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August 02, 2007

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Sunshine

You are too awesome for words for writing this post.

It really is that simple!!! Hopefully more will realize this very simple truth.

We child proof our house, our kitchen drawers, the cabinet under our sinks, (I could go on ...). We wouldn't leave the cookies on the table within reach of our toddlers only to slap their hands every time their eyes, nose and curiosity got the best of them.

So for those of you out there who haven't made the connection.

PLEASE treat your dogs with the same dignity and respect. They'll love you all the more for it.

"Sunshine"

Julie Pippert

I understand. Hang in there.

I believe you.

And my poor dog...he is the most patient animal in the world these days. Rain and rain and endless rain = not enough fun for the dog (but he does like the lake that used to be our backyard).

Here's my question when you get time: is it illegal to have dogs loose in the back of the truck? If not, why not?

Julie
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Hungrydog

Funny and good points. I think the owners need to be the ones getting trained.

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