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How did your dog react when you took them home for the first time?
I took this baby to my home 20 days ago. I wasn’t sure about getting a dog since I’ve never been a dog lover but when I saw him for the first at my mom’s friend home I just couldn't say no.When we arrived to my home he was very nervous, looking around and crying when he left my arms. I remember he spent like 4 hours sleeping. We were worried because he didn't wake up.Then he got up and kept looking around the house from a corner. He even got scared when my dad arrived home and made noise.He seemed confused in this totally new home. We were all strangers to him.After a few days he started to walk around the house, looking for places to hide and sleep. He found his favorite spot in the back of our sofa.Then he got more confident around us and he began to play with all of us.Now after only 20 days, he seems very happy. He runs all our house. He runs to the door everytime we come back from work or school. He runs when we throw the ball. He runs when we say Hi baby. He loves to run. He loves to collect all our flip flops too.He sleeps beside my bed and is my alarm. He wakes me up at 5 in the morning to play!My baby Chester has definitely made our home a happier place.Edit: Thanks for all the kind words. We love Chester and we can promise that we will do everything to make him feel happy in his new home. Here are more photos of this beautiful earthquake in my lifeHe looooves to sleep with this towel behind the sofa.This one is from the second day at home. He really likes to spend time like this.The way he sleeps is too funny. That green basket is the one I have for my dirty clothes and that yellow sweater is the one I use to sleep in winter. Well, now both of them belong to Chester. He loves that green basket and my sweater. He can’t sleep at night if he doesn’t have these.This is my fave. He is really trying to climb the stairs, he won’t give up for sure.Edit 2: Thanks again, I can’t believe all these beautiful words to my baby. He just turned 3 months old a few days ago and he is now a mix between a tornado and an earthquake. He plays all day, he is doing great, vet says he looks very healthy.My mom says she feels like if we had a little kid in our house once again (the last one was my brother who is 12 now)His new bed and his toys. That poor poor ball, Chester simply loves to chew it.Yep, that’s my bag and he doesn’t care that I’m right in front of him.I took this photo today May 8th. He is my handsome little guy.
What is the most important song to you?
Ooh, that is hard.I have so much love for so much music, there is no way to pick one song without it feeling like a betrayal, yet I will do it. But first let me explain the background of its personal significance to me.After growing up in New York City, by the time I went to college I was hungry to experience something different and new, totally unlike what I was used to, so I went to college in Abilene, Texas. It was indeed an extraordinary adventure for me. Even in my travels to foreign nations, I had never felt as much like a foreigner as I did in West Texas. The constant state of being a stranger in a strange land was invigorating at first, but became steadily more wearisome as time went on.I was living in a world whose priorities and values were utterly different than my own, on almost every level. It was a world where most people saw nothing morally wrong with the bombing of civilians to promote national economic interests or the mass incarceration of American citizens by a private corporate prison system that profits off of the victimization of Americans, but despised the thought of allowing gay people to be who they are. I’m certainly not saying that New York is perfect (far from it), but rather that living with societal evils to which one is not accustomed can be grating. Just as many people from other parts of America find the culture of insatiable financial materialism that exists in Manhattan unbearable in a way that I, having been exposed to it over the course of my childhood, do not, I found life in a place where persecution of others was considered moral to be soul-crushing in the long run.Just about six months before I was set to graduate, the police raided a party and caught me smoking a joint (the horror). I was arrested, fined, and faced the possiblity of expulsion from the school. All my work over the course of years would be in vain, and I was powerless to stop it. I remember begging, literally begging the disciplinary authorities just to let me graduate and leave in peace. I promised that I would go and they would never have to hear from me again, all I wanted was the credits I had earned. In the end, I managed to convince them.From that day forward, I kept repeating one thing to myself, almost like a mantra:“I’m gonna leave this town.”The knowledge that I was going home, to the place where the world, fucked up as it was, made some degree of sense to me was unspeakably beautiful.It was at this same time that I acquired a collection of live performances by Jimi Hendrix, including his exquisite Hear My Train A Comin‡ from Berkeley, California. It spoke to my soul as nothing else ever has.“I wait around the train stationWaiting for that trainTo take me awayLord, take me the hell out away from hereTake me from this lonesome town.”It was so close, I could feel it. I could taste it. I could smell it.I could hear my train a comin‡ to take me home, and it was beautiful.Unfortunately, I have not been able to find that Berkeley performance on YouTube. If anyone knows a better way to link to it, I’d appreciate the input, but for now you can see it here: Одноклассники
Why is it harder to get a dog than a gun in the United States?
Impressive clickbait.Let’s have a look at some facts.You can get a dog if dishonorably discharged from the US MilitaryYou can get a dog if you have a history of mental illnessYou can get a dog if a former felon.You can get a dog with a history of domestic violenceYou don’t fill out a background check to get a dogYou don’t by law have to wait a certain number of days between purchasing a dog and picking him up.You don’t have a limited number of dogs you can buy within a month.You don’t need a license/hunter’s card etc to own a dogYou don’t need to prove proficiency in owner skills before you can buy your dogYou don’t need to fill out a long and rigorous test to get a dog.Quite apart from all this the claim you need to be 21 to buy a dog is spurious. I’ve been to multiple pet shops and Petco, and all of them have had a minimum age of 18.Going deeper into your question though, what CNN have done is cherry-pick what suits them, and ignore less convenient facts.“Gun: No personal references. No home visits.”Yes. Instead of that for guns you have background checks, which people would argue are rather more thorough and reliable than asking your mate who’s known you 10 years what he thinks of you. Certainly if I were given the choice between an automatic background check and a reference from someone you know, I don’t and have no idea of their reliability, I would chose the former.“Gun: There's no federal law that limits how many you buy.”As stated previously, although there is no federal low, multiple states do indeed limit you per month. The other point is however motive. The only reason for stockpiling cough medicine in such huge quantities (and trust me, the quantities required for are huge) is for clearly nefarious useage.On the other hand, plenty of people do indeed collect guns just for the fun of it. Buying guns en masse does not necessarily or even likely mean you are planning a massacre. Indeed, look at recent mass shootings (or indeed further back). None of the killers there bought guns en masse.“Passport: You have to prove you're a citizen, submit paperwork and a photo and usually wait about six weeks to get your hands on your first U.S. passport”That’s because a passport can be abused in many fraudulent ways. If passports were given out easily, not just terrorism but also all manners of fraud would become rife. The same cannot be said for guns.What is more, the six week wait is not because they are spending six whole weeks scrutinizing your passport. In fact, they will use a background check of the sort the ATF uses for firearms. The checking itself takes them barely any time - most of the wait is bureaucratic backlog.Indeed, when you buy a gun, you have to prove there too that you have leave to remain in the USA and there too they see photographic proof of who you are in the form of a driver’s license/passport as proof of identity.“License: Submit proof of your identity. Pass vision and written tests. Drive around a couple of weeks on your learner's permit. Then pass the driving test. Depending on the state, it takes completing all that to get your first ever driver's license”First off, as stated above, to purchase a gun you need to submit proof of your identity with your photographic ID and the automatic background check. Furthermore, funny as it sounds, it is rather easier to kill someone with a car than with a gun. With a gun, observing a few simple rules (unloaded when not immediately in use, locked in a cabinet, don’t point a gun at people etc) means you will not hurt anyone. With a car, you need a lot of complex knowledge on stopping distances, overtaking, checking mirrors, road signs and their meanings, all the different manners of roads themselves and so on. Get any of those many many things wrong and you end up killing someone. Competent gun knowledge is much more easily acquired than competent driving knowledge.
What if someone failed to fill out PMMS (GTU)?
Nothing to worry about it. It also happened with many of my batchmates. Just contact your faculty. Sometimes Gtu gives time to fill PMMS deatils even after Completion of Project Viva.
How do dog breeders know their dogs history? Is there a way to find out an adopted dogs history?
Good dog breeders, the ones who breed for health and temperament rather than quantity or money, never (outside of exceptional circumstances) breed a dog whose genetic background they don’t know. Some countries, such as Finland for example, have online databases of family trees for a given breed. The Finnish database lists any official test results for a given dog, which pairing resulted in an epileptic puppy and should therefore not be bred from again, cause of death for any dog whose death has been reported, and other pertinent facts like show performance and disqualifying illnesses.All this means that good breeders will (with very few exceptions) only use dogs from recorded lines, not some random dog that looks kinda like [insert breed here]. Registered (read: purebred) dogs are all microchipped, and the chip numbers are added to the database when the breeder registers a litter.If a dog of unknown origin (looks like [insert breed here] but has no papers) has some incredible quality that they really want to breed in and a temperament to match, they might decide to do genetic testing. They’ll also get a vet to do official tests on the dog’s hips, knees, eyes, heart - anything that might have structural problems that could be passed on to the next generation.Then, and only then, will they (maybe) breed this dog of unknown parentage.If there isn’t an incredible quality, they simply won’t take the risk of breeding that dog.
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