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Old 06-04-2012, 04:04 PM   #99
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Oh, the dead horse beating goes on. lol
It has been proved that people with pets live longer. So maybe we are the lucky ones. Let those without die sooner. hahah
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Old 06-04-2012, 04:10 PM   #100
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So what is your point? Now it is not the poop that offends you, it is their licking???


Kate: sorry for being so vague. Let me make it a little clearer, I find both the poo and the licking offensive.

Dog owners who allow their mutts to lick their private parts, then immediately lick their owners face, will not see anything wrong with a little poo deposited around the campground !
Hey If they get it licked on their face, why should it bother me to step in it or get it on my shoes, right? Kate I don't bet but if I did, I bet you like dog kisses ?

Don't worry I stay at dog hating parks if I have a choice.
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Old 06-04-2012, 04:17 PM   #101
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Oh, the dead horse beating goes on. lol
It has been proved that people with pets live longer. So maybe we are the lucky ones. Let those without die sooner. hahah
Such kindness being shown, WISHING early death to someone who disagrees with you ! Where is the helpful little moderators ? Bing are you a doggie kisser ?
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Old 06-04-2012, 04:24 PM   #102
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No never wish such a thing on anyone. Only repeating what the news tells us. Pets keep up living longer.
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Old 06-04-2012, 04:27 PM   #103
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Old 06-04-2012, 04:32 PM   #104
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In this case they are one and the same. Now get out from under that chair so we have a clear shot at you.
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We're getting WAY too personal here folks. Please tone it down and stay on topic.

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The simple mechanical action of a dog's tongue can be helpful in dealing with a wound. The saliva of a dog's tongues acts to loosen any debris that may be on the surface of the wound. Any dirt or other debris will also become attached to the moisture of the saliva, thus at the very least, the area of the wound will be cleansed.

However the focus of much scientific research has been on the various antibiotic and helpful compounds which are found in a dog's saliva. The healing powers of saliva have long been suspected, because lesions inside the mouth mend more quickly and scar less than wounds on the skin. Menno Oudhoff of the University of Amsterdam found simple proteins called histatins in saliva. These are well known for their ability to ward off infections. Some histatins also prompt cells from the skin's surface (called the epithelium) to close over a wound more quickly. Oudhoff noted "The first thing that needs to happen for wound healing is to activate the migration of epithelial cells."

Dr. Nigel Benjamin, a clinical pharmacologist with St. Bartholomew's Hospital and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry, claims that licking wounds is as beneficial to humans as it is to animals. His research showed that when saliva comes in contact with skin, nitrite-a natural component of saliva-breaks down into nitric oxide, a chemical compound that is effective in protecting cuts and scratches from bacterial infections. In addition, researchers at the University of Florida at Gainesville have discovered a protein called Nerve Growth Factor (NGF) in saliva. Wounds doused with NGF healed twice as fast as untreated (that is unlicked) wounds.

Interesting eh?
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People just don't think and we are all guilty of something..some try to respect other's more then some .. my mum told me you get more done with sugar then vinegar ... Education is the key to People like this ..
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So what is your point? Now it is not the poop that offends you, it is their licking???


Kate: sorry for being so vague. Let me make it a little clearer, I find both the poo and the licking offensive.

Dog owners who allow their mutts to lick their private parts, then immediately lick their owners face, will not see anything wrong with a little poo deposited around the campground !
Hey If they get it licked on their face, why should it bother me to step in it or get it on my shoes, right? Kate I don't bet but if I did, I bet you like dog kisses ?

Don't worry I stay at dog hating parks if I have a choice.
X2 you have my vote
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Wow, has this thing gone way down hill and way off topic. Responsible dog owners are just as tired as non owners. 80 percent of our group are dog owners and file formal complaints. If you don't follow the cgs leash rules smile. If one of our members are there you will help the local economy. Cg owners are behind us. Irv2 has rules we all agree to abide by, so do cg
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Yes it has gone way down hill.

Reading the posts just confirms that there are people who are not happy unless they are complaining and telling others how to conduct their lives.This narcissistic behavior appears in dog owners and non dog owners.
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Yes it has gone way down hill.

Reading the posts just confirms that there are people who are not happy unless they are complaining and telling others how to conduct their lives.This narcissistic behavior appears in dog owners and non dog owners.
I couldn't agree more.
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