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Mark   Athens, Tennessee

4/4/2015 7:06:17 AM

Passion is no doubt the key. This is not a perfect world, you do what you can and answer to your maker when it's done. Make a difference when possible. To try and influence or change bad behavior of others is futile. Lead by example. Support others who do the same.

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Jeremy   Perth, AK

9/10/2010 8:00:06 AM

Great article, thanks.

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janet   bethlehem, PA

6/11/2010 4:26:13 AM

thanks great information

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Janet   Bethlehem, PA

9/27/2009 11:33:48 AM

very intertesting thanks for the info

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janet   bethlehem, PA

6/6/2009 7:29:43 AM

good article thank you

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Courtney   Baltimore, MD

5/2/2009 8:35:13 AM

Very helpful. Good info, thanks!

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ed   batavia, NY

4/16/2008 4:27:14 PM

good article

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Bobbie   Richmond, VA

2/21/2008 5:58:08 PM

I thought the article was wonderful! This was my favorite
part:

[A good breeder breeds to improve the breed and tests her breeding stock in various competitive venues. Sharyn Hutchens, herself a respected breeder of the highly successful Timbreblue Whippets in Lexington, Va., points out the limited nature of that view: “Dog showing is a hobby that perhaps 1 percent of dog owners are involved in. For those of us who want to show, that’s great. But showing is not the only reason to breed.


Dogs are pets first and foremost, and there is no shame in producing healthy, happy pets for loving homes. When did we decide that no one in the world should breed except show people? And what gives us the right to proclaim that?”]

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rayelin   london, KY

1/23/2008 6:13:06 AM

them dogs are so cute

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