Stud dogs – Club Fuer Molosser http://club-fuer-molosser.net/ Thu, 23 Jun 2022 19:25:24 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-88.png Stud dogs – Club Fuer Molosser http://club-fuer-molosser.net/ 32 32 Memorial Cup three stars: Edmonton wins overtime thriller https://club-fuer-molosser.net/memorial-cup-three-stars-edmonton-wins-overtime-thriller/ Thu, 23 Jun 2022 16:00:00 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/memorial-cup-three-stars-edmonton-wins-overtime-thriller/ Vincent Ether/QMJHL The Oil Kings dropped their tournament opener against the Shawinigan Cataractes despite being the favorites to win it all. They needed to enter the win column against the hosts Saint John Sea Dogs and they managed to accomplish that despite a crazy first period that saw them go 3-2 in the first 10 […]]]>

The Oil Kings dropped their tournament opener against the Shawinigan Cataractes despite being the favorites to win it all. They needed to enter the win column against the hosts Saint John Sea Dogs and they managed to accomplish that despite a crazy first period that saw them go 3-2 in the first 10 minutes of the game.

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York dog daycare gets approval https://club-fuer-molosser.net/york-dog-daycare-gets-approval/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 07:52:30 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/york-dog-daycare-gets-approval/ A DOGGY daycare has been approved for a farm near York. Mrs Georgina Tubb has obtained consent to alter the use of a redundant brick farm shed and milking parlor at Stud Farm, Sutton Road, Wiggington. His planning application to York City Council said the new venture would be a natural extension of his dog […]]]>

A DOGGY daycare has been approved for a farm near York.

Mrs Georgina Tubb has obtained consent to alter the use of a redundant brick farm shed and milking parlor at Stud Farm, Sutton Road, Wiggington.

His planning application to York City Council said the new venture would be a natural extension of his dog walking business. The farm is not a working farm and all of its land is leased to other farmers in the area.

A report from council planning staff, recommending approval of the application, noted that there was no representation from the parish council or nearby residents.

He said customers would bring and collect their pets daily and parking would be limited to those customers. Therefore, the daycare had no more impact on the greenbelt than previous agricultural use.

Most activities would take place indoors, with a limited number of dogs mainly during the day. The distances from other properties would also mean that any impact on the residential amenity of neighbors would be acceptable. The reuse of existing buildings was also acceptable in terms of the green belt.

They concluded that the safety and convenience of road users would not be compromised, so the proposal is “acceptable in terms of planning and approval is recommended”.

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Talking Shop: The Age of Bellwether https://club-fuer-molosser.net/talking-shop-the-age-of-bellwether/ Sun, 19 Jun 2022 13:26:36 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/talking-shop-the-age-of-bellwether/ “The secret of happiness is to face the fact that the world It’s awful, awful, awful…” -Bertrand Russell On this same page where I have been writing with pride and conviction for more than two years, I read an inspiring article last week that struck a chord. It was a heartfelt performance by a wonderful […]]]>

“The secret of happiness is to

face the fact that the world

It’s awful, awful, awful…”

-Bertrand Russell

On this same page where I have been writing with pride and conviction for more than two years, I read an inspiring article last week that struck a chord. It was a heartfelt performance by a wonderful human being and a former civil servant, a director with a brilliant pen and a luminous mind. He spoke of his contact with mortality. The family and personal medical experiences he shared made my heart and mind race. I thought a lot; of how, in the midst of darkness and misfortune, the Sun still emits light and radiance. How, in the midst of a perpetual rush for more possessions and other means, we tend to forget the little things that make life worthwhile and downright glorious, yet.

Still. This then, even (especially) in these debilitating and trying times, is a celebration of all that is tiny, small and small, for that is what makes life beautiful and the world wonderful. Sure, our lives can be hectic and flogged, but it’s more of a reason to remember that there’s a tomorrow ahead of us, a future we need to work on to become a better day. As a little bird said, we need to find inner peace because it can spread like wildfire.

Do not mistake yourself. I am neither a philosopher nor a diviner. I enjoy all the finer things in life, especially after 7 p.m. And I’m lucky to have some really good friends who love me, and I love them back. Sure, the wife and my cats and dogs sometimes make me miserable, but so do I. I love them as badly (and well) as themselves. That alone is cause for celebration.

All about statistics

Like I said, I’m no theorist, but let’s look at the world’s happiness numbers, if indeed nonsense like this is permissible. In India, we are happier than before, says a report. While India continues to fare poorly in the Global Happiness Index, our position has improved to 136th from 139th a year ago. Alleluia. Compare that with other countries in South Asia, where only Taliban-ruled Afghanistan has done worse. Afghanistan has been named the ‘most unhappy country’ in the world, ranking last on the index of 146 countries, while Nepal (84), Bangladesh (94), Pakistan (121) and Sri Lanka (127) managed to fare a little better.

This is great news (?), as India is now ranked 136th out of 146 countries surveyed. The survey conducted by the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network and its “World Happiness Report” assesses happiness taking into account factors such as the state of the economy (read GDP, Domestic Product gross), social support, personal freedom and levels of corruption. in any nation.

Finland topped the list for the fifth consecutive time, according to the 10th edition of the World Happiness Report. It was followed by Denmark, Iceland, Switzerland and the Netherlands. Among other Western countries, while the United States was in 16th place, Britain was in 17th place and France in 20th. Incidentally, the report also stated that India was one of the countries that over the past 10 years has seen a drop in life ratings by more than one point. To be precise, the list was completed before the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Why party then?

Well, we should celebrate, again, because we are alive and around, despite all the forces around us trying to force otherwise. India’s unicorns are dying and our businesses are in shambles, but our taste and quest for butter chicken and kebabs are once again readily visible on our roads, as are bottles emblazoned with Bacchus on rooftops cars. An international cricket match took place in my own Dilli and over 41,000 crazed fans crammed into a stadium that could officially accommodate far fewer souls. Nobody, including the officials present in the VIP gallery, wore a mask, even though the cases of Coronavirus are doubling every day in the Capital. We do not care. We are happy.

Also happy is my own mother, who just returned from Haridwar last week after a holy dubki in the Ganges. Religion is very important as we are, after all, first class Hindu Brahmins, all stallions with only an overall thump for personal and general public safety. So we live on, seemingly having lost our patience with this shameless virus, showing muscle and vitriol to show who is the best. Me, myself and I have made fun of myself in public places where people laugh at me when I disinfect my hands repeatedly after each (in)human contact – “Abey, khatam ho gaya” ( silly, it’s over), I’m told, but I persevere as ruthlessly as I have for 28 months now. Because I believe, de(i)fiying what my favorite actress’ father Julianne Moore said in one of his ‘Live and Let Die’ stories, that it’s better to live and let live. I take care of myself, so that you too are safer.

Cannot be an indicator

It’s time to stand up, throw down the official cord, and take a call to be happy, despite the circumstances we face. Look on the bright side, always. When things have hit rock bottom on all unfathomable fronts, the future can only be better, right? Sure, we’re at a low point when it comes to economic growth and inflation, but it can’t get any worse, can it? So many siblings have lost their jobs and livelihoods that a few more centiles would just be a minor beep on the ascender, right? China and other bordering countries are said to have set up residences on our land, but that’s just proof of our dedication to global inclusion and good neighborliness, isn’t it?

On other fronts, some indirect statements by our talkative leaders have caused worldwide consternation, turmoil and humiliation. It is a new today, one that will lead to a newer tomorrow. But the singletons we must believe. Otherwise, we will falter as a nation-ton. The moot point is this, the one I learned from this touching column last week on these same pages. Things are tough, and so are circumstances, but when the going gets tough…

You want another quote, don’t you? Here you are with that of none other than Napoleon Bonaparte: “The world suffers greatly, not because of the violence of the wicked, but because of the silence of the good (peoples).” So we have to take up the challenge. Sit down, take notice, and act, lest we end up as an indicator, which is usually a herding ram with a bell around its neck and has no essential private parts. Ouch, the thought itself is painful as hell; the actual experience must be downright awful.

The author is a seasoned journalist and communications specialist. He can be contacted on narayanrajeev2006@gmail.com. Opinions expressed are personal

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The Westminster Kennel Club dog show begins on Saturday. A Kent breeder will judge the pooches https://club-fuer-molosser.net/the-westminster-kennel-club-dog-show-begins-on-saturday-a-kent-breeder-will-judge-the-pooches/ Thu, 16 Jun 2022 13:00:00 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/the-westminster-kennel-club-dog-show-begins-on-saturday-a-kent-breeder-will-judge-the-pooches/ When Faye Strauss of Kent fell in love with her husband’s family’s Doberman over 40 years ago, she had no idea her interest in the royal breed would set her on a path to a life of dog shows , which eventually earned him an invitation to judge the Working Dog Group at the Westminster […]]]>

When Faye Strauss of Kent fell in love with her husband’s family’s Doberman over 40 years ago, she had no idea her interest in the royal breed would set her on a path to a life of dog shows , which eventually earned him an invitation to judge the Working Dog Group at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on June 22 at the Lyndhurst Mansion in Tarrytown, New York.

Founded in 1877, the Westminster Kennel Club is the oldest dog sporting organization in the United States and its dog show is the second oldest dog sporting event in the country. This year, 3,500 dogs representing 209 breeds will be entered in the show. The preliminary trials will begin on Saturday June 18 and will continue until the grand finale at 4:30 p.m. on June 22: collective judging of the Working, Sporting and Terrier categories, followed by Best in Show.

Strauss’ job will be to evaluate and select the top four dogs from the 31 working breeds that have been selected to move up from the Best of Breed category, basing his decision on the American Kennel Club’s standard of excellence. . She is one of 34 judges invited to participate in Westminster, and among seven who will judge one of the group categories.

“As a judge, it’s pretty hard to pick a winner when there are so many good dogs,” Strauss said. “Having been in the sport for 40 years, it’s a lifetime experience.”

After meeting Dean, her husband’s family dog, Strauss couldn’t forget the breed. Although she grew up with a family dog, she was taken in by the Doberman’s personality, regal looks and intelligence. She knew right away that she wanted one of her own.

“The Doberman has always interested me because he has that straight look,” she said. “They are muscular and powerful and it’s just a beautiful breed to behold. I like a lot of different races, but I never wanted a different race.

While attending a dog show in Eugene, Oregon in the 1970s, she met the owner of a Doberman stallion who recommended the couple get a puppy sired by his dog from a bay area breeder.

So she and her husband planned a trip to California and chose a dog they named Margo. While Margo was still a puppy, the breeder suggested that the Strausses enter Margo in a dog show.

“We hadn’t really trained her [to be a show dog]”, Strauss said. “I looked at a lot of magazines, so I knew what the judge was waiting for. We were lucky to have a dog that was very easy going. [Margo] sort of did all the work on her own.

Margo won her puppy class, beating 23 other puppies her age, prompting Strauss to turn to more competitions and breeding.

After this show, Strauss began working with a friend to learn how to make a dog look good and get it into competitive condition. She and her husband, Gary, created Sherluck Dobermans in 1973, breeding litters from Margo and her half-sister, High Fashion. Over the years, the pair have bred over 100 AKC champions. Strauss has put a 12-year hiatus from dog breeding, but expects a litter on July 4.

Now, decades after competing in his first competition with Margo, Strauss will be a judge at the nation’s most prestigious dog show. Strauss has been judging dogs from around the world for 25 years, but this time it’s different.

Although Strauss has judged Best of Breed at Westminster twice before, this is the first time she has judged any of the seven groups of dogs that will compete in the Best in Show range. Strauss first enjoyed prestige at Westminster in the 1980s after his dog Jake was invited to compete for best of breed. Jake won Best of Opposite Sex, which is awarded to the best dog of the dog’s opposite sex that won.

Brian Martin of Portland and former AKC Field Representative for the Pacific Northwest will be steward at the Westminster Dog Show this year, assisting judges with logistics and coordination to efficiently get dogs and handlers in and out. ring dogs. He said it was a big deal to be asked to judge at Westminster.

“There’s no other show in the United States that’s more beloved as a judge to be a guest at. It’s pretty special,” he said. “It’s easy to say they are the cream of judges in the country.”

The Westminster Club invites judges from around the world, based on their proven and consistent ability to be fair and make selections consistent with breed standards and sends a written letter of invitation requesting their participation in the event.

“I don’t know what their decision-making process is, but it’s always a pleasure to be considered and invited to the show,” Strauss said.

Each judge evaluates a dog based on the breed standard, looking at characteristics ranging from the color of a dog’s nose to the length of its ears and the shape of its legs.

“Every dog ​​has a description of what they should look like,” Martin said. “It’s very precise, and it’s very trying to be able to judge at this level. It’s a huge, huge accomplishment.

The judges have two and a half minutes to spend with each dog.

Starting with the head, a judge checks the dog’s teeth and bite, then touches the body and coat before watching how the dog moves as the handler walks away and back with the dog. Finally, the judge will walk around the dog while it is standing to take one last look before sending the dog to the end of the line. Once all dogs have been evaluated, the judge selects the top four winners.

Although Strauss breeds Dobermans, that doesn’t mean she will favor the breed in her selection. Strauss spent a lot of time competing with the other breeds in the group and showing breeds other than Dobermans. Additionally, she received mentorship in each breed, attended seminars and webinars, took oral and written exams, and received peer reviews.

“Some [breed] the standards are 50 to 60 years old,” Martin said. “The breeders work very hard to preserve their breed and the love that is put into all of these shows is just amazing.”

Strauss compares Westminster to the Super Bowl, the Kentucky Derby or the World Series.

“Not only can you see the best dogs, but you can also see the best dog handlers, dog trainers and conditioners,” Strauss said. “The tension is high as you see the manager giving everything to deliver the best presentation. The best of the best are here.

Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show

Stream all events live on westminsterkennelclub.org or watch selected live coverage on Fox Sports 1, Fox Sports 2 and the Fox Sports app. Coverage begins at 4:30 a.m. on Saturday, June 18 and ends on Wednesday, June 22. The group judging for the Working Dog Glass will air on Fox Sports 1 at 4:30 p.m. on June 22. For more details see the westminsterkennelclub. org.

]]> Man refuses to pay his puppy’s bills after his dog impregnates another animal https://club-fuer-molosser.net/man-refuses-to-pay-his-puppys-bills-after-his-dog-impregnates-another-animal/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 10:55:03 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/man-refuses-to-pay-his-puppys-bills-after-his-dog-impregnates-another-animal/ Reddit users back man’s decision not to help pay puppy bills and expenses after girlfriend’s friend brought dog to his farm and her unneutered male put her down pregnant He warned her not to bring her dog ( Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto) When your dog becomes pregnant unexpectedly, it can be difficult to tell which male […]]]>

Reddit users back man’s decision not to help pay puppy bills and expenses after girlfriend’s friend brought dog to his farm and her unneutered male put her down pregnant

He warned her not to bring her dog

When your dog becomes pregnant unexpectedly, it can be difficult to tell which male impregnated her.

A pet owner found himself in this exact situation and traced the culprit down to an unneutered male dog living on a friend’s farm.

The dog’s owner is now refusing to help pay the vet’s bills and expenses, and netizens support his decision.

He took to Reddit to ask users if it was wrong for him not to help support the puppies, and received nearly 14,000 upvotes and 1,500 comments.

The man, known as u/aitapuppy_power, explained that he lives on his family’s farm and has always had livestock guard dogs to warn off predatory animals.







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The message read: “I have two, they are very well trained and socialized, but I don’t allow dogs I don’t know on the farm unless I’m there all the time.”

He added that one of the dogs is an unneutered male for “community reasons” and the other is a spayed female.

About four months ago, while on a work trip, his girlfriend invited her friend Taylor to stay with her on the farm.

Before arriving, Taylor asked if there was room for her dog’s crate, but the man told her she couldn’t bring her dog because he wouldn’t be home.

He explained: “She’s coming, she’s got her dog. Horny. My girlfriend told her she could bring him.

“I offered to pay for his dog to go to the local kennel since I would be gone, my girlfriend and Taylor said I was in control. I told them I just didn’t want to give any room for trouble.”

He warned Taylor to keep his dog on a leash and watch him outside.

This caused him and his girlfriend to fight again, but he had to leave before he could resolve it.







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“Taylor left the day I got home. Weeks later her dog had puppies,” he said.

“Gf admitted they only put Taylor’s dog on a leash when my cousin was done, and let her run the rest of the time.”

Now Taylor wants him to pay half of the vet bills and expenses for the puppies until they are housed.

He said: “She’s making fun of me to my girlfriend for not having my dog ​​spayed. I refuse to pay.”

He claims his dogs are where they’re ‘supposed to be’ and it’s not his fault Taylor’s dog walked into the yard and mated – especially when he told her not to. ‘to bring.

He ended by asking, “She and my girlfriend can cover the expenses since they went behind my back. Am I wrong here?”

Hundreds of users supported him and blamed the friend for bringing his dog to the farm.

One person commented: “She brought her unneutered dog to a house with an unneutered male dog when her dog was in heat.

“It takes a special kind of stupidity to let a dog in heat run around unsupervised, and you tried to stop that from happening.”







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Another agreed: “She should have listened. Besides, is it a bit rich of her to complain that your dog wasn’t spayed when her dog wasn’t spayed?”

A few people suggested that Taylor “knew exactly what she was doing” and likely wanted her dog to have puppies for the money.

One said: “She plays games and the dog pays the price. It’s disgusting.”

Some accused the man’s girlfriend of being involved in the act as well and said it was “suspicious” and “shady”.

He replied: “I plan to ask my girlfriend when she gets home tomorrow. She knows since I moved here why I don’t allow dogs I don’t know on the farm when I’m away.

“I’ve been asking for an answer for weeks on why she decided to go behind my back this time.”

Others encouraged him to ask Taylor for a ‘brooding fee’, with one saying: ‘It’s a bit rich of him to complain that your dog isn’t spayed when his dog has not been sterilized?

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Justice for Breeding Dogs | 38 degrees https://club-fuer-molosser.net/justice-for-breeding-dogs-38-degrees/ Mon, 13 Jun 2022 10:35:49 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/justice-for-breeding-dogs-38-degrees/ The image shown depicts a kennel/exercise area in a breeding facility that housed at least 90 dogs. This clearly shows the dark conditions they find themselves in with no view of anything but the high sides and the barn wall opposite. There is a very small fenced area outside the kennel but it is barely […]]]>

The image shown depicts a kennel/exercise area in a breeding facility that housed at least 90 dogs. This clearly shows the dark conditions they find themselves in with no view of anything but the high sides and the barn wall opposite. There is a very small fenced area outside the kennel but it is barely enough for two or three dogs to exercise in, certainly not 90. It is concerning that these kennels have been rated as excellent.

All the recommendations passed to the Welsh Government in 2019 by the WAHWFG made little difference. The recent ‘Guide to Dog Breeding Establishments for Local Authorities’ makes no direct changes to the ‘Dog Breeding for Animal Welfare (Wales) Regulations 2014’. It only provides clarification to local authorities when evaluating applications. The pilot program will provide better record keeping and improved inspections etc., but the real life of a dog in a commercial breeding kennel will often mean a very miserable and sad existence.

We have evidence of other premises, licensed and unlicensed, in appalling conditions. These places are not difficult to locate, but when information about them has been passed on to the appropriate official bodies, it is repeatedly ignored. As a result, confidence in the Welsh government is badly shaken. They recognize the fact that dog breeding is an industry and compare it to dairy, meat and eggs. This does not bode well for dogs. They are pets and the exploitation and abuse they have suffered for decades must be radically changed.

The following changes need to be made to the ‘Animal Welfare Regulations 2014’ if dogs on Welsh puppy farms are really to be protected.

1 A cap on the number of dogs in a breeding establishment, for example 40.

There are too many puppies being bred at the moment and the government’s enthusiasm to “meet the demand” is irresponsible.

2 The maximum number of litters for a female dog should be 4, not 6.

She’ll be easier to rehabilitate keeping in mind that she probably won’t have had any real-world experience. She will also be in better physical and mental health.

3 Exercise facilities must have access to large grassy areas.

If this is not provided, dogs will not have the ability to follow normal behavioral patterns. They can’t behave naturally on concrete all the time. There is no point in just placing a toy in an exercise run. The ones we saw are often surrounded by feces.

4 Staff to dog ratio should be 1 adult member to 10 dogs, not 20.

Bearing in mind that this is all for monetary gain, there could well be 10 litters or more, which means very little time for “socialization and improvement” programs. In reality dogs will have very little human contact, virtually no stimulation and an existence similar to intensive farming in agriculture. It’s a pointless exercise that continually stresses the importance of socialization and improvement with the ratio of 1 staff to 20 dogs, including puppies.

5 Revocation of License.

When a license is revoked for welfare reasons, all dogs must be taken to a safe place.

It may be worth considering that if a female pup is retained in kennels to become a brood female dog and one of her female puppies is retained for the same purpose, and so on, will subsequent generations lose slowly the attributes we associate with dogs, for example scent powers, loyalty and interactive social play. These females (as well as the breeders) will have only seen the puppy farm lifestyle and many traits in animals are subject to change by factors in their environment which, in the case of large-scale breeding scale, are not conducive to dogs and their natural behavioral patterns. Although they are unable to consent or deny our intrusions into their lives, it would be helpful to ask what they might say if they could. Our ethical relationship with them must be respectful and non-exploitative.

Please sign and be a voice for these dogs.

Libby Davies and Jean Steel

Why is this important?

It is widely believed that dogs have given humans so much pleasure. They have been our faithful companions for tens of thousands of years and for many people a world without dogs is unthinkable.

Jean Steel Libby Davies

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Rakshit Shetty’s tearful canine drama steals your heart https://club-fuer-molosser.net/rakshit-shettys-tearful-canine-drama-steals-your-heart/ Fri, 10 Jun 2022 08:36:25 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/rakshit-shettys-tearful-canine-drama-steals-your-heart/ Kiranraj K’s 777 Charlie makes you feel emotions you haven’t felt in a while and honestly, it’s a good feeling. The way she looks at Dharma with those big loving eyes will definitely melt your heart. She is all heart and she wants to love him unconditionally and expects nothing in return. It’s the best […]]]>

Kiranraj K’s 777 Charlie makes you feel emotions you haven’t felt in a while and honestly, it’s a good feeling.

The way she looks at Dharma with those big loving eyes will definitely melt your heart. She is all heart and she wants to love him unconditionally and expects nothing in return. It’s the best relationship anyone could ever dream of having and when Charlie enters the solitary life of Dharma, he doesn’t know how much his life will change. Or how much it will change.

If you think Charlie is human, well, you’re forgiven. He is a dog that is better than most humans. The film 777 Charlie revolves around it but teaches you more life lessons than you care to admit. Director K Kiranraj, who wrote and directed this story, focuses on the relationship between Charlie, a Labrador retriever, and Dharma, an introvert and loner, tried out by Kannada actor Rakshit Shetty.

As a dog lover, I know how energetic, playful and naughty dogs can be and Charlie is maybe a hundred times more so. When Dharma – who barely interacts with humans let alone dogs – agrees to babysit Charlie, he doesn’t realize his life is about to change. Her mess of a house becomes his playground and she goes on a rampage, forcing him to come home early from his job at the factory and spend more time with her. And that’s when the relationship between the two takes a turn for now Dharma has found someone to love with all his life. Dharma is ready to go to the ends of the earth for her when he discovers that she is having a health crisis.

777 Charlie is a moving film about two beings – a dog and a human – who embark on a journey of life together and become inseparable. The warm and emotional 165-minute drama is also filled with laughs, but it’s Charlie who is the queen of this film. She gave a better performance than most actors and without her this movie wouldn’t be what it is. His trainer Pramod BC deserves a lot of praise for his work. Rakshit Shetty is perfect as Dharma and tries out his character beautifully as the film progresses.

Sangeetha Sringeri plays an animal activist while Danish Sait is a journalist. Raj B Shetty is a veterinarian and Tamil actor Bobby Simha plays the owner of a stud farm. All provide strong support for protagonists Charlie and Dharma, but it’s our sweet dog that this film truly belongs to. Rakshit Shetty co-produced this movie with GS Gupta and for good reason too. The Kannada actor, who wanted to try out a new role in his career, paved the way for more emotional dramas involving pets and not just using them as screen distractions and cute toys.

Director Kiranraj K has written a story that touches your heart and makes you feel emotions you haven’t felt in a while and that’s a good feeling. But the film is not without flaws. It’s a bit slow and the road trip that Charlie and Dharma continue seems to meander a little too much before reaching their destination. The director may have tried a little too hard to pull the emotional strings and it gets a little tiresome. 777 Charliee is a tearful at the end of the day.

By the end of the movie, you’ll become a dog lover if you’re not one. The other advice I think this movie gives everyone is to adopt pets, don’t shop. The bottom line is that Charlie saves Dharma and I think we all need a Charlie in our lives to help us grow and become better people. Don’t miss this little gem of a movie!

Rating: 3.5/5

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Latha Srinivasan is a veteran journalist based in Chennai. His passion is entertainment, travel and dogs.

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Lightning strips home ice advantage from Rangers to edge closer to Stanley Cup Final berth https://club-fuer-molosser.net/lightning-strips-home-ice-advantage-from-rangers-to-edge-closer-to-stanley-cup-final-berth/ Fri, 10 Jun 2022 04:58:00 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/lightning-strips-home-ice-advantage-from-rangers-to-edge-closer-to-stanley-cup-final-berth/ “If there’s one sport where having home-court advantage doesn’t matter so much, it’s our sport.” —Jon Cooper, Tampa Bay Lightning Before the New York Rangers left Tampa, their early-series momentum a distant memory in what had suddenly turned into a best-of-three, they all cited home ice as a advantage. Madison Square Garden. In the world’s […]]]>

“If there’s one sport where having home-court advantage doesn’t matter so much, it’s our sport.” —Jon Cooper, Tampa Bay Lightning

Before the New York Rangers left Tampa, their early-series momentum a distant memory in what had suddenly turned into a best-of-three, they all cited home ice as a advantage.

Madison Square Garden.

In the world’s most famous arena, before the NHL’s most famous playoff fanbase, the Blueshirts had crushed their opponents to an 8-1 playoff record. Igor Shesterkin had been extinguished in the city that never sleeps. Stud center Mika Zibanejad had a six-game goal streak at home, and he wouldn’t be dealing with that annoying Anthony Cirelli chasing him all night.

Hiring Ranger Andrew Copp had already felt the influence of his new home. The last change would help, of course. Beer-drinking, chant-inventing supporters could pick them up if they stumbled, propel them higher if they got up. And then there was something psychological at play, a confidence woven into the darker sweaters.

“Home teams are supposed to win, in general,” Copp told reporters. “For some reason MSG has been a good home for us.”

They say no streak really starts until someone loses at home. So, with the Tampa Bay Lightning claiming a 3-1 win in enemy territory on Thursday, this streak could end on Saturday night.

If a noisy, star-studded barn wasn’t enough, Rangers got a boost with the return of not one but two healthy center players to their roster, Ryan Strome and Filip Chytil.

And a second jolt when hard-nosed defenseman Ryan Lindgren tossed a puck high against Andrei Vasilevskiy to give the home side a 1-0 lead halfway through the event.

Once again, Rangers seemed to be using their own barn to their advantage.

“How are we going to fight this?” Lightning coach Jon Cooper wondered. “Are we going to stick with what we know has worked? Will we be able to fight by checks? Will we be able to fight through the noise of the crowd? These are things that, if you want to win the Stanley Cup, you have to do.

“It’s going to take everything we have – and probably more – to win a game on the road.”

The champions cut through the noise and trampled through adversity, without breaking their game plan.

Remember, the Lightning didn’t have home ice in Rounds 1 and 2 either. They’re used to that.

“We knew it was going to be a low score grind game, and the team that continued to grind the most (would win),” Steven Stamkos said. “When you stick with it long enough, you’re usually rewarded.”

Defender Mikhail Sergachev tied the game at low cost with a blind wrist shot from the point that went through seven bodies from his blade to the net, the last belonging to Shesterkin.

Corey Perry was the last screen, an awkward and obnoxious mainstay right in Shesterkin’s line of sight.

“It’s about taking his eyes out. It’s about being there, but not in the blue,” Perry explained.

“As (the tournament) gets deeper, the goals are harder to hit. You have to work a little harder. It’s not always going to be those big passing plays. It’s going to be about rebounds or predictions, and those goals are scored right in front of the net, so someone has to go there.

“He’s an excellent goalkeeper. If he sees the puck, he will stop it.

The defensive struggle in Game 5 seemed to be heading into extra time until a second Sergachev shot into traffic (only six bodies this time) deflected Ondrej Palat’s leg for the winner with 110 seconds left.

“I don’t think I’ve experienced anything like this before,” Sergachev said, after his whole body shook with joy.

An empty net from Brandon Hagel sealed it.

“It doesn’t matter where we play,” said Tampa’s Victor Hedman. “If we play on a pond outside or at MSG, we want to win the game.”

Now the Lightning will take a 3-2 series lead and some stacked odds at Tampa Bay, back under those banners, with a chance to clinch their 11e consecutive series on Saturday.

Home ice will be in favor of Tampa. Same for math. Seventy-nine percent of teams that win Game 5 of a tied series continue to qualify.

But it is no longer a series of circuits.

“We’ve lost 3-2 in every series so far,” Copp said. “We have to have a level of desperation. I think the confidence of doing it before is bigger and better than having to do it again. I think there is belief in the room.

Fox’s Fast 5

• When was the last time two first draft picks dropped the gloves in a playoff game?

“That’s what great captains do,” Palat said. “And he is.”

• Brayden Point (lower body) missed their ninth game in a row. The plot will once again hover over the star center’s availability on Saturday for Game 6.

“We’re looking forward to it,” said teammate Ryan McDonagh. “You have to go out there and be efficient, not just go with the flow. This is playoff hockey. It’s different from the regular season. It’s faster, more intense.

“So you have to be honest with yourself and put yourself in a position to help the team, not hurt the team. And we trust Pointer.

• Ondrej Palat cleverly dodges a flying chicken wing from Jacob Trouba:

• Rangers have scored just four goals (and only one at even strength) on Vasilevskiy in this three-game losing streak.

• Lots of celebrity sightings.

NHL Awards host Kenan Thompson wore an OutKast jersey I’d love for Father’s Day, please.

And Rangers/Islanders fan Jimmy Fallon apparently eats hot dogs with the same vigor Lindgren eats pucks.

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Roanna is a real daisy as she can headline by two lengths https://club-fuer-molosser.net/roanna-is-a-real-daisy-as-she-can-headline-by-two-lengths/ Wed, 08 Jun 2022 01:00:00 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/roanna-is-a-real-daisy-as-she-can-headline-by-two-lengths/ THE KANASEF Unraced Final was decided at the Enniscorthy Greyhound Track on Sunday. And despite the bad weather, owners Adrian Maher and Robbie O’Neill of Co. Kildare were singing in the rain as their charge Roanna Daisy put in a fine run. She fought back after leading before being passed in the lower corners, but […]]]>

THE KANASEF Unraced Final was decided at the Enniscorthy Greyhound Track on Sunday.

And despite the bad weather, owners Adrian Maher and Robbie O’Neill of Co. Kildare were singing in the rain as their charge Roanna Daisy put in a fine run.

She fought back after leading before being passed in the lower corners, but came back to score well in the end, beating Antigua Grumpy by two lengths. Rays Boy did well to finish third after a late start. The winning time was 29.04 -0.20 slow.

Wicklow owners John Simpson and John Kavanagh have been enjoying a strong winning streak lately at Enniscorthy, and they continued their momentum last week with a winner on both nights.

They started race six on Monday with Donishall Pat riding an outstanding race to get up to win. Trailing last in the opening corner, Donishall was then checked not once but twice by the second corner and was well out of action by this point.

Trap four runner Lord Tell Me went ahead and looked home for all the money, only for Donishall to come from the clouds to storm the outside and get up to score with a neck of the first in a time of 29.75 -0.20 slow.

On Thursday, Simpson and Cherry Hinton of Kavanagh won the second race and this one also showed great determination.

She had to execute a strong opening turn on the inside to hold her position and as she headed into turn three she held her ground well on the inside again to gain control and pull out a clear winner at the end to complete another good week.

Owners John White and Tom Lambert and their trainer Joe Anglim enjoyed a nice double on the Thursday card.

Granard Thunder set the standard on the night, taking a clear three and a half length victory in race three in a fast 28.96 -0.20 slow, and things improved in race eight when No Filter completed the double.

Well out of his trap three draw, he led in the back and the handsome 77-pounder galloped to the line to hold off runner-up Snug Enough by a length and a half in a nice 29.19 -0.20 slow .

It was bad luck for Co. Wexford runners Ballinabola Evie and Ballinabola Ruby at Shelbourne Park in the Oaks as both failed to advance to the semi-finals.

However, both ladies did their owners proud nonetheless as Ruby won a round in a good time and Evie just missed winning a round, always a good thing to have on a resume as future brood prospects.

RESULTS AS OF MAY 30

First race, Welcome to the Enniscorthy track, A3, 525: 1, Seagrave Oscar (owner, Paula Dempsey, Enniscorthy), 28.96; 2, Dolls on fire, 29.24.

Race 2, Find us and follow us on social networks (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter), A8/10, 525: 1, Seamount Blue (owner, Eoin Mullins, Gorey), 29.50; 2, Lorenzo Gold and Carrigoe Roxi, 29.92.

Race 3, Kanasef Unraced semi-final, ON2/ON3, 525: 1, Antigua Grumpy (owner, Amanda Jeal, Exeter; trainer, Garry Dempsey, Enniscorthy), 28.95; 2, Best of China, 29.09; 3, Dream of Roanna, 29.44.

Fourth race, semi-final Kanasef Unraced, ON2/ON3, 525: 1, Rays Boy (owner, Maria Leacy, Enniscorthy; trainer, Patrick Whelan, Enniscorthy), 28.81; 2, Longslip Roger, 28.88; 3, Roanna Daisy, 28.93.

Fifth race, fundraising dates for 2022 are available, please contact the office, A7, 525: 1, Tomahurra Ruffle (owner, Oisín Kehoe; trainer, Donal Kehoe), 29.24; 2, Milltown legend, 29.29.

Sixth breed, Greyhounds are excellent pets, A6, 525: 1, Donishall Pat (owners, John Simpson and John Kavanagh, Co. Wicklow), 29.55; 2, Lord tell me, 29.57.

Race seven, #thisrunsdeep, A5, 525: 1, Brynoffa Spice (owner, Margaret Cullen, New Ross), 29.39; 2, Coach Jazz, 29.49.

Race eight, Good night and safe journey home, A3, 575: 1, Harriestown King (owners, Matthew Fanning and James Colfer, Co. Wexford), 31.47; 2, Bunlane Jumbo, 31.64.

JUNE 2 RESULTS

First race, Welcome to the Enniscorthy track, A1, 525: 1, Kiltrea Brandy (owner, John Doyle, Kiltrea, Enniscorthy), 28.84; 2, Greymore Gale, 29.05.

Race 2, Find us and follow us on social networks (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter), A8, 525: 1, Cherry Hinton (owners, John Simpson and John Kavanagh, Co. Wicklow), 29.68; 2, Pascali Rose, 30.10.

Race three, Bet on the Tote, A2: 1, Granard Thunder (owners, John White and Tom Lambert; trainer, Joe Anglim, Ballymitty), 28.76; 2, Ballybreen Storm, 29:00.

Race 4, Greyhounds are excellent pets, A6, 525: 1, St. Moling Lady (owners, Mark Jeffers and Mark Malone, Wexford; trainer, Nick Turner, Barntown), 29.61; 2, Nametab Saladin, 29.71.

Fifth race, Race on Sunday June 5 at 7:00 p.m., A5, 525: 1, Clunanna Cooper (owner, George Roche, Barntown), 29.31; 2, light stroke, 29.34.

Sixth run, #thisrunsdeep, A5, 525: 1, Packing Bullets (owner, Daniel Frayne, town of Wexford), 29.05; 2, Dalcash Dotcom, 29.19.

Seventh race, All practice must be booked through the office, A4, 525: 1, No Filter (owners, John White and Tom Lambert, Ballymitty; trainer, Joe Anglim), 28.99; 2, Swift Vanilla, 29.09.

Eighth race, Good night and safe journey home, A5/6, 575: 1, Icepop Eileen (owner, David O’Brien, Enniscorthy), 32.23; 2, Kerabellec Lil, 32.30.

JUNE 5 RESULTS

First race, Cushie Jet to Stud, A1, 525: 1, Elite Crystal (owners, Somemothersdohaveem Syndicate; trainer, Myles Roban, Enniscorthy), 28.67; 2, Brother Joe, 28.77.

Race two, Welcome to Enniscorthy Track, A6, 525: 1, Bog Cush Emma (owner, Tony Power, Waterford), 29.51; 2, Kozy Shanks, 29.56.

Race three, Find us and follow us on social networks (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter), A2, 525: 1, Seagrave Oscar (owner, Paula Dempsey, Enniscorthy), 28.72; 2, Out The Way, 28.82.

Race four, greyhounds make great pets, female dog breed, A3: 1, Rains Annabell (owners, Noel and Ben Freeman, Enniscorthy), 29.02; 2, Mikeys Central, 29.61.

Race five, Race every Monday and Thursday for summer months, A3, 525: 1, Coolnaboy Bob (owner, Seán Dempsey, Enniscorthy), 28.99; 2, Rusty Jem, 29.13.

Sixth race, book your dog fundraising party, A4, 525: 1, Tomahurra Field (coach, Donal Kehoe, Enniscorthy), 29.15; 2, Monagate, 29.18.

Race seven, Kanasef Unraced final, ON2/ON3, 525: 1, Roanna Daisy (owners, Adrian Maher and Robbie O’Neill, Co. Kildare), 28.84; 2, Antigua Grumpy, 28.98; 3, Rays Boy, 29.05.

Race eight, #thisrunsdeep, A4, 525: 1, Dano plane (owner, Daniel Frayne, town of Wexford), 28.92; 2, Rocket Murphys, 29.09.

Race nine, Good night and safe journey home, A2/3, 575: 1, Monbeg Zinzan (owner, Eamonn Doyle, Enniscorthy); 2, Léa Almighty.

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Skipton’s next sheepdog sale has a solid line-up https://club-fuer-molosser.net/skiptons-next-sheepdog-sale-has-a-solid-line-up/ Mon, 06 Jun 2022 09:58:07 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/skiptons-next-sheepdog-sale-has-a-solid-line-up/ An 89-person catalog entry for Skipton Auction Mart’s summer working sheepdog sale on Tuesday, June 14 – this is an online timed format with live auctions – includes 36 fully broken dogs, 30 partly broken and 23 unbroken dogs. There is a particularly strong Irish entry, complemented by others from across England, Wales and Scotland, […]]]>

An 89-person catalog entry for Skipton Auction Mart’s summer working sheepdog sale on Tuesday, June 14 – this is an online timed format with live auctions – includes 36 fully broken dogs, 30 partly broken and 23 unbroken dogs.

There is a particularly strong Irish entry, complemented by others from across England, Wales and Scotland, as well as the Isle of Man, plus four dogs from a handler in Finland .

Leading trainers and trials riders are represented again, including Welsh legend Kevin Evans, from Brecon, who has had such a big impact on live and online sales of Skipton sheepdogs in recent years, regularly topping the prizes sales with his own dogs, among them several at five-figure sales, some setting new world records, while others from his breeding in different hands who are also listed for sale have also achieved solid prices.

Kevin has two dogs born in early 2021 completely broken, the first a female dog of his own Derwen Doug, a European Nursery Champion and double Welsh and International Crossbreed Champion, and a full sister to a Welsh Nursery Champion. The female dog has puppies expected in July from a solid stallion.

The second is a son of his Welsh Royal Champion, Tanhill Glen, who continues to leave such a strong imprint on Evans’ breeding and previous top prizes at the North Yorkshire venue. Kevin also has a part broken dog in August 2021, still by Derwen Doug, while his father David offers a 12 week old unbroken red and white puppy by his son’s Red Spot.

From Northern Ireland, Seamus Gormley, of Kilcreen Sheep Dogs in County Derry, has a strong hand, including six six-month-old unbroken dogs from the same litter, plus a pair of completely broken dogs, plus a part broken. All are related to top-notch trial dogs, including champions.

Donal Mullaney, of Co. Donegal, who has sold promising young dogs to Skipton, some at world record prices, is represented by a ten-month-old unbroken son from Tanhill Glen, while locally interest swirls around three fully broken 2020 dogs from Oakworth dog handlers Philip Mellin and Atkins Sheepdogs.

Finland’s representative, Mustajoentie’s I Dodd has two fully broken entries, a 15 month old dog and a 2020 female dog, plus a pair of unbroken puppies from the same litter. All contain lines of proven breeding and test dogs from Evans.

Managing Director and Auctioneer of Skipton Auction Mart, Jeremy Eaton, said: “The power of the online auction system has been well illustrated in previous auctions by the fact that we have been able to match hounds from dog handlers domestic and foreign with buyers from all over the world.

“The upcoming sale again offers a comprehensive selection of fully broken, partially broken and unbroken dogs, both for farm work and as trial prospects, to suit all tastes and budgets.”

A sale catalog detailing all entries, their breeding and attribution, is available online under the “sale day” link at www.ccmauctions.com

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