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Subject: Naturism and pet-friendliness. Reflections.

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Date Posted: Thu, July 14 2016, 16:39:36

Perhaps many will say that this topic has nothing to do with this site.
Everyone has his way of thinking end it has to be respected.

Someone (in these pages) has called me irresponsible for bringing my very small poodle on the beach.
I would like to say only few things.

Respect for others, for security and for hygiene should never be questioned, this is obvious and the owner of the dog must be responsible of these things and has to put the dog in condition to not disturb and soil.

But where are the differences between a naturist and a naked person hanging around?
Among these differences surely cannot lack a major responsibility towards nature.

Then, according to the responsibility towards nature, can a true naturist be against pet-friendliness?
Is it responsible for a naturist to leave his pet in a kennel while on holiday and, maybe, spend the summer on a beach throwing cigarette-butts on the sand?

Of course you can answer: stay home with your dog! And Iíll tell you: you are not naturist, but only a naked sunbather.

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Re: Naturism and pet-friendliness. Reflections.Frank 1Wed, July 20 2016, 21:45:35

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