Monthly Archives: July 2008

Building a Set of Broad Jumps, Part III

Well, I took the saw out of the box today. I knew I was off to a bad start with it when I couldn’t find the directions on how to open the box from the top. You can’t. It’s a … Continue reading

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Reward the Good or Punish the Bad?

As much as I adore Ian Dunbar’s training philosophy, I as much dislike Cesar Millan’s. Recently, there have been some articles written about these differences. This one came from the Dogs in Danger newsletter: Reward the Good or Punish the … Continue reading

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Ian Dunbar

The Anti-Cesar Millan This article appeared on page CM – 5 of the San Francisco Chronicle Ian Dunbar’s been succeeding for 25 years with lure-reward dog training; how come he’s been usurped by the flashy, aggressive TV host? Louise Rafkin … Continue reading

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Broad Jumps, Part II – Building Them Stalled

I was almost done building all four of the skeletons of the broad jumps after work and found that the directions weren’t quite accurate in some parts. As in there are four extra pieces of PVC. Then I also found … Continue reading

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Neem Oil Information

This was an e-mail from a woman who responded the post I wrote, Home Depot Then Lowe’s, about the sudden loss of leaf life in my vegetable garden and my frantic attempt to save my now deceased squash plants – … Continue reading

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