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Old 07-08-2015, 02:37 PM   #101
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Not at all. If there is one thing that this forum will never agree on its dogs. I don't feel that you did anything wrong unless your dog was off leash. If you are saying what I think you are and the dog was at the edge of the lot well that is what dogs do. They smell and mark and it doesn't really hurt anything. If the dog was off leash or on one of those retractable leashes well you might have been wrong but clearly he overreacted. I love the sighs people but in the yards of their lots that say "No Dogs" or a circle with the line through it over a dog peeing. Dogs can't read and they just walk along and lift a leg before you can stop them. I'm a lot owner so I know how much work goes into a lot. Bottom line is if everyone is courteous and tries to be responsible there is no reason for this nonsense. We have two of them little PIA and I wouldn't trade them for anything.
Yeah, perhaps I was a bit too "aggressive" on 15berkxl. But ask any park operator and the single biggest problem the have is with pets.

Anyhow, 15berkxl I apologize for hitting you so hard.

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Old 07-08-2015, 03:25 PM   #102
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Our biggest dog problem is from these little squirrel sized dogs. They yip and yap constantly and the owners do NOTHING. I'd rather they come pee then keep up the constant yapping. How can owners be so rude to let dogs go on all day.
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Because their DOGS ARE SPECIAL.[/B]
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Old 07-08-2015, 03:56 PM   #104
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Because their DOGS ARE SPECIAL.[/B]
After meeting some of these owners of yippie dogs I think it is the owners projecting through their dogs. They would love to yell and snip at everything that goes by but they let their dogs speak for them.

Cesar Millan could help some of these people.
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After meeting some of these owners of yippie dogs I think it is the owners projecting through their dogs. They would love to yell and snip at everything that goes by but they let their dogs speak for them.

Cesar Millan could help some of these people.
There is no doubt in my mind that a dog's demeanor is an exact mirror image of their owner.

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Old 07-08-2015, 07:52 PM   #106
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Mine are special I know that. Do they yap all the time? Better to ask everyone at the end of the Watkins Glen rally. You really should be here. Click image for larger version

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Old 07-08-2015, 11:14 PM   #107
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Mine are special I know that. Do they yap all the time? Better to ask everyone at the end of the Watkins Glen rally. You really should be here. Attachment 82383
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They are a struggle sometimes but they are good puppies.
You just had to post a pic of them, didn't you?? I'm green with envy.

BTW, as far as "yapping" doggies..... Much of the time they are suffering from separation anxiety disorder. I consider an owner that leaves such an animal alone all day while they are gone (probably out having a great time) to be guilty of animal cruelty.

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They are definitely our family, ours travel well and they too are special.
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Do they or not? If not great. And i would have loved to be at Watkins Glen for the race.
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Do they or not? If not great. And i would have loved to be at Watkins Glen for the race.

Race? I thought they built the track for the wine festival. The do bark. Dogs are supposed too. We do work with them to be quite and are mostly successful. I've never had small dogs. They are definitely different from the big dogs we have had.
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