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Alan

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    Lapel Indiana
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    Pit Bulls- Computers-Ferrets-Writting
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    Circuit board manufacturing
  1. [quote name='courtnek']they are amazing, arent they? I see so every day when I hear stories like this. they just KNOW somehow...[/quote] Maybe this is why that dog is said to be man's best friend. I was just sitting here a couple days ago thinking about the versitility of dogs. Dogs can and have helped man in many ways throughout time. We have used them to guard and protect, hunt, herd, transport, assit, as in for the handicapped, and other things which Im sure I forgot. We use their nose and ears because theirs are better than ours and it is even said, that they can sometimes see int
  2. [quote name='DivineOblivion19'][color=indigo]Mine looks just like yours!! What do you think???? LMAO ROTF and they call me a Smart @$$! [size=2](this is the worst copy/paste job in history.....)[/size][/color] [img]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v729/DivineOblivion19/Edgina.jpg[/img][/quote]
  3. [quote name='Rainbow']What do you think? [img]http://onfinite.com/libraries/7030/25b.jpg[/img] [img]http://onfinite.com/libraries/9255/eac.jpg[/img][/quote] I think you are stealing my dog while Im at work! :evilbat: :lol:
  4. The 45th Skippy Dog Hero of the Year is Shelby, a 7-year-old German Shepherd from Ely, Iowa, who saved the lives of two adults and two children by alerting them to dangerously high carbon monoxide levels in the home where they were sleeping. On the evening of December 13, after a long day of baking Christmas cookies, John and Janet Walderbach were awakened by the cries of their friends' two children, who were overnight guests. They and the children awoke with terrible headaches and upset stomachs. As Janet was rocking the younger child to sleep, she passed out. Shelby revived her
  5. A worker at a New York City animal shelter was in the doghouse yesterday - arrested and facing charges of endangering his two children and torturing animals. Alphonso Trotter, 40 a staffer at the Manhattan Shelter of New York City Animal Care and Control, was arrested Tuesday after police were called to his Bronx apartment on a report of a family dispute. Police said they found Trotter's children, ages 7 and 8, in what they described as a filthy, foul-smelling apartment strewn with animal feces, rotting food and other garbage. They also found two pit bulls, on
  6. I thought it would be interesting to see how many dogs here resemble each other. If your dog looks anything at all like mine, post it. It doesnt even have to be the same breed. [img]http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a160/pitbullcomputers/Myedge.jpg[/img]
  7. [quote name='JackieMaya']Court, thank Dog your dogs let you know! I'm glad your son is going to be okay. Dogs are SOOO perceptive. Just ask Kat about her Sheltie roomie![/quote] Excellent Post! Glad he will be ok. :D
  8. [quote name='courtnek']and you did see the laughing icons...no harm.,no foul... :lol: :lol: :lol:[/quote] Ya, I saw. I just wanted to be sure it was safe to come out from under the bed :lol:
  9. [quote name='courtnek']I MAY have to take a road trip to Indiana.... :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:[/quote] You did see in that other thread that I was only messin with you right?? :lol:
  10. [quote name='courtnek'][quote]LOL No, you're wong! I agree with you! I already knew what you would say. If I ever meet you though, I'll bet I will be the politest guy you have ever met in your life[/quote] ok thats just wrong.....you have a completely wrong opinion of me. I am not aggressive day to day....I actually try to help people with aggression problems...things to do other than kill people...like throw dishes and enjoy the sound of their breaking....relieves stress, trust me... you set up a scenario where my dog (or my kid, or my friends) were snatched. and asked what I would
  11. My grandfather was trying to house break a dog. He got mad cause the dog peed in the floor! He beat the dog with a newspaper, then through the dog through the window, glas and all!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :evil: The dog was ok. He didnt pee in the house for a couple weeks after that. One day he peed, grandpa gave him a dirty look, the dog grabbed the newspaper in his mouth, beat his own ass, and jumped out the window! Of course, this is a joke! My grandpa used to tell us he knew his dog was smart because this happened but it never happend really.
  12. [quote name='BuddysMom'][quote name='Mei-Mei']I'd just keep my distance, follow the truck and call the police on my cell. :)[/quote] I agree. I wouldn't want to blow my cover. Shooting out tires or confronting may result in my dog getting hurt.[/quote] Nooo!!!!!!!!!! The dog wouldnt get hurt as long as you shoot them between the eyes before they have a chance to do anything. Then blow out the tires to cover you ass! :lol:
  13. [quote name='BuddysMom']This was all very interesting; the article and responses. Thanks![/quote] I also agree but let me throw in something to make you scratch your head. I am not saying I believe this, just asking. When I grew up, it was common for everyones dogs to run loose in the neighborhood. Everyone knew whose dogs were whose and everyone got to know each others dogs. People didnt fear the Pit Bull because they knew it belonged to the Jones family and the big Mastiff belonged to the smith family and everyone petted and fed everyones dogs. The bad part is, everyones
  14. Why do dogs attack? At the end of January 2003, seven-year-old Carolina Anderson was badly mauled by an American staffordshire dog while playing in an Auckland park. This was the first of a spate of dog attacks. Quite simply we don’t know. One would need to have seen how the child, the dog and its owners behaved in the minutes before the attack, and one would need to know more about the dog’s background, specifically its breeding and training. There is little information available on the background of dog attacks in New Zealand but international research suggests that the majo
  15. How to Avoid a Dog Attack Ways to avoid getting bitten while walking or jogging. Difficulty Level: Easy Time Required: 1 minute -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Here's How: Keep a safe distance between yourself and dogs being walked on leash. Ask owner's permission before approaching a dog, on leash or in yard. Never approach a barking, snarling, sleeping, eating, or nursing dog. Do not stare the dog in the eyes. Turn sideways and slowly withdraw. Put an object such as a tree, post, or bench bet
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