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Old 03-19-2009, 03:19 AM   #91 (permalink)
 
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This is really unfortunate.

Personally, I have read this entire thread, and do not believe ANYONE here was advocating the culling of any boxers. I also am disappointed that some people feel that having an open discussion about breeding is in any way sh!t talking about white boxers.

For the record, I do not believe anyone was trolling in this forum. Maybe I'm naive, but I really believe this was a discussion (not a debate) with regard to various health concerns in boxers via breeding. Since I have (and have had) boxers, I thought it was an important discussion because I think we all want boxers to be healthy as a breed! Also, in light of the recent video that was discussed, I thought a relevant one. It's really too bad it's been degraded to a perceived hate-fest against white boxers.
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Old 03-19-2009, 03:25 AM   #92 (permalink)
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You have indeed overstayed your welcome...I never said I wanted more boxers to be deaf ...I said that I personally wanted more in my home...None of us want more deaf boxers nobody stated that, what we said is we love them regardless.

Again, re-read my post a deaf dog is not disabled....Quit feeling sorry for them, Storm doesn't want your sympathy she couldn't give two shits she is deaf....if you feel

that they have limitations they will, my deaf boxer does not. I am sick of the sympathy and the lack of education... Deaf boxers are just as easy to train as hearing

dogs. Storm was my first deaf dog and look at what all I have taught myself....I work with rescue, teaching them what I've learned....You take a helpless stance like

you can't do it then you right you can't....Don't limit yourself to only hearing dogs bc you are missing out on a beautiful world...

People fear what they don't know or understand and that is my pitty for you...You don't know the first thing about deaf dogs and if everyone throws up there hands and says that is too much responsibilty we are all mistaken....My fawn takes up more time medically then any of my pets and requires more time from me bc of that...Training a deaf dog is the easiest part of my day....

I assume I am correct you have no experience with deaf dogs what so ever, you have just come start sh*t....To be honest, you came to the right place, because this forum won't tolerate people like you.
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Old 03-19-2009, 03:26 AM   #93 (permalink)
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This is really unfortunate.

Personally, I have read this entire thread, and do not believe ANYONE here was advocating the culling of any boxers. I also am disappointed that some people feel that having an open discussion about breeding is in any way sh!t talking about white boxers.

For the record, I do not believe anyone was trolling in this forum. Maybe I'm naive, but I really believe this was a discussion (not a debate) with regard to various health concerns in boxers via breeding. Since I have (and have had) boxers, I thought it was an important discussion because I think we all want boxers to be healthy as a breed! Also, in light of the recent video that was discussed, I thought a relevant one. It's really too bad it's been degraded to a perceived hate-fest against white boxers.
Maybe you missed the part about deaf boxers, you may go back over it....It was quite offensive even to those whom don't have deaf boxers....I do...so personally I will not tolerate ignorance, especially from someone(tara) whom has never spent time with a deaf dog...I don't think anyone looking through their rose colored glasses should judge on something they know nothing about....
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Old 03-19-2009, 03:44 AM   #94 (permalink)
 
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I read quite well thank you.

Some people have commented this was "sh!t" talking about white boxers.

I'm sorry, I just think your anger is misdirected. Whether deafness is a disability (at least with humans) is up for debate, but I'm not here to debate that with you. Neither the original post nor the following discussion was meant to be hurtful, just theoretical and thought provoking. And as a final thought, you attract more flies with honey.
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I apologize if you took what I said as offensive but I had a genuine concern that you had missed the part about deaf boxers.....I don't think there is anything challenging about what she said at all...Calculus is challenging...Her opinion was one to that is very offensive to those with deaf children that she knew would provoke anger in the white boxer community...
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Old 03-19-2009, 04:11 AM   #96 (permalink)
 
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No problem, I did read it all.

Honestly, the discussion has had me consider more what I think about deaf dogs. I have always had brindle boxers, and one white I rescued off the streets of Austin (as a matter of fact). Honestly, my Brisket is an easy going, fun loving Frito-smelling guy, but I must admit I'm can't help but feel a little jealous of the connection that people have with their non-hearing dogs. My dog MIGHT be smart, but let's face it, he doesn't get to prove it to me all day, every day!

I honestly believe owning a deaf dog is a special experience, I suspect you really get to know their souls.

(you keep editing your post while I'm trying to reply).
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No problem, I did read it all.

Honestly, the discussion has had me consider more what I think about deaf dogs. I have always had brindle boxers, and one white I rescued off the streets of Austin (as a matter of fact). Honestly, my Brisket is an easy going, fun loving Frito-smelling guy, but I must admit I'm can't help but feel a little jealous of the connection that people have with their non-hearing dogs. My dog MIGHT be smart, but let's face it, he doesn't get to prove it to me all day, every day!

I honestly believe owning a deaf dog is a special experience, I suspect you really get to know their souls.

You are so right the connection is something that makes me want eveyone to know what it is like... but by the looks of your baby on the couch, I think you have a great thing going!!!
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I know soorrrryyy, I have a 70 plus dog on my lap who thinks he can type
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