Advice Wanted for People Who Shouldn't Have Dogs pt 3

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Advice Wanted for People Who Shouldn't Have Dogs pt 3

Post by The Puppy Wizar » Thu, 29 Jul 2004 11:54:52



HOWEDY marie,


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> Off the top of my head:

Before you start with any sage advice,
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
new "trainer."

You been havin any LUCK, marie?

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> 1)  Find a lab owner (whom you respect)

Like lying frosty dahl, perhaps? Or HOWE
abHOWET lyingdogDUMMY aka tommy soronson?

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>  to talk to your friend.

"Birds of a feather..."

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>  Have them explain how labs' are mouthy,
> chewy, energetic, brainless balls of fur

That's a lie, marie. You want your mentally
ill lying dog abusing coward pal shelly to
prevail upon her mentally ill pal to lie
abHOWET dogs?

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> that *maybe* start to receive their brain
> cells through the mail when they're two

Your own dog Macul ain't a Lab and she's
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.

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> and who's puppyhood/adolescence lasts
> for about 3-5 years.

Tha's INSANE.

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> 2)  Ask your friend this question, "...are
> you fully prepared to have a second baby
> at this time?"

Your dog is HOWETA control cause you
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.

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> Because that's what they'll be getting with a puppy.

That's UNTRUE. Your a mental case, marie.

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>  The second baby--with all the sleepless nights,

That's BUNK.

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>  constant clean-up, sibling rivallry, baby-proofing
> required*, living by an infant's schedule instead
> of your own, energy drain--without maternity leave
> to look after it.

That's all caused by mishandling. Raising a
puppy is EZ if you don't punish scold ***
bribe and lock them in boxes.

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> *When hubby and I moved into this house,
> 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.

So you punished and intiidated her till
she went NUTS on you.

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>  The toys all had to be put up and away:

Cause you don't know HOWE to train your dog.

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>   how's their two-year-old going to like that?

Dogs and kids go together like hand in glove.

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> Marie

You are the PROBLEMS, not the dogs.
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> > 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

 
 
 

Advice Wanted for People Who Shouldn't Have Dogs pt 3

Post by The Puppy Wizar » Fri, 30 Jul 2004 02:34:28


HOWEDY lush,

Your dog is hyperactive and HOWETA CON-TROLL
on accHOWENT of you abuse your dogs. Your case
history is in The Amazing Puppy Wizard's Archives
on Google.com.

You bums AIN'T gettin away with blamin the dog noMOORE.

You can't post your lies abuse and bullshit here abHOWETS noMOORE.

The Amazing Puppy Wizard. <{} ; ~  )  >


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> > Off the top of my head:

> > 1)  Find a lab owner (whom you respect) to talk to your
friend.  Have them
> > explain how labs' are mouthy, chewy, energetic, brainless
balls of fur
> that
> > *maybe* start to receive their brain cells through the mail
when they're
> two
> > and who's puppyhood/adolescence lasts for about 3-5 years.

> Do you need any photo's of the damage a teething gundog is
capable of? - OK,
> she's not a lab, but by all accounts the gundogs are among the
worst when it
> comes to chewing.

> I have a good bit of plaster missing from my walls with quite
distinctive
> teeth marks... and then there's the damage an adolescent can do
when she
> doesn't feel that its fair that she's not been invited to jump
all over the
> house guests (ie, baby gated in the 'safe room' while showing a
customer
> some work stuff in another room - I can send you a lovely piccy
of a carpet
> ripped in two :))...

> And I have 2 pairs of shoes with the backs chewed off (or rather
one of each
> of 2 pairs - just wearable for rough wear - she also has a thing
for
> removing the toes of pointy toed shoes - I threw those out I'm
afraid... )
> and that's with me being at home full time, no kids and I use a
cage at
> night /if I had to go out when her teething was at its worst.

> Diana