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Posted on: 5:34:48 PM 11/19/2006

Well, the exact term "Donkey's behind" is a term that I actually use in normal every day conversation. I highly doubt that it's a bannable offense :)

You're right though, there are ways to suggest words that would likely not be accepta...

Posted on: 5:28:55 PM 11/19/2006

Thanks for this post. In the future, I'll just spell out the word "donkey" instead of using the other commonly accepted term. There's clearly enough disrespect being tossed around here freely in other forms, I certainly don't want to add to it. <...

Posted on: 5:19:03 PM 11/19/2006

I don't see how someone can call ME nasty and annoying, hehe. Nice try, no cigar.

I'm not the one that comes here and spits things out without asking the proper questions.

All I've done is suggest that some folks around here...

Posted on: 4:37:28 PM 11/19/2006

Heh. As my mother would say, what a bunch of phony bologna.


Posted on: 4:34:11 PM 11/19/2006


I remember even as a kid when we went through investigating breeders for yorkies, that everyone referred to them then as "teacups"....and that was..well, a long darned time ago.

I've never heard folks get so fired up ab...

Posted on: 4:22:13 PM 11/19/2006

What a beautiful baby.


Posted on: 4:17:47 PM 11/19/2006


I wish people would wait before they start assuming things and end up posting the snippy rude comments on threads...It's really disheartening to start reading a happy thread about someone's new pup only to find the same old garbage ...

Posted on: 1:36:12 PM 11/18/2006

Actually I've been told(and I've read in miscellaneous places) that cleaning up pet accidents in front of your dog can be misinterpreted as their actions being an acceptable behavior. In addition, some dogs view it as a form of attention and are a...

Posted on: 10:19:44 PM 11/17/2006

How old are you? Are you still in school? Do you work? Who is going to take care of the dog during the hours that you are at school or work?

He's used to having the freedom to come and go in and outside as he pleases. Do you have a f...

Posted on: 7:45:04 PM 11/17/2006

Well at least I'm not the only one...

I get a grey box, too...and a message that says I need to be registered to log in to chat, and to click on the register button below...except I'll be darned if I can find a button that says that, eve...

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