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The truth is always a thing of beauty.
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Then why is it that the more time I spend with humans, the more time I want to spend with dogs?
Steve
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Steve B wrote:

Perhaps because, unlike cats, you get unconditional love?
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wrote:

"Dead Nut On"
-- Oren
"Well, it doesn't happen all the time, but when it happens, it happens constantly."
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Steve B wrote:

Cats. Think cats. Quiet, clean, smart.
Pete C.
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Pete C. wrote:

Aloof, conniving, ungrateful
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"F.H." wrote:

Not my short furry wife. Affectionate and possessive.
Pete C.
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wrote:

and generally useless. There are lots of examples of working dogs. Cats are just walking fur that kill anything they can for no reason. The only difference between a tabby can and a mountain lion is the size of the animals they kill.
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It is possible to admire that.

That's why I have cats (3). I have a field in front, and a field in back. Without cats, the voles, tree-rats, mice, chipmunks, and such would live in my attic and make constant raids on my kitchen.
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How do the cats control tree rats? (AKA roof rat or rattus rattus for you science buffs) A roof rat can live it's whole life and never touch the ground. They also reproduce faster than cats can kill them. That is not true of the other animals that compete with them for food. When cats are present, the only other animals you usually see are rats and the rats will breed up to the available food supply, dropping a litter of new pups every 6 weeks or so.
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Pete C. wrote:

Too curious for their own good.
http://www.veoh.com/videos/e1748808JQBtjtt
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My cat, which I gave to my MIL three years ago, went to Kitty Heaven about a month ago. Mom was devastated. So, we went to the shelter, and got the cutest 1.5 year old cat. Blue eyes, thin, docile, lovey, just a nice cat. AND, she had been there six weeks, so she was only $15! I don't know why someone didn't scoop her up long ago, but anyway .........
Mom got a new cat, and we got to spring ANOTHER rescue animal from the pound. We got our last two dogs from there, both a couple of loveable dogs.
I think they're just so glad to get out of that cage that they never forget you were the one who sprung them. Ours haven't.
I'm not a cat hater. I actually like them, but have a slight allergy to them. I don't have this with my dogs.
And BTW, I have one of the smartest dogs in the world, a Pembroke Welsh Corgi. Any Corgi owner will verify this statement. The other is cross between a Rottweiler, Black Lab, and a pussycat.
Steve
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Steve B wrote:

I'm quite allergic to cats, however if I'm around them all the time my allergy mostly disappears and a little claratin takes care of the rest. If I'm away from cats for too long it starts to come back. Surviving the initial acclimation just required the claratin and a few bottles of primatene.
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I can answer that. Your dog; like mine, won't talk back.
-- Oren
"Well, it doesn't happen all the time, but when it happens, it happens constantly."
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And, like Dave Barry sez: paraphrasing ........... you can say the stupidest thing to a dog and they look at you and say ......... WOW ........ you know, I never looked at it THAT way .........
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wrote:

I can't get my bride to see things like me and Bo (bark less Basenji) he looks like this:
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&sa=X&oi=spell&resnum=0&ct=result&cd=1&q=+Basenji&spell=1
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basenji
-- Oren
"Well, it doesn't happen all the time, but when it happens, it happens constantly."
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Sounds like you're a football coach.
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They are behind a block wall with locked gates. It's a black lab, and I have a black lab/Rott mix. She's just a pussycat, and I can't imagine her having to sleep in freezing temps for a week now. Animal control came today and saw it had no shelter, but didn't take the dog.
If the guy's that mean, I'm sure he'd have me arrested for "stealing" his dog. Which would be legally and technically correct since I removed the dog from his property without his permission.
I love the law, don't you?
Steve
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wrote:

I went this old link on google. Text cut and pasted (one dead link removed) and don't know if this works.. maybe you ??
(paste on)
creedmore,
Tell me what you think of this idea. You could begin doing it every day as soon as the offending neighbors get home. Their dogs will drive THEM crazy, and maybe they would then take action..
There's a lot more ideas at this link, including how to make the device. This guy started it in the early am and "barked the dogs out."
Subject: Barking Howling Neighbors Dogs
..."I made a rparabolic speake (reversed a parabolic microphone) and used a dog whistle tuned to the frequency that annoyed the dogs the most. Then I placed it in the focal point of the dish, powered it using an aquarium pump and directed it toward the space where the dogs were kept. It went on day and night for about three days and soon there was silence, sweet silence.
Note this post:
Posted by BORDERS: February 10th, 2005 at 12:01pm ...for the best instructions.
Still looking...
~~Cynthia
(paste off)
-- Oren
"Well, it doesn't happen all the time, but when it happens, it happens constantly."
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<<I know if the dogs will just get some negative responses to their barking, they will probably quit. But for now, it's about to drive me around the corner. >>
Not necessarily. My brother owns two dachshunds that barked incessantly. The neighbors sued him, forcing him to put these devices on their collars that sent an electric shock when they barked. This worked for a while, but they got used to the shocks and the barking continued. The neighbor's complained and they had to have the dog's vocal cords cut. The damn things still tried to bark, but managed only a whisper.
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