Amen to that!Robnc wrote:I wish watching Caeser Milan was compulsory!
Wow! Pretty heavy handed on the stereotypes...beppi wrote:This is a very typical case of culture shock:
You enter a new environment and, since you cannot adjust to or accept what is normal there, you start blaming the world around you instead of your own inflexibility and lack of tolerance.
Do most Asians dislike dogs? Yes.
Is that morally wrong? No.
Will it change because you want it to? No.
So accept it and stop whining!
(And yes, it was probably a bad idea to bring your dog here!)
Oh, by the way: What would you say if you encounter the other kind of Asians, who love dogs so much they make lovely dishes out of them?
Exactly!!!movingtospore wrote:You know what I don't get is the number of cold weather breeds I see here, huskies et al, owned by local families. That's just mean, making them live here!
These are the same people who pay $80 for a No. 10 tin can of tasteless abalone because in cantonese or hainese or some dialect is sounds auspicious.the lynx wrote:Exactly!!!movingtospore wrote:You know what I don't get is the number of cold weather breeds I see here, huskies et al, owned by local families. That's just mean, making them live here!
I just don't understand how huskies would survive this tropical climate... Goodness... There are some families I've met that actually claimed they keep their huskies in air-conditioned kennels/rooms but still, I believe these poor huskies are better off elsewhere other than Singapore...
Dog knows, it can't get any worse. Can ONLY get better or stay the same.nuff wrote:I think that attitudes towards pets are changing for the better.
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