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Old 11-10-2012, 01:35 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Definitely...but my point is, what good does loading up a thread or pages (on face book) of how many ways you'd torture the dude?
If there's legislation to fix, let's do that. It seems these threads are only good for one-upping each other on how bad we could screw him up...
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Old 11-10-2012, 02:02 PM   #12 (permalink)
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what a hero...

he should try that again,
but with this dog.

OMG What is that?!!! ^^^^^
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Old 11-10-2012, 02:10 PM   #13 (permalink)
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caucasian shepherd.

big,hairy,mean dog.
originally used to guard livestock from wolves.

their stopping power is equal to that of .45 ACP.
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Well I don't see anything wrong with the dog buried in the sand,my nieces and nephews have done it to some of my dogs before and they were perfectly ok with it. The first pic though is pretty disturbing whether it's real or not,but he's all the way in the Chile so I am sure the way they see animals over there is probably a little different than those of us in the states,I'm saying all people over there are that way,but a lot of them probably are.
Burrying a dog in the sand up to their head where they cannot move as they exhale the compression will prevent the dog from inhaling. Not to mention the fear the dog must have had and not be able to understand...mind boggling.
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Definitely...but my point is, what good does loading up a thread or pages (on face book) of how many ways you'd torture the dude?
If there's legislation to fix, let's do that. It seems these threads are only good for one-upping each other on how bad we could screw him up...
I completely agree!!! People feel their anger at what a person does validates their feelings of wanting to strike back - but how is that different than an animal abuser who feels their own actions are validated by their own anger at the animal they are abusing?

Righteous indignation has nothing righteous about it when it perpetuates in thoughts, feelings and words the very actions they are condemning.
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Old 11-10-2012, 04:09 PM   #16 (permalink)
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caucasian shepherd.

big,hairy,mean dog.
originally used to guard livestock from wolves.

their stopping power is equal to that of .45 ACP.

one more nice pic for size reference.

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We've had a few in rescue and those photos are positioned to make the dog look humongous. Make no mistake, they are large, but they are not as large as those photos make them seem (the one's paw is as big as a man's thigh!?)

https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&...MsPQiwLNk4DwAQ

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Weight: 99 - 154 pounds (45 - 70 kg)

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I would guess you probably had a bunch of people who wanted to adopted and then didn't when they saw that the dogs weren't that size? Maybe not,but that's usually how it is when some people think bigger is better.


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We've had a few in rescue and those photos are positioned to make the dog look humongous. Make no mistake, they are large, but they are not as large as those photos make them seem (the one's paw is as big as a man's thigh!?)

https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&...MsPQiwLNk4DwAQ

Height, weight

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We let them go to homes where they'd be expected to guard to an extent - especially the one, her "job" was to watch the gal's grandbaby, in S. Dakota. They actually drove over to WA to adopt! They are in an area with a lot of cougar so the dog has a very important job!

She's big!


We have a breeder back east we ask for assistance in screening homes when we get this breed in, as well as Pyrenees
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We've had a few in rescue and those photos are positioned to make the dog look humongous. Make no mistake, they are large, but they are not as large as those photos make them seem (the one's paw is as big as a man's thigh!?)

https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&...MsPQiwLNk4DwAQ

Height, weight

Height: 25 - 28 inches (64 - 72 cm)
Weight: 99 - 154 pounds (45 - 70 kg)

if they can emphasize proportions of dog vs person just by picking correct angle,distance and without photoshopping,i see nothing wrong.

(guy in red isn't tallest man i've seen,that's for sure.)
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