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- Well, we have - we have similar jobs in a way. I wear a uniform, you wear, uh – I suppose you could call that a uniform.

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While those of us who own small dogs love them like our children, to others they look like nature’s appetizer. And the threat is very real, as poor Paul Mott discovered in 2014. After a lovely day playing at the dog park with his dog Buffy, Mott was walking back to the car when a coyote ran out from a bush, grabbed innocent little Buffy, and ran off with her (no word on if the coyote’s name was Spike.) This obviously traumatized Mott, who decided no one should ever have to see their puppy dragged off to be eaten. So instead he came out with an outfit that will save them from all danger, because when you put them in it they will refuse to show their face in public. Even dogs have some pride.

The Coyote Best Pet Body Armor vest is made from Kevlar to stop puncture wounds. Then Mott added long thin spikes along the spine, just in case the dog was attacked from above. And to further protect its sides, he decided to go balls to the wall and run a current through the thing, so that anything that goes in for the kill will get a hell of a shock, literally. Of course, so would any dogs trying to play with it, or humans who reach down to pet this strange punk dog, but nothing’s perfect.

6 Ways To Survive A Disaster That’ll Make You Pray For Death

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<– Engraved 16.5 | <– Crowned 3 | Engraved 18 –>

Short: You’re a tattoo artist for a gang known as EXO who own a club down town. (read synopsis at masterpost)
Words: 6771
Notes for Update: 40
Warnings: Anger, fighting, blood, so much foreshadowing an vagueness XD whoops.
Pairings: D.O. x Reader, slight Chen X Reader
A/N: pls don’t kill me….talk to me!

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Angel pov

Suho was laying in the back of the car, his eyes closed and breath slow. There was an emergency kit in the trunk and you were not trying to put in an IV so that you could give him blood before he bled out.
“Are you sure you can do this?” Minseok asked, trying to hide his panic at the lifeless body of his best comrad, holding his vest against the wound in his side.
You didn’t look up and pushed the needle through into his arm hitting the vein just right. “Shut up.” Quickly you attached the blood bag and held it up high. “Chanyeol go, drive. Minseok call Lay.”
Chanyeol sped away with the car but took care around the turns. Suho was lying with his head in Minseok’s lap and his legs over yours, there was no other way.
“Lay? He’s been stabbed, lost a lot of blood. Left side. I don’t know if it’s deep, there’s a lot of blood. Artery?” Minseok talked on the phone and then turned to you. “Do you think they hit an artery?” 

Originally posted by dazzlingkai

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Fantastical Dates - Newt Scamander x Reader

Originally posted by clnriswood

Warnings: None, just fluff, humour, & magic.

Word Count: 620 (give or take a few).

A/n: Here’s a little taste into my fics of the wizarding world! I’ve got a Percival Graves x Reader one too! Happy reading!


Your date excused himself to the restroom, leaving you to keep yourself entertained for several lonely minutes. Glancing around, you picked up the menu that sat on the table and pursed your lips, blowing a cool gust of air over the words that started to make the letters rattle. Soon, the characters started to pair up to create limbs and began to dance across the page in sync with the music playing at the restaurant.

“Be careful with that, you don’t want to startle the Muggles.”

You jumped and dropped the menu on the plate, where the magic faded and the words fell back into their rightful places. Looking up, you saw a very familiar young man with light brown curls and dressed in a bright blue and yellow jacket and vest – your best friend, Newt Scamander. The man took a seat opposite and stared at you with a warm smile after having not seen you in a year.

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anonymous asked:

when training a psd, like just starting out with public access, is it best to wear a vest (even on a puppy) stating their a psd in training so it minimizes the opportunities for people to distract them?

Hi Anon! 

If your dog is a young puppy, I wouldn’t start public access training. Instead, I would focus on socialization. This may sound contrary to what you’d want to do with a future service dog, but you need to take your service puppy out let them socialize with a wide variety of people as you would with a normal puppy. Have everyone you meet pet them, offer them treats, play with them, and gently mess with their ears, paws, tail, mouth, etc. This is FAR more important than teaching them to behave in public settings. Thus, I do not recommend throwing a service puppy into a vest and starting public access work

Here is a chart which lists 100+ things to socialize a service puppy to. Keep socialization FUN and POSITIVE! Keep training sessions short so you don’t go over the puppy’s threshold.

Once your puppy is confident around many people, places, and objects; you can also begin working towards your dog’s CGC, CGCA, and CGCU titles. These are great because all training/testing takes place in pet friendly environments. Here are links to each:

You can break down the skills on the CGC tests and depending on your dogs pace, focus on one new skill per week. For example, week one would be SIT. On the first day, teach sit and practice in low distraction environments. Each day, add a new distraction until your dog can reliably sit anywhere. Week two could be STAY, week three could be HEEL, etc.

Like socialization, training should should always be kept positive and fun. Work at your dog’s own pace, and don’t necessarily feel like you HAVE to follow a set schedule. If your dog is working quicker than intended, increase the difficulty. Likewise, if your dog is struggling, take a step back and re-focus on the basics.

And just for reference, here are IAADP’s Minimum Training Standards for Public Access. The page also has a nice example weekly training log.  

Once your dog is socialized, trained, and ready to start public access training, THEN introduce him to the vest.  I generally recommend getting something bright and bold which clearly announces your puppy is “IN TRAINING!”  That way, the public understands that your puppy is still learning all the ropes of how to be a service dog, and their behavior will not be perfect. 

Good luck on your service dog journey! I’m here if you need anything :)
~ Lex (& Faith)