I haven't given Maggie any greenies, simply because they are so controversial. I'm not taking any chances with her health. And just because your dog loves them, doesn't mean they are good for him. Maggie happens to like to eat horseshit, but I'm certainly not going to give her a 10lb bag for Christmas just because she likes it!
Hahaa...good one catlover...good one. I don't know what a greenie is, nor do I care because I won't be giving them to my dogs. But on a side not, Puggles are the best breed? No, Chihuahuas are * eye roll*.
Lol. Wow, a champion bitch of which breed? No one is hating on your puggle. I think they're kinda cute, but to use you're word "hyped." The breed of the moment. She's just saying they're not a recognized breed.
***Edited By: Reevka on 12/7/2005 7:36:27 PM*** Reason: xxxx
Right on. And besides personality being so different, they differ in size, shape and form. Where are these trend dogs coming from?! Someone could't keep their pug and beagle seperated and got lucky. Instead of a mishaped freak, a cute little masked puppy. Dumb luck I suppose. There's no "hate" for the puggle or any other mixes. All dogs are wonderful!
Kishon, sounds like you've gotta lot to learn, not only about dog breeds, but about the ways of the world as well. It would do you no good to sue the store where you purchased greenies, they are simply the retailer not the manufacturer. Sure you could sue them, but they'd be dismissed out of the case very early on because they have no responsibility to the consumer for the product. Not to mention it's people like you that refuse to take responsibility for your own actions or inactions that are the first to sue expecting to gain some major windfall for their own lack of intelligence. What makes it even worse and just feeds the fire is that many companies sued are forced to pay out some amount of "nuisance value" monies just to avoid the exorbitant costs of litigation. It's much cheaper in the long run to give some dumba$$ a few thousand dollars to go away than it is to spend years in litigation.
I agree. I don't think it is such a great idea to give your dog something that may be harmful, just to say that if it does harm him/her you can recieve a lot of money. Wouldn't it be better to do all you can to avoid that harm, and have a healthy pet?
I got a few free ones from the "free geenies" sight. My dogs loves them, but not anymore than his pork necks. So I think I'll save all that money and just buy him a steak which I think he'll like more.