- Spring is here and spring cleaning has started...
I spent all day yesterday brushing heifers to get
what winter hair they had cleaned up. With the open
barn structures of today, the inside of the barn is
fresh and open like the outdoors with a roof. The
problem is that they end up growing winter coats that
have to shed out. I like to brush them out because I
hate to see them walking around rubbing on everything
to work the hair out. They all look so slick, shiny
and happy. I'm going to try to get a pic of them to
- Ok, I'm sorry ... I just don't see what it is that this HSUS person
said that is so stupid. The only part of your posting that deals with
what she said is:
"Sandy Rowland of HSUS said that best in show trophies, plaques or
ribbons can be evidence of dog fighting, and that police should be on
the lookout for dogs with scars, treadmills, springpoles, medications
and medical equipment, and books or magazines dealing with dog
Evidently, in this person's experience, these things have been found in
connection with people and dogs involved in dog fighting. It seems to
me that she is trying to help police bust dog-fighting rings, which, in
my book, is admirable.
Do you have any idea what her background is or how much experience she
has at busting dog-fighting rings? I would be glad to contact her
personally, and find out. I think it would be nice if you found out
exactly what qualifications and experience a person has before you call
them an "idiot."
You mentioned that you do rescue. Do you have also have experience in
busting dog-fighting rings? And, if so, what have you found to be
indications that a person is involved in dog fighting?
The HSUS employs over 100 people, many of whom have advanced educations
and years of experience working with and for the cause of animals. For
you to make sweeping statements regarding their intelligence levels is