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Viewing all posts found for user eminnyw
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Posted on: 10:47:02 PM 6/18/2008

Yes, yes... I saw that noted in several places.....But it doesn't matter!!! On purpose or by accident, we, the humans, are still responsible for them......

Posted on: 10:41:05 PM 6/18/2008

Yes, but she may end up putting the dog to sleep, catlover. Therefore anything that is SAFE is worth a try at least. I said that maybe not some things because he could "present a danger," but it might be worth checking into. Comprende? I really am go...

Posted on: 10:21:14 PM 6/18/2008

Unfortunately, Horsemama is correct....Whether she copied and pasted the info. or not. All of us, including MYSELF, are irresponsible to breed pets on purpose that are already overpopulated. People want a "shiny new dog", not one from the pound. Then...

Posted on: 12:58:44 PM 6/18/2008

A kennel would be worth a try, before you put him to sleep. If the kennel agrees to tackle him, of course.....Try ANYTHING before putting him to sleep. And yes, "cat lover", i said that a farm wouldn't be good because he could be a danger. Can't you ...

Posted on: 2:13:31 AM 6/18/2008

All this talk of "powdering a dog wrinkles" and "using earplugs" is very entertaining and making me laugh. = ) It is so funny what people go through for their animals. It is nice to see that people do care about their pets though.... I wish I could...

Posted on: 12:05:11 AM 6/18/2008

I was laughing at some of the posts on this one. People at such opposite ends of the spectrum. One acting like the dog would be electrocuted and the other acting as if the dog was suffering if in the crate for even a moment. Moderation, people! = ) ...

Posted on: 11:46:46 PM 6/17/2008

Wow......It sounds like you are carrying quite a burden. First of all, if you do get rid of the dog you have, wait awhile before you get another. I think you will all need time to recover, and give yourselves a chance to forget all the negativity. <...

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