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post #1 of 47 (permalink) Old 01-22-2014, 12:59 AM Thread Starter
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What amazes me.

I'm starting to get the hint here. Some people can't get there dogs to sit but want to give advice on advance training.

Some talk about conformation but their dog weighs 130 pounds.

Some talk about the breed standard but can't produce a pedigree.

I can go on and on but I won't. There are many people here talking poo poo that have dogs that don't conform, ill temperament, sick, biters, etc yet they give advice like they own Rin Tin Tin.
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post #2 of 47 (permalink) Old 01-22-2014, 01:05 AM
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Guess you have to learn what you can, that you think is revelant and learn to sift through what you think is Poo Poo
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You have to decide who you trust; it's not that hard, I don't think, to see who has lots of dog experience or not. And there are many people who, while I may not like their tone or attitude, are really experienced and so even if I don't like them I trust their advice and guidance.
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Harley you took the words right out of my mouth..lol

Yes its true there are a few experienced people that let us have it. But I think its because they are so tired of seeing us unexperienced owners screwing our dogs up. Lol. I have learned so much here and having a one year old I have so much more to learn.
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There are also people here that choose to continuously fabricate stories, make light of serious discussion and attempt to bait people into arguments.

Why should someone who has devoted their life to dog training and husbandry waste their time with such people?

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You also have to consider that some people can be knowledgable, yet not have a perfect working dog, not every Ferrari mechanic comes to work in a F40


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is this like the pot calling the kettle black?

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I have a hard time wording my posts. I try to explain it to try to help people out, but usually ends up back firing and making me look like a dumb a_ _. I try to help if I can.

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Harley you took the words right out of my mouth..lol

Yes its true there are a few experienced people that let us have it. But I think its because they are so tired of seeing us unexperienced owners screwing our dogs up. Lol. I have learned so much here and having a one year old I have so much more to learn.
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