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Old 08-02-2014, 07:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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No I do not have what alot of you have. Live in very remote area. Wish you all the best. Its hard to think of all of the good people/dogs here. No one wants to hear from me. Im against crates and prong collars and teaching any dog through pain. And they all want a perfect dog that will get them in to the spotlight. Show people are those who do not care for the animal in question. They have to have perfection at the expense of the dog. Who has done nothing but try to please. This site is their platform for finding ways to medically and physical treat this breed as a money maker. That sickens me. I love my dog, yes he has a little something else in the family tree, so then he is not considered of any worth to the stuck up fools that have the biggest foot hold in this site. None of you seem to care that the dogs suffer. Glue and staple a dogs ears, are you totally without compassion at all? Its horrifying to think that alleged animal advocates act this way but Ive read it over and over again. So I believe it time to find some human animals who are at the level of live and let live. And not how much could I make, pure bred with papers to boot, oh yeah. And if not by by doggy not good enough.
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Old 08-02-2014, 07:32 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Um. Wow.
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Old 08-02-2014, 08:19 PM   #3 (permalink)
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You might want to search for another forum if you are having issues here.
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Old 08-02-2014, 08:25 PM   #4 (permalink)
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I'm sorry you feel that way, but there are a lot of misconceptions in your statement. Sometimes not every forum is a good fit for someone.
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Old 08-02-2014, 08:27 PM   #5 (permalink)
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It's not that nobody wants to hear from you, it's that you constantly attack everyone for things you don't actually know anything about. You're right- there are a lot of good people and dogs here. Open your mind, learn something, and engage in the conversation- rather than constantly being on the attack. I've met a lot of great people here and learned a LOT. Once you sort through the bad eggs (and learn why the things you attack people for are just plain wrong), there's a lot of great information and community here.

You're not going to get people to converse with you by making the blanket, harsh, rude, and really offensive statements you come into just about every thread with. Tact goes a long way. Your opening phrase should be, "nobody wants to hear me constantly bash them." Change your attitude, and others will change theirs.

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Old 08-02-2014, 08:28 PM   #6 (permalink)
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I think a forum where everyone agrees on everything, might be pretty boring.

I don't always agree with everyone's methodology or goals, but I can agree to disagree.

I've learned a lot on here.

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Old 08-02-2014, 08:32 PM   #7 (permalink)
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I think your education and knowledge in the world of the German Shepherd dog is sadly lacking. Ignorance can always be corrected.

Perhaps a little video of your force free training so we can all learn a thing or two?

You ever owned or worked a WL GSD?

Have you looked into the UK GSD forum? You will likely find a lot of consensus there. Fantasy training aplenty.
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Old 08-02-2014, 08:35 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Actually, I moved the OP's post from another thread into its own thread and chose the subject line (tried to say what the OP was saying).

I thought it was sorta sad that the OP feels like no one is listening to her, so I thought a specific thread on discussing her feelings would be helpful. Just NO name calling, insinuating that anyone is 'stupid', or nasty, sarcastic remarks, (right Blitz )and perhaps talking one's feelings out will help clear things up.

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Actually, I moved the OP's post from another thread into its own thread and chose the subject line (tried to say what the OP was saying).

I thought it was sorta sad that the OP feels like no one is listening to her (him?), so I thought a specific thread on discussing her feelings would be helpful. Just NO name calling, insinuating that anyone is 'stupid', or nasty, sarcastic remarks, and perhaps talking one's feelings out will help clear things up (right Blitz ).

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The problem is, if you look at just about every one of the OP's posts, she's directly (and often pretty viscously) attacking someone or their dog directly. No wonder nobody wants to listen to her

The beauty and frustration of forums is that you're going to come across people with different life experiences, different experience levels, and different personalities than you. If you're going to come somewhere with not a lot of knowledge, you should come with your learning shoes on- not your defense/offense shoes. Skywalker's Mom, the reality is a lot of the stuff you say when you attack people is just plain false- factually, not in terms of opinions. I have learned SO MUCH from the people here, but being tactful is the only way to do it... not one person here has said anything negative about your dog- in fact, if I recall correctly, people gushed over pictures. If people talk more enthusiastically about purebreds, that's solely because this is a breed forum... I have never, in my years here, seen ONE person bash mixes and say they weren't great pets.
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Im the feelings expert around here.
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