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Dog got skunked! Fine thing to deal with at 1am! Thank you Internet for info on what to do!!!
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The dog can skip the alarm about the deer in the yard tonight. They ate all the vegetation LAST night!! Plus, it would be nice to have uninterrupted sleep for a change!!
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Anyone have a favorite dinner place on Maui - Ka'anapali side? Not real high end, good food, nice view?
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I do not understand why anyone would have a pitbull. What a horrible story from Pacifica tonight. Pregnant woman dead. I love dogs and have always had at least one. I would NOT own a dog that has the potential to do that kind of harm. They raised him from a puppy - who knows why he did this but it really doesn't matter now, does it. The damage is done and a woman and her fetus are dead. I would never want to worry about a dog of mine like that. Problem is that if they decide to attack for some crazy reason, you don't have a chance against those jaws. What do you think?
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I have a pit mix and she's the sweetest dog ever. Any dog has the potential to turn bad. Pits get an unfair rap...there has to be more to this story than "raised him from a puppy." Dogs don't just snap like that for NO reason with NO sign of bad behavior prior to an incident like this. Not even pit bulls. The reason pits are in stories like this is that misguided people train them to be attack dogs because of their reputation for being a "tough" breed. That's not their nature, and I have known many pit bulls who are sweet, caring, family dogs their entire lives. My guess is the dog showed signs of aggression earlier in its life (or was even encouraged!!), and owners don't want to take responsibility, because someone is now dead.

Bottom line, don't blame the breed, blame the people who decide to keep a dog they don't have the time or knowledge to train. Or the people who decide they want a "tough" dog.
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What's with the hands as you get "older" - yikes! The wrists and thumbs just ain't what they used to be - they really hurt and I could hardly work in the yard. Sucks!!!
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I was just thinking the same thing! Not fair, not fair!
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