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    Now that I think about it... I realise I was judged by our puppy school teacher - the "cute fluffy" pups were basically ignored in favour of the bigger breeds that were there. I wasn't taken seriously and she didn't believe a lot of the things I said. oh well... just means we're not going back to that school for obedience class!

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    i guess you can't help judging sometimes hey.
    you try not to
    i try to have an open mind =)
    xx
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    Quote Originally Posted by Occy View Post
    Bella doesn't count *hides*

    we all try not to have these feelings but I sometimes find it increadibly difficult. Over the ten years I did obed training there was a pattern to certain breeds.

    Staffords have never seemed a bogan dog to me, then again I haven't met clea face to face
    Occy you are very nawty!!!! Miss Bella sends big xxxxxx's Poor Clea *sigh* I am sure she sends you big kisses too lol
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    I'll take bella kisses over clea kisses any day

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shar Pei Rescue Victoria View Post
    Occy you are very nawty!!!! Miss Bella sends big xxxxxx's Poor Clea *sigh* I am sure she sends you big kisses too lol
    Thanx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poppyx View Post
    i guess you can't help judging sometimes hey.
    you try not to
    i try to have an open mind =)
    xx
    That is true.
    I try to have an open mind too, but only to the stage where I'm not concerned my brains might fall out. Lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    That is true.
    I try to have an open mind too, but only to the stage where I'm not concerned my brains might fall out. Lol.
    lol! Im going to use this line next time I am told to keep an open mind.


    Being honest...I tend to judge on first glance but I won't let my initial judgement stop me getting to know someone (if i get the oppertunity) and coming to possible different conclusion..sometimes

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    My Grandfather owned Bull Terriers and he was as unbogan as you can get.

    My brother owns a gorgeous and well behaved SBT. He sometimes acts like a bogan. But he's an upmarket bogan. The SBT sometimes thinks it is a lap dog.

    One family of rellies had an SBT, and now have a Jack Russell Terrier (JRT) - are as silver spoon (not bogan) as you can get. Too upper class for me to hang out with. And you'd never mistake any of them for bogans.

    At our southern beach for off lead dogs and bogans - there was a fair mix of dogs. No pitbull types. Quite a few farm dogs, a couple of ridge backs, a few JRT types, and a few SWFs and a few fat Labs, and a few hounds like beagles and pointers. I did see the pitbulls - but they were on lead headed for the walking trail away from the beach, so the owners, I guess, were quite sensible and considerate. They may or may not have been "bogans".

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