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Re: Dog Crazy

Postby kibbs » Feb 13th, 2013, 12:36 am

Rag? What does a rag have to do with pound dogs?

You kept saying I didnt understand why your dog wears a diaper im saying I do.I just wondering if it is a cranky time for you to.
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Re: Dog Crazy

Postby Fancy » Feb 13th, 2013, 12:37 am

kibbs wrote:You kept saying I didnt understand why your dog wears a diaper im saying I do.I just wondering if it is a cranky time for you to.

I never said that - try quoting next time - you're not making sense.

And still - what does that have to do with pound dogs?
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Re: Dog Crazy

Postby Graham Adder » Feb 13th, 2013, 12:41 am

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Re: Dog Crazy

Postby Fancy » Feb 13th, 2013, 12:44 am

kibbs wrote:You kept saying I didnt understand why your dog wears a diaper im saying I do.I just wondering if it is a cranky time for you to.

My dog doesn't wear diapers so must be your dog you are talking about.

kibbs wrote:dog wears a diaper

No wonder you are stressed.
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Re: Dog Crazy

Postby GoStumpy » Feb 13th, 2013, 12:48 am

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kibbs wrote:wears a diaper im saying I do


Kibbs wears diapers :) :bump:
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Re: Dog Crazy

Postby juz516 » Feb 13th, 2013, 1:30 am

Go Stumpy" If that pic is of your dog, he is adorable!!! I think you are all fighting a losing battle....I tried, too.....too far out there! But sooooo frustrating! lol :nutzoid:
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Re: Dog Crazy

Postby juz516 » Feb 13th, 2013, 1:32 am

what that your dogs on the rag or you are?


That is completely uncalled for, Kibbs! Get a grip.
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Re: Dog Crazy

Postby kibbs » Feb 13th, 2013, 6:22 am

Try google - I don't need a dog bleeding all over my furniture

Fancy said he didnt want his dog bleeding on the furhiture
I said I understand why now you are not doing it to baby the dog
'Fancy said that i still dont understand.I think he was being deliberately obtuse to stir the pot'
If you wish to have a nice conversation about soething i love go to the share thread .oh ya hes there being obtuse as well.
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Re: Dog Crazy

Postby Fancy » Feb 13th, 2013, 6:38 am

If you reread what you've posted, you'll realize you are not quoting me right. Use the quote feature. Never said it was my dog on the furniture so moving on and back to topic which seems to have been lost.

Dogs are used in senior homes and other institutions to comfort people. They are beneficial to a person's state of mind and that's according to numerous studies and hands on.
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Re: Dog Crazy

Postby kibbs » Feb 13th, 2013, 6:42 am

Dogs are used in senior homes and other institutions to comfort people. They are beneficial to a person's state of mind and that's according to numerous studies and hands on.

yes I agree they make wonderful companions but not suitable for everyone all the time in a seniors home,Pets are nice but people truly need people.Pets are not the solution to everything and sometimes more trouble than they are worth.
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Re: Dog Crazy

Postby Fancy » Feb 13th, 2013, 7:10 am

kibbs wrote:yes I agree they make wonderful companions but not suitable for everyone all the time in a seniors home,Pets are nice but people truly need people.Pets are not the solution to everything and sometimes more trouble than they are worth.

Nobody said they were suitable for everyone nor a solution to everything but sometimes a dog can be man's best friend. There's nothing better than to see someone light up when a dog comes to cheer someone up.

http://www.canadasguidetodogs.com/dogjo ... herapy.htm

Not all pound dogs would be suitable for this kind of work. Some dogs are specifically bred for different purposes.
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Re: Dog Crazy

Postby kibbs » Feb 13th, 2013, 7:23 am

There's nothing better than to see someone light up when a dog comes to cheer someone up.


yes but i like it better when some asks me how my day was.I don't have to take them outside and pick up there poop after either,another human pro toilet training.It used to be considered sad when the elderly were left alone with nothing but a pet for companions ,apparently they are now the new human. Remember the crazy cat lady.She is now an independent rescue shelter.
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Re: Dog Crazy

Postby Fancy » Feb 13th, 2013, 7:26 am

kibbs wrote:yes but i like it better when some asks me how my day was.
You missed the point - watch someone who lights up watching a dog come up to them for a pat on the head - it's therapeutic.
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