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      This is going to get expensive

      Not sure if you ever seen Amazon Dash buttons if you didn't know. You can get them for about anything you use a lot, soap, paper towels, TP, and even dog treats. Just push the button they show up 2 days later.

      This could get very expensive

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      Oh yeah, I've tried to avoid those, even though having paper towels or toilet paper delivered here would be convenient. And that would probably be more useful than trying to determine an interval for automatic delivery- I'd probably end up with a basement full of paper products. Hmmm, dog treats, you say?

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      Jeff, I would not leave that laying around to where Hemi could get to it. You just taught him how to use it and it sounds just like a clicker. I could see a truck load of treats at your front door one day.

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      Oh geez, I can see disaster written all over that. With 4 kids in the house, DD would never know what is showing up on her doorstep. Hemi knows the secret now. You know he will make the connection. Even something as innocent as putting the button in your back pocket. Talk about butt dialing.

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      I've never heard of or seen a Dash button before so I had to look it up. Found this in the description: "Order Protection. Ensures Dash Button responds only to your first press until your order is delivered."

      I thought that was a great feature until I realized you said delivery's in 2 days. I'm with Blackboy98 on this one - you better keep that button out of Hemi's reach.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Blackboy98 View Post
      Jeff, I would not leave that laying around to where Hemi could get to it. You just taught him how to use it and it sounds just like a clicker. I could see a truck load of treats at your front door one day.
      Thats actually how I knew he could "click" it. He taught himself how to use a clicker. I use the ones that look pretty much like the dash buttons. You know with clicker training "Click" means treat. One time we were training and the TV was on and I got distracted by something that came on TV. I had the clicker in my hand but I wasn't clicking. So he walked right up and clicked it himself and looked at me like where is my treat. Ever since then when ever I get the clicker out and I am not clicking fast enough he will come over and click it himself.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Jeff View Post
      So he walked right up and clicked it himself and looked at me like where is my treat. Ever since then when ever I get the clicker out and I am not clicking fast enough he will come over and click it himself.
      That Hemi is a riot! I guess you should be more circumspect in what you teach that boy to do or he will soon take over the running of the household to his satisfaction even more than it already seems.

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      Oh heck no!!! That is just not feasible!! Lol, are you CRAZY???

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      Me thinks you've created a monster!

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      You better put that thing under lock and key!!!

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