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Viewing all posts found for user JoanEK
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Posted on: 8:37:51 PM 12/12/2006

Here's something I've been confused about, maybe some of you GSD specialists would know: in the dog world, what is the reputation of the Monks of New Skete in Upstate New York? I read a couple of their dog training books when they came out, which w...

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Posted on: 8:35:51 PM 12/11/2006

I think on the Internet in general it's possible to debate an issue without showing disrespect for people who disagree with you. Not so much here. I've seen a higher level of discourse and civility between people on opposite sides of abortion.

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Posted on: 7:34:12 PM 12/11/2006

This is old news I guess. But on all the dog boards I've been on, the battle lines are always going to be about breeding, and the lines are drawn between the "snobs" and the "hicks." There is no middle ground. The show breeders usually like to poun...

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Posted on: 3:21:50 PM 12/11/2006

I've never been on a Dog forum that wasn't contentious. I'm not contentious myself on music or genealogy or bicycling boards, but something about writing about our dogs brings out the bugging eyes, the bared fangs, the flattened ears, the low growl...

Posted on: 10:25:38 AM 12/11/2006

This thread maybe got off to a rocky start with the tag line "Why you shouldn’t." Even if most people shouldn't, for all the good reasons raised, it does imply that others know more than I do about how I celebrate the holidays. It can work fine, i...

Posted on: 12:51:28 PM 12/2/2006

My first-hand experience is also isolated. My last Lab, Samson, was put down with osteosarcoma. Since he lived 10 years he was maybe considered a success, healthwise. I didn't think so. My current Lab has been under treatment for Addison's disease...

Posted on: 8:14:51 PM 12/1/2006

To criticize a study's conclusion, wouldn't you normally point to something in its methodology that you think they did wrong? Sounds like the critique is just that the study authors are scientists, and that science is inherently untrustworthy. Int...

Posted on: 6:51:09 PM 12/1/2006

If I call someone a "self-proclaimed scientist" I'm talking about a fraud, somebody who acts as if they know things they don't. What I wouldn't apply that to: credentialed professionals publishing in a peer-reviewed journal.

Don't get m...

Posted on: 6:26:48 PM 12/1/2006

I've never had a small dog, but I've seen litter boxes designed for them to use like cats. Would a pug/beagle mix be the right size to try that?

Posted on: 5:35:20 PM 12/1/2006

wow you two successfully made this thread go way off topic...let's try to bring it back shall we?

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Well okay, but wouldn't that entail looking at tables and reading dense text and contemplating a really depressing conclusio...

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