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Dogs on boats.

That''s the best advice I''ve read on here yet. If you have a dog and then get the boat,you have no choice,but donthave the boat and then get the pet. A boat is no place for them.Not doing you any favor''s or them any favor''s. Get one when you get back to shore life.
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Dogs on boats.

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Even a little one that doesn''t need to run around a beach, or can go on deck or in a litter box....or trained to go in the head ? ;-)
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If you want to advertise your website and product, please contact sailnet and buy an ad.

Three posts...and three spams.... you're batting 100% though.

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You are correct and I'm very sorry.

I’ve made a huge mistake and having confessed to my web-forum savvy neighbor, my priest and the guy down the hall who fixes things, I want to publicly tell your community how embarrasses and sorry I am. Earlier today I posed what I thought would be the answer to a whole bunch of reader’s questions about boating with dogs. But apparently what I posted was more of a commercial message than is appropriate on a forum. And because I’m not very slick with this process (in fact it was my very first time actually posting), I botched it and sent my offensive message out not once but three times. My friend, the one who knows all the rules says indeed, I screwed up royally and botched all forms of on-line etiquette. Ugh… I feel like a complete dweeb. I am sooooo sorry to have Spammed your community. I didn’t mean to – I didn’t really even get that I was doing it – but never the less, it was my fault for not paying attention to the legal notices.

And so, I am red-faced and shamed and publicly humiliated. And, I can only say how sincerely sorry I am and hope you will forgive me.

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Wow...that was a sincere apology if there ever was one!

I know the feeling...and for what it's worth I forgive you...
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While I understand you would like to share the knowledge and information you have about dogs living aboard boats, I am glad you understand why your previous messages were misplaced. Thank you for your sincerely apology and welcome to Sailnet. I hope that you enjoy the forums and the time you spend here.

regards,

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We bought a boat for our chocolate lab.
She couldn't climb the swim ladder so I built a platform that attached to the ladder and stuck out horizontally under the water. She could swim up to the platform and stand on it, then climb onto the swim platform.

Lots of dog hair everywhere, a price we were willing to pay.

Using the dink to take her ashore twice per day was no big deal unless there was no place to take her! Please be mindful of what you leave behind.

As she got older, her large size became an issue.

She was a great companion, we miss her.
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"I’ve made a huge mistake and having confessed to my web-forum savvy neighbor, my priest and the guy down the hall who fixes things, I want to publicly tell your community how embarrasses and sorry I am."

SD -- IMO, you've been had. Wonder who this Jessica Stone is whose name has been borrowed here. I know someone who can lie just like that, and with a straight face.
Dr. Jessica H. Stone is her name and what she wrote is true so why do you think she lied about something. She wrote a book about a subject she enjoys and with a bit of a heavy hand told you about it. She is an energetic person with great accomplishments both professional and personally so why are you bashing her?


Let me in on the secret, what did she do that hasn’t been described?
All the best,
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"I’ve made a huge mistake and having confessed to my web-forum savvy neighbor, my priest and the guy down the hall who fixes things, I want to publicly tell your community how embarrasses and sorry I am."

SD -- IMO, you've been had. Wonder who this Jessica Stone is whose name has been borrowed here. I know someone who can lie just like that, and with a straight face.
I'm not quite sure why you think I've been had. If this isn't Jessica writing the apology—I don't see any reason they would write it at all or pretend to be her. The posts I refer to linked to her website and she is clearly the author and beneficiary of the sales of the book advertised on that site, which focuses on dogs and boats. I also don't see where you are getting anything to jump to the conclusion that the person making the apology isn't Jessica or that she is lying about anything at all.

From what I have read, it seems that she was unfamiliar with the terms of service, how the forum software works, and general internet etiquette, and has regretted making such a blatant faux pas.

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SD,

I was going by the tone of the apology. There's just too much hustle there. There's a term in psychology, parataxic distortion, if my memory serves me; I was reacting to the person I know.

Actually, in retrospect I realized that I shouldn't have directed my comments toward you personally and that they were hardly useful. I came back to this thread for the purpose of removing my post and saw that you had responded.

My apologies to you, and I am removing my previous comments.

All the best,
Bob

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