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    I don't know whether the OP is for real or not and won't weigh into that but I do know a little bit about dingoes and quite a lot about Whippets.

    Pure Dingoes are much like any other dog until they reach about 9 months of age then it's like a switch goes off and they are indifferent to humans and almost impossible train and are difficult to contain.

    There are also very few pure bred Dingoes out there so any X with a Dingo is likely to be diluted several times over.

    As for Whippets a breed I know very well. This breed is very easy to train but being sight hounds they will only be responsive to the newer reward based training methods or they will shut down. Very typical of any of the sight hound breeds.

    I could remove the fences here and my Whippets would not leave home. But like any dog if they are not provided companionship, attention & stimulation at home they will look for it elsewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dingo-Whippet View Post
    Anne,

    Many thanks for your input in this thread. You have now successfully reduced it to a petty fight, I imagine not for the first time you have done so on this forum. While you do seem to be fairly lacking in maturity we do not wish to continue this quarrel anymore as this is not what we are here for. I know you really want to be right but the fact of the matter is Scotty is our dog and of course he is real so in your words “get over it.”

    Now that everyone knows your opinion, we would appreciate it if you could please only post comments in the best interest of Scotty.
    The only reason one would come to a forum and ask for advice is pretty self explanatory - we are seeking advice for our pup, and if you don't have any, then find another thread to tarnish with your bad attitude.

    Thanks (and now lets continue on with the topic)

    Moderator,

    This is not intended to be a 'fuel on the fire' approach; I'm simply wishing for Anne to leave this thread (and possibly the forum) to allow for simple discussions to be had with regard to our Dingo-Whippet cross, Scotty.

    Quite obviously, we've got a unique pup on our hands, and therefore we would appreciate that this thread be kept open.

    There have been plenty of people who have provided great suggestions which we have taken onboard, and we appreciate that.

    Thanks
    Good grief.

    What an interesting statement to make. You have come on to this forum, with a more than dubious story or two, then you have the audacity to state you simply want me to leave this thread, and not only this thread, but this forum. Ohh puhhhhlease.

    As you have been instructed, put me on ignore if you don't want me pointing out your inconsistencies and lies. I don't plan on stopping. I rarely, if ever, accuse people of trolling, but you stand out like the proverbials.

    Perhaps you should throw my food on the roof on the shed to keep me in line.
    A pessimist sees the glass as half empty;
    An optimist sees the glass as half full;
    A realist just finishes the damn thing and refills it.

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    Anne,

    You really do seem to be a very annoying and uncaring person. You obviously couldn’t care less about our pup, but would prefer to continue your agenda against us instead.

    I understand you are a very distrusting and cynical person, but all we are asking is that you try to get over these issues and post helpful information regarding our pup. Also for your information since we have started this thread we have taken on board a number of different suggestions, and have also implemented them. These at the moment mostly relate to Scotty’s diet. It’s a pity you also could not be similarly helpful rather than so negative.

    We do not wish to have to ignore anyone, so please let’s just focus on the actual point of this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dingo-Whippet View Post
    Anne,

    You really do seem to be a very annoying and uncaring person. You obviously couldn’t care less about our pup, but would prefer to continue your agenda against us instead.

    I understand you are a very distrusting and cynical person, but all we are asking is that you try to get over these issues and post helpful information regarding our pup. Also for your information since we have started this thread we have taken on board a number of different suggestions, and have also implemented them. These at the moment mostly relate to Scotty’s diet. It’s a pity you also could not be similarly helpful rather than so negative.

    We do not wish to have to ignore anyone, so please let’s just focus on the actual point of this thread.
    I have stayed out of this thread because i feared i would get out of control, but you are being rude and making statements that you cannot back up. anne is actually a well respected member of the forum and can be quite helpful if need be, however i dont blame her for the way she is reacting to this thread.

    You seem like a well educated person, so much that one would assume that you would know full well not to feed your dog the things that you have. an UNEDUCATED person would not feed a dog the things that you have. Most people here are against commercially made dog food (this doesnt include myself) but i am more than positive that they would agree to this a thousand times over pizza and nuggets!

    I am sure 99.9% of people are aware that there is dog food in supermarkets. why would you not buy these for your dog??

    Why on EARTH would you throw your dogs food on top of your shed. you have not answered this question no matter how many times it is asked of you. the only "answer" given is that you want to show that you are higher in the pecking order than your dog. you were then asked on numerous occasions how this works in that situation and you are still to provide an answer as how you believe this works.

    You want people to help you? start by saying that you are new to owning a dog and you want an idea of what best to feed it and how to do some basic obedience training.

    But then again why would you not have looked up and done some research before homing this dog???? If you had no idea on how to properly care for a dog why would you go ahead and get one?

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    just re read and you did start by asking what to feed it. sorry.

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