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    Hahahahahaha, now this was a nice, funny RTF thread to drink coffee to, reminiscent of the good ol' days.

    Showing my age regards.
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    Whats the need for 20 breeders or owners?
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    I did ENS with my last litter and not a one of them has made a dang FC! That's proof it doesn't work!! HA!

    In the human world, there is some fairly compeling evidence that too much stress during infancy can result in multiple developmental and neurogenic issues.

    Being a puppy is stressful enough! Focus on general health and socialization!

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    In the human world, there is some fairly compeling evidence that too much stress during infancy can result in multiple developmental and neurogenic issues.
    Being a puppy is stressful enough! Focus on general health and socialization!
    I am with you. I am about mother nature and just picking up the pups. My bitches don't like me doing it around them either. Seeing as the breeder that has produced the most National field champions does not do it, I think of it as not necessary; however, for those that want to do it, it won't hurt. I have read that the military Super Dog Program was actually nothing like the ENS program.
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    p.s. Starting a post with an insult to everybody....
    "Obviously none of you know what ENS is"

    is probably not a good way to get people's interest.

    And then going on to sound like you would be happy to lead all of us ignorant fools in a discussion but you need enough to make it worth your time....well, let's just say your people skills need some fine tuning. With a hammer.
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    Obviously you've never been down to the boat ramp. Folks down there been talkin' bout ENS fur yurs.

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    I thought I was a responsible breeder and eventually worked through ENS. However, over the last several years three grand-pups were taken in. I'm hoping the next round of ENS will be more successful and fairly certain it will be a welcomed event.
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    We do that with all of our pups.
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