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Taz
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Message 58 of 281 (394601)
04-12-2007 1:33 PM
Reply to: Message 55 by Minnemooseus
04-11-2007 10:41 PM


Re: Charles Mingus Cat Toilet Training Program
How I wish there's a way to toilet train my dogs.


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Taz
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Message 72 of 281 (423037)
09-19-2007 11:48 AM


Since I don't remember telling you guys this before in this thread, I guess it's time. I currently have 3 dogs. Guess I'm a dog person.


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He, him, and his are not intended as exclusively masculine pronouns. They may refer to either sex or to both sexes!


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Taz
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Message 74 of 281 (423237)
09-20-2007 1:05 PM
Reply to: Message 73 by Rrhain
09-20-2007 4:38 AM


Rrhain writes:

Two pugs:


Speaking of pugs, why the hell did they breed the certain breeds like the pugs and bull terriers? They have all kinds of health problems. Most of them can't breathe right (you can tell by the way they constantly try to breathe and the agonizing sound they make when they breathe). They can't run around to play with other dogs. They die at rediculously young age.

No offense to anyone, but it's like trying to selectively breed people with down syndrome or cerebral palsy (sp?).


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He, him, and his are not intended as exclusively masculine pronouns. They may refer to either sex or to both sexes!


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Taz
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Message 83 of 281 (424562)
09-27-2007 1:00 PM
Reply to: Message 77 by Rrhain
09-21-2007 2:42 AM


Rrhain writes:

The pugs we had lived long lives.


Really? God must not like them then, because all the pugs I know (I regularly socialize with dog owners within 40 miles of where I live) have just about every health problem you can imagine in a dog.


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He, him, and his are not intended as exclusively masculine pronouns. They may refer to either sex or to both sexes!


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Taz
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Message 116 of 281 (547181)
02-17-2010 12:18 AM


Cat people are smarter than dog people
A new research in the UK showed that cat people are brainier than dog people.

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/...and_style/article7017260.ece


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Taz
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Message 189 of 281 (633968)
09-17-2011 2:55 PM


Our dogs constantly want our attention. As I'm sitting here at the pc they're all sitting around me just staring at me. The female just jumped on my lap.

Do they really love me or do they just want food?

For the record, we don't have a regular schedule to feed our dogs. We just keep their food bowl filled all the time and let them nip at it whenever they want.

Edited by Taz, : No reason given.


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Taz
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Message 191 of 281 (633998)
09-18-2011 12:00 AM
Reply to: Message 190 by Larni
09-17-2011 7:29 PM


But that's just it. We leave the food out all the time for them. They can eat anytime they want. Our dogs don't over eat like other dogs.

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Taz
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Message 205 of 281 (669635)
07-31-2012 9:01 PM
Reply to: Message 203 by Minnemooseus
07-30-2012 11:37 PM


Re: Genuine lols, part n
I don't get it.

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