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Old 11-10-2012, 05:36 PM   #21 (permalink)
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It's easily done - we have photos of 6lb. dogs that look like full-grown labs at the correct angle!
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Old 11-10-2012, 06:29 PM   #22 (permalink)
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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.
Yes, but some of us feel the government doesn't go far enough in punishment for animal/child/sexual abuse. I'd like to see that guy do that in sheriff Joe arpaios territory !!! Whether or not it was stage.
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Old 11-10-2012, 07:20 PM   #23 (permalink)
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one more nice pic for size reference.

and everyone thinks my Buddy is big. LOL
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Old 11-10-2012, 07:33 PM   #24 (permalink)
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I disagree with burying dogs in sand for fun.
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Old 11-10-2012, 07:38 PM   #25 (permalink)
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I never said I did it or agreed with it. What I said was, I saw many dogs buried in sand when searching for the back story on those pics.

https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&...B6OWiAK-4IGADA

Actually, while dogs don't like being 'hugged' per se (by humans), thundershirts and other anti-anxiety wraps are based on the fact dogs do like generalized body pressure (mammals in general, tend to) and it makes them feel more secure.
None of the dogs in those photos at the link look stressed
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Old 11-10-2012, 07:38 PM   #26 (permalink)
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the picture is too disturbing and upsetting

there must be a way to figure out if it is real and if the dog is okay and what can be done to help?

There have been plenty of animal abuse vids and or pictures online where the animal has been at least taken away from the abuser and the abuser has gone to court. The internet is a powerful place. Like that nasty cat video where the cat was beaten in the shower. I agree wasting time saying how you want to torture the person is just silly. At least we could think of how to figure out if it is real and how to save the animal or figure out if it has been saved?


Pple could show up at his house and look around for it and just take it from him.

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Old 11-10-2012, 09:45 PM   #27 (permalink)
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I disagree with burying dogs in sand for fun.
It is animal abuse. Especially when it is linked to the photo of the poor animal being hung, pressed against a wall, clearly looking in distress....I don't think "fun" was intended in this case...nor "comfort" in having a hand gripping it's throat...poor baby

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the picture is too disturbing and upsetting

there must be a way to figure out if it is real and if the dog is okay and what can be done to help?

There have been plenty of animal abuse vids and or pictures online where the animal has been at least taken away from the abuser and the abuser has gone to court. The internet is a powerful place. Like that nasty cat video where the cat was beaten in the shower. I agree wasting time saying how you want to torture the person is just silly. At least we could think of how to figure out if it is real and how to save the animal or figure out if it has been saved?


Pple could show up at his house and look around for it and just take it from him.
YES!...and there are plenty, as for comments they do not negate from the issue. However, I have no problem being reminded that there are more good people then bad people and how they propose what should be done to such type people...Even if it was a farce (which doesn't seem to be), then something good can and will come out of it. If not for this dog, then perhaps some Joe Shmo who is thinking of doing something stupid will see the humiliation in this and think again, or someones heart will be touched and will rescue a dog from a shelter or donate, or someone else just may step up and stop an abusive situation...

The internet is powerful...it's global, and the link another has posted (sorry forget name), suggests contact info for interpol and Chilean GOV...the more people that get involved and believe this DOES happen, the more that can be done. There is no shame in spouting off how you would do this or that to someone like him...Pride comes to mind, that one would feel so strongly and share their view...Animal abuse hurts everyone. Passion for helpless animals shouldn't be frowned upon, how ever it is conveyed.
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So...you can label someone a "good person" if they offer, via spouting off on the internet, to kill/maim/torture a human...?
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So...you can label someone a "good person" if they offer, via spouting off on the internet, to kill/maim/torture a human...?
(Sigh)...Label?...Those are your words. Please consider everything before taking this apart...this isn't helping the purpose for the thread

Awareness is the purpose. My shock when I saw these pics. My tears for this dog while I was sipping my cup of coffee on a sat. morning before starting my day. How profoundly this upset me!!! So yah...who cares if someone spouts off about castrating this tool....better then a thumbs up or a clever caption to the pics!!!



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YES!...and there are plenty, as for comments they do not negate from the issue. However, I have no problem being reminded that there are more good people then bad people and how they propose what should be done to such type people...Even if it was a farce (which doesn't seem to be), then something good can and will come out of it. If not for this dog, then perhaps some Joe Shmo who is thinking of doing something stupid will see the humiliation in this and think again, or someones heart will be touched and will rescue a dog from a shelter or donate, or someone else just may step up and stop an abusive situation...

The internet is powerful...it's global, and the link another has posted (sorry forget name), suggests contact info for interpol and Chilean GOV...the more people that get involved and believe this DOES happen, the more that can be done. There is no shame in spouting off how you would do this or that to someone like him...Pride comes to mind, that one would feel so strongly and share their view...Animal abuse hurts everyone. Passion for helpless animals shouldn't be frowned upon, how ever it is conveyed.
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and everyone thinks my Buddy is big. LOL
is this picture real and what are those "animals" ?
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