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Lemon Meringue 11-01-2007 07:20 PM

I like it when they don't crop their ears. Then they don't look mean.

Babydoll 11-12-2007 11:20 AM

Been terrified of dogs ever since I can remember.... cats rule! :rockon:

anitram 11-12-2007 09:09 PM

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Originally posted by Babydoll
Been terrified of dogs ever since I can remember....
Why?

I ask because I've honestly only had experience with happy, slobbery dogs, while more than one cat I've known was seriously demented and evil. No dog I've ever owned bit me, scratched me to the point of bleeding and leaving scars, dug his claws into my skin or thighs, etc. So I always wonder why people are afraid of dogs - did you have one crazy one attack you or is it just an unexplainable fear?

kafrun 11-12-2007 09:11 PM

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Originally posted by Lemon Meringue
I like it when they don't crop their ears. Then they don't look mean.
Yep. That look certainly makes them look more fierce. I left my pit bull's ears uncropped at the breeder's request. He saw no need to mutilate a perfectly healthy dog for style :shrug:

Babydoll 11-13-2007 12:45 AM

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Originally posted by anitram


Why?

I ask because I've honestly only had experience with happy, slobbery dogs, while more than one cat I've known was seriously demented and evil. No dog I've ever owned bit me, scratched me to the point of bleeding and leaving scars, dug his claws into my skin or thighs, etc. So I always wonder why people are afraid of dogs - did you have one crazy one attack you or is it just an unexplainable fear?

Unexplainable fear. Ever since I can remember... phobia.

bonoishot 11-18-2007 05:25 PM

I remember reading this story in the paper a few weeks ago. Animals are so loyal when loved and treated right. :heart: I'm so glad the dog survived.


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