Never listen to anyone who tells you your dog is not good at something. Give the dog a chance to train and prove itself. What I have found is these people who say these things have no credentials, no credibility, no higher education, etc. etc etc. They are just high on their own nonsense.
Monthly Archives: June 2013
Born on this day in 1817, Joseph Dalton Hooker, British botanist, founder of geographical botany and close friend of Charles Darwin (d. 1911)
Ed Yost, 1919, American inventor, father of the modern day hot air balloon
Paul Berg, 1926, American biochemist
Robert Ballard, 1942, American Oceanographer
If you take them for a walk, check for ticks when you get home.
6/29/1818 Pietro Angelo Secchi astronomer, pioneer in astronomical spectroscopy, he was the first person to state that the sun was a star. He died in 1878 at the age of 59, he did so many other things for astronomy he is worth looking up.
6/29/1833 Peter Waage chemist, co-discovered the law of mass action with his brother-in-law Cato Guldberg, he died in 1900 at age 66.
6/29/1868 George Hale astronomer, invented the spectroheliograph, suffering from frequent insomnia and schizophrenia, he claimed to have regular visits from an elf who advised him, he died in 1938 at age 69
If you aren’t going to be home for a while, take the dog out and play with a while before you leave. Make sure it gets a drink.
6/28/1608 Giovanni Borelli physiologist, he died in 1679 at age 71
6/28/1824 Paul Broca anthropologist, known for his research on the frontal lobe called Broca’s area, he died in 1880 at the age of 56
6/28/1873 Alexis Carrel physician, he died in 1944 at the age of 81
6/28/1906 Marie Goeppert-Meyer, physicist, she proposed the nuclear shell model of the atomic nucleus. She said that certain numbers of nucleons called magic numbers make an atom extremely stable. (2, 18, 20, 28, 50, 82, 126) she died in 1972 at the age of 66
6/28/1912 Carl Weizsacker astronomer, he died in 2007 at the age of 95
If you are thinking of training your dog to be a working dog, their greatest sense is the sense of smell. Set up games with the puppy where you hide a treat and they use their nose to find it. Don’t make this real hard at first. Gradually increase the difficulty.