Good friend Bill Agler talks about an unresponsive dog. Several years back, I was out hunting quail with a friend of mine and this friend of mine had a shock caller for his dog. And so we're out hunting quail in this area where there's a bunch of high brush. So the dog is working back and forth and it's a pointing dog. So they kind of let the dog go out, kind of far away. And my friend decides that he wants to call the dog back. So he says, hey, Jack, come and Jack did not come. Here Jack come, and Jack did not come. So my friend pulls out the controller for the shock caller and gives him a little tap. Here Jack (zap) Jack didn't come. So he said, let's try that again. So here, Jack, (zap) nothing happened. So he starts to get a little upset with old Jack, actually makes the voltage a little bit higher, tries again here, Jack. (zap) And nothing happened here, (zap) Jack. Nothing happened. So now my friend is really irritated. And so he turns it up to full voltage says here, Jack, (zap) and nothing happened. Anyway, we didn't know what to do, so we kept walking through the sagebrush. And after a couple of minutes here, comes Jack back. And guess what? Jack did not have the collar on. My friend had forgotten to put the collar on. Oh, well. Great story, Bill. Thanks for sharing it.