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    DZIMBRIC
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    Talking Re: my pets

    Originally posted by bmrbabe
    Let's see if I can make this work!
    here are our akitas Fuji and Kado http://im1.shutterfly.com/procserv/4...837b0000001610

    here are our finches-spice and cordon bleu and a pair of Blue tit
    http://im1.shutterfly.com/procserv/4...a8a70000003610
    We will stay at your house during the rally and keep an eye on the critters.



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    Staying at our house

    Is it the dogs, the dock or the birds???

  3. #78
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    Re: Staying at our house

    Originally posted by bmrbabe
    Is it the dogs, the dock or the birds???
    All of the above but what would a BMW rally be without a little sailing thrown in for good measure. You can't go all the way across the US and not see the Ocean at least once. At least I can't.

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    Actually, it's the Puget Sound you see

    and unfortunately we just sold the house where the pic was taken. We still have a water view but added a few mountains and ships. To see the Pacific Ocean you would need to travel another 3 hours or so and it's just cold and wet. Oh, and the sailboat is not ours, we have a power boat.

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    Teddy's first beemer ride

    Here is our Yorkie letting the neighborhood dogs know that if you chase 'em long enough you might catch one and get to ride.
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    Teddy

    That picture is way to cute....... ....I love those sunglasses he is wearing....Does he actually ride with you like that........

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    Re: Teddy

    Originally posted by BMW Beauty
    That picture is way to cute....... ....I love those sunglasses he is wearing....Does he actually ride with you like that........
    Yep, it took a few months of serious training to get to the point where he actually rides. In the picture we are rolling along about 15mph. I have had him up to 55 with no problems. The 'sunglasses' are actually doggles made specifically for dogs. I think they come in about 4 or 5 sizes and can be found on E-bay for around $15. The training involved several steps:

    1. tank bag (on living room the floor) training with lots of treats
    2. doggles training with lots of treats
    3. tank bag + doggles training (still on the floor) with lots of treats
    4. tank bag on the bike with lots of treats
    5. tank bag on a running bike (the RT) with lots of treats
    6. tank bag + doggles + running bike with lots of treats
    7. tank bag + doggles + rolling bike in garage (Honda Rebel) with lots of treats
    8. tank bag + doggles + running bike then driving with lots of treats (do you see a pattern here?)
    9. Graduation to the R1200C on the day after his first ride on the Rebel. He went 15 miles and I only had to tell him to sit one time. Even practiced tight, lock-to-lock figure eights in a parking lot with him on the tank. I think he's a natural.

    Step 3 of the training.
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    Re: Re: Teddy

    Originally posted by cruisin
    Yep, it took a few months of serious training to get to the point where he actually rides. In the picture we are rolling along about 15mph. I have had him up to 55 with no problems. The 'sunglasses' are actually doggles made specifically for dogs. I think they come in about 4 or 5 sizes and can be found on E-bay for around $15. The training involved several steps:

    1. tank bag (on living room the floor) training with lots of treats
    2. doggles training with lots of treats
    3. tank bag + doggles training (still on the floor) with lots of treats
    4. tank bag on the bike with lots of treats
    5. tank bag on a running bike (the RT) with lots of treats
    6. tank bag + doggles + running bike with lots of treats
    7. tank bag + doggles + rolling bike in garage (Honda Rebel) with lots of treats
    8. tank bag + doggles + running bike then driving with lots of treats (do you see a pattern here?)
    9. Graduation to the R1200C on the day after his first ride on the Rebel. He went 15 miles and I only had to tell him to sit one time. Even practiced tight, lock-to-lock figure eights in a parking lot with him on the tank. I think he's a natural.

    Step 3 of the training.

    Yes I see your pattern.....lol..... I have a Rottweiler so it won't work.......Dang...... The glasses are so cool.......

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    Put the Rott on the pillon seat.
    -=Brad

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    Rott

    Originally posted by BradfordBenn
    Put the Rott on the pillon seat.
    Dang Brad....What a good idea..... ....But first I definitely have to have a pair of those sunglasses for Cheyenne...... ....
    Then I need a seat belt harness that you can buy at the Pet Store...... .....We would look so "Cute" riding around town.......Everyone would know I was riding with a "Real Dog"....LOL..........
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    To Crusin and Teddy,

    Way too Cool! I can see you guys making the cover of the BMW ON.

    Please submit a pic to the editor... You guys make quite the team.


    Ride on....

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    Cat #32 and her most recent litter ...

    The kittens account for numbers 37 through 44.

    The kids name'em, but I number'em.

    This is one fer-tile cat. She had three in the first litter, and eight in the second litter. We plan to have her fixed before she proliferates again!
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    Pets

    I'm waaay late on this post, but just found it, and thought I'd add my critter. Not sure this will work

    Karol
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    Special grrl

    I've posted to this thread before, but thought I'd resurrect it for the new folks. I never get sick of animals. This is Stella by the way.
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