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    Re: Greatest American Dog

    I agree with the above=no win situation, and I was proud of Bill the way he handled their comments, even though he wanted to speak out. This competition was completely absurd from the git go. I am from Texas, and I am rooting for Bill and Star, but the others that are left are pretty good, also. Each pair in their own way is special, but hook 'em horns, for Bill and Star!!!

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    If they bring this show back for a second season I hope they replace the British woman, who sees animal abuse in the slightest things. I think what set her off was that the other judge mentioned Cesar Millan. He uses the dominance approach, which a lot of trainers think is medieval and harsh. I'm not animal behaviorist, but I don't think the dogs are going to need therapy because their owner, say, pushed their butts into a sitting position.
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    I am on the West Coast, if someone is out there watching, I would appreciate an update. I don't know the challenge, but I am guessing it is Travis and Presley's turn to go.

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    Well, Andrew won the challenge this week.
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    The dog bone challenge. He is so cute, he looks like a little mop.

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    A dog SHOULDN'T jump from that height. I'd be concerned about a dog who would. They don't know what a "safety harness" is, and their logical proper instinct should be to NOT jump.

    This show has sunk to a new low.

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    What did they do, I remember the preview of Bill in a harness. Did the dogs have to fly?

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    I am on the West Coast, is there a bottom 3 yet? Can't watch later, I would love to know the outcome before I have to leave.

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    And I'm sure that is why Galaxy is hurting, probably the wiggling around in that harness.

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    Starr and Andrew just proved that their dogs are the most intelligent ones when they wouldn't jump.

    Bill and Starr went home...
    Last edited by sukee; 08-27-2008 at 08:58 PM.
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