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  1. I disagree with this. It is *important* in our...

    I disagree with this. It is *important* in our society to express your "genderness." If it weren't important, none of this would matter or be a big deal. Expressing gender outwardly has a lot to...
  2. Yes, I have begun to be involved. My national...

    Yes, I have begun to be involved. My national club isn't full of crazy show people though. The "dual dog" concept is huge, and as a result our national club is represented very heavily by Field...
  3. Wouldn't that be great. :) My national club...

    Wouldn't that be great. :) My national club doesn't even give breeders a list of recommended health screenings (something I recently complained about on a FB group.) People were saying they don't...
  4. Well...duh. Don't you think that most of the...

    Well...duh. Don't you think that most of the parents of transgendered kids have already done that?

    So...when the counselor agrees that your child has gender dysphoria....then what? You tell...
  5. At what age to you think a child "can really make...

    At what age to you think a child "can really make that decision?"

    What does a parent do in the meantime....force their child into the cisgender roles whether he/she likes it or not? Tell the...
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    So happy for you!!!!!

    So happy for you!!!!!
  7. Exactly. There are tons of places to go that are...

    Exactly. There are tons of places to go that are not high risk - take your puppy to the non-doggy places for now; and expand into "dog places" later.

    (school parking lot to watch kids get...
  8. There is a happy medium. You have friends with...

    There is a happy medium. You have friends with vaccinated dogs, so go ahead and let them play. You can also bring your puppy to places where she does not need to touch other dogs or people, so the...
  9. I agree 100%. Maybe my point wasn't clear...

    I agree 100%. Maybe my point wasn't clear enough. I was asking Lady Eboshi what she *would* recommend parents do, since she said:



    Sure, kids role play. Definitely! But eventually, a...
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    Jingling hard that you find him soon. :( So...

    Jingling hard that you find him soon. :( So disturbing. :(

    Fingers crossed...please update to let us know.

    Big hugs to you as well.
  11. But what is the reasonable alternative? Because,...

    But what is the reasonable alternative? Because, unlike a child wishing they were Spiderman...it could really be true that they are transgendered.

    So, if a young child says the feel like the...
  12. Her parents obviously had an agenda. Maybe they...

    Her parents obviously had an agenda. Maybe they manufacture sparkly shoes and tutus. Or, it was all for the anticipated fame and opportunity to meet Katie Couric and Bill Clinton.

    Make her use...
  13. :eek::eek: Are you actually serious that you...

    :eek::eek:

    Are you actually serious that you think kindergarten aged kids (and younger) don't understand gender? Or that boys and girls are physically different?

    This is really shocking to me....
  14. I agree. I am trying to be responsible; that's...

    I agree. I am trying to be responsible; that's the point of my questions -- how certain is the genetic connection? Does it pop up as frequently even in litters where there is no known condition? ...
  15. Unfortunately we're the potential sire...so...

    Unfortunately we're the potential sire...so crossing the bitch off our list is a hard thing because we aren't in control of anything. We have to a) find a bitch that meets our criteria; and b)...
  16. I have a Brittany, yes, a hunting breed but a...

    I have a Brittany, yes, a hunting breed but a pointing breed. Unfortunately, it's not one that has been well-studied (that I'm aware of) so I'm using other breed data to help me learn. I read a...
  17. Thanks Houndhill. As far as I know, it can be...

    Thanks Houndhill. As far as I know, it can be treated well enough in my breed, but I don't want to produce it! I know it's not as simple as some inheritable conditions, though. I suppose the...
  18. No. You are still either missing the point or...

    No. You are still either missing the point or being deliberately obtuse. That's the whole point - it's not simple.
  19. Thank you. I am interested in reading this; I...

    Thank you. I am interested in reading this; I haven't had a lot of time to look online but found a bunch of "mypet.com" type of websites which is not what I'm looking for. I also found an ongoing...
  20. I am actually not sure that people would "not be...

    I am actually not sure that people would "not be comfortable" with this; in fact the girls themselves might not have as much of an issue as their parents. Because it is quite likely that they treat...
  21. Thread: Diagonals...

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    :) Exactly.

    :) Exactly.
  22. Another question for breeders - inherited defects

    Is epilepsy an issue in your breed? Would you breed to a dog or bitch that you know had produced a puppy with epilepsy in a previous litter?

    I'm trying to understand the inheritable nature of...
  23. I agree - and in particular, we would never make...

    I agree - and in particular, we would never make adults (not in prison or the military) do this. Most gyms have private changing areas for people who do not wish to change in front of their peers. ...
  24. :confused: It concerns me that you teach...

    :confused: It concerns me that you teach elementary school and you don't think children are identifying with gender before puberty. Gender is not the same as sexual orientation. And if you don't...
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    Oh I agree with you; I was arguing that the...

    Oh I agree with you; I was arguing that the recovery time for a 3 month puppy and a 5-6 month puppy is probably not much different. ..and even at 7 my bitch was fine. (This is assuming that the OP...
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