Do Dogs have the right to use a computer if they want to?

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  1. Cloud

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    Why are we as a society preventing them? Discuss
     
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    Who's preventing them?
     
  3. Eddiebadassdavis

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    They have no right. Do you know what they do
    To computers
     
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    We certainly do allow them to. How else would @Kittypaws be able to get on the forum?
     
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    Namby pamby, leftie cry-baby BS... AGAIN!! :mad:

    Let me lay down some straight FACTS for you here:

    -- The idea that dogs are being prevented from accessing computers is a MYTH. Statistically speaking dogs do use computers less than people, but there are many factors, both biological and societal, that contribute to this data - and I hate to break it to you but there is NO evidence whatsoever that so-called "Human Privilege" is one them!

    -- Dogs and humans ARE different. I know it's not "Politically Correct" to say that these days, but I'm afraid facts don't care about your feelings. Dogs and Humans have been different for thousands of years and its only in the last half of this decade that it's suddenly become a hate crime to suggest otherwise. Like it or not, the majority of dogs do NOT want to use computers, they just want to lick their own balls.

    -- Equality works both ways. The hypocrisy from the left on this matter is absolutely incredible. If I, as a 'human', wanted to enter Crufts I would doubtless be told that the competition is only valid for members of so called 'Canine Community'. So can you explain to me how lack of access to computers for dogs is a form of prejudice and yet somehow the blanket rejection of humans entering 'best in show' contests isn't? We have a term for that where I come from... It's called 'Double Standards'.

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    And can I just add at this juncture, before you all jump down my throat, that I have no problems with dogs myself. As a matter of fact my best friend is a dog. So think on.
     
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    No! I can't be doing with endless boxes of dog food and dog toys turning up that have been ordered from Amazon. Not to mention doggie magazines. You know the type I mean. It would be too inconvenient. Especially as we don't have any dogs.
     
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    I imagine a doggie porn mag would be called doggie style and would list good dogging spots
     
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    I'd imagine you'd probably read it too, Neil.
     
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    Nothing wrong with that
     
  15. Bluey

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    Nothing right with it either.
     
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    I feed my dog both wet and dry food from a company online. I was a bit against feeding 'Ready made food' but it is really good stuff. It costs around £10 a month depending on your needs. It is tailor-made to your dog's requirements and you can sign up to a free one month trial and just pay postage (£1) so you can give it a try and see how you get on. My dog is EXTREMELY fussy and this is the only food she will eat. I also give her cooked chicken, pork and beef but you can input all that into the site and they come up with the food you will need and they send it to you every month.
     
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    Thread about dogs and internet and then we have doggie porn. Thanks @neilold the red nosed reindeer. :-S
     
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    To be fair to Neil, I think bringing porn into it was my bad.:redface:
     
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    It was, definitely, yes definitely
     

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