Sue Marston 
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Re: “The Great Race: Idaho Native Says 'I do' to Iditarod

In response to SPCA volunteer -

Again, this is another tactic used to cover up and deflect attention from the truth. I am well aware of what happens to the sled dogs, both when they are being used, and when they are tethered on short chains, the culling (killing "unacceptable" dogs and pups), etc.

My last comment was to show that the dog sledding participants and supporters defense arguments have a lot in common with the lies of the K9 handlers and dog fighters. AND, yes I DID report the torture and abuse of K9's extensively, and got quite an education in the process of how far and wide the covering up and cronyism extend. I finally wrote a book about it and set up a website.

Also, dog musher's response to Ashley Keith perfectly illustrates what I explain in a chapter of my website on the K9 abuse, titled "Denials and Justifications." The bottom line of THAT is when the denials no longer work because abuses have been recorded, the arguments take a new turn, either to justify the abuses (you don't know what it takes to train...." ) or state that abusers and abuses are rare. Clever deception.

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Posted by Sue Marston on 08/08/2011 at 7:07 AM

Re: “The Great Race: Idaho Native Says 'I do' to Iditarod

Gee, Liz's comment sounds like the same kind I saw and heard go out to the public when I worked in law enforcement. Here is what they claimed, VERSUS the truth:

"Our K9's are treated better than most people" (The dogs are hanged to unconsciousness, kicked, electro--shocked, left in police cars in extreme heat while the handlers have lunch in an air conditioned restaurant)

"When at home, our K9's are part of the family" (The dogs are kept isolated in their kennels out in the back yard when not being used or tortured out on the 'training' field - the isolation is purposeful; a form of sensory deprivation)

Oh, and let's not forget the dog fighting people - "Pit bulls love to fight. It is what they were bred to do." (The dogs have no choice. They are rigorously 'conditioned' - a form of torture in itself - and if they refuse to fight they are killed, often with intentional suffering inflicted by their spiteful owners)

How do people rationalize, and lie to themselves AND YOU? Let us count the ways.

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Posted by Sue Marston on 08/06/2011 at 7:19 AM

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