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Old 07-25-2009, 06:04 AM
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There are always some people who make sense out of nonsense. It is amazing how many guardians for genetically degenerated and crippled by neutering and spaying dogs. Just take a look back, in times, when all glorious hunting dogs had been developed. They were bred selectively for working ability, brains and endurance. Bad dogs were killed, often by hanging. When caring of you neutered and spayed dogs, you satisfy your lust for control over disabled animals, so-called "family members", but you do disservice to the breed. All that guardianship is the first step towards eliminating dog ownership altogether. This is what animal rightists want. Those of us, who value dogs as dogs, our friends and companions, should stand united against this slimy ideology, creeping from town to town and from state to state. Watch for politicians before voting. For the improvement of breed, it does not matter how individual animals die or become neutered and spayed, which in evolutionary sense is the same as death. What matters is what kind of dogs live and porcreate. This is what is a serious matter of concern. Indifference will kill your dog haveing and breeding hobby. Way of life is shaping every breed. Disabled, spayed, neutered and chronically ill dogs are good for obese and lazy people, mainly urbanites. Who takes care of preservation of dogs needed by able bodied people, who like outdoors?
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