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Cats or Dogs?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by jonbey, 9 Oct 2019.

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  1. crystal ball

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    Not had a pet for years, but when I was young we had a rough old mongrel, during a visit to my nan he was in his usual spot under the sofa when the doctor called, he was checking her for appendicitis and when he poked her in the wrong spot she exclaimed in pain, Bob was up hackles raised teeth bared protecting his family
     
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    My girls want a snake and a lizzard. I love all animals. Except Rats
     
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    Feed the rats to the lizard and snakes. Job done. (y)
     
  5. ellal

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    Ah, so you now expect every dog (irrespective of breed and temperament) to be trained to guide dog standards by a member of the public in order to avoid any incidents?

    Do you realise how much intensive professional training that takes?

    You really are living in cloud cuckoo land...

    Because your 'example' is laughable if you believe any dog can be trained to that same extent!

    PS. Just trying to imagine a rottweiler or a pitbull as a guide dog :LOL:
     
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  6. Bodd

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    I'm not sure he said that.

    Cuckoo
     
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  8. ellal

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    Did you spot the '?'

    That indicates it's a question...

    No wonder you always seem to get the wrong end of the stick :rolleyes:
     
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    I didn't, not even close.. But Ellal likes to make stuff up to suit his argument.
     
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  11. ellal

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    I ain't the one suggesting that dogs should all be wonderfully trained by their owners regardless of their ability to do so in order that 'uneducated' young children don't 'cause' dogs to turn on them...

    And if they do turn, then go on to blame the children's parents!

    You truly have a warped sense of responsibility!
     
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