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Best Answer Dragonrain says
LOL! If we had a "best answer" feature, then I would select your answer!
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Kristy Callan says
Because anyone can buy her a dog or cat. I want to do something special for her. After all, she's my goddaughter. If I don't go the extra mile for her, who will?
Some people say that rhinos belong in zoos. But I think that zoos should share...
I can't decide whether you're kidding or you are serious about this, but I do not think wild animals, especially something like a rhino is a suitable "pet."
@Dubuquedogtrainer, I give up: I've just been kidding about all of this. I asked the question and left my comments as a joke!
PS I am the staff member who recommended your Hub to be awarded the "Hub of the Day" a few days ago!
Thank you, Ari! And sorry - I wasn't sure if you were kidding...you know there are people on here who want wild animals as pets....I apologize for not recognizing your attempt to make a joke.
No problem Cindy! PS I spent several years volunteering at the San Francioco SPCA. It has a strong tradition of positive reinforcement training, which seems to be a similar approach as yours.
Yes, the SFSPCA has a good reputation. Always glad to meet a fellow animal lover! And yes - I am a positive reinforcement trainer and clicker training devotee!
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