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Health officials encourage safe <b>swimming</b> this summer

Swimming Google Alert - Wed, 05/23/2018 - 23:15
The CDC advises that anyone going into the water have basic swimming skills and that children be supervised in and near water. Children should ...
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NPR Says Accusations Against Another Olympic <b>Swim</b> Coach Coming

Swimming Google Alert - Wed, 05/23/2018 - 18:23
NPR's Up First podcast touched on Ariana Kukors' civil lawsuit filed against USA Swimming, among others, and the congressional hearings including ...
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Spike in illnesses has health officials warning of precautions at <b>swimming</b> pools

Swimming Google Alert - Wed, 05/23/2018 - 18:11
Pool season is back, but a spike in illnesses has health officials saying you need to protect yourself and your children before taking a dip, especially at ...
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I am starting to see that I hardly feel anything anymore, no highs and no lows, but I want to feel passionately again. I try a lot and do things to feel, but nothing really works.

Swimming Reddit - Wed, 05/23/2018 - 17:45

I used to be depressed when I was achieving things. I completed my bachelor and master's degree whilst feeling out of control with my emotions and hardly understanding my feelings of emptiness, and I completed them with good grades, somehow. I did volunteering work at a local mental health organisation whilst studying, and I worked as a psychologist research assistant after my master's. Even though I was down, I had desires, dreams, ambitions- and they were my own, not influenced by my family or peers. Now I don't have those things- I don't care to strive for anything.

After working for a few years at 3 different places, I decided to take on a second post-grad 2.5 years ago, but had 0 motivation and it was bringing me down that I couldn't push through, like a dark cloud over my head. It wasn't hard; I found the course almost annoyingly easy, I was just not engaged at all. When motivated myself enough to turn in a paper, I would get very high marks, even though I would leave it to the last minute to write it up. I stopped caring about everything. I couldn't actualise all these things I thought I wanted to do anymore. I was later diagnosed with severe inattentive type ADHD- at the age of 30, after 2 years of weekly CBT, they realised it was more than depression when treatment wasn't working. 6 months later, I decided to take an interruption of studies last September, because I didn't want to waste any more time and money on something that I couldn't motivate myself to do. I plan on returning in September, and I'm 8 months into my break.

After taking the break, I felt relief and I felt free. At first the opinions of my friends and family bothered me, as they questioned me on when I was going to get my life back on track. I was angry and at the same time I looked down on them for not seeing that my mental health was more important, and I felt like their concerns were more about status rather than on personal wellbeing. I also felt that they were a bit envious, as their remarks could sometimes edge on maliciousness hidden behind jokes, and the reason being that I am financially self sufficient as I have an income from a property that I own, and it doesn't really impact me to take a year off for myself. Even if I don't have a high income (I have €350 a month left after rent, I also have decent savings from my work before as backup), I get by quite comfortably and can afford to go to music concerts and a couple of short budget trips abroad (I live in Europe and it's cheap to travel to close countries), as I don't really like to spend a lot of money on materialistic things like items/clothes or on alcohol and eating out. I cycle as transport, and I live in a houseshare with 4 others in the city centre. I also go to free events/exhibitions and spend time in nature. I'm basically frugal. For this reason, they like to tell me that I'm doing nothing worthy with my days. After a few months, I started to accept that their comments only annoyed me if I allowed it, and I moved on from caring and focused on how I was feeling when they didn't make me feel guilty over my decision. I started to feel very neutral about things, and it was a great relief.

The thing is that after 8 months of taking a break, I don't feel depressed anymore, but I also don't feel happiness. I feel neural, all the time, and not in a good way- I don't feel numb, I don't feel content, I don't feel anxious, I don't feel sad, I don't feel happy. I question my own existence all the time. I don't want a relationship; I don't want closeness and I don't really think about sex. I'm attractive and several men I know are interested and I get approached, but I don't even have a sex drive, and I don't feel lonely at all. I don't want children- because I wish I was not conceived and brought into this world. I feel like there is nothing that I want from life that could give me feel like it's all worth it. I worked for years with refugees, I worked in community outreach with vulnerable people and I studied psychology because I want to help people, so although these things made me feel like I had purpose before, I don't feel it anymore and I feel disillusioned by life. I don't feel suicidal, either. I feel like I'll just go on living, but no matter what I do, I can't escape how ultimately meaningless it all is.

I don't think I have felt happy for years, except now that I don't have that dark cloud from uni or from other people's opinions, I don't feel down anymore either. I fill my days with simple activities, instead of being inactive all day; I cook all my meals (I'm a veggie and I keep it healthy and simple) that I take the time to eat. I practice yoga and workout or go swimming several times a week. I read books, fiction and non-fiction on psychology/philosophy/politics. I go to philosophy cafes twice a month every other Friday (also I've been self-teach philosophy for 4 years). I go to free art exhibitions and cultural festivals at least once a month. Take part in hobbies. I spend time with family, especially my little nieces whom I care deeply for and I help out my elderly parents as much as I can (their gardening, fixes around the house, take them to all their medical appointments, go to cafes with them, make sure they're reading/keeping active). Still, the love I feel doesn't seem to be enough for me to feel fulfilled- I am still mostly dispassionate.

What is this? Is there a "cure"?

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I am starting to see that I hardly feel anything anymore, no highs and no lows, but I want to feel passionately again. I try a lot and do things to feel, but nothing really works.

Swimming Reddit - Wed, 05/23/2018 - 17:38

I used to be depressed when I was achieving things. I completed my bachelor and master's degree whilst feeling out of control with my emotions and hardly understanding my feelings of emptiness, and I completed them with good grades, somehow. I did volunteering work at a local mental health organisation whilst studying, and I worked as a psychologist research assistant after my master's. Even though I was down, I had desires, dreams, ambitions- and they were my own, not influenced by my family or peers. Now I don't have those things- I don't care to strive for anything.

After working for a few years at 3 different places, I decided to take on a second post-grad 2.5 years ago, but had 0 motivation and it was bringing me down that I couldn't push through, like a dark cloud over my head. It wasn't hard; I found the course almost annoyingly easy, I was just not engaged at all. When motivated myself enough to turn in a paper, I would get very high marks, even though I would leave it to the last minute to write it up. I stopped caring about everything. I couldn't actualise all these things I thought I wanted to do anymore. I was later diagnosed with severe inattentive type ADHD- at the age of 30, after 2 years of weekly CBT, they realised it was more than depression when treatment wasn't working. 6 months later, I decided to take an interruption of studies last September, because I didn't want to waste any more time and money on something that I couldn't motivate myself to do. I plan on returning in September, and I'm 8 months into my break.

After taking the break, I felt relief and I felt free. At first the opinions of my friends and family bothered me, as they questioned me on when I was going to get my life back on track. I was angry and at the same time I looked down on them for not seeing that my mental health was more important, and I felt like their concerns were more about status rather than on personal wellbeing. I also felt that they were a bit envious, as their remarks could sometimes edge on maliciousness hidden behind jokes, and the reason being that I am financially self sufficient as I have an income from a property that I own, and it doesn't really impact me to take a year off for myself. Even if I don't have a high income (I have €350 a month left after rent, I also have decent savings from my work before as backup), I get by quite comfortably and can afford to go to music concerts and a couple of short budget trips abroad (I live in Europe and it's cheap to travel to close countries), as I don't really like to spend a lot of money on materialistic things like items/clothes or on alcohol and eating out. I cycle as transport, and I live in a houseshare with 4 others in the city centre. I also go to free events/exhibitions and spend time in nature. I'm basically frugal. For this reason, they like to tell me that I'm doing nothing worthy with my days. After a few months, I started to accept that their comments only annoyed me if I allowed it, and I moved on from caring and focused on how I was feeling when they didn't make me feel guilty over my decision. I started to feel very neutral about things, and it was a great relief.

The thing is that after 8 months of taking a break, I don't feel depressed anymore, but I also don't feel happiness. I feel neural, all the time, and not in a good way- I don't feel numb, I don't feel content, I don't feel anxious, I don't feel sad, I don't feel happy. I question my own existence all the time. I don't want a relationship; I don't want closeness and I don't really think about sex. I'm attractive and several men I know are interested and I get approached, but I don't even have a sex drive, and I don't feel lonely at all. I don't want children- because I wish I was not conceived and brought into this world. I feel like there is nothing that I want from life that could give me feel like it's all worth it. I worked for years with refugees, I worked in community outreach with vulnerable people and I studied psychology because I want to help people, so although these things made me feel like I had purpose before, I don't feel it anymore and I feel disillusioned by life. I don't feel suicidal, either. I feel like I'll just go on living, but no matter what I do, I can't escape how ultimately meaningless it all is.

I don't think I have felt happy for years, except now that I don't have that dark cloud from uni or from other people's opinions, I don't feel down anymore either. I fill my days with simple activities, instead of being inactive all day; I cook all my meals (I'm a veggie and I keep it healthy and simple) that I take the time to eat. I practice yoga and workout or go swimming several times a week. I read books, fiction and non-fiction on psychology/philosophy/politics. I go to philosophy cafes twice a month every other Friday (also I've been self-teach philosophy for 4 years). I go to free art exhibitions and cultural festivals at least once a month. Take part in hobbies. I spend time with family, especially my little nieces whom I care deeply for and I help out my elderly parents as much as I can (their gardening, fixes around the house, take them to all their medical appointments, go to cafes with them, make sure they're reading/keeping active). Still, the love I feel doesn't seem to be enough for me to feel fulfilled- I am still mostly dispassionate.

What is this? Is there a "cure"?

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Nobody to shoot at in the final End Zone

Swimming Reddit - Wed, 05/23/2018 - 17:32

For the 3rd time today, I'm making it to the final end zone (the one before it completely closes down) only to find out that I'm the only guy in the circle. I've thoroughly checked the circle in each instance and can confirm that there was no player inside it besides me or my teammates.

Either there's a guy with an inventory full of First Aid Kits and Painkillers or the glitch that makes players swim under the map is becoming more common. Personally I believe it's the latter and there's some poor soul trapped under the map who always ends up dying when the zone closes in for the last time as he can't heal while swimming.

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Looking for somewhere to swim and cool off near Harper’s Ferry WV

Swimming Reddit - Wed, 05/23/2018 - 17:31

Hey y’all. I’m visiting Harper’s Ferry with my girlfriend and some friends from Pittsburgh and we’re looking for a place to swim this weekend. All the swimming holes and cliffs etc... in WV seem quite distant from Harper’s Ferry. Anyone have any ideas for us? Thanks! Also, if anyone wants to meet up for a drink this weekend (near Harper’s Ferry) let me know :)

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I am starting to see that I hardly feel anything anymore, no highs and no lows, but I want to feel passionately again. I try a lot and do things to feel, but nothing really works.

Swimming Reddit - Wed, 05/23/2018 - 17:12

I used to be depressed when I was achieving things. I completed my bachelor and master's degree whilst feeling out of control with my emotions and hardly understanding my feelings of emptiness, and I completed them with good grades, somehow. I did volunteering work at a local mental health organisation whilst studying, and I worked as a psychologist research assistant after my master's. Even though I was down, I had desires, dreams, ambitions- and they were my own, not influenced by my family or peers. Now I don't have those things- I don't care to strive for anything.

After working for a few years at 3 different places, I decided to take on a second post-grad 2.5 years ago, but had 0 motivation and it was bringing me down that I couldn't push through, like a dark cloud over my head. It wasn't hard; I found the course almost annoyingly easy, I was just not engaged at all. When motivated myself enough to turn in a paper, I would get very high marks, even though I would leave it to the last minute to write it up. I stopped caring about everything. I couldn't actualise all these things I thought I wanted to do anymore. I was later diagnosed with severe inattentive type ADHD- at the age of 30, after 2 years of weekly CBT, they realised it was more than depression when treatment wasn't working. 6 months later, I decided to take an interruption of studies last September, because I didn't want to waste any more time and money on something that I couldn't motivate myself to do. I plan on returning in September, and I'm 8 months into my break.

After taking the break, I felt relief and I felt free. At first the opinions of my friends and family bothered me, as they questioned me on when I was going to get my life back on track. I was angry and at the same time I looked down on them for not seeing that my mental health was more important, and I felt like their concerns were more about status rather than on personal wellbeing. I also felt that they were a bit envious, as their remarks could sometimes edge on maliciousness hidden behind jokes, and the reason being that I am financially self sufficient as I have an income from a property that I own, and it doesn't really impact me to take a year off for myself. Even if I don't have a high income (I have €350 a month left after rent, I also have decent savings from my work before as backup), I get by quite comfortably and can afford to go to music concerts and a couple of short budget trips abroad (I live in Europe and it's cheap to travel to close countries), as I don't really like to spend a lot of money on materialistic things like items/clothes or on alcohol and eating out. I cycle as transport, and I live in a houseshare with 4 others in the city centre. I also go to free events/exhibitions and spend time in nature. I'm basically frugal. For this reason, they like to tell me that I'm doing nothing worthy with my days. After a few months, I started to accept that their comments only annoyed me if I allowed it, and I moved on from caring and focused on how I was feeling when they didn't make me feel guilty over my decision. I started to feel very neutral about things, and it was a great relief.

The thing is that after 8 months of taking a break, I don't feel depressed anymore, but I also don't feel happiness. I feel neural, all the time, and not in a good way- I don't feel numb, I don't feel content, I don't feel anxious, I don't feel sad, I don't feel happy. I question my own existence all the time. I don't want a relationship; I don't want closeness and I don't really think about sex. I'm attractive and several men I know are interested and I get approached, but I don't even have a sex drive, and I don't feel lonely at all. I don't want children- because I wish I was not conceived and brought into this world. I feel like there is nothing that I want from life that could give me feel like it's all worth it. I worked for years with refugees, I worked in community outreach with vulnerable people and I studied psychology because I want to help people, so although these things made me feel like I had purpose before, I don't feel it anymore and I feel disillusioned by life. I don't feel suicidal, either. I feel like I'll just go on living, but no matter what I do, I can't escape how ultimately meaningless it all is.

I don't think I have felt happy for years, except now that I don't have that dark cloud from uni or from other people's opinions, I don't feel down anymore either. I fill my days with simple activities, instead of being inactive all day; I cook all my meals (I'm a veggie and I keep it healthy and simple) that I take the time to eat. I practice yoga and workout or go swimming several times a week. I read books, fiction and non-fiction on psychology/philosophy/politics. I go to philosophy cafes twice a month every other Friday (also I've been self-teach philosophy for 4 years). I go to free art exhibitions and cultural festivals at least once a month. Take part in hobbies. I spend time with family, especially my little nieces whom I care deeply for and I help out my elderly parents as much as I can (their gardening, fixes around the house, take them to all their medical appointments, go to cafes with them, make sure they're reading/keeping active). Still, the love I feel doesn't seem to be enough for me to feel fulfilled- I am still mostly dispassionate.

What is this? Is there a "cure"?

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[Measurement Check] Currently a 36B... calculator said 32G/H

Swimming Reddit - Wed, 05/23/2018 - 16:42

As title says, I used the recommended calculator and it said I would be a 32G/H. This just seems too small of a band and too large of a cup size for me.

Measurements: Loose under bust- 33 inches Snug under bust- 32 inches Tight under bust- 29.5 inches Standing bust- 38 inches 90 degree angle bust- 40 inches Laying bust- 39.5 inches

If it helps I’m 6’ 1” and have very broad shoulders from swimming. My current bra size is 36B. It seems to fit well but there is indentations on my chest/back/shoulders when I take it off at the end of the day.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Edit: I’m also about 170 lbs so not overweight, but not stick skinny either.

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Make sure your kids are safe while <b>swimming</b> this summer

Swimming Google Alert - Wed, 05/23/2018 - 16:30
ROANOKE COUNTY, Va. - We're just a few days from the unofficial start of summer. That means more people will be trying to cool off in the lake, pool ...
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Ocean City Beach Patrol offers <b>swimming</b> safety tips

Swimming Google Alert - Wed, 05/23/2018 - 16:30
OCEAN CITY, Md. - Staying on the beach, Memorial day is quickly approaching, which means thousands of people will be hitting the beach this ...
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Are all Swim shampoos and body washes made by pretentious vegan companies?

Swimming Reddit - Wed, 05/23/2018 - 16:28

I've been trying to get back into swimming for the last 2 months and the one thing that I can't get rid of is chlorine in my hair and on my skin. I've scouted Amazon for days but can't find a no-BS product which simply gets rid of that stuff off my body. I would appreciate people's tips on what products they use, and their opinion on why the premium on those product is worth it.

Thank you!

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[help] My dog won't go outside without me.

Swimming Reddit - Wed, 05/23/2018 - 16:19

I didn't know if I should tag this as help or discussion as I don't think it's a problem but I wanted other people's perspective if it is.

My one year old golden retriever has a fenced backyard but he refuses to go outside or out the door unless I go out with him. I don't really want him out there alone anyway but he won't even go out to use the bathroom alone. My coworker says that that behavior seems like a problem.

He gets a ton of exercise, at least two hours a day. We don't really use the backyard much except for potty breaks and some training outdoors. Sometimes we will play in the middle pool or with toys but the majority of his exercise is offleash in a park next to my house and daily swimming.

Does anyone else's dog have this behavior? He's not necessarily a Velcro dog. He doesn't cuddle with us or sleep with us or even really hang out on the couch with us but he does love interacting with us. He likes to be in the same room etc. if we are in the same room and not actively paying attention to him, he will play with his toys and chew on some chews and is content entertaining himself. If we aren't home and he's alone he doesn't do anything (I have a camera to monitor him and he goes out to a dog park while I'm at work with his dog walker so he's not home alone too long).

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VR Legs (Learning how to not get car sick)

Swimming Reddit - Wed, 05/23/2018 - 16:14

In VR subreddits such as this one, it is common to hear the term VR legs. I have long assumed this term meant that over a period of time, possibly weeks of using VR, you would simply slowly lose you nausea. This may in fact still be the case, but I have discovered while playing skyrim a VR viewing etiquette that vastly improves how likely I am to get sick.

You should treat your time in your headset as if you are a passenger in a moving car.

If your character is standing still (no movement), the passenger of a car can look in any direction without causing nausea.

If your character is moving (Walking, Running, Swimming, Riding a Horse, Jumping, Falling ect.), you must look in the direction of movement in the same way a passenger should look out the front window of a moving car. Failure to do so will very quickly, but not immediately bring on nausea. A passenger can quickly glance of the direction of movement, but knows to return to the direction of motion quickly.

Being in Skyrim and using these techniques has completely removed the nausea the game initially created.

TLDR: You should treat your time in your headset as if you are a passenger in a moving car, looking in the direction of motion.

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[Breeds] Young couple (26y) seek breed for City and apartment life.

Swimming Reddit - Wed, 05/23/2018 - 16:13

Introduction

1) Will this be your first dog? If not, what experience do you have owning/training dogs?

  • No.

It will be my first time having a dog in about 5 years though. I've grown up around dogs, and had my own dog that I raised from puppy until he passed away. Growing up we had primarily labradors/lab mixes and one mini Schnauzer. That being said, we also fostered a few pit puppies, a cairn terrier, Weimaraner and an Australian Sheppard. I have experience with both male and female dogs - and different ages. We had plenty of space for dogs at our house growing up and we found loads of strays near my hometown.

The dog I raised from puppyhood was a lab-hound mix. I had him for about 9 years. I crate trained, taught him the basic commands: sit, stay, come, etc-, did some light nose work (before i knew what that was) and would take him for runs with me as well as swimming. I wasn't the best trainer then as I now realize, he should've been walked longer and more often.

I am currently doing more research to better be able to train a dog, most of the commands/tips I learned were passed down from my parents, but I'm willing to put in the work now to be a better caregiver later.

2) Do you have a preference for rescuing a dog vs. going through a reputable breeder?

  • Would prefer a rescue.

3) Describe your ideal dog.

  • Short: Active and sporty but not near as active a border collie would be (between low and high energy), intelligent, loyal but also friendly to acquaintances, slightly independent to where they could be on their own for a few hours max.

It's all a bit contradictory the above, but, I honestly think I'm just too lazy/not active enough to give the proper care to high energy dogs such as border collies as much as I'd like to. I don't want a dog that is complete couch potato though. I would like the dog to be intelligent and interested in not only physical work such as going for runs/walks, but also doing nose work and eventually potentially teaching more difficult commands. I'd like the dog to have one or two favorite people, but also be friendly to people they would meet often - I plan to take the dog with me to work and wherever else I'm allowed to bring 'em. I don't mind shedding that much nor drooling, constant barking would be an issue as I live in a flat now, but I don't want the dog happily sitting and watching me get mugged without making a noise.

To be honest, ideally I want the dog to be another 4 legged friend - as cheesy as that is.

4) What breeds or types of dogs are you interested in and why?

  • Most breeds. I have no specific breeds I am specifically in love with, so please feel free to come with suggestion.
    Just as an idea though: -Labs/lab mixes simply from having grown up with them. -smaller hounds ie a Beagle

I realize the above dogs are decently energetic and considered large dogs, but as I said - I am open to most. Just listing them as they are what I have the most experience with.

I would consider terriers or poodles as well.

Due to preference and limitations I am not interested in: smaller dogs like chihuahuas or corgi's, or extremely large dogs like Great Danes, Irish Wolf hounds, etc. I am also not allowed a Pit in my flat, so those are out, unfortunately. I am also against husky's as it doesn't get cold enough to warrant having such a dog.

5) What sorts of things would you like to train your dog to do?

  • The basic commands: sit, stay, lie down, come + crate training although I wouldn't crate them always, just so they would be accustomed to it. Potentially harder commands, but I think it depends on the dog - if it needs more command type work, or more physical work.

I'd like to be able to train them to run/walk without being on a leash, playing fetch, and some "hide and seek" type work. I'd also like to train them to be able to run next to me as I bike if there's enough space for it. I do use public transport so a dog that could be taught to be in buses, feries or trains, occasionally long distance, is a high priority.

Care Commitments

6) How long do you want to devote to training, playing with, or otherwise interacting with your dog each day?

  • I would have the dog with me all the time during the day - so training/interacting/playing would be occurring constantly. Really focused training and the like - 1.5 hours a day, again would be dependent on the dog.

(Not sure if that answered the question)

7) How long can you exercise your dog each day, on average? What sorts of exercise are you planning to give your dog regularly and does that include using a dog park?

  • I would say an hour or so in the mornings, at the office at least one longer walk of 20-30 mins or so, plus smaller toilet breaks throughout the day. The evening would consist of another longer walk/run/bike -approx an hour to 1.5 hours. Weekends could be spent a dog park or hiking in the forests, swimming in the lake, or just walking around the city.

8) How much regular brushing are you willing to do? Are you open to trimming hair, cleaning ears, or doing other grooming at home? If not, would you be willing to pay a professional to do it regularly?

  • Am completely open to grooming. And should they need a professional, would be willing to do that too.

Personal Preferences

9) What size dog are you looking for?

  • Medium to "small"er large Dogs. (Again am open to it though)

Hight max: 55cm (22inches or so) Weight max: 40 kg (88 lbs)

10) How much shedding, barking, and slobber can you handle?

  • Shedding isnt a problem, neither is slobber. Constant barking could be an issue as I live in a flat and would be taking it too work.

11) How important is being able to let your dog off-leash in an unfenced area?

  • This is the first dog that I'd have which I'd like to be able to train to do that, but it's not an absolute must.

Dog Personality and Behavior

12) Do you want a snuggly dog or one that prefers some personal space?

  • A combination. Slightly more on the snuggly side though.

13) Would you prefer a dog that wants to do its own thing or one that’s more eager-to-please?

  • Eager to please.

14) How would you prefer your dog to respond to someone knocking on the door or entering your yard? How would you prefer your dog to greet strangers or visitors?

  • I would prefer the dog to be friendly, but slightly cautious - if that's even possible. Maybe give a small noise just to alert me, but not barking their head off.

15) Are you willing to manage a dog that is aggressive to other dogs?

  • Yes.

16) Are there any other behaviors you can’t deal with or want to avoid?

  • Marking their territory constantly indoors. One of our fosters did that when I was a kid, not nice.

Lifestyle

17) How often and how long will the dog be left alone?

  • I would say max. 4 hours a day

18) What are the dog-related preferences of other people in the house and what will be their involvement in caring for the dog?

  • Living with my gf who has no prior experience with dogs, except for a small Jack Russell. She would help in terms of feeding or bathing or exercising, but I would be the primary caregiver I have a feeling. She's a bit nervous around unfamiliar dogs, but will warm up to the dog after she is around them for a little while. She would like a sporty dog to take for long runs, and one that could protect her should anything happen on the runs.

19) Do you have other pets or are you planning on having other pets? What breed or type of animal are they?

  • No

20) Will the dog be interacting with children regularly?

  • No

21) Do you rent or plan to rent in the future? If applicable, what breed or weight restrictions are on your current lease?

  • Rent. The only restriction on dogs are: No fighting dogs ie Staffordshire or Pits, and no huge dogs like Great Danes or St. Bernards

22) What city or country do you live in and are you aware of any laws banning certain breeds?

  • In Germany.

23) What is the average temperature of a typical summer and winter day where you live?

  • Summer - 27 C (80 F) Winter - around 2 C (35 F)

Additional Information and Questions

24) Please provide any additional information you feel may be relevant.

  • The dog should be able to handle around 8+ hours of travelling on occasion as I routinely travel from Germany to Scandinavia. We will be living in 60 m flat, on the first floor, with a park 2 mins from the flat. I live in a pretty dog friendly city as well, Berlin.

25) Feel free to ask any questions below.

  • If there are any answer which are unclear or don't give a good answer, please let me know! I
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Stone Island swimwear

Swimming Reddit - Wed, 05/23/2018 - 16:12

Hey guys, does anyone know w2c Stone Island Nylon Metal swim shorts or a similar product? They look great. link

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