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Of course, to accomplish all this, an Akita must be trainable. Personally, I think trainability is an innate characteristic of all dogs and that all dogs are trainable. Puppy Aptitude Testing helps match people to dogs and dogs to training methods, which is one reason I strongly advocate its use. Some combinations of people and dogs just do not work well together, such as a dominant dog with a shy, timid person. Likewise, a very dominant person may overwhelm an omega bitch. Occasionally, you may encounter the person who Ian Dunbar describes perfectly as "dog dim." A short conversation will tell you that they haven't got a clue as to why dogs do anything nor do they have a clue about how to get them to do anything! If they are otherwise suitable, they can learn a lot provided they will read or watch videos. Appropriate reading material, such as Mother Knows Best and a good training book or video can provide a basis for understanding their dog. It's a good idea for you to provide this material for their review before they pick up their puppy and for you to question them closely to make sure they understood it. These owners will require a disproportionate share of mentoring to stay on track. Just as some people cannot learn a foreign language, a few of these people will never have a clue about their dog's real personality. Fortunately, dogs are very adaptable and better at understanding people than we are at understanding them. Training Classes When we discuss training, I caution new owners that an Akita is not going to sit at your feet with shining eyes that beg you to tell him what to do. Compared to training a Border Collie, training an Akita is an uphill climb. Does that mean they are not trainable? Certainly not! On the other hand, finding a suitable training class and utilizing it successfully can be difficult for a newcomer. Because most instructors are obedience competitors, they tend to have the breeds that work well in OTCH competition, which means most have Goldens or Border Collies, followed by Poodles, Shelties, or Aussies. Training these breeds is very different from training an Akita.
Secondly. before you sell puppies. we can't rely on the new owner's love for his dog to keep the dog in his household throughout the dog's life. If this was forwarded to you. please help us spread the word and forward this to your friends and family. . First. Favorite Things : Mom Remy’s World : Farewell Dog Speak : Picture Worth a Thousand Words Headlines Dodger has a Mom! Remember that precious and extremely vulnerable ball of fur that was found left for dead in a park? This tiny guy was only days old and was all alone with a leg injury that would require amputation. We put out the call for donations to help with his care and the surgery he needed to save his life and you responded immediately. Rescue Paws is the monthly newsletter for dogs and their people published by Black Dog Rescue Project. take a tour and watch how the people train..If you are fortunate enough to live in an area with a number of training classes. Each month. Rescue Paws will be delivered to your inbox.pound puppy is much easier to deal with than a 120-pound adult. information on what’s happening at Black Dog Rescue Project and tips on how to better communicate with your dog If you like what you find here. Pick up brochures from those with whom you are satisfied and give them to your puppy-buyers. We soon had enough to pay for formula and supplies and to pay for his surgery. please take a moment to subscribe to Rescue Paws. Formal training needs to begin in puppyhood. We can't thank you all enough for caring the way that you did for this boy. dogs are learning regardless of whether they are in class. You will find dog news. Look at the types of dogs in their classes and how well they progress. Talk to the trainers about Akitas and see if they are receptive to having your puppies in their classes. News for Dogs and their People Hello.. a 50. In this Issue Headlines : Dodger Has a Mom! Black Dog Rescue Project : Rescue Me Dogs Expanding. We have to see that the ew owner learns to control the dog and gains some understanding of how they can work together. In placing puppies.
She knew that her hard work and sacrifice had paid off and Dodger would be a wonderful addition to this family. When that day arrived.His new mom is the Chocolate Lab :)) Ogden Walk : Check out the new page we've created for the Ogden Utah Black Dog Walk. Dodger finally had a mom!. They saw how truly special he was. She. They already had 2 dogs and couldn't add a 3rd. As difficult as it was for her to say goodbye. He had survived the surgery to remove his leg and it was time for him to go home. The test would be to see how the 2 dogs got along. but now. They showered him with love and he blossomed in their care. Alma was sure it was the right fit for Dodger. The Ogden pack members will continue to profile . and her family. He was almost 3 months old. she explained that she was happy because she had tried to be a good mother to Dodger. (Dodger is the the guy laying in the grass . Below is Dodger on the day he went home with his family. This is a great way to see the tremendous impact that the walk is having and get some ideas for starting your own walk. took turns feeding this little guy every couple of hours. in his new family. Alma began the search for the right home for Dodger. After careful consideration. Each day Alma and her family grew to love Dodger more and more.Alma works at the Ogden shelter and she decided to take Dodger home with her to nurse him back to health. But they also knew that he was only a temporary member of their family. Alma chose a warm and caring man who currently had a female chocolate lab.
a dog at the local shelter and will have ongoing updates from each walk. We began locally and are proud of the difference we have made and continue to make in Utah. We see many desperate emails for dogs that have only a day or two or even hours left to live. 1. the intent was to spread the word globally and help make the world a better place for homeless black dogs. Now that I reside in Colorado. this is a great page to share with your family and friends.The dog must have a least 1 week before his time is up. A contact name and phone number must be given with the profile information. Adopting a dog is a responsibility not to be taken lightly and we want to make sure that potential adopters have a chance to consider the decision carefully.If you volunteer at your local shelter or work at a shelter and want the opportunity to have one of the dogs in your care profiled on our site. We've also had interest from several people who want to get a Black Dog Walk started in their community and we hope to have updates on those new walks in the very near future. Since the launch. 2. please send an email to: Sherri@BlackDogRescueProject. reply back with a photo and the profile information. 4. we will be starting a walk in the Denver/Boulder area of Colorado in the near future. Following is what you need to know to get the dogs in your care profiled as a Rescue Me dog on the Black Dog Rescue Project website.The dog must currently be in a shelter and at risk of euthanasia. we need to give the dog a chance to find the right fit. we have begun to profile dogs from across the country. Rescue Me : It's been 9 months since the launch of the Black Dog Rescue Project website. We will continue to profile dogs at risk of euthanasia. If you have a dog at that time that you feel would benefit from being profiled. but we feel if a dog is to be profiled. These situations are heartbreaking. We are very excited to be expanding our reach and as of this week. . We will add you to our email list. 5. We may consider a dog that is being fostered or a dog in a no-kill shelter only if the dog has special circumstances that will make finding a permanent home extremely difficult. we will send an email to everyone on the list. If you are in the Ogden area. he is considered a black dog.com with Rescue Me List as the subject. As soon as we have word that our current Rescue Me dog has found a home.The person(s) submitting the dog for the Rescue Me profile must have personal contact with the dog and be willing to write the profile based on their interaction with the dog. Typically if a dogs coat is at least 75% black. 3. We know that it will be extremely difficult to choose the Rescue Me dogs and have developed a way for us to do so and still leave the opportunity open to any black dog in need of the extra help.The dog must be a black dog. But we are excited to be spreading the word even further. We will continue to profile only 1 dog at a time to give that dog the best chance at a second chance.
The Black Dog Rescue Project was not my mother's idea. It would be unfair and . I moved to Colorado to take a job and we decided it would be best for Remy to stay in Utah with my daughters while they finished out the school year. but it is what she has done for Black Dog Rescue Project that earns her the spot in our favorite things. But we will not be bringing Remy with us. Mom. but you would never know that by the level of support she has given. On memorial day weekend. The dogs love you and thank you too! Remy's World This will be the last newsletter with the Remy's world section. Favorite Things May is the month that we celebrate mother's day and this month I feel compelled to share a little bit about the wonderful woman that is my mother. When I moved out of state for work. In the time that we've been apart. She has reached out to rescue groups to try and save these dogs that were so near and dear to her heart. We are excited about expanding the opportunity to shelters and volunteers across the nation and look forward to continuing to change the odds for these precious dogs. I will be traveling to Utah to pick up my daughters so that we can finally be together once again. She has created personal cards and flyers for the dogs that are given out to potential adopters and are prominently displayed at local businesses. She has cried for them and worried when their time was getting short. She came up with the idea to make coats for all of the dogs to wear over the winter to keep them warm and prominently display their need for a home. She was with me on the first Black Dog Walk and is now a leader of the Ogden pack. My mother has fallen in love with every dog she meets. She spent hours making coats of all colors and sizes. I could go on and on about why she is a great mother to me. As has been mentioned in past newsletters. many of them are alive and well today. And because of her efforts. She is currently making t-shirts for the dogs to wear during the warmer weather. it has become clear that Remy IS home. she and my daughters have gone to the shelter to meet and take pictures of the Rescue Me dogs that were profiled.The Rescue Me dogs that we have profiled in the Ogden area have all had much improved odds of finding a home and many of them have had happy endings. I love you and I thank you for all that you do.
Adopt instead! Comments? Ideas? Feedback? I'd love to hear from you.unkind to put him through such a drastic change. You will find dog news. Education and awareness is the only way to stop puppy mills. These are businesses that could quickly be shut down if people stopped purchasing the puppies. Please spread the word. Be the voice for so many dogs that may never set foot outside a wire kennel. It's an hour show that speaks volumes. If this was forwarded to you. “a picture is worth a thousand words. but I know you are happy and this is what's best for you. I couldn't have made it through this past year without you by my side. we will certainly be adding a new member to our family. It will be hard to say goodbye next week. With so many lives that need saving. Rescue Paws is the monthly newsletter for dogs and their people published by Black Dog Rescue Project. Each month. please help us spread the word and forward this to your friends and family. Rescue Paws will be delivered to your inbox. Set your DVR's to record this and share with your friends and families. Dog Speak Everyone has heard the saying. . In this Issue Headlines : Spring is Here! Time for a Walk. As the girls and I begin our new chapter in Colorado and look to start a Black Dog Walk here. Remy is thriving at my parents home and we have decided that he will stay with my parents and his bestest canine buddy Zenna. animal planet is running a special on their Petland investigation. it will be a difficult choice.” This month. know where it came from. but we look forward to finding that right match for us. We know you are out there and we can't wait to meet you.. please take a moment to subscribe to Rescue Paws. Be the voice for these thousands of dogs living in horrible conditions hidden from the rest of the world. If you absolutely must buy a puppy.. Just hit reply to this email and tell me what you think!Spread the Word… Save a Life! Black Dog Rescue Project News for Dogs and their People Hello. information on what’s happening at Black Dog Rescue Project and tips on how to better communicate with your dog If you like what you find here. To my dear Remy. Our solution of course is to stop buying puppies altogether.
. it is easy to feel that it would be a huge undertaking and would be quite difficult to get started. The birds are chirping. you need to determine how often you want to walk. If you have a black dog and your neighbor has a black dog and a friend has a black dog. Utah. Our experience has been the exact opposite of this and when I have talked to folks about starting a walk.Black Dog Rescue Project : Making a Difference. the sun is shining and it feels great to get out and enjoy the beautiful outdoors! Now that spring is here. is all it takes to spread the word. If you have a relationship with your local shelter or local rescue group and are able to have homeless dogs walk with you. the first rule above. They are willing to step up and begin to save the lives of dogs and bring awareness about black dog syndrome to their community. You can walk weekly. you will be absolutely amazed at the impact you are able to have.. bi-weekly or monthly. Look at the walk as nothing more than a group of dogs and their people taking a stroll together. This simple act of walking together as a pack.. it is quite rewarding to help them directly in this manner. Dog Speak : Trash Hounds Headlines Spring is Here! It's Time for a Walk.. . the world will be a better place and so many. Depending on your availability and current commitments. Favorite Things : Ogden Walk Pack Members Remy’s World : Thriving Without Me. this is certainly not necessary in order to spread the word and make a difference. I know that if we can get walks started in communities across the states and even around the globe. However. The key is to pick a time that works and stick to it. A regular schedule makes it easier for new and future pack members to remember to come out and join you. the 3 of you could walk together this weekend and begin to make a difference. When considering starting a walk in your community. We found that as few as 3 dogs together will cause people to take notice. Please see the article below in the Favorite Things section to read more about the Ogden Pack and the Difference the Walk is making for the dogs in Ogden. keep it simple! Following are a few things to think about when starting a walk in your community and to help you get started: 1.Schedule – Decide how often you want to walk.. A Black Dog Walk is amazingly simple and easy to start. the first piece of advice I have is KEEP IT SIMPLE. I want to thank everyone that has considered starting a walk. we have received several inquiries from passionate folks asking how to get a dog walk started near them.. I promise that if you are willing to put forth just a small bit of effort. many dogs will be forever grateful and ALIVE because of it. Remember.
Get the Word Out – It is not difficult to recruit new pack members as long as you let people know about the walk. a popular park. Wearing the same shirts or same color will help get your noticed. We will create a page on our website to promote your walk. Posting information online on Craigslist or other online community boards is also an easy way to reach a large number of people. Both of my daughters love getting the chance to spend time getting to . you will be responsible for saving lives in your community. If you are ready and willing to start a Black Dog Walk in your community. Thank you for your passion and commitment. 4.Have Fun and Keep it Simple! .com Rescue Me : Since publishing last month’s newsletter.Location – The location of your walk will impact the success of your walk. You may choose to hold your walk at a downtown shopping district. 3. vets or grocery stores is a good way to spread the word.2. Jazz and Duke. This page will contain the times and location of your walk and you can add photos and stories to the page as well. and this can only be done if you are able to meet and talk to people along your walk. Hand out cards with information about Black Dog Syndrome and your walk contact information to people you meet on your walks. We will create a flyer for you that can be downloaded and printed and posted on local community boards. The idea is to spread the word. A rescue organization is fostering Rusty and Jenkins. You need a location that is popular and one where you would encounter a variety of people. Posting information on community boards at the local banks. Add colorful bandanas to your dogs to help them stand out in the crowd. we have found homes for Oakie. Unfortunately we lost sweet Parsley. or even walk through your subdivision. There are many dogs lives that will be saved because of your efforts. 5.Get Noticed – Order a shirt from Black Dog Rescue Project or create your own. Black Dog Rescue Project will do everything we can to help support you. He is a bit scared at the shelter and is confused by his change in circumstances. THANK YOU for considering starting a walk in your community. If you have any questions. We will also be happy to help you and answer any questions that you may have. By walking your dog as part of a pack and spreading the word about Black Dog Syndrome.Walking your dog is something you should be doing on a regular basis already. Carlos is currently our profiled dog. please contact me directly at sherri@blackdogrescueproject.
We are certain that Carlos will blossom in a a new home and hope that someone is willing to open their heart to this special boy. Nicole. Because the walks have been so successful at helping to increase adoption rates and spread the word about Black Dog Syndrome. The Ogden Utah Black Dog Walk Pack is a group of these type of special people that will forever hold a place in my heart. When I left Utah a couple months ago. Some of these dogs have even come back to join us on future walks with their new families. so when there are enough people to walk all of the dogs. Within a couple of weeks. Sara. we meet special people that change our world. Below is a photo of the pack on Saturday. The Black Dog Walk in Ogden has been going now for 6 months. Utah. and all the rest of you. We have had successful adoptions as a direct result of someone on the street meeting one the dogs we had with us and falling in love. Loa. We now have shop owners that look forward to us stopping by each week and regular pack members that join us each week. I miss each member and think of them every Saturday morning. Each member of this pack is a special person.. 2009. the Ogden pack was able to walk nearly EVERY dog that was at the local shelter. Bryanna.. the Ogden Black Dog Walk had a record 18 dogs walking together.know the dogs that we profile. the shelter had relatively few dogs and only a couple of the dogs were black. That first walk was just my mother and I and my 2 daughters. Jen. In that short amount of time. Dan. THANK YOU and much love to you for all that you do! Keep . We have been featured in the local paper and the shelter has seen an increase in traffic and an increase in the number of adoptions. On the last weekend of September. Angela. we held our first walk in Ogden. I moved to Colorado for a new job and I have not been able to walk with the pack each week. they add in the pit bull mixes who also have tough times finding homes. Indeed it has. Because of the great turnout. Each member is dedicated to the cause and everyone has become friends. Ogden pack members continue to walk each week and I know that the word will continue to spread and they will be making a difference each week and well into the future. Every dog at a shelter needs a chance at finding a forever home. I couple of months ago. we have been able to make a big impact on the community and in the lives of dogs in need. Carlos responded quite well to my youngest daughter and the photo above captures a tender moment between them. My mother walked her dog and we handed out a few flyers and spoke to a few folks. we were able to work with the local shelter and we started by just walking one shelter dog and several other folks joined us with their dogs. Favorite Things Now and again in this life. Just this past Saturday. My daughters and I walked our dog. I knew that the walks would continue and word would continue to spread despite my absense.
He is happy in his home and I am just a visitor now. I know from experience that it's never pleasant to come home to trash scattered throughout the trash. make sure that the trash can has a lid that can be secured. but I am so happy to see this amazing little guy not just be a happy dog. Dog Speak Does your dog devour the trash every chance he gets? This can be a dangerous and costly habit. I was greeted by a happy and excited pup who went through his typical antics of spinning and barking and tail twitching as I entered through the door. He no longer looks out the door and waits for me. I was treated to the same behavior for much of the weekend. I'll be the first to admit that my feelings were hurt just a little. I wrote about having to leave Remy behind for a while as I began my new job in Colorado. His actions kept confirming for me that he was happy to see me and glad I was there. He would briefly hop up on my lap for petting.up the great work! Remy's World Previously. It is heartwarming to watch Remy grow and be able to bond and connect with others. and the temptation is far too great. but to see him thriving after such a horrible start in life. within seconds of his typical greeting behavior he stopped and backed up and barked at me from a distance and walked away. I'm happy to see you. but you left me and I'm doing just fine without you. He no longer runs into my room trying to find me. I was worried about how he would cope with me being gone. Remy is the king of all trash hounds. It was almost as if he was saying. I have had several dogs in my life that never bothered the trash no matter how easily accessible it was. I am happy to report that Remy is doing well without me and seemed to be trying to tell me that when I flew home for a visit. This nasty habit can also make your dog sick and result in costly vet bills. but he was more than fine without me. . The best way to stop your dog from trash diving is to secure the trash out of the dogs reach. but did not stay for long. It is nearly impossible to train your dog to stay out of the trash.Lids – If your trashcan is out in the room. 2. There are too many good things in that can.Child Proof Door Locks – If you keep your trash under the sink or inside a cabinet. A few simple ideas to prevent your dog from trash diving are: 1. But I have also had dogs that would do everything and anything to get into the trash and devour what they found and scatter the bits and pieces throughout the house. add child proof door locks to prevent your dog from being able to open the cabinet. We found an inexpensive trashcan that had a locking mechanism on the lid. However. I was told that there was no change in his behavior after I left.
Just hit reply to this email and tell me what you think!Spread the Word… Save a Life! Black Dog Rescue Project Some of our Akitas currently looking for new homes. though. We think of them as "smart" because they learn behaviors quickly and will repeat them endlessly and eagerly. After all. § § § § Akita Behaviour & Temperament . Even breeds not classed in these groups such as Papillons and Poodles have that background." that is. In that case. he will communicate it to the owner. . They must be what shepherds describe as "biddable. I wouldn't ask my accountant to wire my house nor would I go to a plumber for brain surgery. you have to look at function. What would a shepherd do if his helper suddenly decided that running back and forth around the sheep was boring? Although these dogs are capable. Hand weights or a bag of sand or gravel could do the trick. it's hardly a surprise that most of the dogs achieving it are herders or gun dogs. Poodles were originally retrievers and Papillons were bred down from spaniels. I talk to the new buyers about training classes and discuss a few problems they might encounter because they have an Akita and not a Border Collie. when the master gives a command. elk. Comments? Ideas? Feedback? I'd love to hear from you. and boar--activities which make them a hound. Herding and gun dogs are the telephone operators of the dog world. they located. try adding some weights to the bottom of the can. the dog should hasten to obey it unless he has a compelling reason not to. they performed different jobs which required very different skills. The forerunners of the breed were used to hunt large game in the mountainous territory of Dewa Province on the Japanese island of Honshu.Weigh it down – If your dog is knocking over the trashcan to get at the goods.The type that you have to step on to open the lid can also work well until your dog figures it out! 3. Looking at the way an obedience trial championship is obtained. they are not particularly "independent" dogs. Accompanied by a hunter. back in the days when dogs actually did work for people. and held or tackled bear. sooner or later. you expect him to go after the last duck just like he went after the first.Page 21 Page 21 of 32 Training Akitas § § § Before I send them off. but where do they fit in the obedience picture in terms of working traits? To determine this. Akitas are shown in the working group. If you take a retriever duck hunting. indeed must be capable. of independent decisions. followed.
the prey sets the pace and determines the course. the Karelian Bear Dog. American Eskimo. the Akita fits nicely with this group of dogs. you have to balance the two by mixing a variety of exercises. Alaskan Malamute. Akita puppies show little persistence. Some of our Akitas currently looking for new homes. Obviously. and the hunter must be adaptable. he is physically tough with a high pain threshold which was probably increased through selective breeding when he was used as a fighting dog. This doesn't mean he won't do it. Norwegian Elkhound. and tails that curl upwards in some fashion. They often attack the mop but abandon the attack after a few seconds. Once boredom sets in. just that he might not. and by keeping training a manageable challenge. praise him and go on a couple of other exercises regardless of what the rest of the class is doing. using short training times.Page 22 Page 22 of 32 Boredom § § § How do these idiosyncrasies translate to training? Akitas. Hounds must be flexible in their responses. the dog looses interest. Siberian Husky. Characteristics which suit them for their jobs do not necessarily produce a stellar obedience performer. Norwegian Buhund. mesocephalic heads with oblique-set eyes. These dogs have certain common traits: short. and it does so quickly. the Korean Kendo. After all. The problem is that dogs learn by repetition. when your Akita has done two great figure eights. Of course.Evaluating them in terms of appearance. Even as early as seven weeks on the PAT. and guards. § § § § Akita Behaviour & Temperament . Like the Elkhound and Karelian. the Russian Laika. like many hounds. The Akitas will chase a ball that rolls . Samoyed. ready to abandon one strategy in favor of another. he is a hunting or hound/spitz. so as a trainer. as well as all the native Japanese dogs. which means repetition is not the key to successful training. have a very low tolerance for repetition. Keeshond. in class. Greenland Eskimo Dog. Therefore. while Rottweiler puppies in the same situation may have to be pulled off of it. instead of doing three more. he has a core of independence that makes him unable to always do what you want. The working representatives of this group have served as sled and pack dogs and hunters. double coats. you need to discuss this with your trainer first so she doesn't think you're being uncooperative. In common with the northern/hound types. they obviously derive from "spitz" or "Northern Dog" ancestry. Representatives are found throughout the Arctic and northern temperate areas and include the Pomeranian.type dog. From both his function as a hound and his heritage as a northern dog. erect ears.
You have to work harder to reinforce correct responses and learn to shrug off those times when your dog adds a new wrinkle. then sit when he is away from you. For the obedience trainer. take much longer to go from the specific to the general. the puppy tends to repeat what he did the first. § § § § Akita Behaviour & Temperament . jump off to the side and explore their surroundings the first time. Dogs that stereotype quickly are easy to train. done a second time." so to speak. it makes it more flexible. one of the things we do is put them on a box. these traits present a real challenge. just because they did it one way first does not mean they will do it the same way next time. Some of our Akitas currently looking for new homes. In most herding and sporting breeds. For instance. on the other hand.Page 23 Page 23 of 32 Generalization § § § Another problem is the Akita's slowness in generalizing from a specific learned behavior. Variable Behavior They also tend to vary their behavior rather than stereotyping it quickly. while others never have a clue. Akitas. and call them. chain them together. A German Shepherd will quickly learn to sit anywhere because he generalizes well. even if it is falling off the box backwards! Akita puppies may jump off towards the tester once and to the side the second time. . A resistance to stereotypical behavior does not make a dog dumb. Then you teach him sit in front. and go right to the tester the second. Instead of expecting the dog to grasp the concept. Some Akitas seem to have an "Aha!" experience and suddenly get the point. He is able to make the connection that the same action is called for regardless of where he is spatially. your dog may be beside you in the heel position. Akitas tend to try more than one approach to any problem. you may have to break the exercise into many component parts and teach each as a separate step and then. stand in front of them. when you begin teaching the sit.in front of them but quickly loose interest in favor of some other activity. One of the characteristics we consider "smart" in a breed is the ability to consistently repeat a learned behavior. They might jump off once and refuse a second time. When we test puppies. He will seem to understand the concept of "sit.
All the class Goldens learned to scoot into position without ever really getting up. they need to try a different training method that takes into account a slower ability to generalize. the dog had to move too. The dog must get up and reseat itself in the proper heel position. whie Teresa was still trying to teach her dog that when Teresa moved. In this exercise. the dog and handler stand in a heel position with the dog sitting. In discussing this subject with a friend who is training an Akita in Open. The handler then shifts her position. a quarter turn to the left.They may have more trouble with some exercises than others. in place. she said she thought it applied to the problem she had with teaching the quarter turn. Obviously. .
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