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Catherine Tally says
thanks for your input. good answer.
Now really folks, why is this voted down? The rule states that voting down should be reserved for answers that do not contribute to the discussion. How does what I wrote not add to the discussion? Who is so trigger happy?
i don't think any of the answers should have been voted down. everyone contributed according to their knowledge which is what it's all about ... you learn as you go along.
Your answer was very interesting and informative. thanks for that. :)
Thank you, Arksys - I think anyone who contributes a response in "good faith" should either be voted up or ignored - but then, I am a positive reinforcement dog trainer.
Welcome to the HP community Bubuquedogtrainer, and congrats on getting the HoTD Award! While it can be hard, I recommend ignoring down votes on a positive, well-thought out answer. Just try to continue contributing positively to the community!
I agree with the thoughts posted here about the voting arrow. If an answer is well thought out and accurate, I leave it alone. I vote up if a person has basically "dittoed" my thoughts. I vote down if I sense arrogance or maliciousness in the answer.
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Mary Craig says
after dubuquedogtrainers answer it seems like dogs are not "pack animals" ... but i thought they would be pack animals too coz the stray dogs i've seen always seem to be moving in packs on the streets.
thanks for your input... ;)
Dogs are not obligate carnivores. Yes, they eat meat, but because they are scavengers, not pack animals like their relatives the wolves, they are really omnivores.