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Jose MorenoMemberMarch 13, 2012 at 5:38 pm1260
Not confusing at all. Very clear actually. Ill cut back on his daily food. I had a feeling that it could have something to do with the + motivation and since that is the easiest to tweak, ill start there. I understand that “no” is a warning (it makes perfect sense) and that is why I decided to ask about the command sequence before jumping to any decisions. Thanks for the responses Teresa and Mike. Once you again very helpful.