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Like most mammals, dogs have only two types of cone photoreceptor, making them . These are maximally sensitive between 429 nm and 555 nm. Behavioural studies have shown that the dog's visual world consists of yellows, blues and grays, but they have difficulty differentiating red and green making their color vision equivalent to red–green in humans (deuteranopia). When a human perceives an object as "red," this object appears as "yellow" to the dog and the human perception of "green" appears as "white," a shade of gray. This white region (the neutral point) occurs around 480 nm, the part of the spectrum which appears blue-green to humans. For dogs, wavelengths longer than the neutral point cannot be distinguished from each other and all appear as yellow.
Dogs are highly variable in height and weight. The smallest known adult dog was a that stood only 6.3 cm (2.5 in) at the shoulder, 9.5 cm (3.7 in) in length along the head and body, and weighed only 113 grams (4.0 oz). The largest known adult dog was an which weighed 155.6 kg (343 lb) and was 250 cm (98 in) from the snout to the tail. The tallest known adult dog is a that stands 106.7 cm (42.0 in) at the shoulder.
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We would like to welcome you and your pet to our pet grooming facility. Tammy Kendal is the owner. She has over 13 years of professional dog grooming experience. Our facility is non-smoking, very clean, and very quite. We strive to create a quite, non-stress environment for our 4 legged customers.
We exercise extra patience with our customers,especially our older dogs and puppies. We offer all breed grooming in a safe environment. We strive to make our facility your pets, "Home away from Home."
We can provide you with any specialty or custom-designed clip you may want for your pet. We provide dog grooming for all breeds and all sizes. Before you leave, get a special treat for your pet, from our next door neighbor: . They create delicious Dog Bakery Treats. Flyball races match two teams of four dogs each, racing side-by-side over a 51 foot long course. Each dog must run in relay fashion down the jumps, trigger a flyball box, releasing the ball, retrieve the ball, and return over the jumps. The next dog is released to run the course but can't cross the start/finish line until the previous dog has returned over all 4 jumps and reached the start/finish line. The first team to have all 4 dogs finish the course without error wins the heat.The North American Flyball Association, Inc. (NAFA®) was established in 1984, when 12 flyball clubs in Michigan and Ontario banded together to guide the development of flyball in North America. Today, with over 400 active clubs and 6,500 competing dogs, NAFA is recognized as the world's leading authority on flyball and the sport's top sanctioning organization. NAFA is a nonprofit organization.
I hope you will join us at our 20th annual “All About The Dogs” 4-H Dog Weekend. Our goal is to provide a great fun filled canine training/themed weekend for 4-H children enrolled in the 4-H Dog Program or children interested in joining. We want to give an opportunity to learn new things, meet new people, visit old friends, get ready for the upcoming 4-H show season, and of course, have FUN with our dogs. We hope to expose the participants to activities and trainings seminars that they might not have the opportunity to see and experience through their local 4-H group. We have had, and hope to continue to have, 4-Hers from all over New England come to this weekend.
It does not matter if you are 1st year participant or an experienced 4-Her in the dog program, we have activities for everyone. This weekend is run entirely run by volunteers who donate their time. We are very fortunate that we have had the support of many canine fanciers including 4-H Alumni, parents, professionals in specific canine-related fields, and 4-H leaders, all helping to make this weekend successful. This event is organized and run by the Rolling Bones 4-H club and we are very excited about another fun weekend! Please read through the information packet carefully some things have been added and changed from previous years. Make sure you read the information packet in it's entirety, as there are new rules and information that might apply to you.
We look forward to seeing you all. Your participation is key to the success of this weekend.
Sincerely, Your Weekend Director Danielle Furness 4-H Alumni and Rolling Bones 4-H leader