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01-07-2014 08:09 AM
JakodaCD OA at this point the thread can die a natural death. I'm not going to lock it because the OP doesn't like what people post.
01-06-2014 11:14 PM
Lobobear44
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Originally Posted by Springbrz View Post
I'm sorry if I offend, as I don't mean too. Can this thread die. I seems obvious Lobobear44 no longer wants to delete account as he/she is still creating threads and posting. Can we all move on, please.
@Springbrz

Problem is online forums can be too addicting! Like Facebook.

@JakotaDC

Please lock this thread.
01-06-2014 09:14 AM
Springbrz I'm sorry if I offend, as I don't mean too. Can this thread die. I seems obvious Lobobear44 no longer wants to delete account as he/she is still creating threads and posting. Can we all move on, please.
01-06-2014 03:15 AM
Freestep
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Originally Posted by Lobobear44 View Post
our Labradoodle and our friend's German shepherd both came from a responsible breeder.
There's no such thing as a responsible Labradoodle breeder.

I'd love for somebody to prove me wrong, but it's beside the point anyway.
01-06-2014 12:05 AM
holland Yes I am home sick usually I am working-have been watching it on netflix but am only up to season 2 -so things are out of sinc for me-love that show!
01-05-2014 11:57 PM
Courtney
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Selzer I love your posts...I'd love a cleaning lady...maybe like Anna on Downton Abbey
(Psst....did you watch the season premier tonight?? Can't wait to watch it tomorrow, I recorded it. Gosh, I love that series. Yes, I want my very own Anna Sneaking out of this thread now).
01-05-2014 11:48 PM
holland
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Originally Posted by selzer View Post
I think most of us would benefit from seeking professional help.
Selzer I love your posts...I'd love a cleaning lady...maybe like Anna on Downton Abbey
01-05-2014 11:32 PM
Lobobear44
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Originally Posted by LifeofRiley View Post
I think the OP is an idealistic teenager. Someone else posted that the OP is a vegan, so they are more committed to their idealism than most. I admire that.

But, with that said, I think the OP is doing a huge disservice to those who are working hard to advocate for better Animal Welfare policies in this country by regurgitating ridiculous arguments that are very extreme and, as I said, completely ridiculous.

Those of us who are really concerned with Animal Welfare are not advocating for animals to be granted the same rights as humans, they are advocating for better laws to ensure the humane treatment of animals.
@LifeofRiley

My Labradoodle is named Riley the best goofy dog in the world. Everybody loves him and is so well mannered except the barking. The only thing I find too extreme is this animal companion and breeder thing. They see this too black and white. They think dogs are being forced to breed. I mentioned to my sister and her other animal rights activist friend that our Labradoodle and our friend's German shepherd both came from a responsible breeder. None of the dogs are forced breeding. None of them would listen and were too extreme and black an white. They even got mad when I said my favorite breed is the German Shepherd Dog. I can't live my life without dogs. Need to get German shepherds and my huskies and malamutes! Going to do a combination of getting my companions from true responsible breeders and rescues.
01-05-2014 10:15 PM
LifeofRiley I think the OP is an idealistic teenager. Someone else posted that the OP is a vegan, so they are more committed to their idealism than most. I admire that.

But, with that said, I think the OP is doing a huge disservice to those who are working hard to advocate for better Animal Welfare policies in this country by regurgitating ridiculous arguments that are very extreme and, as I said, completely ridiculous.

Those of us who are really concerned with Animal Welfare are not advocating for animals to be granted the same rights as humans, they are advocating for better laws to ensure the humane treatment of animals.
01-05-2014 10:06 PM
selzer
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Originally Posted by alexg View Post
I think the OP would benefit from seeking a professional help.
I think most of us would benefit from seeking professional help.
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