- April 30, 2019 at 2:49 pm #186Keymaster
Often in the course of my daily
activities I am asked to explain how a
mental health professional and humanist
(not humaniac) can be so involved with
and be appreciative of dogs whose in-
stincts urge them to fight amongst them-
selves at every opportunity.
invite such questions, as I proudly display
an 11″ x 14″ picture of my stud dog “CH”
Pedro” beside my children’s pictures on
my office wall. At any rate, the conse-
quence of these questions is that I have
spent considerable time pondering this
apparent conflict and will happily share
my conclusions with anyone who cares to
Now most of us sense that there is
something noble about having the cour-
age to stick by our convictions. In fact,
this wonderful country we live in would
certainly be vastly different were it not for
the convictions and courage of our ances-
Our heritage practically demands
that we place a premium on convictions
and courage. But how does this relate to
Well in my estimation a bulldog
that doesn’t start, has no convictions.
One that starts and quits has no courage,
and one that starts and sticks with it can.
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