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Training dog to not be afraid ?



 
 
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Old April 24th 07, 06:01 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.behavior,alt.animals.dog,alt.pets.dogs.labrador,rec.pets.dogs.misc
glen stark
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Default Training dog to not be afraid ?

You know, I have a short list of criteria which I use to filter out
crackpots. Here are a few which put you in my kill list:

- random capitalization and punctuation.
- one trick ponyism - attributing everything to a single argument or
cause.
- signature swapping - changing the posting signature because the poster
is on so many ignore lists.
- poor grammar and spelling (beyond the normal typos and carelessness).
- unnecessary cross posting

Maybe you have interesting things to say, but until you curb these
behaviors, I'll not be listening to you. If you can't control yourself
how can I expect you to be able to train a dog properly?

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Old April 26th 07, 03:32 AM posted to rec.pets.dogs.behavior,alt.animals.dog,alt.pets.dogs.labrador,rec.pets.dogs.misc
Roy Sparacino
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Default Training dog to not be afraid ?

Glen, that other guy must be a REAL wack job. Phew!!!!!

"glen stark" wrote in message
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You know, I have a short list of criteria which I use to filter out
crackpots. Here are a few which put you in my kill list:

- random capitalization and punctuation.
- one trick ponyism - attributing everything to a single argument or
cause.
- signature swapping - changing the posting signature because the poster
is on so many ignore lists.
- poor grammar and spelling (beyond the normal typos and carelessness).
- unnecessary cross posting

Maybe you have interesting things to say, but until you curb these
behaviors, I'll not be listening to you. If you can't control yourself
how can I expect you to be able to train a dog properly?



 




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