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Old 12-28-2012, 08:28 PM   #101 (permalink)
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Old 12-28-2012, 11:40 PM   #102 (permalink)
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Physician? You have me confuse with another member i believe- i would make a very lousy doctor as i see blood and pass out. dance (associates) business and theology all go together to open and operate a dance ministry in the future, funded by a career in accounting - I wanted 3 because only a handful of people have achieved it- I failed but got closer than most do. Was just one of those I wonder if I can things- I like school, why not? If you had an excess of time, no real financial obligations except minor expenses, would you not have tried to obtain something only a handful have?


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She used to be a very good listener. She just seems to have hit this point of im not gunna listen at all. She dont even act like she hears me anymore. She has got out on my boyfriend a couple of times. when he would walk in she would just bolt out the door between his legs. She would run around the yard. As we would approach her she would tuck and run around the house. We finally gave up the chasing her game. about 30 minutes went by and we left the front door open she would come on the porch but if she saw us waiting she would bolt again. So we would just have to leave the door open wait for her to want to come back in then shut it. She made this little game of it. When shes in the back yard with the fence she bites the fence (which has to hurt) and barks constantly wanting out. When she used to listen we would let her come out with us and follow us while we did things in the yard. So i guess she has gotten to the point she wants freedom and dont understand listening to us is just for her safety. Almost reminds me of a teenager they think they know better lol. Jesus i was a teen not to long ago. Im sure my parents went through that haha. If this consists through adulthood too (im going to continue to work with her) What would you suggest then? People in my area STEAL purebred dogs so if she ever did get loose and get out of my yard im sure i would never get her back. I need to somehow teach her not to try and to a quicky through peoples legs to get out the front door.
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Dobedream- actually no, their are a lot of things I do not know. There are several individuals I am sure are more intelligent than myself on this forum- how many individuals my age have a degree? Do you realize the amount of dedication and sacrifice that went into being where I am now? I am very proud of what I accomplished despite falling short of my goal- and to be honest I have a right to be. I went from being in special education classes- to graduating early top of my class with a degree right out of high school. The fact that I didn't sit their and use the fact I'm dyslexic as an excuse but chose to overcome it is impressive to me. I put enough effort in that I deserve the title I have, I'm sure in 4 or 5 years I won't care about displaying it but at the end of the day can you honestly say- if you had achieved this much so early in life you would not proudly display it? Seriously?


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Dobedream- actually no, their are a lot of things I do not know. There are several individuals I am sure are more intelligent than myself on this forum- how many individuals my age have a degree? Do you realize the amount of dedication and sacrifice that went into being where I am now? I am very proud of what I accomplished despite falling short of my goal- and to be honest I have a right to be. I went from being in special education classes- to graduating early top of my class with a degree right out of high school. The fact that I didn't sit their and use the fact I'm dyslexic as an excuse but chose to overcome it is impressive to me. I put enough effort in that I deserve the title I have, I'm sure in 4 or 5 years I won't care about displaying it but at the end of the day can you honestly say- if you had achieved this much so early in life you would not proudly display it? Seriously?


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I wanted to say this before but was on my iPhone on a ski lift, and I had powder to kick up. But now I'm back home and cozy, so I'll add my two cents (likely unwanted).

No, not everyone who has achieved something wonderful would broadcast it. Not even if they did it at an early age. I am sure that there are many people on this forum who have accomplished something grand that they're extremely proud of, but they don't have to go shout it from the rooftops. People are so much more than their achievements, or even their lack thereof. You can be the best at x, y, and z, and if you're a douchebag (can I say douchebag here?), THAT is what people will probably remember about you. (You, as in the collective...not YOU.)

Dr. SGranger, I am pleased for you that you were able to overcome a disability in order to get yourself a few graduate degrees. I am pleased for ANYONE who overcomes ANYTHING to reach a goal. It's one thing to be proud of yourself; it's another thing to be self-absorbed, self-righteous, and to lack self-awareness. (Again, the collective you...but if any individual feels as if it applies to them, well...there ya go.)

If we started a thread where everyone could list their accomplishments, I'm sure there would be plenty of people here who did wonderful things...but I also bet a lot of them wouldn't be pontificating.

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Yeah, sorry. I took it off course just then...

Back to the OP. We're away on vacation and Grizzly's nanny texted me this morning and said, "He has the attention span of a moth!" Puppies require our patience and our repetition...and some good training.

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As far as I know you cannot attain a Ph.D in Theology, but I guess things may have changed since I last picked up a book and studied.
My mom has her doctorate in Theology. Occasionally (usually when she's pissed with whoever is treating her as if she's invisible because she's a senior woman), she'll refer to herself as Dr. Ta... instead of Mrs. Ta...
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I wanted to say this before but was on my iPhone on a ski lift, and I had powder to kick up. But now I'm back home and cozy, so I'll add my two cents (likely unwanted).

No, not everyone who has achieved something wonderful would broadcast it. Not even if they did it at an early age. I am sure that there are many people on this forum who have accomplished something grand that they're extremely proud of, but they don't have to go shout it from the rooftops. People are so much more than their achievements, or even their lack thereof. You can be the best at x, y, and z, and if you're a douchebag (can I say douchebag here?), THAT is what people will probably remember about you. (You, as in the collective...not YOU.)

Dr. SGranger, I am pleased for you that you were able to overcome a disability in order to get yourself a few graduate degrees. I am pleased for ANYONE who overcomes ANYTHING to reach a goal. It's one thing to be proud of yourself; it's another thing to be self-absorbed, self-righteous, and to lack self-awareness. (Again, the collective you...but if any individual feels as if it applies to them, well...there ya go.)

If we started a thread where everyone could list their accomplishments, I'm sure there would be plenty of people here who did wonderful things...but I also bet a lot of them wouldn't be pontificating.

Just sayin'.



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Yeah, sorry. I took it off course just then...

Back to the OP. We're away on vacation and Grizzly's nanny texted me this morning and said, "He has the attention span of a moth!" Puppies require our patience and our repetition...and some good training.

(That was my save for taking things off track!)
No i think someone else took it off course bcuz they accused another individual of having a phd when they didnt have their facts straight.
Comedy for all, same old song and dance.
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Well I live and learn as they say, I honestly thought, theology, law and medicine were none Ph.D subjects. I stand corrected.

I often wonder what makes someone study certain subjects. In my case it was pure fascination where law is concerned. But truth is I hold other qualifications obtained mainly through work.

I salute those that do and those that at least try to get somewhere in life. No matter what the obstacles might be before them.
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Pretty sure you're referring to me, and you are correct in saying I didn't have my facts straight. Portersmama is the doc. I wouldn't say I steered this thread off-track single-handedly though. There were a few hands on that wheel.

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No i think someone else took it off course bcuz they accused another individual of having a phd when they didnt have their facts straight.
Comedy for all, same old song and dance.
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Dobedream- actually no, their are a lot of things I do not know. There are several individuals I am sure are more intelligent than myself on this forum- how many individuals my age have a degree? Do you realize the amount of dedication and sacrifice that went into being where I am now? I am very proud of what I accomplished despite falling short of my goal- and to be honest I have a right to be. I went from being in special education classes- to graduating early top of my class with a degree right out of high school. The fact that I didn't sit their and use the fact I'm dyslexic as an excuse but chose to overcome it is impressive to me. I put enough effort in that I deserve the title I have, I'm sure in 4 or 5 years I won't care about displaying it but at the end of the day can you honestly say- if you had achieved this much so early in life you would not proudly display it? Seriously?


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I sure hope you used there/their/they're and then/than correctly in your dissertations. Your posts certainly don't scream PhD...more like someone trying to prove his/herself with lies.
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Wow i havent been on the forum in awhile do to being sick (love this time of the year) and ive been busy with holidays and etc... The last couple pages confused me about the whole phd thing and etc.. Im sorry i aint that smart to understand that kinda talk rofl.

Anyways to the questions who were directed towards me...
I dont have a male and a female? not sure where the facts got mixed up there. I own my adult dog then the doberman puppy. Both females.

My adult dog i trained since a pup. She is the best dog ever as far as listening and doing what i instruct her to do. She is eager to please and is very food motivated so training her was a breeze. Of course like any dog she does have her own "issues" which is seperation anxeity. Not tearing things up destructive but she has issues with being left home alone.

To the question about what breeds ive worked with. Ive helped train and socialize and preform temperment testing on many ADULT breeds including mixes. To many to remember all of them but id go to the rescue help them out with whatever was needed and spend most of the day socializing and training there dogs. Then of course i began to foster dogs.
Ive worked with: German & Austrailian Shepherds, Old English Sheepdogs, Border collies, Pitbulls, American Bulldogs, Boxers, Great danes, Dogo argentino, Bassethounds, Golden retrievers and Labs, English bulldogs,Pomeranians, Japanese spits,Japanese chins, Pekes, Shih tzus, Pugs, Poodles, Poms, Chihuahuas,Yorkies, Maltese just really to many to name.

Most of them were adults some with and some without issues. I cant say any of them are like training a doberman. Training a puppy to a healthy adult is a totally different thing then training a adult for behavior problems or house training or properly socializing a adult to get them to the adoptable status. It is also different then training puppies in rescues because you only START there training for there new home. The new home has to continue and know what there doing to continue all the work that has already been done.

I miss working with a rescue sometimes. Those were fun times for me. Making a difference. Working closely with vets and learning. I moved away, I grew up more. I dont have all that free time i did to devote to animals. Well i have a bunch of free time but when i lived with my parents i was fresh out of school. Lived in the country not much to do but do what i loved best and help and work with animals. I still occasionally work with a humane shelter about 40 miles away. Nothing like i used to do when i was younger though. Anyways you asked i told.

Training on my end is going much better thanks to the tips that were given. I wont be on the forum for awhile. So i wont get your replies but feel free to send me a message and next time im on all answer questions.
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