people are idiots pt 294

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people are idiots pt 294

Post by ThePuppyProp.. » Mon, 24 Oct 2005 09:36:02



HOWEDY culprit aka kelly aka metta,


Quote:

> today Manu, the husband and i went to a big box
> pet store to get some necessary supplies.

You mean you needed a new leash and pronged spiked
pinch ***collar that he won't ESCAPE from.

Quote:
> Manu was being a ***head

Naaah? Do tell?

Quote:
> since they were doing kitten adoptions,

Oh yeah, he LOVES kitty kats.

Quote:
> and apparently the sound of kittens
> makes him kind of e***d.

THAT'S on accHOWENT of you used your own DEAD
kitty kat to tease him to train him to your
new shock system.

Quote:
> ok, really really e***d.

Like when he MAULED your $7,000.00 kitty kat to
death right in front of your own eyes.

Quote:
> so i took him outside, and put him in a down stay

You mean you jerked and choked him till he laid DHOWEN.

Quote:
> while the husband bought the necessary stuff.

The pronged spiked pinch ***collar and leash
that won't open when jerked choked and twisted
as your dog tries to ESCAPE.

Quote:
> so there was this kid sitting there with
> a kitten on his shoulder, meowing loudly,

They shouldn't let kids HOWET alone.

Quote:
> which already had Manu twitching and
> sliding from ***cheek to ***cheek,

Naaah? Despite you jerkin and chokin him?

Quote:
> when this Golden Retriever, off leash,
> comes up to Manu, sniffing all over.

Manu LOVES to play.

Quote:
> Manu was pissed.

Naaah?

Quote:
>   growling, down right snarling at this idiot dog.

Who's the IDIOT, culprit?

Quote:
>  breaks his stay

On accHOWENT of you wasn't jerkin and chokin him enough.

Quote:
>  and lunges, something he hasn't done in a *long* time.

On accHOWENT of you ain't had him in pubic in a long
time on accHOWENT of you're AFRAID of his BAD behaviors.

Quote:
>  i reeled him in

You mean you choked him somemore.

Quote:
> and mentioned to the owner that having a
> dog off leash around strange pit bulls

A dog is a dog, culprit.

Quote:
> might not be the brightest idea,

Pit Bulls GOT a BAD REPUTATION on accHOWENT
of so many of them are owned by dog abusing
mental cases like yourself, kelly.

Quote:
> and he's like, "yeah, thanks", all sarcastic like.

His dog doesn't fight on accHOWENT of dogs
only fight when they're AFRAID.

Quote:
> i suddenly had a flash of accidentally dropping
> the leash, but then my brane got the better of me

SURPRISE SURPRISE SURPRISE!

Quote:
> and i gave him a pop and said "leave it".

You mean you jerked and choked him somemore.

Quote:
> He kept growling,

Naaah? Do tell?

Quote:
>  and the idiot Golden kept looking at him

So?

Quote:
> as he walked away.

You mean he didn't want to attack your friendly dog?

Quote:
> husband came out and said "what happened?"
> i said, loud enough for idiot owner to hear,
> "oh, that idiot thought having his dog off
> lead around Manu was a good idea.

That was kindly of you.

Quote:
> good thing Manu didn't break his lead."

Like HOWE he done twice pryor.

Quote:
> *sigh*

You're PATHETIC.

Quote:
> people are incredibly stupid.

Yeah. AND INSANE.

Quote:
> -kelly

Subject: culprit aka kelly aka metta's Seven THOWEsand Dollar DEAD KAT

HOWEDY Juanita,


Quote:
> Sorry, I've been going out of town all day
> every day for the past 3 days . .

Well, you'd have to be HOWETA your mind
not to see what's goin DHOWEN here abHOWETS.

Quote:


> > you want to know what kind of person your pal tpw is?

Talk is cheap. Talk BUSINESS.

Quote:
> > in which he harasses and
> > verbally abuses me

Not so. The Amazing Puppy Wizard
only calls a spade a spade, therebye
avoidin obsfucation.

Quote:
>  about my recently deceased cat

You mean the seven thHOWESAND dollar kat
your dogs ***ed on accHOWENT of  YOU
TRAINED THEM TO.  YOU BAITED the SHOCK
BARRIER with the KAT to PROOF IT.

NHOWE WHAT do you EXXXPECT is gonna
happen when you walk in with the kat, put IT
in the recovery area behind your interior shock
fence you'd been BAITING THEM with your KAT.

Then, on accHOWENT OF you're a MENTAL
CASE, you FORGOT to put their SHOCK
COLLARS back on before turnin them loose.

DEAD KAT.

Quote:
> > and the state of my health.

Your postin history is clear. You don't have
to worry abHOWET it noMOORE. We understand.

Quote:
> > yes,

What health? The Amazing Puppy Wizard
sez we don't NEED to say STUFF like THAT.

Quote:
> > he's using the recent death of a beloved animal

Your posting history will show you mishandled
and abused that kat till it got deathly ill relapsing
into his viral illness on accHOWENT of the dogs
TERRORIZING HIM when he'd lay on the stairs.

Quote:
> > as ammunition to try to upset me.

The Amazing Puppy Wizard doesn't EXXXPECT
these dog lovers are gonna admit to readin an
understanding what HE sez is goin DHOWEN.

Quote:
> How did your beloved cat die?

She trained her dogs to *** IT just
like HOWE The Amazing Puppy Wizard
would provoke a dog to attack.

She teased her two *** aggressive
pitbull dogs on the kat but UN like The Amazing
Puppy Wizard CHOSE to HURT her dogs and
trained them to attack each other as well.

Quote:
> Juanita

Her kat was beloved, death was her blessing.

HOWEDY culprit aka kelly aka metta (metta is
culprit aka kelly's aka on the CRAZY PERSONS
news groups so she's not DISCREDITED as bein
NUTSO on the NON CRAZY person's news groups),


Quote:
> you want to know what kind of person your pal tpw is?

The Amazing Puppy Wizard is the only dog trainer
in history who teaches people all over the Whole
Wild World to handle train and rehabilitate ALL
behavior problems NEARLY INSTANLY for FREE,
withHOWET HURTIN noWON.

Quote:
> i just got a personal email from him (because i
> made the mistake of responding to you, i'm sure),
> cc'd to a bunch of other folks i don't know,

Marilyn and professor dermer and perhps Larry,
cause THEY understand a little abHOWET behavior.

Quote:
> in which he harasses and verbally abuses
> me about my recently deceased cat

You mean the kat you trained your dogs to ***.

Quote:
> and the state of my health.

Well perhaps if you wasn't MENTAL you
wouldn'ta HURT your dogs till they ***ED
your DEAD kat.

Quote:
>  yes, he's using the recent death of a beloved
> animal as ammunition to try to upset me.

The Amazing Puppy Wizard is QUOTING YOUR
CASE HISSSTORY of TRAINING YOUR DOGS
to *** YOUR KAT by FORGETTING to PUT
their SHOCK COLLARS on them when you got
back from the vet after $1500.00 in surgery.

Quote:
> you still call this guy amusing?

You wanna see amusing?:

"we'll keep the indoor boundary set up, and keep
***testing the dogs with it (hiding behind the railing
and meowing usually does the trick)*** so that they're
familiar with the warning tone.

Manu is already pretty sure he knows what it means,
and whenever Lola trips it, he'll bite her hind leg and
pull her down the steps so the tone stops.  he's such
a big brother, always trying to keep sis out of trouble."

And THEN (Drumroll please, Mr. Maestro...):

                       ****************************

                     Your Attention to center ring...

Quote:
> "anyway,

No. Get it straight. You mean anyHOWE.

Quote:
> "we had it installed outside today, and started the
> indoor part of training.  we decided to put the training fence
> on the stairway, since the cats like to hang out up there and
> the dogs aren't allowed to go up."

                  ****************************

"i dropped of Mo upstairs, as usual, and headed
down to let the dogs out of their crates.

for some reason i'll never know,

 *(EVERY WON KNOWS NHOWE.)

*(forgetting to put their SHOCK COLLARS ON THEM)

Mo followed me downstairs.  he never does this.
and i didn't hear him coming.  however, the dogs did.
they ran to investigate, and found a strange smelling,
***y cat in their house.

needless to say, they attacked him"

Cause culprit aka kelly aka METTA FORGOT
to put their shock collars back on after uncrating
them and she DIDN'T TELL MO THEY WASN'T
WEARIN THEIR SHOCK COLLARS.

Quote:
>  i call him frightening.

Naaah. Leavin you runnin loose is frightenin.

Quote:
> -kelly

HOWEDY People,


Quote:
> she's darling.

INDEEDY. Like HOWE culprit aka kelly aka
metta's $7,000.00 DEAD kat WAS.

Quote:
>  the pups wish her a speedy recovery.

The PUPS would *** her just like
HOWE YOU TRAINED THEM to ***
YOUR OWN DEAD KAT.

Quote:
> since i can't have cats for a while,

Cause you trained your dogs to *** IT.

Quote:
> i'd like to experience them vicariously,

A WIZE idea.

Quote:
>  so please feel free to keep posting pix and stories!

INDEEDY. LikeWIZE, The Amazing Puppy Wizard
will keep posting YOUR CASE HISTORY to IDENTIFY
EXXXPOSE and DISCREDIT you and your pals as
the lying animal abusng mental cases you are.

Here's the IN-complete story (short version) of
HOWE culprit aka kelly aka metta (metta is culprit
aka kelly's aka on the MENTAL PERSONS news
groups) TRAINED HER DOGS to *** HER
DEAD KAT:

Quote:
> -kelly


Subject: Re: Video clip......."Nero" practicing bark alert,
while walking backwards
Date: 2004-06-05 18:53:50 PST


Quote:
> Anyway, contrary to your PR, this is what
> it felt like to me when I got shocked by
> Hope's collar.
> It felt like a bomb going off in my
> hand and forearm.

there are different brands of fences, and each
one has a variety of settings, set to the dog's
specific reaction.  Lola's collar is set to give
more juice than Manu's, because she's more
likely to ignore the buzz, whereas Manu wants
nothing to do with it.  i have no idea what brand or
setting Hope's collar was set at.

there's also the fact that Hope has lots of thick
fur and a good fat layer (to keep her warm in the
water) and my dogs are scrawny and nekkid.

so maybe Hope needs a higher setting to work
for her.  it's really hard to say without
...

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people are idiots pt 294

Post by TheAmazingPuppyWiz.. » Wed, 26 Oct 2005 01:56:43


HOWEDY robin,

Quote:


> > Let me get this straight: your dog, who apparently wants to eat every
> > animal, be it canine or feline, he sees is just fine, but a friendly dog is
> > an "idiot"?  I gather that the point of this post is that anyone who thinks
> > that any pit can be trusted to behave in a civilized manner is "dumb"?
> > Thanks for clearing that up. (Newsflash: normal dogs approach each other and
> > sniff. It is not a sign of "idiot" behavior. Now, growling, snarling and
> > lunging at an inoffensive stranger...what is that?)

> I have to make a comment here. I don't find Goldens particularly
> "friendly". Many dogs don't either. They tend to be obnoxiously,
> obsequeously aggressive. Sure, they approach with all the "hi! hi! hi!
> pet me! love me!" stuff, but they approach very rapidly, they get right
> in the dog's face, they do not back off, they ignore doggie clues to
> back off, and they are extremely insistent in BEING obnoxiously forward.

> Many Golden owners think this is perfectly acceptable behavior. That
> it's okay to have thier dog come up and mug other dogs with
> friendliness. Other dogs are often horrified, offended, or angered by
> this. They want a bit of respect, a bit of time, and a bit of space.
> When they tell the Goldens to back off, the other dog then gets labeled
> as "vicious" or "aggressive." In truth, it's the Golden who was
> aggressive, it's just a different type of aggression.

ALL AGGRESSION IS FEAR.

ALL FEAR IS CAUSED BY MISHANDLING.

LIKE THIS:

Golden Girl Goddess Of Ethickal Breeding And Competitive Agility

Hello Jeff,

Quote:


> > Ok.  You have the right to your opinion.

Dog training isn't a matter of OPINION, it's SCIENCE.

Quote:
> > That's fine.

Not fine if you don't know the SCIENCE.

Quote:
> > I don't mean any offence.

Not to worry, you don't have to apologize for
having a difference of OPINION about hurting
intimidating and ***ing innocent defenseless
dumb critters.

Quote:
> I have been interacting with a particular strident,
> obnoxious, and ineffective group of self-professed
> "purely positive" trainers.

Water seeks it's own level, don't it.

Quote:
> So I tend to be a bit sensitive.

Naaah? A SENSITIVE NAZI??? BUNK!

Quote:
> As for my opinion,

Your opinion is welcome here on these
open unmoderated news groups.

Quote:
>  I generally agree with you.

That's convienient. IN FACT, it's MANDATORY
or the SCIENTIFIC METHOD will FAIL. Let's all
do the Monkey Macarena together so we know
what's up.

Quote:
> I just recognize that dogs are different,

Different from what? Children? Kats?

Quote:
> and that what works well for most dogs doesn't
> work for all.

That's because you're not familiar with
the SCIENTIFIC METHOD.

Quote:


> >> Like assuming that physical reprimands are bad,

Yeah, like PRESUMING ANY behavior is BAD.

Dogs and children DO NOT DO BAD behaviors
they RESPOND in PREDICTABLE NORMAL NATURAL
NINATE INSTINCTIVE REFLEXIVE ways to situations
and circumstances of their environment which
we create for them.

Quote:
> >> while ignoring misbehavior is good.

You can't train ANY behavior by IGNORING IT.

Quote:
> >> You simply can't assume that is the case for all dogs.

Not unless you was following the SCIENTIFIC METHOD, Jeff.

Like this:

Hello Robin, Golden Girl Goddess Of Ethickal
Breeding and Competitive Agility,

Quote:


> > Thanks Diana.  I'm there now.

Yes, Diana is a true dog lover, just like Robin
only not as kindly to us Ugly Americans!

Quote:
> > Many of the people here need such a lesson
> > on politeness,

And political correctness, to boot.

Quote:
> > they are so
> > rude!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!?????????????????????!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Naaah?

Quote:
> Irony much?

You mean, LIKE THIS?:

Hello Robin,

Quote:


> > On Mon, 12 Sep 2005 14:01:38 -0500,


Is that the same Jeff Dege who can't train
his own dog not to attack innocent defenseless
dumb critters despite his shock collar and
perfect come command?:


Date: Tue, 13 Sep 2005 21:58:22 -0500
Subject: Re: Squirrell chasing / Prey drive !!!!

Quote:

> A Loose Leash !?!   Are you kidding me ... this dog is ready to go and the
> site of a squirell he is gone loose leash, tight leash, no leash.
> He can see them clear as far as 5 blocks,
> in fact when a leaf blows he is ready to bounce.
> He sees a empty water bottle, or a sprinkle head
> on the grass as approaching he is tensing up
> because it just may be rocky the squirell.
> I think the e collar is appropiate here?
> Although I never used one on him.

Won't make any difference.

I've been using an e-collar with my JRT, and it's
worked wonders for his recall.  But the one time
he bolted after something small and ***, he paid
no attention to the collar until after he'd brought
it to bay.

Jeff Dege.

Quote:
> >> P- should be used to describe removing or
> >> withholding a reward to make a behavior decrease.

You mean, LIKE THIS?:


Date: Fri, 26 Mar 2004 13:07:06 -0600
Subject: Re: E-Collars - with ***?

Quote:



>> Yes but most people that train to this level also
>> train for RL too unless of course you are refering
>> to kennel dogs. In my posts I am refering to family
>> members who are also achieving titles.
> How many people do you actually know, personally,
> who have OTCH dogs? Or even dogs with a UD or UDX?
> I know quite a few, and not a single one of them
> is a kennel dog. "Real life" manners vary by the
> dog, with some being great and some being awful.

I can't say quite a few. But I can say 2.

At any rate the above is the answer I have been trying to obtain.

Still why is that these dogs have awful manners?

Inconsistency?

Lack of common sense on the handlers part?

Several reasons?

No real reason? Its all very interesting to me and I am
sorry my questioning this has upset and frustrated so many.
It was honest questions.

I have always thought or been told there is never a
bad question. It sure seems as though I have asked
a very bad question by wanting to know how this is
possible.

Gwen


Date: Fri, 26 Mar 2004 19:34:18 GMT

Subject: Re: E-Collars - with ***?

Quote:

> Still why is that these dogs have awful manners?
> Inconsistency? Lack of common sense on the handlers
> part? Several reasons?

Depends on the handler. Some people care about good
manners, some people don't. But it's still totally
disconnected from whether the dog is a good competition
dog, which is the point.

To take it to agility, I know a lot of really top
agility competition dogs who are dog aggressive,
crate protective, etc. My own dogs are absolutely
awful beggars and counter surfers.

Obviously it doesn't bother me personally that much
because I haven't eradicated it. That doesn't mean
they are not trained to a very high level in other things.

Quote:
> No real reason? Its all very interesting to me and I am sorry
> my questioning this has upset and frustrated so many. It was
> honest questions. I have always thought or been told there
> is never a bad question. It sure seems as though I have
> asked a very bad question by wanting to know how
> this is possible.

No, you've made people mad by nitpicking, overexaggerating,
going off on tangents, changing your questions, and not
bothering to read responses.

Questions are fine.

Not liking the answer and getting combative,
incoherent, and defensive is not so fine.


Date: Wed, 03 Dec 2003 04:27:24 GMT
Subject: Re: If you HAD to re-home your dog(s)...

Both my girls would go back to their co-owner.

Viva, despite, or rather because, of her issues,
could go to almost anyone who could give her a
safe, calm environment.

Because of her very bad early start, she has a
real need to be bonded and have a human she can
count on.

Cala would be a different matter. She would need
an experienced working home--someone who knows
how to direct and channel drive without overuse
of correction.

A wimp would turn her into a frustrated and dangerous
dog. Someone who wanted to throw their weight around
and who was too heavy with corrections might also well
end up with a dangerous dog--she's got way too much
fight drive to back down if pushed.

Fortunately my co-owner is smart and could probably
find somewhere quite suitable for both of them.
Robin Nuttall.

Quote:
> > Also, I think that the process of "withholding" a reward

Withholding rewards can cause aggression,
seizures, phobias of all sorts and OCD'S.

"Despite Skinner's clear denunciation of "negative
reinforcement" (1958) NEARLY EVERY LEARNING THEORY
model involves the USE OF PUNISHMENT.  Of curse,
Skinner has never to my knowledge, demonstrated
how we escape the phenomenon that an expected
reward not received is experienced as a punishment
and can produce extensive and persistent aggression
(Azrin et al, 1966)."

Quote:
> > that resulted in the decrease of a behavior

Witholding rewards increases anxiety which would
increase the behavior or cause the dog to throw
mindless meaningless unthinking random behaviors
to elicit the treat.

"Postitive emotions arising in connection
with the perfection of a skill, irrespective
of its pragmatic significance at a given
moment, serve as the reinforcement. IOW,
emotions, not outside rewards, are what
reinforces any behavior," Ivan Pavlov.

Quote:
> > would probably more accurately be accounted
> > for by the *extinction* process.

That's so confusing to me I don't see how a dog
can figure it out especially when two or three
of you can't agree on what's going on with all
this alphabet soup.

Extinction ...

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people are idiots pt 294

Post by The Amazing Puppy Wizar » Wed, 26 Oct 2005 04:10:07


HOWEDY culprit aka kelly aka metta,


Quote:

> today Manu, the husband and i went to a big box
> pet store to get some necessary supplies.

You mean you needed a new leash and pronged spiked
pinch ***collar that he won't ESCAPE from.

Quote:
> Manu was being a ***head

Naaah? Do tell?

Quote:
> since they were doing kitten adoptions,

Oh yeah, he LOVES kitty kats.

Quote:
> and apparently the sound of kittens
> makes him kind of e***d.

THAT'S on accHOWENT of you used your own DEAD
kitty kat to tease him to train him to your
new shock system.

Quote:
> ok, really really e***d.

Like when he MAULED your $7,000.00 kitty kat to
death right in front of your own eyes.

Quote:
> so i took him outside, and put him in a down stay

You mean you jerked and choked him till he laid DHOWEN.

Quote:
> while the husband bought the necessary stuff.

The pronged spiked pinch ***collar and leash
that won't open when jerked choked and twisted
as your dog tries to ESCAPE.

Quote:
> so there was this kid sitting there with
> a kitten on his shoulder, meowing loudly,

They shouldn't let kids HOWET alone.

Quote:
> which already had Manu twitching and
> sliding from ***cheek to ***cheek,

Naaah? Despite you jerkin and chokin him?

Quote:
> when this Golden Retriever, off leash,
> comes up to Manu, sniffing all over.

Manu LOVES to play.

Quote:
> Manu was pissed.

Naaah?

Quote:
>   growling, down right snarling at this idiot dog.

Who's the IDIOT, culprit?

Quote:
>  breaks his stay

On accHOWENT of you wasn't jerkin and chokin him enough.

Quote:
>  and lunges, something he hasn't done in a *long* time.

On accHOWENT of you ain't had him in pubic in a long
time on accHOWENT of you're AFRAID of his BAD behaviors.

Quote:
>  i reeled him in

You mean you choked him somemore.

Quote:
> and mentioned to the owner that having a
> dog off leash around strange pit bulls

A dog is a dog, culprit.

Quote:
> might not be the brightest idea,

Pit Bulls GOT a BAD REPUTATION on accHOWENT
of so many of them are owned by dog abusing
mental cases like yourself, kelly.

Quote:
> and he's like, "yeah, thanks", all sarcastic like.

His dog doesn't fight on accHOWENT of dogs
only fight when they're AFRAID.

Quote:
> i suddenly had a flash of accidentally dropping
> the leash, but then my brane got the better of me

SURPRISE SURPRISE SURPRISE!

Quote:
> and i gave him a pop and said "leave it".

You mean you jerked and choked him somemore.

Quote:
> He kept growling,

Naaah? Do tell?

Quote:
>  and the idiot Golden kept looking at him

So?

Quote:
> as he walked away.

You mean he didn't want to attack your friendly dog?

Quote:
> husband came out and said "what happened?"
> i said, loud enough for idiot owner to hear,
> "oh, that idiot thought having his dog off
> lead around Manu was a good idea.

That was kindly of you.

Quote:
> good thing Manu didn't break his lead."

Like HOWE he done twice pryor.

Quote:
> *sigh*

You're PATHETIC.

Quote:
> people are incredibly stupid.

Yeah. AND INSANE.

Quote:
> -kelly

Subject: culprit aka kelly aka metta's Seven THOWEsand Dollar DEAD KAT

HOWEDY Juanita,


Quote:
> Sorry, I've been going out of town all day
> every day for the past 3 days . .

Well, you'd have to be HOWETA your mind
not to see what's goin DHOWEN here abHOWETS.

Quote:


> > you want to know what kind of person your pal tpw is?

Talk is cheap. Talk BUSINESS.

Quote:
> > in which he harasses and
> > verbally abuses me

Not so. The Amazing Puppy Wizard
only calls a spade a spade, therebye
avoidin obsfucation.

Quote:
>  about my recently deceased cat

You mean the seven thHOWESAND dollar kat
your dogs ***ed on accHOWENT of  YOU
TRAINED THEM TO.  YOU BAITED the SHOCK
BARRIER with the KAT to PROOF IT.

NHOWE WHAT do you EXXXPECT is gonna
happen when you walk in with the kat, put IT
in the recovery area behind your interior shock
fence you'd been BAITING THEM with your KAT.

Then, on accHOWENT OF you're a MENTAL
CASE, you FORGOT to put their SHOCK
COLLARS back on before turnin them loose.

DEAD KAT.

Quote:
> > and the state of my health.

Your postin history is clear. You don't have
to worry abHOWET it noMOORE. We understand.

Quote:
> > yes,

What health? The Amazing Puppy Wizard
sez we don't NEED to say STUFF like THAT.

Quote:
> > he's using the recent death of a beloved animal

Your posting history will show you mishandled
and abused that kat till it got deathly ill relapsing
into his viral illness on accHOWENT of the dogs
TERRORIZING HIM when he'd lay on the stairs.

Quote:
> > as ammunition to try to upset me.

The Amazing Puppy Wizard doesn't EXXXPECT
these dog lovers are gonna admit to readin an
understanding what HE sez is goin DHOWEN.

Quote:
> How did your beloved cat die?

She trained her dogs to *** IT just
like HOWE The Amazing Puppy Wizard
would provoke a dog to attack.

She teased her two *** aggressive
pitbull dogs on the kat but UN like The Amazing
Puppy Wizard CHOSE to HURT her dogs and
trained them to attack each other as well.

Quote:
> Juanita

Her kat was beloved, death was her blessing.

HOWEDY culprit aka kelly aka metta (metta is
culprit aka kelly's aka on the CRAZY PERSONS
news groups so she's not DISCREDITED as bein
NUTSO on the NON CRAZY person's news groups),


Quote:
> you want to know what kind of person your pal tpw is?

The Amazing Puppy Wizard is the only dog trainer
in history who teaches people all over the Whole
Wild World to handle train and rehabilitate ALL
behavior problems NEARLY INSTANLY for FREE,
withHOWET HURTIN noWON.

Quote:
> i just got a personal email from him (because i
> made the mistake of responding to you, i'm sure),
> cc'd to a bunch of other folks i don't know,

Marilyn and professor dermer and perhps Larry,
cause THEY understand a little abHOWET behavior.

Quote:
> in which he harasses and verbally abuses
> me about my recently deceased cat

You mean the kat you trained your dogs to ***.

Quote:
> and the state of my health.

Well perhaps if you wasn't MENTAL you
wouldn'ta HURT your dogs till they ***ED
your DEAD kat.

Quote:
>  yes, he's using the recent death of a beloved
> animal as ammunition to try to upset me.

The Amazing Puppy Wizard is QUOTING YOUR
CASE HISSSTORY of TRAINING YOUR DOGS
to *** YOUR KAT by FORGETTING to PUT
their SHOCK COLLARS on them when you got
back from the vet after $1500.00 in surgery.

Quote:
> you still call this guy amusing?

You wanna see amusing?:

"we'll keep the indoor boundary set up, and keep
***testing the dogs with it (hiding behind the railing
and meowing usually does the trick)*** so that they're
familiar with the warning tone.

Manu is already pretty sure he knows what it means,
and whenever Lola trips it, he'll bite her hind leg and
pull her down the steps so the tone stops.  he's such
a big brother, always trying to keep sis out of trouble."

And THEN (Drumroll please, Mr. Maestro...):

                       ****************************

                     Your Attention to center ring...

Quote:
> "anyway,

No. Get it straight. You mean anyHOWE.

Quote:
> "we had it installed outside today, and started the
> indoor part of training.  we decided to put the training fence
> on the stairway, since the cats like to hang out up there and
> the dogs aren't allowed to go up."

                  ****************************

"i dropped of Mo upstairs, as usual, and headed
down to let the dogs out of their crates.

for some reason i'll never know,

 *(EVERY WON KNOWS NHOWE.)

*(forgetting to put their SHOCK COLLARS ON THEM)

Mo followed me downstairs.  he never does this.
and i didn't hear him coming.  however, the dogs did.
they ran to investigate, and found a strange smelling,
***y cat in their house.

needless to say, they attacked him"

Cause culprit aka kelly aka METTA FORGOT
to put their shock collars back on after uncrating
them and she DIDN'T TELL MO THEY WASN'T
WEARIN THEIR SHOCK COLLARS.

Quote:
>  i call him frightening.

Naaah. Leavin you runnin loose is frightenin.

Quote:
> -kelly

HOWEDY People,


Quote:
> she's darling.

INDEEDY. Like HOWE culprit aka kelly aka
metta's $7,000.00 DEAD kat WAS.

Quote:
>  the pups wish her a speedy recovery.

The PUPS would *** her just like
HOWE YOU TRAINED THEM to ***
YOUR OWN DEAD KAT.

Quote:
> since i can't have cats for a while,

Cause you trained your dogs to *** IT.

Quote:
> i'd like to experience them vicariously,

A WIZE idea.

Quote:
>  so please feel free to keep posting pix and stories!

INDEEDY. LikeWIZE, The Amazing Puppy Wizard
will keep posting YOUR CASE HISTORY to IDENTIFY
EXXXPOSE and DISCREDIT you and your pals as
the lying animal abusng mental cases you are.

Here's the IN-complete story (short version) of
HOWE culprit aka kelly aka metta (metta is culprit
aka kelly's aka on the MENTAL PERSONS news
groups) TRAINED HER DOGS to *** HER
DEAD KAT:

Quote:
> -kelly


Subject: Re: Video clip......."Nero" practicing bark alert,
while walking backwards
Date: 2004-06-05 18:53:50 PST


Quote:
> Anyway, contrary to your PR, this is what
> it felt like to me when I got shocked by
> Hope's collar.
> It felt like a bomb going off in my
> hand and forearm.

there are different brands of fences, and each
one has a variety of settings, set to the dog's
specific reaction.  Lola's collar is set to give
more juice than Manu's, because she's more
likely to ignore the buzz, whereas Manu wants
nothing to do with it.  i have no idea what brand or
setting Hope's collar was set at.

there's also the fact that Hope has lots of thick
fur and a good fat layer (to keep her warm in the
water) and my dogs are scrawny and nekkid.

so maybe Hope needs a higher setting to work
for her.  it's really hard to say without
...

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people are idiots pt 294

Post by The Amazing Puppy Wizar » Wed, 26 Oct 2005 05:01:47


BWEEEEEEEEEEEEAAAHAHAHHHAHAHAAA!


Quote:



>> My golden in seven years old, and sensible.  When he was an adolescent,
> I'm
>> sure Manu would have found him as annoying as hell. But if Manu had
> growled
>> at him he would have left him alone or I would have removed him
> immediately.
>> (Actually, more to the point, I wouldn't have brought him over for a play
>> date with a pit bull.) I haven't seen anyone bringing *** pits to our
>> local off-leash area, which is the only place my dog might have freely
>> approached another dog. It's mostly sporting breeds. Even in the dog park
> in
>> the city I used to go take him to occasionally one didn't see pits.

> Manu has been to a dog park exactly once.  *on* leash.  it was a bad idea
> on
> my part and will never happen again.

>> But I thought you said that Manu likes to play with all of those
> neighboring
>> dogs he meets. Now you're implying he's going to attack any dog that has
> the
>> temerity to greet him "exuberantly"? Isn't it a bit contradictory?

> why do you insist on exagerating every little thing i say?  Manu is
> allowed
> to play with exactly three dogs.  Lola (who lives with us -his "sister"),
> Bandit, the older GSD who does not challenge him since their first sniff,
> and Cody, the young, silly, GSD/Golden mix who just wants to run around
> and
> have a good time.  he doesn't attack Cody when they're on fair ground, but
> if he were restrained and Cody ran up to him and started acting like the
> goofball he is, i bet he'd be pissed, friend or not.

> > I was talking about dogs in general, not about pit bulls in particular.
> > I
>> know about the behavior bred into pit bulls. You know, in other posts you
>> have talked about how Manu is completely friendly, plays with all other
>> dogs, etc. But in regard to this incident, you persist in saying that
>> Manu
>> is dog agressive because he's a pit, the other person should have made
> that
>> assumption, and so on. It's still contradictory.

> argh, do you understand reading for comprehension? do you just not read at
> all?  or do you just make this shit up?

>> By the way, my golden doesn't like to chase balls. Her prefers objects
> that
>> are oblong; ie, bird-shaped. "Never make assumptions about breeds you
> don't
>> understand."

> dear lord.  retrievers chase things.  whether it's round or oblong, round,
> or a dead duck is kind of irrelevant, ain't it?  kind of like terriers
> chase
> and try to kill small animals.  rabbits, squirrles, rats, the distinction
> is
> kind of a moot point.

>> Well, that's a whole bunch of new information, isn't it? I was just going
> by
>> what you said.

> good dog, can you read at all???  you're new, aren't you?

>> Too bad you didn't. Then he would have been warned for having an
>> unleashed
>> dog and would have actually learned something other than "yes, pits are
>> mean."

> yeah, next time you have your hands full of pissed off pit, can't see a
> guy's license plate, and can't reach your cell, you call the damn cops.

> -kelly
> i guess i really am back.