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kindaloupehackenweez BS: How can people be so cruel to Animals ? (60* d) RE: BS: How can people be so cruel to Animals ? 24 Jan 06

Hello Guest aka "Dog Lover"

My first suggestion but not a serious one. Is to lure the dog over to your fence. During the cover of darkness and slip a shock
dog coller over its head and strap it to its neck and slip back in doors and take over the show for i know what you mean.

But my most adviseable suggestions is to get a hold of the book;

"Dog Speak" by Bash Dibra with Mary Ann Crenshaw.

How to Learn it, speak it, and use it to have a happy, healthy, well behaved dog.

Mainly a reinforcement style of training dogs. And no dog is too old to learn new tricks.

Then after reading it, give it to the neighbor as a "neighborly guestor" It cant be any worse than flipping him the finger.

"Daylia" No truer words spoken. although i'm living prouf of the possiblity of change. And what a sad story of the hurt and confused man.

"Repaire" Raccoon need have all the grease boiled out first prior to placeing in the oven.

Porccupine usta be protected for there one of only few (if any) animals in the wild that can be run down and eatten raw without the risk of picking up parosites. That other animals can give you if not cooked properly, such as that of pork... Survival Food
But roasted in the oven is difficult to distinquish from beef.
finnally got thru and dont see my last entry. 3 hours now. time to run spybot. Will caught ya at Mother thread. PEACE

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