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RE: [IP] Re: Dogs and disease

Robert your entitled to your opinion, but you also need to have some respect
For the rest of us.

Sometimes is best to keep your wacked out opinions to yourself..


*OMG!!! How can you generalize such a statement to cover each & every pet.
Also, I am sure that anyone here that has a dog that alerts them or their
child to a HIGH/LOW BS would consider their "hero" filthy & disease-ridden.
You are entitled to your own personal opinion but don't make the rest of us
who "like" our pets & take proper care of them (grooming, baths, shots, vet,
food, etc.) feel like we're "dirty folk"  too.  BTW, I wouldn't want you in
my house, so you don't have to worry about anything. *
*suzeeq78 & ALI*
*MM  515   4.05*

On Sat, Jul 5, 2008 at 10:21 PM, Robert <email @ redacted> wrote:

> There is no way I would allow any animal in my house.  Animals belong
> outside.  Dogs are so dangerous not something I would want around.  They
> carry nothing but disease and parasites.
> Plus, you have to take care of them all the time.  What a waste of money
> and
> time.
> My sister has horses, dogs and chickens and we feel she should be put
> She spends well over $25,000 a year on these creatures.  Terrible waste of
> money.
> For myself and my family we will just spend about that every year on
> world wide and really see wonderful places, eat in great restaurants of
> world and enjoy all the great museums.
> Animals are dirty folks.  How could you have one in your house.
> Robert
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> .
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