of course. I seem to always get another idea, I guess I need to slow down or write down first or something ;-)


To ski-do
 
2013-01-04 10:28:00 PM

Indubitably: ski9600: Indubitably: ski9600:

P.S. Your three-post fails in comparison to mine. Apologies. Keep trying.

Of course. I seem to always get another idea, I guess I need to slow down or write down first or something ;-)

To ski-do


To do-se-do. :-D
 
2013-01-04 10:31:48 PM

Bathia_Mapes: Indubitably: ski9600: Indubitably: ski9600:

P.S. Your three-post fails in comparison to mine. Apologies. Keep trying.

Of course. I seem to always get another idea, I guess I need to slow down or write down first or something ;-)

To ski-do

To do-se-do. :-D


*turn around*

I'm there, right behind you...

*)
 
Oak
2013-01-04 10:34:48 PM
Heads of stone, stomachs of iron, hearts of gold.
 
2013-01-04 10:36:01 PM

Indubitably: Mark Ratner: Indubitably: ski9600: Next week:
Andrew Eastell, owner of the dog that fell in the ravine and was recovered after a search and rescue operation of 53 hours submits plans to local council to cover the small ravine with wooden boards attached to the rocks. He is asked to submit a followup PEIS (Preliminary Environmental Impact Statement) to help determine what impacts, if any will have on local vegetation and other animals.
The week after:
Andrew Eastell, owner of the dog that fell into the ravine and was recovered after a search and rescue operation of 53 hours submits plans to local council to blow up half of the granite ravine with shape charges designed to prevent any other dogs, persons or other medium to large animals from becoming trapped and requiring search and rescue response from ever happening again. He is asked to submit a followup PEIS (Preliminary Environmental Impact Statement) to help determine what impacts, if any will have on local vegetation and other animals.

P.S. Your three-post fails in comparison to mine. Apologies. Keep trying.

At least he doesn't habitually respond to himself. And no, his three-post blows yours out of the water. Sorry.

And your sex is?


I'm a 220 lb ham beast lesbian.
 
2013-01-04 10:43:20 PM

Mark Ratner: Indubitably: Mark Ratner: Indubitably: ski9600: Next week:
Andrew Eastell, owner of the dog that fell in the ravine and was recovered after a search and rescue operation of 53 hours submits plans to local council to cover the small ravine with wooden boards attached to the rocks. He is asked to submit a followup PEIS (Preliminary Environmental Impact Statement) to help determine what impacts, if any will have on local vegetation and other animals.
The week after:
Andrew Eastell, owner of the dog that fell into the ravine and was recovered after a search and rescue operation of 53 hours submits plans to local council to blow up half of the granite ravine with shape charges designed to prevent any other dogs, persons or other medium to large animals from becoming trapped and requiring search and rescue response from ever happening again. He is asked to submit a followup PEIS (Preliminary Environmental Impact Statement) to help determine what impacts, if any will have on local vegetation and other animals.

P.S. Your three-post fails in comparison to mine. Apologies. Keep trying.

At least he doesn't habitually respond to himself. And no, his three-post blows yours out of the water. Sorry.

And your sex is?

I'm a 220 lb ham beast lesbian.


NSS?
 
2013-01-05 02:13:35 AM
The rescue was good practice/training for the rescue workers, I imagine. Next time, it could be a child, and now they have hands on experience. Good show.
 
2013-01-05 02:53:43 AM
Big pup got into quite a jam. Leave it to a border collie to figure things out. My experience with living with a border collie was 11 wonderful years but the dog was a farking genius and knew it. That's why I have Labs now. Not as smart but oh-so-lovable.

/I call my half Golden Retriever/half Lab a golden lab and people think I mean yellow lab. Whatever. He's still a big goofy yellow dog.
 
2013-01-05 03:46:48 AM

ski9600: p4p3rm4t3: skinink: This picture needs to be submitted to Dog Shame with a sign.
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Awww.... he had a catheter...poor wittles.

I wondered what the shaving was about. Is that for vital anti-dehydration stuff or something?


Usually yes, and to give him any drugs he needed to have.
 
2013-01-05 08:32:43 AM

skinink: This picture needs to be submitted to Dog Shame with a sign.
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Black Dog: I found him... idiot
Lab: I got stuck in a hole. *sad face*
 
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