> Off the top of my head:
have you finally managed to get your
own HOWETA CON-TROLL hyperactive
fear aggressive dog Macula trained?
Last we looked you was fixin to go to
your sixth training course with yet another
You been havin any LUCK, marie?
abHOWET lyingdogDUMMY aka tommy soronson?
> chewy, energetic, brainless balls of fur
ill lying dog abusing coward pal shelly to
prevail upon her mentally ill pal to lie
> cells through the mail when they're two
over two and she's bitten a couple people
and has scared off your dog walkin pals
and she's generally HOWETA control,
despite CONSTANT TRAINING.
> for about 3-5 years.
> you fully prepared to have a second baby
> at this time?"
abuse her. That's HOWE COME ALL dogs
are HOWETA CON-TROLL. All behavior
problems are CAUSED BY MISHANDLING
not BREED or BAD GENES. Only MENTALLY
ILL handlers or naive fools who believe
professional dog trainers who get paid to hurt
dogs to train them have behavior problem dogs.
> required*, living by an infant's schedule instead
> of your own, energy drain--without maternity leave
> to look after it.
puppy is EZ if you don't punish scold ***
bribe and lock them in boxes.
> we childproofed it for visiting kids--breakable
> objects up high, lower shelves dedicated to
> stuffed animals and toys. Then Macula came
> to live here, and all of a sudden all those low
> shelves full of stuffies and book were just so
> many chew toys for her.
she went NUTS on you.
> > and for our newest installment...
> > after the "a Basset Hound is not a Boxer" loop-de-loop, i
> > thought things were pretty well squared away. oh boy. a
> > third party has a Lab who recently had puppies. this guy
> > wants my friend to take one of the puppies, because he's
> > having trouble finding homes for them. how do i A) explain to
> > her that his oops is not her problem and B) convince her that
> > her original plan of waiting until Spring and getting a
> > rescue/shelter dog (hopefully puppy, but i'm still working on
> > her on that detail) is still in her best interests?
> > i'm really afraid that a puppy is going to be too much for
> > them to handle. they both work full time and they've got a
> > 2yo. knowing them, i can't imagine them having the sort of
> > time or dedication to do a puppy any justice.
> > so, how *do* you convince someone that the cute puppy they
> > could have rightthisminute is almost certainly the wrong dog
> > for them?
> > --
> > shelly (perfectly foul wench) and elliott and harriet
> > http://www.moonsgarden.com/~scouvrette