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  1. #21
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    Lock a kid up for hours in a cage? Nooo - NEVER - OH - WAIT

    HOW DARE THEY!! Someone call children's services



    I'd say it to your face stev-o - in fact I would probably very loudly state "Oh - you're that Stev-o guy who hits his dog" - anyone who has met me (at least one person on this forum) knows I'm not exactly shy.

    Newbies are welcome - people who advocate hitting their animals, I would hope, are not.

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    I would have every ounce the gusto to repeat what I said to your face.

    As for the "tiny" cage.... maybe you should check out how big people's "tiny cages" are. There is enough room in Mia's CRATE for our 42kg fully grown male lab to stretch out and sleep, or chew on toys or stand up, or whatever.... So don't you DARE try to make us out to be the abusive ones.

    How is it, that you feel you are able to believe in and skyte about whatever you feel, but we are "attacking you" when we voice our thoughts?

    I for one am glad to meet new people, and hear different experiences etc.... but I wont coddle you if I don't agree with what you do. If you cant handle the truth... maybe you should shut up.
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    Stevo, when I first became an owner of dogs over 40 years ago, the push their nose in it carry on was all the go and I did it at the time. Now, there are other ways of dealing with it. How would you have felt if your mother rubbed your nose in every mess you made....yep, the same thing!!! I have 9 dogs of all different breeds and sexes and I can honestly say I have NEVER hit them. Also, I have never used crate training but wish I had learned of it before I had brought home puppies. Just the tone of the voice and good training can work wonders.
    The more people I meet, the more I like my dogs.

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    Here here DR!!
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