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Posted: 08-Nov-2004, 06:59 PM
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Well thank you, dragonboy! Very nice of you to say. I hope to get a better pic of me with my dogs as they were trying their best to get away...........neither one like to be held.............the nerve! LOL


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QUOTE (CelticRose @ 08-Nov-2004, 07:31 PM)
Well thank you, dragonboy! Very nice of you to say. I hope to get a better pic of me with my dogs as they were trying their best to get away...........neither one like to be held.............the nerve! LOL

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Posted: 16-Dec-2004, 01:50 AM
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~ I just glanced at the title of this Forum, 'How Should a Dog be Treated Right?'..Well, Right now, to the Right of me, my lil' guy Chance is laying on the Right side of the bed across 3 of my pillows...so....that is how, according to him, Dogs should be treated Right.... lol.gif cheers.gif
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Posted: 16-Dec-2004, 11:27 AM
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I think dressing a dog up is a little fruity, but at least they aren't on the other end of the spectrum. I would rather see someone pay too much attention to their animals than not enough. Too many people consider their pets as "just animals." They leave their dogs chained up outside all the time and show them no attention whatsoever, or use them as puppy making machines, or let them sit and die instead of getting them vet care because it's "too expensive," or have them put down because their new apartment doesn't allow pets. These are the people that need to be dealt with (and HARSHLY! Grr...), not old ladies that like to pretend their animals are their children.


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Posted: 16-Dec-2004, 02:30 PM
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QUOTE (HeatherMarie @ 16-Dec-2004, 11:34 AM)
I think dressing a dog up is a little fruity, but at least they aren't on the other end of the spectrum. I would rather see someone pay too much attention to their animals than not enough. Too many people consider their pets as "just animals." They leave their dogs chained up outside all the time and show them no attention whatsoever, or use them as puppy making machines, or let them sit and die instead of getting them vet care because it's "too expensive," or have them put down because their new apartment doesn't allow pets. These are the people that need to be dealt with (and HARSHLY! Grr...), not old ladies that like to pretend their animals are their children.

I am a basically non-violent person, but the things you describe bring out my "Irish". Isolating a dog in the back yard away from their "pack" is one of the most cruel things you can do to them. GRRRRR.......
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All those things you mentioned, Heathermarie, really gets my temper flared too!
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Posted: 17-Dec-2004, 09:00 AM
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"Proper" punishment would be to chain the owner, naked, to the same tree for a few days. Let them live with their own filth, being fed and watered (if you feel like it) out of filthy bowels. thumbs_up.gif
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QUOTE (maisky @ 17-Dec-2004, 07:00 AM)
"Proper" punishment would be to chain the owner, naked, to the same tree for a few days. Let them live with their own filth, being fed and watered (if you feel like it) out of filthy bowels. thumbsup.gif

You said it right on Maisky. Some people act like dogs don't have any feelings. It makes me so MAD! These people are just plain evil.gif
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QUOTE (maisky @ 17-Dec-2004, 09:00 AM)
"Proper" punishment would be to chain the owner, naked, to the same tree for a few days. Let them live with their own filth, being fed and watered (if you feel like it) out of filthy bowels. thumbsup.gif

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I'm surprised I never saw this thread before, but then again, that will happen when you don't post for months! My wife and I recently had to give our two cats up for adoption due to allergy problems related to having the cats. It hurt to let them go and we both miss them very much. The thing that neither of us wanted to do was to just drop the cats off on the side of the road or at the pound...either way they would face danger in the wild, which wouldn't have been good for two little indoor felines. And I knew that the pound would probably put them down if they weren't adopted. That was a very depressing thought to me and something we would never have been able to bear.

So, we took the two, Tigger (a grayish-blueish male tabby, 2 yrs old) and Patches (a tortoiseshell, year and a half old) to a local Humane Society where they are guaranteed a good home!

We still have my little Jack Russell mix dog, Maggie (about 4 years), and she is wild as ever! All of the animals are indoor animals which is best because we don't have any land or a backyard for them to play in...I feel the same regarding animals in respect to giving them attention. They are beautiful creatures, God's creatures, and they deserve respect, attention, and most importantly love!


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Haldur, I understand where you are coming from. Having to outplace a member of your family is very hard. I had to do that once. Circumstances required it. I hated it. I have promised myself that I will NEVER, EVER do it again, no matter what.
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O'siyo Haldur,
~ First off let me say Ni Ya We (thank you) for taking those babies to a Humane Society..I volunteer with our local Humane Society and the 'babies' that I have to go pick up from various locations is just heart-wrenching..I have confidence that they will get a fantastic home..I am sorry that you had to 'give them up' but, when health issues are at hand, I understand..I hope the void from their absence subsides for you and your wife..you did an admirable deed..and I have much admiration for you and your wifes decision..by the way I just adore Jack Russells...they are so smart!
~ That is the problem with the Pounds..in this area they give dogs around 10 days to be adopted and they give cats about 6 days while giving kittens around 7 days..So as often as possible I make a bi-weekly 'run' to the Pound and rescue as many as I can..I take them out to the farm or I make arrangements for O'ginalli's (friends) to adopt them.. tongue.gif I will never be able to 'save' every animal but, the ones that I do rescue makes my heart swell so it's worth it sleep.gif
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freekenny, this is one of MANY reasons that I respect and admire you. You are a TRUE O'ginalli to all of nature and to many people here on CR. You are an inspiration of the highest order. beer_mug.gif
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