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Discussion in 'Dog Training Forum' started by Saje, Feb 11, 2005.

  1. Saje

    Saje Island dweller

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    Hi Emma,
    I was just reading your response to BeepingBird about her Westie.

    It made me think about how dedicated you are to dogs to spend so much time on this forum (and possible others) helping troubled dog lovers have better relationships with their dogs.

    You go into so much depth with your answers and make sure that everyone understands. I'm sure that the people on here really appreciate it and their dogs probably do too!

    Point is: Thanks.
     
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    bogolove New Member

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    I agree. We really enjoy what you bring to the forum, and your educated insights have helped many of us. We really appreciate you being here to help us out, and I am sure many animals that have crossed your path would thank you too.
     
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    CreatureTeacher New Member

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    Thank you all so much! I need a kleenex... :)

    I really and truly appreciate the opportunity to help. I live, breathe, and sleep dogs dogs dogs dogs and dogs. I just can't help thinking about how much they give us and how little they ask in return.

    Anthropologists say the human race could never have gotten to this point without the help of dogs who hunted for us, protected us, and warmed us. And dogs would not be who they are today without us. Dogs and humans have a completely unique symbiotic relationship; we quite literally made each other. Because we are so closely linked in our origins, I would really like to believe that dogs and people are a sort of reflection of one another.

    And if mankind's reflection is a dog, then we can't be all bad, can we?

    That's why I do this. I want to believe that we're worthy of our reflection. That, and I love dog kisses more than anything!
     
  4. Saje

    Saje Island dweller

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    That is so true. I never thought about it quite like that. They are special creatures. :)

    You are definitely living up to your purpose on earth. :)
     
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    BigDog2191 Big German Shepherd

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    Yeah, I agree! :)

    I was checking out your website, Creature Teacher, I like what I see! :)
     
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    Thanks so much, BigDog! I wish I had the $$ to get a better website. For now I have to stick to the free kind. But at least the information's out there. :)
     

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