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    reward you'll use to motivate your dog. Does your dog especially like to eat a specific treat or play with a special toy? Whatever it is, make sure you have this reward available for every training session so that you build consistency. This will ensure that your dog is always motivated to perform the trick when you issue the command. Next, evaluate your dog's current obedience skills. Does he already know how to sit and lay down on command? If not, teaching your dog to roll over will take more time because you won't be able to utilize those two commands during your training sessions. It is recommended that your dog at least know how to sit on command before trying to teach him to roll over. The Training Session 1. Get your dog into a sitting position. If your dog knows the "sit" command, use that; if he doesn't, gently push his hindquarters down into a seated position and give him a treat. 2. Have your dog lay down in a sphinx-like position. If your dog knows the "down" command, use that; otherwise gently hold his hindquarters down while you hold a treat on the ground a few inches in front of his face. This will usually get the dog to walk his front legs forward into a down position. You want your dog to be facing forward with his weight evenly distributed, not leaning to one side or the other. Once he is in the proper position, give your dog a treat. 3. Hold a treat in front of your dog's nose, just out of reach. You want him to be interested in the treat so that he'll…

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    that peppermint brings back for me is my Grandma. My Grandma was an amazing woman, she always wore a certain perfume and still to this day I am not entirely sure what the perfume was but it had some type of peppermint fragrance to it. My Grandmother and I used to do everything together, whenever I walked into the house to sit and visit with her I would smell that hint of peppermint and know she was there even before I saw her smiling face. As a child I would spend a lot of time with my…

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    texture sensations, rough in contrast to smooth, would have an effect on the participants’ impressions and decision making. In experiment 3, participants completed a puzzle either with a rough surface or a smooth surface before completing a reading they had to form an impression on (Ackerman et al., 2010). Study 4 was similar except in lieu of a reading, participants played an Ultimatum game. The last studies, 5 and 6, tested whether or not touch sensations involving hardness would affect a…

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    Shower chairs have been around almost as long as showers, but with trendy aging population, they may be turning into more famous than ever. Mobility challenges, scientific conditions, and lack of balance due to different motives are all making bathe chairs show up in increasing houses. The full range of latest corrosion-resistant substances can be used for the production of a bath chair. Some of the cheapest ones are crafted from desirable vintage plastic, which now is available in solid, thin…

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    and he is missing out on a beautiful smart girl. And as for your best friend, she wanted to end the pain, and she did it the only way she knew how.” Damon whispered in my ear as he hugged me. I nodded and looked at him, he did have a good point. But letting my best friend die is something I will never forgive about myself. He walked me out of the shop and I locked up. We said our goodbyes and I started to walk in the direction of my home. I walked for about a good ten minutes in the blistering…

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    free and positive experience for the pet as well as his owner. Unleashed is a collar that allows you to unleash your canine and go for walks without the hassle of lunging and pulling. With this product, pet owners can venture out with their pups without all of the hassle from a leash. The technology in this collar is similar to that of the technology used in invisible fences. Think of this as a mobile invisible fence. Customers will simply program the settings to the distance that they will…

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    Introduction My family was planning a vacation and we came across the question of who would take care of our pet dogs, Cuddles and Cutie and our Siamese cat, Sultan. We began researching pet sitting services because we thought leaving three pets with friends or neighbours would be an imposition. Much to our surprise we could not find any such service to our satisfaction. Leaving the pets in the care of the teenager next door was not an option this time. Finally, we decided that the rest of…

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    his life when he was only twelve. Langston talks about his miscommunications about “coming to Jesus” (947). In this story Langston starts before the actual revival at his Auntie Reed’s Church. He fills us in on what events in his life had led up to this point in his life. Langston describes the pastors aggressive preaching style and the congregations support for their pastor. Langston was “placed in the mourner 's bench” (947) where he was to sit until he “saw Jesus.” Langston sits on the bench…

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    OBJECTIVE: SYSTEMS REVIEW Cardiopulmonary System: Blood Pressure: 125/70mmHg (sitting/L UE) Heart Rate: 82bpm (strong/regular) (L radial pulse) Respiratory Rate: 18bpm O2 Sat: 99% (at rest/L 3rd digit), 97% (post 10M walk) CTT: unable 2° expressive aphasia Integumentary System: Intact, no skin breakdown. Scars consistent with bilateral carotid endarterectomy were noted. R LE discoloration (purple/red) with minimal edema compared to the L LE was observed. Neuromuscular and…

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    the space of an extra hair. Its two highly durable clasps are attached to easy to adjust long enough straps which fit under and around any chair. This provides extra safety. Plus, the front straps keep baby secured and can be adjusted for even the most fidgety baby or strong willed toddler during mealtimes. I have taken it almost everywhere from restaurants whose baby or toddler friendly seats are either too low, not sturdy or do not have the click on table attachment which gives a toddler…

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