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Posted on: 11:20:10 PM 7/9/2009

I think you are getting far too emotionally invested in this conversation. You are taking it way too personally and should take a breath and re-evaluate the situation. This is just a discussion on a message board.

I am not claiming that ...

Posted on: 11:10:21 PM 7/9/2009

At this moment, I only have one dog, a Sheltie that is two. As you saw from my other thread, I'm going to be adding a beagle very soon...

edit: she is on my ...

Posted on: 11:04:27 PM 7/9/2009

"Yeah, they are so cute that they have to be locked up in cages their whole lives! Haven't we seen this here in the USA, I think they are called, um, what is the word? Oh yeah, PUPPY MILLS!!!"

Well this conversation turned into a bi...

Posted on: 10:55:28 PM 7/9/2009

One of the main purposes of crate training, other than safety, is to housetrain a dog. Kind of defeats the purpose of crating them if you think it's a good idea for them to go in the crate and then lay in it.

Well optimally, in a pe...

Posted on: 10:48:28 PM 7/9/2009

"WOW! If you think leaving your puppy in a crate during the day for at least 4 hours in it's own urine and feces is a good idea, then I guess your right! I guess the rest of us "normal" pet owners are just stupid for not keeping our puppies coope...

Posted on: 5:12:58 PM 7/9/2009

For those who might be interested, here is the description of what Russian scientists did with wild foxes:


Posted on: 5:09:38 PM 7/9/2009

To the OP..

Well the most you can do in this situation is make sure that the dogs find good homes. Its good that you won't consider dumping them or giving them up... I would just try to make sure each one gets their own home though. Havi...

Posted on: 5:03:36 PM 7/9/2009

I'm glad you are coming around to the puppy... It sounds like its in good hands, despite everything else..

Posted on: 4:34:43 PM 7/9/2009

Well in all fairness, I think you are being played to illicit a response.. but I do understand that by screening, the dog wouldn't go to someone who would breed them like this.. My point though, has been that they'd simply get a dog somewhere else. ...

Posted on: 4:21:48 PM 7/9/2009

Wild animals typically can not be domesticated for several generations, and I would not trust them at all.

I read something about a Russian domestication program that worked on either wolves or foxes (I can't remember). It took about 4-...

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