carlinneworleans wrote: PUT AN END TO THE ENDLESS DEBATE!
um... this debate is the point of this thread... So that when cropping/docking threatens to hijack yet another thread people can come here.
AllAmericanPUP wrote:There was no anesthetic.
Anybody and everybody I have ever talked to, has said that there is never anesthetic invovled in docking tails on puppies.
AllAmericanPUP wrote:I would never put a rubberband around a tail and just let if fall off..
i think that's horrible.
Why must these same individuals speak out in hatred of the rest of society, when they themselves add to the negativity by having the tell tale signs of a ring dog, attack dog, vicious killer if you will...
duckzilla wrote:I'll preface the following with ... TO ME... it looks horrible.
duckzilla wrote:the dogs lose all sense of outward emotion.
duckzilla wrote:And speaking of tails... well same deal man...
duckzilla wrote:Why do people, breeders, professional dog show people etc. still insist on docking tails and hacking ears off of these amazing, wonderful, sensitive, and intuitive companion animals. I mean, isn't one of our PRIMARY functions in this forum, and beyond, to end the stigma of our beloved breed being a ring champion and morbid implement of destruction? Why must these same individuals speak out in hatred of the rest of society, when they themselves add to the negativity by having the tell tale signs of a ring dog, attack dog, vicious killer if you will...
duckzilla wrote:I know that some of you on here have your dogs ears and tails hacked, and, I mean you no disrespect.
The earlobes are desiged, by nature to carry sound waves to the brain. It is a known fact that sound waves deviating from the natural path from ear lobe to the ear canal can and does cause developmental as well as perceptual and mental problems animals
duckzilla wrote:However, I must protest about the trimming male parts. There are several very vaible hygenic and medical reasons for "male babies" parts to be trimmed.
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