On 8/10/07, Ellen wrote:
> On 8/10/07, Paula wrote:
>> Don't you think you are being judgmental? Narcissistic
>> personality perhaps? I think having a dog outdoors is fine so
>> long as the animal gets a satisfactory amount of attention.
>> Dogs and birds are NOT a good match -- alls it takes is one
>> (1) time for a disaster. A dogs behavior is basically
>> instinctive is it not?
> Absolutely. Judging is what one does when one comes to a public
> for mum and puts one business out for the world to see.
> You think having a dog outdoors is fine, I do not. Dogs are
> animals and thrive on companionship from humans. I have yet to
> see ANY dog get, what you so matter of factly, refer to as
> satisfactory attention. There are working breeds of dogs that
> fair better outdoors if they in fact are working. Others do
> indoors with their human pack.
> I live with four, well-behaved dogs that respect my birds and
> even interact with them on a limited basis. I am not so foolish
> to think that nothing could go wrong, but to imply that you will
> have a disaster if a dog lives amongst companion parrots is
> All behavior is instinctive. Humans and animals all have
> instinctive behaviors so can't see what the point you're trying
> to make. If you're implying that killing or maiming is foremost
> in their minds, you really need to brush up on canine behavior.
> As far as being narcissistic, where did that come from? Do you
> even comprehend the meaning of the word? How could you get that
> I'm in love with myself. Please don't confuse judgment with self-
> You are just as entitled to your opinion as am I.
> you speak without thinking. Have a great evening Paula.
Can somebody answer my question?