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    Quote Originally Posted by Cotton1 View Post
    I cant watch those shows , I am far to sensitive for it. After a minute or so I had to ff your video to the " happy end" . Oddly enough that upset me because the dog was so happy it made me realize even moreso how unhappy it must have been. I am simply going soft as I get a bit older. Thats a good thing most of the time.
    Sometimes it's hard to watch some of them but because dogs are so naturally loving, they respond very well and remarkably quickly to the genuine kindness and loving patience of their rescuers. As hard as it is to see the often horrific state that they find these poor dogs in, by the end of the video you see a completely different dog. Takis is fond of saying when the poor animal is healthy and no longer terrified of people and has gained confidence, that it has a happy tail.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Private Pickle View Post
    So take in every mutt you find and hope you’re vaccination is up to date. There are hardly ever school shootings too. So nothing to worry about.
    Actually, if an animal has had one round of rabies vaccinations it is very unlikely to contract rabies. Regular rabies vaccinations are a scam. They may actually do more harm than good. So, in America, where virtually all dogs get at least one round of rabies shots, the chances of encountering a rabid stray dog are so minute as to make the risk thousands of orders less than being hit by a car or struck by lightning. Feral dogs are a different story, but still, rabies is very rare in America.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Who View Post
    Actually, if an animal has had one round of rabies vaccinations it is very unlikely to contract rabies. Regular rabies vaccinations are a scam. They may actually do more harm than good. So, in America, where virtually all dogs get at least one round of rabies shots, the chances of encountering a rabid stray dog are so minute as to make the risk thousands of orders less than being hit by a car or struck by lightning. Feral dogs are a different story, but still, rabies is very rare in America.
    Ok. You could win the lottery too. Gotta pay to play I suppose. Be my guest.
    I find your lack of faith...disturbing...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Private Pickle View Post
    Ok. You could win the lottery too. Gotta pay to play I suppose. Be my guest.
    Being excessively cautious or fearful is very limiting and creates a great deal of stress.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Who View Post
    Sometimes it's hard to watch some of them but because dogs are so naturally loving, they respond very well and remarkably quickly to the genuine kindness and loving patience of their rescuers. As hard as it is to see the often horrific state that they find these poor dogs in, by the end of the video you see a completely different dog. Takis is fond of saying when the poor animal is healthy and no longer terrified of people and has gained confidence, that it has a happy tail.
    "All is well that ends well ", they say. I don't like to see amimals in distress , ever. That is why I do not hunt. I have had more than a few arguments with people who think its some rite of passage to teach their kids to murder animals as well. To desensitize a child to the act of killing is not only ignorance in motion, its sick. However, I am consistent because I dont believe in baby killing either
    knock knock , its k-notts. Open up Cotton. Ok, I love animals, I miss dead grandma, I cried when I saw a dog hit by a car. Have I opened up enough for you K-notts? It makes me uncomfy..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cotton1 View Post
    "All is well that ends well ", they say. I don't like to see amimals in distress , ever. That is why I do not hunt. I have had more than a few arguments with people who think its some rite of passage to teach their kids to murder animals as well. To desensitize a child to the act of killing is not only ignorance in motion, its sick. However, I am consistent because I dont believe in baby killing either
    I don't believe in hunting unless that is the only way that you can feed your family. I don't believe in baby killing either, but then we may disagree on the definition of baby.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Who View Post
    Being excessively cautious or fearful is very limiting and creates a great deal of stress.
    LOL. So go out with an umbrella during a lightning storm. Chances are you won’t get hit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Private Pickle View Post
    LOL. So go out with an umbrella during a lightning storm. Chances are you won’t get hit.
    Making myself into a lightning rod in an electrical storm is rather silly. So is worrying that every stray might have rabies. If I was bitten I would go to the hospital and get tested - you can get other bugs from a bite, apart from rabies. If I contracted the rabies virus, then I'd have to endure the awful series of rabies shots. I wouldn't die of rabies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Who View Post
    Making myself into a lightning rod in an electrical storm is rather silly. So is worrying that every stray might have rabies. If I was bitten I would go to the hospital and get tested - you can get other bugs from a bite, apart from rabies. If I contracted the rabies virus, then I'd have to endure the awful series of rabies shots. I wouldn't die of rabies.
    Why? It’s rare that you would get struck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Private Pickle View Post
    Why? It’s rare that you would get struck.
    Lightning likes metal.
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