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May 23, 2008

FUN READ

Cadaver Dog Handbook

(Thanks to Claire Martin, who says credit goes to Jennifer Martin)

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You would have had to post this AFTER Mother's day. I hope I remember for next yera.

I want the hat! (Scroll down for fun Cadaver-dog merchandise!)

"cadaver scent and decomposition" has been historically underexplored by standard curricula.

You think? We had to take freshman decomposition.

...training the cadaver dog, how to do a search on land and on water, and testifying in court.
"Do you solemnly swear to tell the whole truth and nothing but the truth?"
"Arf!"

well this isn't what i expected at all. let me know when someone finds the handbook relating what to do with the dog when it becomes a cadaver. a cookbook perhaps....

Cadaver Dog Store. Cadaver Dog Store?

well this isn't what i expected at all. let me know when someone finds the handbook relating what to do with the dog when it becomes a cadaver. a cookbook perhaps....

Posted by: crossgirl | 01:50 PM on May 23, 2008

Hot dogs! Get your Conie Island Hot dogs right here!

I think I'll pass on that particular strumpeting tour.

Ms. Martin has slipped up. The contribution regarding bedding 'puking woman' was far superior in content.

I know the police need their help and I'm sure they earn their kibble, but I wince every time someone on "Cops" says they're gonna bring in the "canine dogs" ... !

Heard on Cops last evening. "Other than lack of intelligence, he did nothing wrong."

There's no need to fear, Cadaver Dog is here.

When criminals in this world appear,
And break the laws that they should fear,
And frighten all who see or hear,
The cry goes up both far and near for
Cadaver Dog,
Cadaver Dog,
Cadaver Dog,
Cadaver Dog.

Speed of lightning, roar of thunder,
Dig you out from six feet under
Cadaver Dog, Cadaver Dog.

When in this world the headlines read
Of those whose hearts are filled with greed
And leave the corpses in the weeds
To right this wrong with blinding speed goes
Cadaver Dog,
Cadaver Dog,
Cadaver Dog,
Cadaver Dog.

Speed of lightning, roar of thunder,
Dig you out from six feet under
Cadaver Dog, Cadaver Dog!

They aren't yelling for "canine dogs", they're yelling for "K-9 dogs".

*SNORK!*@ Sweet Polly PureCat

Claire has an assistant? Really, I look forward to her (their) contributions.

...aahhh, now that expalins the dogs around the whenever my wife cooks meatloaf.

Who gets to be the training volunteer cadaver??

I nominate G W Bush, he'll be needing a job soon.

Punkin... I think they will like Obama better. Everyone knows that dogs like fresh dark meat better.

...wait, did I say that out loud?

i suppose it's better than a cadaver dog handbag.

I trained my dogs to the 'search' command. They know it means food has been spilled and won't stop until it's recovered. So if anyone dies, we can find them, as long as they're wearing a cookie.

Punkin', Texas, go to your cubicles!

The book is conveniently located at many colleges and universities across the country, should you want to try to teach your dog a new trick in the time frame permitted in borrowing a book on interlibrary loan.

CJ...I AM in my cubicle...the walls...they're closing in.

You gotta click on the Articles section. Classic!

big *snork* @ Cat for "Cadaver Dog."

big *snork* @ Cat for "Cadaver Dog."

I won't promise that you'll learn how to teach your dog new tricks, but you may learn a thing or two to teach your wife or girlfriend if you read Guy Talk, Girl Talk by Sal Marino. You can read a sample chapter at www.salmarinoauthor.com, then decide if you can teach your "pet" some new tricks. I bet you'll have some fun...

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