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 Post subject: Happy to have found this site.
PostPosted: Tue Feb 07, 2006 9:59 pm 
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Hi, my names Brian.. obviously new to form.

Im recent conversion (past 2 yrs), and am very happy to have discovered this site for advice on the aspects of nutrition/supplementation and changes in diet etc. I work with animals so I suppose its purely a moral conversion to be precise.

Sports was a big issue for me, as I lost a little weight in the initial changes of diet. look forward to lots of advice, thanks in advance.


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 07, 2006 10:15 pm 
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Welcome! :)


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 07, 2006 10:19 pm 
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Welcome cactus!

Cool to see you in the chatroom today too.

I hope you have a great time on the forum. You will meet cool people and learn lots of great information.

All the best!

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 07, 2006 10:29 pm 
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Yeah thanks robert, sea... it looks very helpful.

I'll certainly be picking your brain regarding vegan/weightraining etc..


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Hi Brian Cactus :D

Cool screenname 8)

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I'll certainly be picking your brain regarding vegan/weightraining etc..


That's what the forum is there for ;)
Information and experience exchange :)

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Welcome aboard Brian.

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Welcome Brian ! :D

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Welcome Brian!

What type of work do you do with animals?

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Welcome to our little VBB-online-family :D

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 09, 2006 11:22 pm 
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Hi everyone thanks for the welcome. So far lots of great reading for me here.

Crispy, I'm a K9 Handler... for a while anyways.


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Cool Brian,

Glad to hear you are having a good time and finding some good information. That is what we're all about. We have a lot of fun here but we also try to provide lots of helpful information. We tend to support each other well, so it is an online "family"-type feeling, as flanders77 says.

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 12, 2006 8:46 am 
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Hey Brian!

Converting to veganism...out of respect and kindness towards animals.

Luv, luv, luv luv that. ay you reap what you sow my new vegan friend. Welcome.

And now for a dumb question. What does a K-9 handler do exactly? Whose K-9's do you handle and what is entailed? I would LOVE a job where I was working directly with the objects of my affection. You are so lucky, yes?

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Compassion.. I work a K9(police dog. (partner). I suppose simply put I track suspects running from the more major/serious crimes... search buildings, for drugs etc.

A lot of time spent training and playing really.

I love going to work with a dog. Where else can you get away with that!.

Its the people I deal with that ruin the gig.


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Welcome, Cactus!

I work for an animal welfare org where I can get away with bringing my (rescued) dogs to work. I have a GSD and a husky. Is your partner a GSD?


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Yeah.. a big hairy one. We're pretty much a perfect match... both big, goofy and with the ability to annoy everyone around us by never shutting up...

I have a husky (and a chesapeake bay) as well. The huskies are certainly unique as I've discovered. i never had one before.


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