Corso dog – Peet Corso http://peet-corso.cz/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 04:11:24 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://peet-corso.cz/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/cropped-icon-32x32.png Corso dog – Peet Corso http://peet-corso.cz/ 32 32 Devin Booker, You Shouldn’t Be Alone Tonight: Part 2 https://peet-corso.cz/devin-booker-you-shouldnt-be-alone-tonight-part-2/ Mon, 21 Nov 2022 17:10:00 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/devin-booker-you-shouldnt-be-alone-tonight-part-2/ Photo: Getty Images Phoenix Suns star Devin Booker and Kendall Jenner reportedly split Again, months after the separation in June to patch things up in July. This, their second breakup, reportedly took place very quietly last month, though Jenner still dedicated a romantic Instagram birthday post to Booker on Oct. 30. Monday, a source Told […]]]>

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Phoenix Suns star Devin Booker and Kendall Jenner reportedly split Again, months after the separation in June to patch things up in July. This, their second breakup, reportedly took place very quietly last month, though Jenner still dedicated a romantic Instagram birthday post to Booker on Oct. 30.

Monday, a source Told People (which brought in a lot of news like this lately): “Both have incredibly busy schedules right now with their careers and have decided to make it a priority.” Another source told the magazine, “They have a lot of love and respect for each other and only want the best.” Another anonymous “insider” offered more details, saying the decision to end their nearly three-year romance was “mutual and just came down to timing”, and that the two “plan to stay in touch”.

As Laura Bassett from Jezebel said in Jezebel’s first cycle of in-memoriam coverage dedicated to the separation of the couple in June:

Everything seemed so perfect. The couple started out as friends. They took a road trip together to Sedona in his Mercedes-Benz Maybach in 2020, the peak of the pandemic, for “some much-needed air” – always as “friends”. They made the romance official at some point after that, which led to Kendall wearing Devin’s Olympic gold medal on a boat on a lake somewhere looking extremely hot in a bikini. Super relatable all around.

At the time, sources attributed the split to Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker’s May wedding and the wake-up calls it sparked for Jenner and Booker. Whatever these “achievements” were, they didn’t keep the duo apart for long; within weeks, they were once again featuring heavily on each other’s Instagram stories, lazily vacationing in hawaii during Booker’s offseason, burying all memories of the Suns-Mavericks Game 7 outcome on May 15, 2022.

Now I could lie and pretend to be saddened by this news. But that wouldn’t be very honest journalism. I always imagined Devin Booker with… someone else. A writer-type. A more prolific and live tweeter. Someone who could naturally take on the role of the sweet and loving stepmother to Booker’s cane corso Haven – maybe a mother dog herself. Someone who shares his appreciation for this country’s last great staples, like, say, Applebee’s or Hooters, which is said to be tastier “with the friends.” A woman of impeccable loyalty, a woman who might generally find Mr. Luka Dončić very agreeable, but who would excite and harass him into oblivion at a word from Booker’s soft lips. A woman who finds Booker equally pleasant in victory as in defeat.

A woman… like me.

Now I wish Kendall Jenner all the best – maybe she could slip into the DMs of her recently single ex Harry Styles?—but she had her chance with Booker. She had three years to convince her billionaire sisters to buy the Dallas Mavericks, destroy and sell the team for parts. She was three years old Tweeter without context, “I’m thinking about mermaids tonight with the guys.” Now it’s time for another slightly shorter, slightly leaner, and much more unbalanced woman to shine.

Devin Booker, again: You shouldn’t be alone tonight.

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Pet insurance prices: Here are the 10 most expensive breeds of adorable dogs and cute cats to insure – including the adorable Bulldog 🐕 https://peet-corso.cz/pet-insurance-prices-here-are-the-10-most-expensive-breeds-of-adorable-dogs-and-cute-cats-to-insure-including-the-adorable-bulldog-%f0%9f%90%95/ Sat, 19 Nov 2022 07:01:13 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/pet-insurance-prices-here-are-the-10-most-expensive-breeds-of-adorable-dogs-and-cute-cats-to-insure-including-the-adorable-bulldog-%f0%9f%90%95/ A survey of UK pet owners showed that bringing a dog or cat into your household costs an average of £1,340 a year. The study, commissioned by financial experts Forbes Advisoralso found that more than half of owners admit to underestimating the cost of owning a pet. Medical costs are the number one expense, costing […]]]>

A survey of UK pet owners showed that bringing a dog or cat into your household costs an average of £1,340 a year.

The study, commissioned by financial experts Forbes Advisoralso found that more than half of owners admit to underestimating the cost of owning a pet.

Medical costs are the number one expense, costing an average of £462.80 a year – even more than food, which costs owners around £340 a year.

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Kevin Pratt, insurance expert at Forbes Advisor recommends that owners consider insuring their pets to manage costs, explaining, “One thing any pet owner will tell you is that a visit to the vet – probably unavoidable at some point – can be extremely expensive.

“This makes pet insurance such an important purchase. Having coverage in place means pet lovers don’t have to worry about paying for any care their pet might need, and they won’t have to. no need to dip into their savings or even go overdrawn to pay the vet bill.

But pet insurance can vary wildly depending on the breed of dog or cat.

Here are the 10 most expensive breeds of dogs and cats to ensure.

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11 Dog Breeds Threatened With Banning By Gurgaon Consumer Forum https://peet-corso.cz/11-dog-breeds-threatened-with-banning-by-gurgaon-consumer-forum/ Tue, 15 Nov 2022 23:50:57 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/11-dog-breeds-threatened-with-banning-by-gurgaon-consumer-forum/ The Gurgaon District Consumer Dispute Redress Forum on Thursday issued instructions to the Municipal Corporation of Gurugram (MCG) to ban pet dogs of 11 foreign breeds with immediate effect. Ordering interim compensation of Rs 2 lakh for a woman who was seriously injured after being attacked by a pet dog in Civil Lines in Gurgaon […]]]>

The Gurgaon District Consumer Dispute Redress Forum on Thursday issued instructions to the Municipal Corporation of Gurugram (MCG) to ban pet dogs of 11 foreign breeds with immediate effect.

Ordering interim compensation of Rs 2 lakh for a woman who was seriously injured after being attacked by a pet dog in Civil Lines in Gurgaon in August, the forum said American Pit bull Terriers, Dogo Argentino, Rottweiller, Neapolitan Mastiff , Boerboel, Presa Canario, Wolf Dog, Bandog, American Bulldog, Fila Brasileiro and Cane Corso are totally banned from November 15, 2022.

“The MCG is urged to revoke all licenses, if any, issued in this regard in favor of dog owners for keeping the above-mentioned pet dogs with immediate effect and to immediately take the above-mentioned dogs into its custody,” said the forum.

The forum also directed the MCG to make registration of pet dogs compulsory from November 15, 2022, within one month and issue licenses in this regard, at a fee of at least Rs 12,000. per year with annual renewal fees. not less than Rs 10,000 per year.

“Any registered dog must wear a collar to which is attached a metal token coupled with a metal chain. The MCG is required to require that a family keep only one dog and that whenever the registered dog is taken in public places, its mouth must be properly covered with a mesh cap or otherwise…” indicates the order.

He further stated that for those who violate the above-mentioned provisions, his dog will be immediately taken into custody by the MCG and a fine “of not less than Rs 20,000 and up to Rs 2 lakh” will be imposed on the offender. and in default of the provisions, he will incur “a prison sentence of at least one month, which may go up to two years”.

The forum also ordered the MCG to take into custody with immediate effect all stray dogs within its boundaries and keep them in dog ponds or in a place maintained by the MCG near the village of Basai with the help of NGO. “For stray dogs, in case of dog bite cases, the minimum compensation shall not be less than Rs 20,000 and which may extend up to Rs 2 lakh depending on the nature and severity of injuries sustained by the victim,” he said, adding that the civic body was further instructed to develop appropriate rules in light of such instructions within three months.

While announcing compensation to the plaintiff, the forum also ordered the MCG to immediately remove custody of the dog (Dogo Argentino) from its owner and cancel its license.

The incident took place in August 2022, when a woman, Munni, who worked as a maid, was attacked by a pet dog on her way to work. She had suffered head injuries and following the incident, a FIR has been registered.

“The medical records filed show that the plaintiff had to undergo prolonged follow-up medical treatment at Safdarjung Hospital by making repeated visits…” he said, adding that since the owner had violated so blatantly the law of the land and the rules devised for keeping a banned breed (Dogo Argentino) as a pet dog, so the MCG is free to recover Rs 2 lakh from the owner of the dog if they wish.

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Battle Creek Kennel Club, Inc. – Thursday, November 10, 2022 https://peet-corso.cz/battle-creek-kennel-club-inc-thursday-november-10-2022/ Thu, 10 Nov 2022 23:35:36 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/battle-creek-kennel-club-inc-thursday-november-10-2022/ Show name: Battle Creek Kennel Club, Inc.Location: Kalamazoo, MichiganDate of the show: Thursday, November 10, 2022Total entry: 866Best Show Judge: Mrs. Peggy Beisel-McIlwaineShow photographer(s):Booth photo • Website: www.boothshowphoto.com Reg Dog: GCHS Flessners Toot My Own Horn [Dog]Raising: BloodhoundController: Heather BuehnerOwner: M Bettis, B & C Flessner & H BuehnerBreeder: B & C Flessner, H Buehner […]]]>

Show name: Battle Creek Kennel Club, Inc.
Location: Kalamazoo, Michigan
Date of the show: Thursday, November 10, 2022
Total entry: 866
Best Show Judge: Mrs. Peggy Beisel-McIlwaine
Show photographer(s):
Booth photo • Website: www.boothshowphoto.com

Reg Dog: GCHS Flessners Toot My Own Horn [Dog]
Raising: Bloodhound
Controller: Heather Buehner
Owner: M Bettis, B & C Flessner & H Buehner
Breeder: B & C Flessner, H Buehner & T Kocar

Reserve Dog Reg: GCHS Top Shelfs They call them the Diamond Dogs [Dog]
Reserve breed: Newfoundland
Reserve Manager: Becky Reynnells
Reserve Owner: C Keech & B Reynnells
Breeder: D Wigal & B Reynnells

Jock Judge’s name: Mrs. Elizabeth Muthard

Total entry: 140
#1-
Reg Dog: GCHB Oncore Coupe Solo Red With Solivia [Bitch]
Raising: Needle
Responsible: Patricia Haines
Owner: Dr. P & T Haines & K & D Brown
#2-
Dog Reg: GCHG Wil-Orions If Wishes Come True [Dog]
Raising: Spaniel (English Springer)
Responsible: Robin Novack
Owners: J Vanderlip, E Pike, S Hatch, J Johnson and B Fink
Breeder: MP Osbun, JL Johnson, J Kettleson & E & R Brookshire
#3-
Dog Reg: GCH Sunkota Caseys in Dublin [Dog]
Raising: Retriever (golden)
Controller: Kristin Lyons
Owner: C Story
Breeder: D Casey
#4-
Dog Reg: GCHG Clarity Reach The Sky Vjk-Myst [Bitch]
Raising: Braque (German Shorthair)
Manager: V Nunes-Atkinson
Owner: C Simpson, S Acevedo and V Nunes-Atkinson

Dog Judge’s name: Dr Steve Keating

Total entry: 96
#1-
Dog Reg: GCHS Flessners Toot My Own Horn [Dog]
Raising: Bloodhound
Controller: Heather Buehner
Owner: M Bettis, B & C Flessner & H Buehner
Breeder: B & C Flessner, H Buehner & T Kocar
#2-
Dog Reg: CH Chihawk Aashtoria Mechta For Your Eyes Only [Bitch]
Raising: Borzoi
Administrator :
Owner: T&P Marshall
Breeder: T Marshall, R Riel & M McGraw
#3-
Dog Reg: GCHB Fetch and Smell Chrissy Snow [Bitch]
Raising: 15 inch beagle
Manager: Phil Booth
Owner: Mr. Pantaleon
#4-
Dog Reg: GCHB River Bottom Divine Intervention SCE SIN SEN TKN [Bitch]
Raising: American English Coonhound
Administrator :
Owner: T Kaecker & F Williams
Breeder: T Kaecker & F Williams

Work Judge’s name: Mr. Charles L. Olvis

Total entry: 157
#1-
Reg Dog: GCHS Top Shelfs They call them the Diamond Dogs [Dog]
Raising: Newfoundland
Manager: Becky Reynnells
Owner: C Keech & B Reynnells
Breeder: D Wigal & B Reynnells
#2-
Dog Reg: GCHP Twin Creeks, it had to be you [Dog]
Raising: Rottweiler
Controller: Holley Eldred
Owner: C Krown & B Beard
Breeder: C Krown
#3-
Dog Reg: GCHS Adibeir Red Carpet Affair CGC [Dog]
Raising: Cane Corso
Manager: Kathy Musto
Owner: D Musto & E Shauck
Breeder: E&D Shauck
#4-
Dog Reg: CH Seraphin Most Valuable Player V Alisaton FDC CAX FCAT SWN WAC RATO CGC TKN ATT [Dog]
Raising: Doberman Pinscher
Controller: Carissa DeMilta-Shimpeno
Owners: K Evans Mundy, G DeMilta, C Shimpeno & D Schmitt

Terrier Judge’s name: Dr Steve Keating

Total entry: 54
#1-
Dog Reg: GCH Foxheart Gun Powder N Lead At Tsarshadow [Bitch]
Raising: Wire Fox Terrier
Manager: Doug Belter
Owner: D Belter & B & J Ashburn
Breeder: D Belter & B & J Ashburn
#2-
Dog Reg: GCHG Hi-Kel Terrydale Nanhall Mizzdesigned [Bitch]
Raising: lake burrow
Responsible: Ariel Cukier
Owner: M Wooldridge, KJ Anthony, J Stevens & A Cukier
Breeder: H Keyes & Terrydale Knls.
#3-
Dog Reg: GCHB Anstamm Auld Tartan Tradition [Dog]
Raising: scottish terrier
Manager: Allison B Sunderman
Owner: Dr. Beck
#4-
Dog Reg: CH Clayco Little White Lie [Bitch]
Raising: smooth fox terrier
Handler: Dan Buchwald
Owner: C&R Snavely

Toy Judge’s name: Ms Jan N Paulk

Total entry: 127
#1-
Reg Dog: GCHS Hallmark Jolei out of this world [Dog]
Raising: Shih Tzu
Responsible: Luke Ehricht
Owner: B Miller DVM, S Carter & L & D Ehricht
Breeder: L & D Ehrict
#2-
Dog Reg: GCHS Midyear Flying On A Sugar High [Dog]
Raising: Yorkshire terrier
Responsible: Diane Ehricht
Owner: Mr. Varnadoe
#3-
Dog Reg: GCHG Winters-Eagle Ring Of Fire [Dog]
Raising: miniature pinscher
Responsible: Jacob Waters
Owner: K Winters & C Griswold
Breeder: K Winters & M Cole
#4-
Dog Reg: GCHS Sleepyhollow Meet Ibi [Bitch]
Raising: Brussels Griffon
Manager: Nick Waters
Owner: J Schultz & M Tichenor
Breeder: J Schultz & M Tichenor

Not athletic Judge’s name: Mrs. Elizabeth Muthard

Total entry: 139
#1-
Dog Reg: Avery’s Hillwood Mimi [Bitch]
Raising: Poodle (Standard)
Manager: Joseph Vergnetti
Owner: E Charles & J Vergnetti
#2-
Dog Reg: GCHP Pineapple Frozen Tundra CGC [Dog]
Raising: american eskimo dog
Controller: Holley Eldred
Owner: K & C Seymour & D Krautkramer
Breeder: Kathleen & Stephanie Strunk
#3-
Dog Reg: CH Primecut Double Shot Of Cool [Bitch]
Raising: Bulldog
Manager: Debra Mattingly
Owner: ML Merritt and DF Merritt
#4-
Dog Reg: GCHS Belle Creeks Take Me Away [Bitch]
Raising: Bichon Frize
Controller: Tara Martin Rowell
Owner: N & G Brown, L Carlton & L Letsche
Breeder: L Carlton & L Letsche DVM

Breeding Judge’s name: Mr. Garry K. Newton

Total entry: 127
#1-
Dog Reg: GCHP Lk Michigan Im yours [Dog]
Raising: Australian shepherd
Controller: Megan Hof
Owner: M&R Boomsliter
Breeder: M Boomsliter, S Ritter, C Hawkins & J Woelzlein
#2-
Dog Reg: GCHS Celebras Never Bam Bam At Bear Manor [Dog]
Raising: Briard
Controller: Amy Bieri
Owner: A Feldman & C Leigh
Breeder: C Leigh & J Feldman
#3-
Dog Reg: GCHB Moonshadow Mind Games [Dog]
Raising: Pulik
Administrator :
Owner: S Czekaj
Breeder: B & R Pessina
#4-
Dog Reg: CH Rally Road JP The Kind Lambluv [Bitch]
Raising: old english sheepdog
Administrator :
Owner: J Marder, R Hardina and K Richardson


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How many dogs can one person legally have in New Hampshire? https://peet-corso.cz/how-many-dogs-can-one-person-legally-have-in-new-hampshire/ Sat, 05 Nov 2022 21:00:20 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/how-many-dogs-can-one-person-legally-have-in-new-hampshire/ Similar to hoarding old artifacts or clothing, some people hoard pets as a source of comfort. But the difference between collecting old coats and collecting dogs is that dogs are living, breathing creatures that require care! If you have too many of them, their welfare will likely be compromised, and you’ll have an animal cruelty […]]]>

Similar to hoarding old artifacts or clothing, some people hoard pets as a source of comfort. But the difference between collecting old coats and collecting dogs is that dogs are living, breathing creatures that require care! If you have too many of them, their welfare will likely be compromised, and you’ll have an animal cruelty charge on your hands.

Remember the Wolfeboro, New Hampshire woman who was convicted of animal cruelty for owning 84 Great Danes?

The fact that these poor animals lived in misery and fear and without enough food makes my heart break into a million little pieces.

This made me wonder how many dogs someone is allowed to legally own in Granite State. I know the number is much lower than 84.

I did some research and really couldn’t find a fixed number or simple limit. Now, that does not mean that the limit does not exist!

This seems to depend on the ordinances put in place by the authorities in your city, as well as your particular situation. For example, if you own more than three or four dogs, some cities may require you to obtain a kennel license while others do not. Most, if not all, cases of animal abuse or neglect are reported by neighbors or bystanders. It’s not like animal control goes door to door asking how many animals you own.

THE MORAL OF THE STORY: According to Doglaw.comEven if a city hasn’t set a limit on the number of animals, neighbors who are bothered by too many animals can sue. If a court decides that the animals are indeed a nuisance – that is, they interfere with neighbors’ enjoyment of their property – the owner can be ordered by the court to dispose of certain animals.

What do you think should be the limit? That might be a hot take, but I think more than three dogs under one roof is too much! Unless you have an in-home dog helper to make sure all your dogs are well fed, groomed and given enough exercise, OR animal care is your full time job.

Keep watching: Find out what 50 of America’s most popular dog breeds look like as puppies.

WATCH: Here are 30 toxic foods for dogs

To prepare for a potential incident, always keep your vet’s phone number handy, as well as an after-hours clinic you can call in an emergency. The ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center also has a helpline that you can call at (888) 426-4435 for advice.

Even with all of these resources, however, the best cure for food poisoning is to prevent it in the first place. To give you an idea of ​​what human foods can be dangerous, Stacker has put together a slideshow of 30 common foods to avoid. Take a look to see if there are any that surprise you.

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Watch: Should you train a Cane Corso to protect your children? https://peet-corso.cz/watch-should-you-train-a-cane-corso-to-protect-your-children/ Wed, 02 Nov 2022 11:35:35 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/watch-should-you-train-a-cane-corso-to-protect-your-children/ Cane Corsos often get a bad rap, but is that just due to their innate sensitivity and willingness to protect those they love? A TikTok video showing a couple’s pet Corso Rip defending their child when his father claims to be violent has gone viral thanks to Rip’s immediate and stern warning. Sarah_rue1 posted the […]]]>

Cane Corsos often get a bad rap, but is that just due to their innate sensitivity and willingness to protect those they love?

A TikTok video showing a couple’s pet Corso Rip defending their child when his father claims to be violent has gone viral thanks to Rip’s immediate and stern warning.

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Ex-Ridgefield football player wins college award for UCONN https://peet-corso.cz/ex-ridgefield-football-player-wins-college-award-for-uconn/ Tue, 01 Nov 2022 08:40:34 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/ex-ridgefield-football-player-wins-college-award-for-uconn/ Jackson Mitchell is a former Ridgefield High School football player who made his mark at the college level for the UCONN Huskies. According to UCONN Huskies Websitethe junior linebacker was named Week 9 winner of the New England Football Writers Association Gold Helmet Awards presented by the Jack Grinold/Eastern Massachusetts Chapter of the National Football […]]]>

Jackson Mitchell is a former Ridgefield High School football player who made his mark at the college level for the UCONN Huskies.

According to UCONN Huskies Websitethe junior linebacker was named Week 9 winner of the New England Football Writers Association Gold Helmet Awards presented by the Jack Grinold/Eastern Massachusetts Chapter of the National Football Foundation.

On Saturday, Mitchell and his Huskies teammates beat Boston College 13-3 for the first time in program history, the series dating back to 1908. this game alone, Mitchell had 12 tackles, one interception, one sack, forced a fumble and recovered a fumble. The Huskies have played nine games this season, and Mitchell has had double-digit tackles in 5 of them and has a total of 100 tackles on the year. In short, this kid is a dog!

UCONN is 4-5 on the year but appears to be moving in the right direction for the first time in a long time.

We talked about Jackson on the Ethan, Lou & Large Dave Morning Show on Halloween (10/31/22), you can listen below.

I haven’t spoken or heard of UCONN football since Randy Edsall was fired, and before that I hadn’t spoken of UCONN football since he (Edsall) was hired. But last weekend, I couldn’t get away from them.

On Friday, someone asked me if I knew Jim Mora Jr. was now the head coach. Saturday morning College Gameday on ESPN, did a segment on how Mora lives in a haunted house in Storrs, yesterday (Sunday) I heard about UCONN upsetting BC, then Monday I heard talk about the Jackson Mitchell award. That’s a lot of UCONN football, in no time, does that mean they’re back? Is UCONN becoming a college football powerhouse in the next few years?

That would be great, considering the men’s basketball team isn’t what it used to be.

PS I saw a picture of Jackson on the UCONN website and noticed he had a CT state tattoo on his right arm. I found this fascinating, I don’t think I’ve ever seen a CT state map tattooed on someone before. I’ve seen New York, California and even Las Vegas but never Connecticut. It’s proof that this kid is mentally and physically tough because that tattoo is only going to invite a verbal beating. Look, I really love CT, but most people don’t. We don’t have a great reputation nationally and we’re the most self-loathing US state. Good for Jackson to have some hometown pride.

UConn vs. Clemson

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You may remember Jim Mora’s father…Jim Mora. He had the most epic football press conference in football history.

Danbury-area residents share their NFL playoff fandom

I’ve been an Oakland/LA/Las Vegas Raiders fan since I was a kid and am often outnumbered in NFL conversations, but not completely alone. In the NFL, there are fans of all kinds in every city in America.

Before the Raiders lost the playoff game to the Bengals last weekend, I reached out to my friends who are Raiders fans and asked them to send me a photo of them wearing a jersey or celebrating the team in one way or another. I had a great response and it started some fun sports conversation, but that was for Raiders fans only.

I wanted to give the same opportunity to all NFL fans in the Greater Danbury area whether their team is in the playoffs or not. I sent out the call on my radio show and on social media and here are the responses I received.

Poll ranks Greater Danbury towns 1-7 for traffic problems, Hat City wins + loses

Recently I took a poll to find out which city has the worst traffic problems in the Greater Danbury area. I began to classify the cities in order of aggravation.

The cities to consider were:

  • Danbury
  • Brookfield
  • Bethel
  • New city
  • Ridgefield
  • New Milford
  • New fairground

Respondents were all current or former residents of the Greater Danbury area. I also made sure to garner some hilarious comments. #1 is the worst, with the most complaints, and #7 is the best city, with the fewest complaints. I counted all the respondents’ votes, and that’s how it all went.

Some of the most feared badass of all time in the NFL – Part 3

I’ve watched the NFL all my life and although the game has changed drastically over my 42+ years, but one thing remains the same, you have to be a “tough guy” to get into the league. At this level of athleticism, all players are strong and physical, but some are clearly better than others. In parts 1 + 2, I featured John Lynch, Bill Romanowski, Troy Polomalu, James Harrison, Maxx Crosby, Reggie White, Earl Campbell, Mean Joe Greene, Mike Singletary, and Brett Favre. Here are some of the players who go above and beyond, pass the eye test and were downright scary on a football pitch. These are “Some of the NFL’s Most Feared Badass of All Time – Part 3”

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Inside the Numbers and Injury Report https://peet-corso.cz/inside-the-numbers-and-injury-report/ Sat, 29 Oct 2022 19:35:00 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/inside-the-numbers-and-injury-report/ Arkansas earned its first SEC road win of the season and ended a six-game losing streak against Auburn with a 41-27 win over the Tigers at Jordan-Hare Stadium on Saturday. With the win, the Razorbacks improve to 5-3 on the year and 2-3 in the league. Auburn came first on the board […]]]>


Arkansas earned its first SEC road win of the season and ended a six-game losing streak against Auburn with a 41-27 win over the Tigers at Jordan-Hare Stadium on Saturday. With the win, the Razorbacks improve to 5-3 on the year and 2-3 in the league.

Auburn came first on the board with a 46-yard field goal after a slow start from both teams, but Arkansas responded with a long drive to take a 7-3 lead after the first quarter. The Hogs split early in the second quarter when Jefferson’s touchdown made it 14-3. The Tigers responded with Tank Bigsby’s long touchdown run that cut Auburn’s deficit to 14-10. The teams traded field goals in the final minutes to send the game to halftime with Arkansas leading 17-13.

Arkansas blocked a field goal attempt by Auburn on the third quarter’s opening possession and found the end zone on its first two drives to take a 31-13 lead heading into the fourth quarter. The Hogs nailed another score early in the final period on Rashod Dubinion’s second touchdown of the game.

Auburn found the end zone for the first time in the second half with a touchdown pass from Ashford with 5:28 remaining and added another score in the closing seconds, but it was too little, too late as the Razorbacks came away with a 41 -27 win.

Here’s a look at the injury report and numbers from Saturday’s game at Auburn:

IN THE NUMBERS

  • -1 – Yards, three plays and a punt for Arkansas to open the game
  • 1 – Carry for Rocket Sanders in the second quarter
  • 1 – Turnover between the two teams on Saturday
  • 2 – Possessions for Auburn in the final 2:25 of the first half
  • 2 – Most total rushing yards for Auburn at halftime (246-244)
  • 2 – Penalties (intentional grounding, delay of game) on Arkansas opening possession
  • 2 – Passing yards for Auburn in the first quarter
  • 2 – Two-yard TD runs by a freshman running back Rashod Dubinion
  • 3 – Back-to-back road games for Arkansas
  • 3 – Direct touchdowns for Arkansas to start the second half
  • 3 – Back-to-back pass attempts in the red zone led Arkansas to settle for one FG late in the first half
  • 3 – Razorbacks recorded double-digit carryovers on the day (Sanders, Jefferson, Green)
  • 3 – Bags for both teams on Saturday
  • 4 – Yard carry for freshman running back James Jointer on his first touch
  • 5 – Number of coaches between the two teams since Arkansas last won against Auburn
  • 5 – Consecutive completions for Jefferson to start the game
  • 6 – Auburn’s back-to-back wins over Arkansas coming into play was its longest SEC streak
  • seven – Plays, 18 yards and a 46-yard FG in 3:12 on Auburn’s first scored drive
  • seven – Scores on seven attempts inside the red zone for Arkansas on Saturday
  • 8 – Games, 75 yards and a touchdown over 2:45 on Arkansas’ first drive
  • 9 – Win in 10 matches following a bye for Bryan Harsin get in the game
  • 9 – Penalties on the day for Arkansas, six for Auburn
  • ten – Yard run for freshman Isaiah Sategna on his first touch
  • 11 – Reception of touchdown by Jadon Haselwood put Arkansas up 24-13 with 6:02 in 3Q
  • 11 – Plays 80 yards in 4:52 on Arkansas’ second touchdown
  • 13 – TD Court managed by KJ Jefferson put Arkansas up 14-3 with 10:27 to go in the half
  • 14 – Auburn’s SEC rankings in rush D, 3rd conv., first downs and turnover margin
  • 21 – Consecutive points to start the second half for Arkansas
  • 22 – Points per game scored by Auburn coming into play
  • 24 – Carlson’s Yard FG cut Auburn’s deficit to 14-13 at halftime
  • 26 – Yard FG by Cam Little went 17-10 with 2:30 to go in the half
  • 27 – Yard punt by Reid Bauer on his first attempt at the game
  • 27 – Jersey of Chris Paul, whose first-quarter sack blocked Auburn’s first practice
  • 29 – Completion of the yard at Warren Thompson was Arkansas’ first big game of the day
  • 33 – Points per game allowed by Arkansas entry
  • 37 – Yard FG by Cam Little made it 41-20 with 1:55 to play
  • 40 – Suit landon jackson who came with a blocked key field goal
  • 41 – TD Court managed by Bigsby Reservoir closed Auburn’s deficit at 14-10 in 2T
  • 46 – Yard FG attempts by Auburn’s Anders Carlson the first two drives (1 missed, 1 completed)
  • 64 – Degrees and cloudy at the kick-off of the Jordan-Hare stadium
  • 72 – Advantage of the pass for Arkansas at halftime (174-102)
  • 74 – rushing yard advantage for Auburn at halftime (144-70)
  • 76 – Sanders’ third quarter was Arkansas’ longest scrimmage play
  • 78 – Yards on Reid Bauer’s second punt of the afternoon
  • 93 – Yards on four plays in 1:35 on Auburn’s first touchdown
  • 115 – Matt Landers’ receiving yards on four receptions led the Razorbacks
  • 130 – Rush 1,000 meters for Rocket Sanders entering the game
  • 171 – Ruling yards on 16 carries for Raheim Sanders against Auburn
  • 234 – Yards on 16 of 24 passes with three total touchdowns (2 rush) for KJ Jefferson
  • 278 – Ruling yards allowed by Arkansas to Auburn during a losing streak
  • 372 – Total yards for Auburn quarterback Robby Ashford
  • 468 – Total offensive yards for Auburn on the day (285 passes / 183 carries)
  • 524 – Total offensive yards for Arkansas that day (290 carries / 234 passes)
  • 2,562 – Days since last Arkansas win over Auburn coming into play
  • 3,675 – Days since Arkansas last won inside Jordan-Hare Stadium coming into play

ARKANSAS INJURY REPORT

Did not participate:DB Jalen CataloniaDL Bull CarterDB Bishop of LaDarriusDB Malik Chavis

In-Game Injuries:RB Raheim Sander (2Q, came back)

AUBURN INJURY REPORT

Did not participate:RB Jordan IngramOF Eku LeotaOL Tate Johnson

In-game injuries:

DID YOU NOTICE?

  • All four SEC Nation crew members picked Arkansas to defeat Auburn.
  • Prior to Saturday’s contest, Arkansas had been Auburn’s highest-scoring SEC game in seven of the past eight seasons. However, Lee Corso picked the Auburn Super Dog of the Day from ESPN College GameDay.
  • Auburn announced its freshman year Holden Geriner as his starting quarterback before the game, but Robby Ashford took all the warm-up shots with the first team attack and took the start.
  • Arkansas won the opening toss and elected to receive to start the game.
  • Arkansas was flagged for intentional grounding on their first offensive play from scrimmage.
  • Terry Hampton got his second straight start at defensive tackle, Hudson Clark started at the corner and Myles Slusher started nickel for Arkansas defense.
  • Unsurprisingly, there was an escaped review on Auburn’s first ride in the morning. The call from the field that Bigsby was down before losing the ball was valid, although it was unconfirmed.
  • The Razorbacks ended up getting a defensive save, but couldn’t capitalize because Jadon Haselwood lost a fumble on Arkansas’ first completion in the following series.
  • AJ Green won the first non-Rocket running back for Arkansas on the first play of the second quarter.
  • Strategist KJ Jefferson recorded his third career game with multiple rushing touchdowns.
  • Jackson Woodard saw some first-half snaps for the Arkansas defense at linebacker.
  • The SEC network used a photo of someone other than KJ Jefferson on his bio during the show.
  • Reid Bauer’s career-long 78-yard punt is the first punt over 70 yards since Sam Irwin-Hill’s 79-yard punt against South Carolina in 2013.
  • DL landon jackson is the first Razorback player to block a field goal since Dan Skipper did in 2016 against Alcorn State.
  • Jadon Haselwood played its 20th straight game with at least one reception, dating back to the 2021 season.
  • Running for 76 yards throughout his career, Rocket Sanders ties Madre Hill’s school record for fastest rushing 1,000 yards in a season in just eight games.
  • Arkansas has rushed for more than 200 yards in seven of eight games this season.
  • Malik Hornsby, James Jointer and Isaiah Sategna both saw action for Arkansas’ offense late in the game. Beaux Limmer also slipped and took reps at center and E’Marion Harris made his debut at right guard.
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San Tan Valley family lose everything when their house burns down https://peet-corso.cz/san-tan-valley-family-lose-everything-when-their-house-burns-down/ Tue, 25 Oct 2022 12:36:00 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/san-tan-valley-family-lose-everything-when-their-house-burns-down/ The family runs Kingpin BBQ, a food truck company that has been selected as a supplier for the upcoming Super Bowl LVII. The fire destroyed some of their equipment. SAN TAN VALLEY, Arizona – A family from the San Tan Valley who have been selected to be one of the food vendors for the next […]]]>

The family runs Kingpin BBQ, a food truck company that has been selected as a supplier for the upcoming Super Bowl LVII. The fire destroyed some of their equipment.

SAN TAN VALLEY, Arizona – A family from the San Tan Valley who have been selected to be one of the food vendors for the next Super Bowl LVIIis forced to start all over again after a fire completely destroys their new home.

“We were so happy, we’re going to do Super Bowl stuff and at the end of the night we’re sitting there scratching our heads and holding hands crying because we lost everything,” said Jimmy Cole.

Cole and his family Kingpin BBQa food truck company that he says is among those selected by the NFL Business Connect to help bring big game to Glendale next year.

But last Thursday around 3 p.m., as Cole and his wife were wrapping up a Super Bowl reunion in the Valley, their house caught fire.

They had just moved in six months ago.

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“This morning before we left, it was so nice and peaceful here, and we’re heading home,” Cole said. “I can’t describe it. Everything is destroyed.

All of their living room, kitchen and dining room furniture, decorations and memorabilia were burned. The fridge, microwave and even the washer and dryer melted. The smoke blackened their white and light gray walls. The carpet was filled with debris, holes and water since firefighters extinguished the flames.

Cole’s 22-year-old son and his 7-year-old dog were at home when the fire broke out.

“He wakes up and smells food and thought we were here making lunch,” Cole said. “When he got up to go to the bathroom, he opened the door and saw flames and smoke everywhere.”

The son made it out safe and sound, but Kimbo, their Cane Corso, was locked in their master bedroom. Rural Metro Fire San Tan Valley firefighters resuscitated Kimbo using Fido bags donated by the Fetch Foundation.

The dog breathed in a lot of smoke and was taken to an emergency vet. The foundation, the fire department and the non-profit organization Dogs Day Out AZ helped cover medical costs.

“Everyone helped out, without the community I don’t think we’d be this far,” Cole said.

Although he is new to his new neighborhood, the neighbors have rallied around the family.

A neighbor gave them a trailer to sleep in, another let them work, and others offered food and clothing.

All acts of kindness from strangers, Cole said, will not go unnoticed.

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When he was 17, Cole said he lost an aunt to a fire in his hometown of Cincinnati. Knowing that his son and his pet made it out safe and sound is all that matters to him.

“I know God is watching over us, with him we will move forward,” Cole said.

The family created a GoFundMe to help get them back on their feet and replace the work equipment necessary for their great participation in the Super Bowl.

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Italian mastiff dog protecting toddler from ‘attack’ divides internet https://peet-corso.cz/italian-mastiff-dog-protecting-toddler-from-attack-divides-internet/ Mon, 24 Oct 2022 07:27:44 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/italian-mastiff-dog-protecting-toddler-from-attack-divides-internet/ A dog that appears to jump to protect a toddler from an ‘attack’ is praised online. In a video Shared on TikTok on September 22 by user Sarah (@sarah_rue1), her partner Lawrence shows what happens when he pretends to shove his 3-year-old son. Rip, a 9 month old baby Cane Corso (a type of Italian […]]]>

A dog that appears to jump to protect a toddler from an ‘attack’ is praised online.

In a video Shared on TikTok on September 22 by user Sarah (@sarah_rue1), her partner Lawrence shows what happens when he pretends to shove his 3-year-old son.

Rip, a 9 month old baby Cane Corso (a type of Italian Mastiff) – immediately runs over and bites Lawrence’s arm. The dog refuses to let go, remaining attached to Lawrence’s arm as he moves around the room.

Captioned “Look how well our Cane Corso protects our son”, the clip has so far received 2 million views and nearly 270,000 likes.

‘Help me’

A photo of a young boy cuddling a Cane Corso dog.
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A study 2020 conducted by the Arizona State University Canine Science Laboratory suggested that dogs instinctively protect their owners. Studying 60 companion dogs, none of whom had received rescue training, the researchers found that about two-thirds of the dogs wanted to help their owner when they showed signs of distress.

The experiment involved confining owners to a large box with a lightweight door. The dog had to push aside the door to reach its owner. The owners pretended to be in danger, shouting phrases such as “help me”. As part of the test, owners were not allowed to call their dog’s name and were given coaching so that their calls for help sounded authentic.

Although only a third of the dogs rescued their owners, many more tried but failed to open the door, showing signs of stress such as whining, barking and footsteps.

It is natural for owners to want a pet that loves and protects them. However, when dealing with dogs and young children, it is important that caregivers do not confuse loyalty with guard resources.

Elissa Weimer-Sentner, owner of Paw & Order Dog Training in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, said she often sees him with his parents.

“We think it’s cute when a dog looks like it’s protecting our baby, but in reality, it’s an extremely dangerous behavior and situation,” she said. Newsweek.

Weimer-Sentner said dogs become possessive of things they don’t want to share and may view a baby or child as a toy or resource that belongs to them.

“Have you ever seen a dog bare its teeth or growl when you approached it while it had a bone, toy or food? It’s the same thing but in a different situation,” he said. she declared.

“Sometimes it can be just a grunt, or it can escalate into blinking teeth, etc.”

Weimer-Sentner advises caregivers to teach their dog to voluntarily walk away from the child with toys or ordersbefore it becomes a problem, rather than waiting until you or your child find themselves in a risky situation.

“It’s important to learn the warning signs of a dog being possessive towards your baby,” she said.

“Contact a qualified expert to resolve these issues so that your family can live in peace without worrying about your child’s safety.”

“This is your only warning”

Rip’s owner, Sarah Nee, adopted him when he was eight weeks old, and it wasn’t long before the pup started showing his protective instincts.

“Corsos are a guardian breed and he has a strong protective instinct that shows in his behaviors,” Sarah said. Newsweek.

“For example, he will ‘patrol’ the bridge and the property. He will also stand between his family and others. We also have a small chihuahua and he watches her as well.”

Sarah said Rip’s desire for protection was innate and began to manifest when the Corso was just 9 weeks old.

“He’s a big jester who loves to play,” she said. “He is gentle, affectionate and loves people.”

Sarah understands why people are intimidated by Rip, but said she and Lawrence worked hard to socialize him from an early age and trained him well.

“Genetics is a big factor,” she said. “Rip comes from a reputable breeder and has a wonderful, stable temperament.

“We also enforce firm boundaries, even around things like what you saw in the video where it was just play time. Teaching our kids about proper boundaries has also been important.

“As with all dogs, we do not leave them together unsupervised. Corsos are not a breed for new dog owners and require firm leadership from their owners.

“That being said, Rip is a sweet and friendly dog, and we are happy to have him in our family.”

The majority of TikTok users responded positively to the clip, with Katalina Brott calling Rip a “good boy”.

“‘He said ‘that’s your only warning,'” Princess Peach joked.

“He’s like uh no sir let me show you the door,” Nomoreabuse2021 commented.

“It’s like I won’t hurt you, but I’ll let you know it’s possible,” Dominique wrote.

Still, other users were concerned about the video, with Dog Stuff warning the poster to be “careful”.

“It’s fine until you have other kids to play with and they’re bickering,” TobyPennypeewee said.

While Nadine Munro-Jong called the scene a “recipe for disaster”.

Do you have funny and adorable videos or photos of your pet that you want to share? Send them to life@newsweek.com with some details about your best friend and they could appear in our Pet of the Week range.

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