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Family Comes Home To Find Their Dog Missing And A Note On The Door
https://www.thedodo.com/dog-pit-bull-belfast-bsl-1929874460.html


Leonard Collins and partner Joanne Meadows have started an online campaign to save their two-year-old dog Hank from being destroyed
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Save Hank
https://www.facebook.com/savehank/

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PETITION
https://www.change.org/p/belfast-save-hank
Leonard Collins and partner Joanne Meadows have started an online campaign to save their two-year-old dog Hank from being destroyed
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21 Things Your Competitors Know About Remote Teams (and You Should, Too!)

Many founders and CEOs have a hard time recruiting and managing remote teams. Are you one of them?

Remote workers are 13% more productive. They take fewer sick leaves and are 76% more loyal to their company. It’s no surprise then, that remote work grew by nearly 80% from 2005 to 2012.

Recruiting people to work remotely has another advantage: It allows you to hire the best talent in the world — literally.

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Remote teams are 13% more productive, take fewer sick leaves and are 76% more loyal. Don't miss out on these advatages. Learn how to manage remotely.
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I seem to have been having an issue with the weather and player controls appearing incorrectly after a reboot. I am using a Pinkmotion wallpaper that I modified the background image and some minor tweaks. After a reboot, the icons appear as letters (variables in the wallpaper script). If I re-apply the exported zip, the issue persists, however if I set the original Pinkmotion wallpaper, it works fine. I can then load the exported wallpaper over the original and it works. I need to do this after every reboot.

Are the exports dependent on the original? If so, is there a way to automatically load the original before applying the exported zip?

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Communication begins with understanding. If you want to build a better relationship with your dog, you can start by working to understand the meaning and causes behind some of her most common dog behaviors. Here is a list of common dog behaviors and what they mean.
Panting
Because dogs sweat through the pads on their feet, most of their body heat is expelled through their mouth when they pant. It's their primary means of regulating body temperature. Dogs also pant to cope with pain.
Dog Barking
In nature, dogs bark to raise an alarm at the first signs of possible danger or to herald a new arrival. Barking is an important means of canine communication. See What your dog's bark is telling you.
Dog Chewing
Just as a growing child, your dog will want to chew on toys and other objects to relieve the pain of a new set of teeth coming in. If your dog is full grown, you may also come home to find your couch cushions or favorite pair of shoes ripped to shreds, but it is not because they enjoy the taste. Your dog could be exhibiting signs of separation anxiety or anxiety in general. See 5 steps to correct inappropriate dog chewing.
Digging
Digging is an instinctual activity, written deep in a dog's DNA. It is especially strong in terrier breeds. Dogs in natural packs will dig to hide food or to uncover food such as small rodents. A den dug in the cool earth can also provide shelter from the heat. See Cesar's dog training advice on how to get dogs to stop digging.
Jumping up
Though it may seem like play behavior, or an enthusiastic greeting, jumping up is a sign that your dog is attempting to assert her dominance over you. By encouraging jumping up with affection, you are reinforcing the behavior. See Cesar's training video on how to deal with dogs jumping when excited.
Dog biting
A dog will bite a person as a way of communicating their current state of mind. The dog could be reacting in aggression, fear or nervousness. There are, however, ways to prevent a dog bite from ever happening if you stay in tune to the dog’s body language. See Dog bites 101: Why bites happen and how to prevent them.
Separation anxiety
Dogs live and travel in packs, so it's natural for them to feel anxious when they are separated from their pack-mates. Try taking your dog on a nice, long walk before leaving her alone in the house. Leaving her in resting mode can calm her anxiety.
Once you understand these behaviors, you'll be better equipped to recognize when your pack's needs are not being met! When your dog's needs go unfulfilled, unwanted behaviors begin to emerge. Consider: Are you giving Exercise, Discipline, then Affection?
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Remote workers are 13% more productive. They take fewer sick leaves and are 76% more loyal to their company.
 
 
21 Things Your Competitors Know About Remote Teams (and You Should, Too!)

Many founders and CEOs have a hard time recruiting and managing remote teams. Are you one of them?

Remote workers are 13% more productive. They take fewer sick leaves and are 76% more loyal to their company. It’s no surprise then, that remote work grew by nearly 80% from 2005 to 2012.

Recruiting people to work remotely has another advantage: It allows you to hire the best talent in the world — literally.

#employment   #entrepreneur   #entrepreneurship  
Remote teams are 13% more productive, take fewer sick leaves and are 76% more loyal. Don't miss out on these advatages. Learn how to manage remotely.
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I wouldn't recommend this place to my enemy. Or maybe only my enemy. I came in with a serious dog bite and fracture on my arm. I was in pain and bleeding. Check-in receptionist was quite unpleasant and told me that my insurance won't cover it and I need to go through worker's comp, because it occurred during the work day. No one wanted to help and just instructed that I verify with my insurance company. Ended up calling the insurance company and waited on hold to speak to a rep, who was quite surprised at the response I received, since it was not related to my job. After all of that, I went back in and told them it will be covered at which time I was told that they can only see me on Monday (this was on Friday before 4PM). Keep in mind, I'm still bleeding and in pain this whole time. They don't care about you. They just see you as an ATM. DON'T GO HERE, OR THEY'LL LEAVE YOU TO DIE! I'm actually glad I did not get treatment there, but hopefully this review will help someone. This was the worst experience!
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Top sales and service in NJ. Ray's name is synonymous with luxury and great service and it's not an exaggeration. The showroom is truly classy and the sales methods are not pushy. Some sales guys are not as good as others, but my recent sales person, Yan Rozman was outstanding. The service department is very accommodating.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
A co-worker recommended this place a little while back. I tried it once for delivery and the the most recent time was a take our order. The take out order took a bit longer than I was initially told on the phone, but the food is fresh and the ingredients taste great. The food is a bit on the expensive side and for the money should at least include some fries/chips with a sandwich and/or wrap. Two lunches (the works cheese steak) and 1 order of fries is just over $27 - and is on the higher end of the spectrum.
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
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Restaurant is pretty good. Hotel seems dated, but lobby is updated and trendy.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Obnoxious/arrogant sales guys, though the manager and others appeared to be more helpful. One guy was just completely out of line and yells out customers personal information as if other patrons need to hear the home address and other details on firearm application. Then he loudly yells out critiquing the need to take apart a firearm for cleaning, yelling out "why would you need to take it apart! You will never need to take it apart!" while looking around the kiosk as if I am an idiot who asked a dumb question. Shows how much he knows. I was humiliated and will NEVER come here for anything. Why would anyone want to buy a weapon from arrogant and ignorant staff? Ended up going to a gun shop and had a completely different experience.
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
My family and I visited several shelters before adopting and we can honestly say that this place is all about the animals. The Madison location in particular is a campus. The cats are free roaming in the staged rooms and each dog has a door to go out to the yard from their stall. It's really incredible. There is a shop and a training facility.You can clearly see the staff bonds with the animals. The adoption process is simple and they are open 7 days a week.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago