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Lousy Hunting Dog
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http://www.dogwork.com/ddsff4/
 
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ahhhhhhhhh cute dog and friends.....my hounds bark at anything that moves and somethings that dont!
........I love cats, I just cant eat a whole one by myself......







 
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#3
Too cute!
Let Go, and Let God......
 
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(02-21-2012, 04:35 PM)admin Wrote: http://www.dogwork.com/ddsff4/

Hey admin, sorry i havent intorduced myself, but Ive been busy and will be vack at the hospital tomorrow for my 18 C/t scan, but the the dog/deer thing is cute. Thats a smart lab, hes waiting on that snack to grow up,lol. Hope all is well, Im enjoying your site and hope you can keep your problem child under control. he sounds like fun though. I have my prefrences set to send me alerts, but people are bad about not saying what state they are from and its difficult to offer help due to diffrent state laws. good luck, see ya.................J
 
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Unfortunately, I was un able to watch it. I have issues eversince I upgraded my browser to 9.. It seems the flash player wont work right, if I run the mouse across the video frame i can see bits and pieces of the video otherwise it dont show nothing.. I have the latest flash player and says it working fine...

But I have to go along with Jaynes comment, our little dog buster has eagle eyes, he will bark at birds that are 500 ft away.. Bronco dont usually bark unless buster starts first.. But one thing bronco is good at is, if somthing is placed in the yard or somthing is moved he will let us know..
 
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(02-22-2012, 11:17 AM)bronco54501 Wrote: Unfortunately, I was un able to watch it. I have issues eversince I upgraded my browser to 9.. It seems the flash player wont work right, if I run the mouse across the video frame i can see bits and pieces of the video otherwise it dont show nothing.. I have the latest flash player and says it working fine...

But I have to go along with Jaynes comment, our little dog buster has eagle eyes, he will bark at birds that are 500 ft away.. Bronco dont usually bark unless buster starts first.. But one thing bronco is good at is, if somthing is placed in the yard or somthing is moved he will let us know..

Ive had to repair several systems that use IE 9 and go back to version 8 you'll be better off. Your dog needs to reboot as well, lol
 
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(02-22-2012, 02:41 PM)mobo96 Wrote:
(02-22-2012, 11:17 AM)bronco54501 Wrote: Unfortunately, I was un able to watch it. I have issues eversince I upgraded my browser to 9.. It seems the flash player wont work right, if I run the mouse across the video frame i can see bits and pieces of the video otherwise it dont show nothing.. I have the latest flash player and says it working fine...

But I have to go along with Jaynes comment, our little dog buster has eagle eyes, he will bark at birds that are 500 ft away.. Bronco dont usually bark unless buster starts first.. But one thing bronco is good at is, if somthing is placed in the yard or somthing is moved he will let us know..

Ive had to repair several systems that use IE 9 and go back to version 8 you'll be better off. Your dog needs to reboot as well, lol



Thanks mobo, before I had to reboot my computer I updated from IE 7 to IE8 then 9.. After alot of problems I did go back to ie8 and that fix worked.. I just wish I could find a fix for ie9, because over all I like it alot more.. I have searched and searched to find a fix but nothing works, I am missing so much without my flash player working properly that I will probably switch back..
 
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Try Google Chrome. I am having problems with both IE and Firefox. I have been testing Chrome, and so far am pretty pleased.
 
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(02-22-2012, 04:13 PM)bronco54501 Wrote:
(02-22-2012, 02:41 PM)mobo96 Wrote:
(02-22-2012, 11:17 AM)bronco54501 Wrote: Unfortunately, I was un able to watch it. I have issues eversince I upgraded my browser to 9.. It seems the flash player wont work right, if I run the mouse across the video frame i can see bits and pieces of the video otherwise it dont show nothing.. I have the latest flash player and says it working fine...

But I have to go along with Jaynes comment, our little dog buster has eagle eyes, he will bark at birds that are 500 ft away.. Bronco dont usually bark unless buster starts first.. But one thing bronco is good at is, if somthing is placed in the yard or somthing is moved he will let us know..

Ive had to repair several systems that use IE 9 and go back to version 8 you'll be better off. Your dog needs to reboot as well, lol



Thanks mobo, before I had to reboot my computer I updated from IE 7 to IE8 then 9.. After alot of problems I did go back to ie8 and that fix worked.. I just wish I could find a fix for ie9, because over all I like it alot more.. I have searched and searched to find a fix but nothing works, I am missing so much without my flash player working properly that I will probably switch back..

Guys, I went to college for computer technology and forensics, and IM telling you now, dont do it. Leave IE 9 alone for quite a while yet. They have not got the bugs out and you need to know what O/S will work with each browser, gotta run ......more later stay with IE 8
 
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I just stay with Mozilla. I have never had any Virus issues with Mozilla Firefox but I have had 3 Trojan horse virus's in the past with IE.

My son in law is a Computer Technology Engineer. My daughter is a Computer Information Specialist. He/she told me 2 years ago to leave IE like stink on a skunk after a devastating Virus over ran my computer. Mozilla is more secure IMO. I have had no Virus's with Mozilla. I do have the free AVG Anti Virus protection which does a pretty good job seemingly.
 
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