Personally I can understand people repeatedly asking questions that have been brought up before. They need to voice their concern/question and want to play an interactive role in its solution. However, when you ask the question and receive several answers, you can't keep complaining that answers aren't specific enough to your original question, i.e. Not just cruising with a dog, but a bull terrior, and not just a bull terrior but a smallish approx. 50 lb. bull terrior. NOt just a smallish, 50 lb bull terrior, but a smallish 50 lb. bull terrior that is trained to poop on a square of carpet, likes to go canoeing, and some how found hiking boots that fit, and has asperations of K2.....
Lets face it, ITS A DOG! It might be your dog, and it might be a very nice dog, but its a DOG, and as such it will behave similarly to other dogs. If you insist on beating the topic to death because of your perceived specifics then you have to expect someone to call ********.
Maxum 3200 Miss Adventure
Formerly - Tartan 34C Yawl