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RE: RG6 Coax

Another thing to check is your "over the air" antenna amplifier. Make sure it's not turned on at the same time you are trying to use your tailgater. Depending on your cabling set-up, this may have some effect.
DOTLDaddy 04/18/14 04:20am Technology Corner
RE: A very old stray {The Old Fella Story}

Good that the rule outs eliminated some serious problems. ....Yes. Whenever I hear the word "bloat", it brings back some bad memories. We're sure glad Suzie is on the road to recovery.:)
DOTLDaddy 03/17/14 02:29pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Old Fella Rally Sept.17-21 2014 Great Smoky Mountains

Just made reservations. Two more rigs: Sandy and I will be coming, also my brother and his wife (Jim & Sue) got a new trailer and will be joining us as well. DougExcellent! You oughta try and get Jim and/or Sue to register here so they can enjoy participating in the craziness of RV.NET. :B
DOTLDaddy 03/17/14 02:25pm Rallies, Shows and Gatherings
RE: After giving your dog pills. Do you give them water?

Gretchen had always been a terrible pill taker, but since we have to give her a daily prednisone pill now, we have become somewhat "expert" with our routine. It is easier with two people, but I have done it by myself as well. Tilt patients head backPop the pill towards the back of the mouthQuickly, squirt a 3ml syringe of water towards back of the throatBy reflex, patient swallows water AND pillFavorite treat given immediately to chase the pill down. You can get that kind of needleless syringe at any pharmacy or vet office. Ours is 3ml, but something a little bigger would work just as well, like this one: https://sp2.yimg.com/ib/th?id=HN.608019222880781110&pid=15.1 BTW, good job on scoring the new Jeep, Calvin! I gave up on stick shifts many, many years ago.:C
DOTLDaddy 03/14/14 05:07am RV Pet Stop
RE: A very old stray {The Old Fella Story}

Wow! :E Doug, is the afib something new with Sandy? What a bummer. Like everyone, we hope things improve dramatically and rapidly with Sandy so you guys can get on with your well earned retirement plans.
DOTLDaddy 03/07/14 03:04am RV Pet Stop
RE: Cat Downers?

... a sheet over the crate....I'll toss something out as a purely anecdotal experience. Quite a few years ago, our now departed Missy (GSD mix) was a terrible traveler in the car/truck. For hours, non-stop panting, whining, pacing. She could NOT relax. We tried Rescue Remedy with not much success. At that time, we did not want to use any prescription meds, so we just "lived" with it. When we finally got to our destinations, Missy was just fine, back to her old normal self. Anyway, getting to the point, we finally realized that if we were traveling at night she was much calmer. She couldn't see the world whizzing by, which upset her sensibilities. I would by all means try covering the crate. It costs nothing, and might even work!:) BTW, we hate traveling at night, so we put up with a lot of years of traveling angst. We had never crated Missy, so we could not cover her's up. In retrospect, perhaps a black hood or blinders . . . . . :@
DOTLDaddy 03/06/14 04:08am RV Pet Stop
RE: A very old stray {The Old Fella Story}

So sorry to hear that news. :( We are hoping that things start getting better around Camp Dixie, as there has been so much badness lately. At least we know Mama is in a place where badness does not exist.
DOTLDaddy 03/01/14 02:55pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Happy Announcement

.... A few more days tying up loose ends....That's not some sorta pun . . . . is it?:@ We are very happy for you guys!:C
DOTLDaddy 03/01/14 04:42am RV Pet Stop
RE: Happy Announcement

Woo Hoo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Now that you're "retired," prepare to get much busier.Yeah, I've found that to be true. My old boss pretty much left me alone because he realized I knew what I was doing. My present boss, not so much . . . . :E:W:B
DOTLDaddy 03/01/14 04:25am RV Pet Stop
RE: What I have learned about cold weather camping . . . . .

Wow, that rig is just like ours! It's got dual, opposing slides! :C
DOTLDaddy 02/20/14 04:02am RV Pet Stop
RE: Here we ge again! ... Update; NO FOOD Problems!

.... The Boy and I would like to give a SPECIAL THANK YOU to Walter. For offering to stand up to Royal Canin's CEO for us! Thank you Walter! ... http://i141.photobucket.com/albums/r73/salem21_2006/thumbup.gif Awww . . . . shucks! :o BTW, and FYI, here is the response I got from Rachel at Royal Canin: Good Afternoon Walter Thank you for taking the time to contact Royal Canin. We appreciate your inquiry. The Hypoallergenic Selected Protein Adult PV is not being discontinued, however, due to unforeseen market conditions we have been experiencing difficulties in securing enough quality venison to produce the quantities required. Unfortunately, we anticipate that the supply challenges will continue, and result in periodic shortages of both the dry and wet diets. The product, however, is not being discontinued. Since our industry continues to be challenged by venison shortages, we have recently enhanced the Selected Protein PV dry formula to include hydrolyzed soy protein. The addition of soy protein will help to increase the availability of the PV and limit some of the on-going out of stock concerns with this formula. We are recommending a 7-10 day transition when starting the new Selected Protein PV to avoid any gastrointestinal upset. You can do this as follows: Days 1-3 75% old 25% new Days 4-6 50% old 50% new Days 7-9 75% new 25% old Day 10 100% new Unfortunately we do not have specific date to give you for when the Potato and Venison will be back in stock. We would recommend that you try the canned Hypoallergenic Selected Protein PV as that is in stock or consider a 7-10 day transition onto the Hydrolyzed Protein HP or the Selected Protein PR. Ask your Veterinarian today if these diets are a good choice for your pet. Please let me know if we can assist you again soon. Best wishes, Rachel
DOTLDaddy 02/17/14 05:07pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Here we ge again! ... Update; NO FOOD Problems!

Since Royal Canin is a local company to me, maybe I'll just go over there and have a chat with the CEO!:M
DOTLDaddy 02/17/14 04:52am RV Pet Stop
RE: Happy Announcement

TICK TICK TICK TICK TICK TICK TICK TICK TICK TICK . . . . . . . . . (and I don't mean the arachnids.) :W BTW, it's gonna be in mostly sunny and in the 70's down here this coming week. :C
DOTLDaddy 02/16/14 03:44am RV Pet Stop
USA vs Russia hockey game rant!

I am so upset!!!!! :M In the "olden days", a blacked out game would be rebroadcast on free TV the next day or later that night, in most cases. It's gonna be shown live on NBCSN in a few minutes. Now, the game is not going to be rebroadcast until a whole week later on "over the air" NBC. (On edit: Somehow my formatting got screwed up.)
DOTLDaddy 02/15/14 04:57am Around the Campfire
RE: A very old stray {The Old Fella Story}

Dan & Lori, CONGRATS! :C
DOTLDaddy 02/15/14 04:46am RV Pet Stop
RE: What I have learned about cold weather camping . . . . .

I keep a window open a little and run the furnace or a space heater to maintain temps....I tried the open window and/or vents during the two rainy days, but to no avail.:p Inside or outside, the air was saturated. Combine that with cold temps and single pane windows and ya get a big mess. :S
DOTLDaddy 02/13/14 05:18pm RV Pet Stop
What I have learned about cold weather camping . . . . .

. . . . with two GSD's and one wife. :p We are in Gulf Shores right now, and although the weather has been MUCH better than at home in STL, there are still some "issues" with "cold" weather camping. The last two days have been in the upper 30's to lower 40's, with lots of rain. :E It's gonna be getting a lot better starting today, but what I have learned from the last two days is this: Two humans and two GSD's create a LOT of humidity in a camperCold weather, in combination with single pane windows, can create a LOT of condensation on said windowsYou can go through a LOT of paper towels wiping off windowsWallpaper that is in contact with aluminum window frames that are constantly wet can actually start peeling away from the walls at that pointThe most important thing I have learned about cold weather camping with two GSD's and one wife is to GET A DEHUMIDIFIER!!!
DOTLDaddy 02/13/14 07:29am RV Pet Stop
RE: Our Sweet Rubie-RIP

....We rushed home so that she could be in familiar surroundings....RIP, Rubie. You may have lost a battle, but you won a place in Heaven. Your story sounds much like ours did with Missy. :(
DOTLDaddy 02/06/14 04:49am RV Pet Stop
RE: Daisy crossed the Rainbow Bridge yesterday

Sigh . . . :( These times are always so sad, but one has to concentrate on all the good times that were had. I am sure Daisy does just that.
DOTLDaddy 02/06/14 04:43am RV Pet Stop
RE: premium dog food

Did somebody mention dog food? :@
DOTLDaddy 02/02/14 03:30am RV Pet Stop
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