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Old 09 May 2013, 09:32 PM
Ryda Wong, EBfCo. Ryda Wong, EBfCo. is offline
 
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The problem isn't the dogs being in public. It's stupid owners with bringing their dogs into the public.

You do not allow your dog to approach a human being unless that human being invites the contact. Not even in a crowded elevator. You train your dog to have its primary focus on you, not on what's around you and to respond if you ask it to do something. And, while your dog is in public, you WATCH YOUR DOG. Don't chat mindlessly on your cell while fido does whatever he chooses.
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