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Q.E.D., baby,- Q.E.D.!
Barked: Wed Jan 16, '13 9:09pm PST 
"I still believe that no human will ever speak dog as well as, well, a dog."


we will dance in- the ring without- words
Barked: Thu Jan 17, '13 7:05am PST 
Thank you for clarifying, Cain. You are right, I did NOT get the impression you had sent her to the breeder/hog hunter.

I certainly was under the impression that you were sending her away to live with someone else due to the issues you were having, or at least to modify her behavior. Although I am not quite sure how hog hunting and being bred would ultimately change her behavior. Did he explain to you how it would affect her relationship with Chloe?

And how sad that he used unsavory practices. it is one of the reasons I would never board my dogs with anyone unless I was completely aware of how they handle dogs.

I am also a bit surprised you have not filed charges against him if he did indeed keep your dog. Trainers and breeders, especially those who do a board and whatever type of thing, usually have contracts, at least the reputable ones do. I would think you would have legal recourse to recover your dog.

I know that when my ex moved out while we were still married I was told by the police in no uncertain terms that in PA, dogs are considered property and that if he tried to remove them it would be considered theft. And I would have moved heaven and earth to recover my dogs if he HAD taken them. Are dogs NOT considered property in the state(s) that you live in? Did you not have a breeding contract? You should 100% contact authorities about a stolen dog.

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too old to eat- any more KD
Barked: Thu Jan 17, '13 7:22am PST 
Exactly how does this address the OP & her issues shrug Does not seem to be any need to post private discussions that are 3 years old

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Barked: Thu Jan 17, '13 7:26am PST 
k.. whatever's the conversation with a bitch who has SSA has got nothing to do with the topic at hand and it's rather hilarious that it's being portrayed as a direct result of it. so much failed/faulty correlation and logic around here.

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Trixie Bean!

none so blind as- those that will- not see
Barked: Thu Jan 17, '13 7:29am PST 
Squ'mey, I was just going to say the same thing thinking

The point was made that Cains situation was not due to the dog being corrected by other dogs as a puppy, but rather a bitch to bitch issue which as far as I am aware, is fairly common.. As far as I can see Asher, it would have been in better 'taste' so to speak to finish your previous post after the first two sentences rather than to take the thread off topic over an old situation shrug. Personally, I would be offended if something I had said in a private message was broadcast in the public forums.

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Barked: Thu Jan 17, '13 10:15am PST 
might be relevant...:

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I. Protect the Association’s “voice:” Posts on social media sites should protect the APDT’s voice by demonstrating a professional tone. Never post anything that is defamatory, in bad taste, or that would cause the association harm to its reputation.

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Q.E.D., baby,- Q.E.D.!
Barked: Thu Jan 17, '13 10:25am PST 
Thanks for the info, guest - you can bet I'll be looking into that.

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When the night- closes in I will- be there
Barked: Thu Jan 17, '13 1:22pm PST 
I don't understand what SSA or DA that is likely genetic in origin has to do with a stable adult dog correcting a pupconfused
I would never allow Shadow to administer a correction because she's a wingnut anyway. She is a genetic nightmare. She has more issues then Time magazinelaugh out loud
I don't think that Dar is like that at all.
Cain I think Luba sounds like Sabi. Gotta love them.

Q.E.D., baby,- Q.E.D.!
Barked: Thu Jan 17, '13 1:28pm PST 
"Cain I think Luba sounds like Sabi.Gotta love them."

Yup - big grin They're pretty fabulous, no doubt about that. We got lucky. smile
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