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Old 12-15-2012, 09:09 PM   #1
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Default Best dog exercise EVER

My dog loves RC airplanes. Maybe it's because he's a border collie/lab mix, but he absolutely LOVES to chase RC airplanes. Note I say airplanes and not helicopters, and that is a good thing. He doesn't even chase ALL airplanes. He only really likes small electric ones. His favorite is my Parkzone P-47. This means I can run him absolutely ragged, and he ignores me the rest of the night!

I'm glad he ignores helicopters and large airplanes because any of these could seriously hurt him. I've full-up rammed him with the P-47 and it doesn't hurt him one bit because it's just a lightweight foam toy. The helicopters and big planes pose a potential for injury, so I'm glad he wants nothing to do with them.

My dog is the unofficial mascot of my club because of his antics and his good nature. And the best part: He's well exercised and will be ready for more tomorrow!

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Old 12-16-2012, 12:38 AM   #2
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Haha, that's awesome. Unfortunately where I live I am only able to keep 2 cats and all they seem to be interested in is plotting my death.
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Old 12-17-2012, 06:05 PM   #4
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I'm staying on Randolph AFB right now. I figured I'd get a quick flight in after work to run the dog a bit, so I grabbed my Parkzone P-47 and flew it for him. I was about 200 yards from the East control tower of the field, and my north turn point was right over the USAF's UAV schoolhouse.

I thought the field was closed, since it was right at sunset...... well about 5 minutes after I landed a T-1 came in and landed, so OOPS! No worries, the cops never showed up, and I don't think it would have been a problem anyway since I stayed below treetop level anyway!
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Know the difference between your spouse/significant other and your dog. Lock them both in the trunk of your car. Come back three hours later. Open it and see which one is happy to see you.
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