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Old 01-02-2017, 05:06 AM   #9 (permalink)
rick smith
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Re: Education Materials & Tips for Raising a Working Pup

"clueless" dog owners ....

this is a VERY interesting label to me, 'cause it gets mentioned all the time in many many dog threads.
I have spent many years wondering how this applies

I always relate it to anyone i have worked with; and it's not that i think people i work with are clueless; they often are NOT.

but in my latter years there are dots that seem to be connected as to why some owners are clueless, and now i am pretty sure it has nothing to do with either their intelligence or their manual dexterity

might be an interesting thread, but doubt it very interesting to others (LOL)
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