Maggie: 1990-2003

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Maggie: 1990-2003

Post by The Puppy Wizar » Sun, 14 Dec 2003 08:48:26



HOWEDY marquis de "read koehler for content" shaw,


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> Longtime readers of these newsgroups are already familiar

Yeah. The Puppy Wizard will WIZE up the new readers.
You're a dog abuser and liar and a coward and a mental
case. You run an illegal boarding business HOWETA
your HOWES and you shock customer's dogs and hide
that from them if their dogs come up with a case of
nervHOWESness.

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> with Maggie and her health
> issues, but for those who aren't:

Your dog had The Puppy Wizard's SYNDROME.

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> Our 13-year-old Labrador Retriever, Maggie,
> has had liver cancer for several years (that we
> know of).  She'd been kept alive and fairly happy
>with a combination of conventional and herbal medi-
> cine, but last Saturday she quit eating.  Tests revealed
> that her  kidneys were failing, so we made the decision
> to euthanize.  The  vet came to the house today.

Well, this belongs at alt.support.grief.pet-loss. Send
ed w of PET LOSS dot COIN or lightening strike some
of your ill gotten dough for a nice *** memorial.

<crop sad tail>

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> Mark Shaw

You know you can't post here abHOWETS noMOORE
cause you're a liar and a dog abuser and a coward and
a mental case.

      Elaine McClung, President of Pet Rescue, Animal
      Commissioner Brevard Co FL, writes:

      Hi Jerry,

      I received email from Mark Shaw on 10/6 which I just read
      today. Sorry I didn't have time to get to it sooner. We
      have had a lot going on in our area concerning animals.
      We formed a new Task Force to address spay/neuter, pet
      overpopulation and animal abuse. I needed to do a lot of
      research before the first meeting and time was just not
      available for anything else.

      Anyway the letter went on to say that we are in
      collusion, I tried to defraud him, and have sent none of
      the materials that he has asked for although he has yet
      to furnish the P. O. Box number that he wanted them sent
      to in the first place. He goes on to state that I am no
      longer eligible for the "fictions reward." All of this is
      in answer to postings that prove I was "sharing" his
      email with you which in his opinion was a breach of good
      manners. His email only had terms and conditions of the
      reward which I would consider "public information."

      Be that as it may, I would like to state that you had my
      permission to post any email I have sent you regarding
      DDR including this email.

      I'm very sorry that you have to put up with this type of
      situation from someone that obviously never intended to
      make good on his reward offer in the first place.

      I had a call from a friend of mine with a very aggressive
      cat. I have loaned her my DDR for a few weeks to see if
      it will calm JR down. I will let you know the results.
      She goes to the same holistic vet that I go to and he is
      also interested.

      In case Mark does post to the list again I would like to
      say that I do very much believe that DDR will help JR as
      I know it has helped my dogs and cats. I have entirely
      too much to do, to worry about his opinions or reward.

      The only reason I was willing to apply for the reward was
      on your behalf as I do think your product is a valuable
      tool in helping with aggression and other behavior
      problems.

      I am in Feral Cat Network (we spay and neuter
      approximately 100 feral cats a month), I am also a member
      of a local AKC dog obedience club, member of a local AKC
      agility club, president of Pet Rescue, board member of
      the Alliance for Care and Welfare of Animals (on the
      board are: county commissioner, vet. rep., rep. from
      AKC dog club, CFA cat club, assistant County manager,
      head of animal control, director of two different
      shelters, etc.) and Space Coast Feline Network
      http://www.moonsgarden.com/

      I listed these not to be on an ego trip but to let Mark
      know that I am involved with animals and have very little
      time to play games with him also I would not recommend
      your product if I did not believe in it.

      Please feel free to post this email as it has no
      copyright on it as did Mark Shaw's last email to me.

      Take care Jerry and don't let the Mark's of the world get
      you down.

      Elaine

      Thank you, Elaine. I have been trying to educate the
      mark's of this world, with some occasional successes. I
      guess that's variable reinforcement?

      Yours, Jerry.

Elaine McClung, President of Pet Rescue, Animal Commissioner
                 Brevard Co FL, writes: Sep 9, 2000

     "I ordered from Jerry a long time ago.. He was helpful
     and the order was filled promptly. Yes, Doggie Do Right
     does indeed exist.

     I "had" a very aggressive female Pit.. She was showing
     aggression not only towards Dok, Rhodesian Ridgeback,
     but our cats and even us.

     She now plays with Dok, even to the point of allowing him
     to take a toy or bone from her. She no longer shows any
     aggression towards us. She is showing some aggression
     towards the cats but that is down to a warning growl.

     It is not just my opinion that all this aggression
     existed before Doggie Do Right as we were advised by
     three vets to euthanize her.

     I do very much believe that DDR will help JR as I know it
     has helped my dogs and cats. I do think your product is a
     valuable tool in helping with aggression and other
     behavior problems.

     I am in Feral CatNetwork (we spay and neuter
     approximately 100 feral cats a month), I am also a member
     of a local AKC dog obedience club, member of a local AKC
     agility club, president of Pet Rescue, board member of
     the Alliance for Care and Welfare of Animals (on the
     board are: county commissioner, vet. rep., rep. from AKC
     dog club, CFA cat club, assistant County manager, head of
     animal control, director of two different shelters, etc.)
     and Space Coast Feline Network
     http://www.moonsgarden.com/

     Thanks, Elaine,

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     Hi Jerry,

     I wrote to you a week or so ago about the unit. I have
     since borrowed one from Elaine Mc Clung. She speaks very
     highly of it.

     So, I brought it home and plugged it in. Of course, I
     wanted it to come on, all the barking stop, and have
     every one immediately fall to the floor in little comas
     for a few hours. Well, after I got all 27 of them to be
     quiet, still no comas. But, it had only been 36 seconds
     at that point. So, I gave it a little longer. Still no
     comas. Was this really going to work? I mean, I do have
     an unusual situation.

     So, by bedtime, a few hours later. I started to notice
     just how many were asleep already - with their feet in
     the air! I started to have hope. During the night, all
     was calm. In the morning when I got up, only a few of
     them WALKED quietly to the door to go out. Not the usual
     evacuation.

     I had the unit from Sunday afternoon until Tuesday
     Morning. I was certainly pleased with the night effect. I
     wasn't so sure about the amount of the day time effect.
     Until I took it back. Within half an hour, the monsters
     had resurfaced. I wondered if I could break into Elaine's
     house and if she would notice :)

     I know another person who does dog rescue. She rescues
     Beagles. She has 23 in an 1100 square foot house. God
     bless her. She is interested to see if it will work for
     her. I also spoke to someone else who does cat rescue,
     and she is interested. The cat rescue people have monthly
     meetings. Maybe Elaine could give a word or two about it.

     So, if there are any words of advice you can send my way
     about the best way to use it in my case, I would
     appreciate it. I of course wanted to keep it on the
     highest setting, but don't know if that is advised, even
     with my situation of so many new ones coming and (too
     few) going.

     Also, how I and others can go about getting one, etc. I
     think the vets should have the info in their offices. It
     must help dogs with separation anxiety. My vet practices
     homeopathic as well as traditional medicine, so I
     would think it would be right up her alley.

     Thank you.
     Desiree M Webber
     A New Leash On Life

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