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Old 20th November 2014, 03:19 AM
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when human lives are cheap, like how they sat on the relief for Tacloban or refusing to declare curfew/compulsory evacuation because of legal nitty gritty .... well, did you say Dogs need to be treated better ??

PS, in case anybody disputes the Tacloban stories, well, the actual story seems that using the legal mumbo jumbos, the Central govt curtailed more active assistance and evacuation

And then they blamed mother nature - the "STORM SURGE" wasn't predicted .. !!!
Yes sir I did say dogs as that is what the thread is about. As far as the other subject you are right as well, but not to get off the track.
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FJ, Before I left the US, I had a boxer, female, fawn and white, for almost ten years she slept with me every night with her head on the pillow like a human...always met me at the door, always followed me to the door when I went to work...the love of my life
She died of a stroke two months before I came here..I brought her here though, her ashes sit on my bedside table...
Ive been looking for a fawn and white female boxer since Ive been here to no avail..Lee
Have you checked OLX several boxers there also Wyndora - Phillipines - Boxer Puppies also here Boxer Dog - Animals & Pets - Philippines | Chitku.ph might find what your looking for then there is the AKCUPI AKCUPI

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Not sure about laws involving carry of pepper spray there, but I've sprayed several dogs in similar situation in past when living in VA (was actually carrying my Sig, but did not feel need to shoot at that point since was not attacking me) and it only took one time for them to learn because I guarantee it tore their eyes and nose up for a while. Once I saw how good it worked first time on a dog attaching my half border collie/half golden retriver, I made sure to have it always for just that situation. There was one dog that tried a second time and when he saw me raise the canister, well, he must've remembered the first time because he beat tail and stayed away. I love dogs, but I Hate dogs that do what you mentioned and wouldn't hesitate to spray 'em again in that situation. I'd get some of that or figure out how to make some home made and carry that along w/ the stick and ensure You don't get jumped. Just my 2 cents.
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Not sure about laws involving carry of pepper spray there, but I've sprayed several dogs in similar situation in past when living in VA (was actually carrying my Sig, but did not feel need to shoot at that point since was not attacking me) and it only took one time for them to learn because I guarantee it tore their eyes and nose up for a while. Once I saw how good it worked first time on a dog attaching my half border collie/half golden retriver, I made sure to have it always for just that situation. There was one dog that tried a second time and when he saw me raise the canister, well, he must've remembered the first time because he beat tail and stayed away. I love dogs, but I Hate dogs that do what you mentioned and wouldn't hesitate to spray 'em again in that situation. I'd get some of that or figure out how to make some home made and carry that along w/ the stick and ensure You don't get jumped. Just my 2 cents.
I was carry concealed license in the US and sure miss carrying also, I had a Glock, was gonna bring it here till I read all the rules and didn't want to deal with that issue but basically only Philippine citizens are allowed to carry.

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