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Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by Nellybelly, Apr 30, 2011.
Just list 1 each post.
use an electric shock collar.
Tease him when he is eating :tongue_smilie:
leave them to live in the garden
Treat them without respect.
Let them roam
Take his food bowl away without warning him.
(I just think its unfair and nicer to announce your presence instead of swooping in and nicking it 'to see if he minds' or 'to make him get used to the fact he isn't allowed to be protective').
hurt them either physically or emotionally
(they are my best friends)
Feed a crappy food
Knowingly hurt them in any way. :nono:
Get "rid of" as people so nicely put it
Ooo can I add another one?
I'd never carry Kenzie in a handbag.
all good ones. u can add as many as you like
I would never deliberately leave Bella alone more than 4 hours (of course there is a possibility something unexpected may happen that would make this impossible)...but so far it hasn't been the case, and I hoep it stays that way!
Break a promise.
Like, ''I'll take you to the beach later'' . . . and then do a road walk instead
That's just mean
Ok, Kenzie wears a coat in winter, she had a spotty baby vest on for dress up day at school, and she wore a bandana for the royal wedding yesterday, but I would NEVER do this to my dog...
use them as a status symbol (pretty difficult when you're a short, bespectacled, daft-looking person like I am!)
Never breed form them ... they are my companions ... not meal ticket.
I would NEVER over-feed them. Can't stand to see fat dogs.
I wouldn't hesitate to take them to the vet if I thought something was wrong.
Hi, never hurt or frighten him, I told him when I collected him from the rescue that his days of being hurt and frightened were over. wayne.
Any of the above, although carrying them in my handbag is tempting