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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 09-12-2012, 09:43 AM
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OK, if I have a question? I would not have the time to read that many messages. It would so turn me off and I think people want to read direct answers to their questions. They might read something 2 pages long There is something I would like to know but there is no way my eyes could do all that reading if it was even there?...
For those of us here for years, the sticky's are a god send of an easy place to send people to get instant information for frequently asked questions.

That said, I will agree that some of the sticky's may be getting a bit long with info that may not specifically be as useful.

Are there any specific sticky's you were having problem with? If they are in topics I moderate I'll go take a look and edit if needed.




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post #12 of 13 (permalink) Old 09-25-2012, 02:17 PM Thread Starter
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In a year or two from now I would like some good reading on how to train a dog to help the disabled. I read thru some things here and can't find it. The kind of dog you train and give away to help someone. There is more reading then I can do (sorry) but that seems to be my hearts calling?
I so know what you are saying about the 100th question asked and it seems to be the the same as before
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In a year or two from now I would like some good reading on how to train a dog to help the disabled. I read thru some things here and can't find it. The kind of dog you train and give away to help someone.
You're talking about raising a service dog - that would be in this sub forum: Guide, Therapy & Service Dogs - German Shepherd Dog Forums

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