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    Ok there is no way on earth your pitbull could even eat a butterfly K&P.. look at that face for goodness sake

    I agree, the pound is the last resort..as I said yesterday, the vet would have been a better option. If you read my last post, it is possible to become scared of your own dog. I did after 2 years of having mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by puggerup View Post
    Ok there is no way on earth your pitbull could even eat a butterfly K&P.. look at that face for goodness sake

    I agree, the pound is the last resort..as I said yesterday, the vet would have been a better option. If you read my last post, it is possible to become scared of your own dog. I did after 2 years of having mine.
    Yes isn't it just an face. And behind that face is an adolescent little turd LOL but she is sweet as sugar most of the time.

    And that was my main point, a dog should never have to die in a pound alone. I understand what you are saying about becoming afraid of your own dog, but I am sure you had a very good reason for it pugger...? As I said to BL these people would have been well aware of the reputation that Pitbulls have when they purchased a pitbull so becoming afraid that it is going to live up to the hype overnight in my opinion is DUMB.

    Have you heard about the 4 pitbulls who have been picked up wandering on the streets? Because people couldn't be bothered so they just dumped them.

    I know Anne said that not many dogs would die but so far 16 have been surrendered or dumped and euthanized and another 15 have been dobbed in. So we are up to 30 dead dogs in less than a week. It will get worse after September as well. RIP all the doggies who have suffered so far and will suffer.

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    It is very heartbreaking and those 30 dogs aren't including all of the other breeds which get dumped at the pound everyday.

    In my case, I had an Aussie bulldog. She was meant to be the size of a British Bulldog, but gre the size of an American (very very large) plus she was built like a brick sh1tter. When she got to around 2 years old, she was very very active and I wasn't strong enough to control her. I couldn't take her on walks and she would often pin my son who was 3 at the time, up against the wall for a pat. He would get squashed until he couldn't breath. She became an outside dog for his safety, but then the children would no longer even go outside. I would go out to feed her and play with her and she would knock me on my bum for the affection (poor thing didn't know her strength). If I was sitting down, she would jump up and try to snap at my face. I would say no and push her off me and tell her to sit. She would then growl at me and become aggressive (obviously just upset that she wasn't getting the same affection as she got when she was smaller). In the end I would just take her out her food and go back inside. I would walk past my glass back door and see her sitting there miserable and alone. It broke my heart. I was going to take her to be PTS, but then in the end I found a young strong single burly bloke who fell in love with her. She know sleeps in his bed and gets walked everyday. Happy ending after all

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    Quote Originally Posted by puggerup View Post
    It is very heartbreaking and those 30 dogs aren't including all of the other breeds which get dumped at the pound everyday.

    In my case, I had an Aussie bulldog. She was meant to be the size of a British Bulldog, but gre the size of an American (very very large) plus she was built like a brick sh1tter. When she got to around 2 years old, she was very very active and I wasn't strong enough to control her. I couldn't take her on walks and she would often pin my son who was 3 at the time, up against the wall for a pat. He would get squashed until he couldn't breath. She became an outside dog for his safety, but then the children would no longer even go outside. I would go out to feed her and play with her and she would knock me on my bum for the affection (poor thing didn't know her strength). If I was sitting down, she would jump up and try to snap at my face. I would say no and push her off me and tell her to sit. She would then growl at me and become aggressive (obviously just upset that she wasn't getting the same affection as she got when she was smaller). In the end I would just take her out her food and go back inside. I would walk past my glass back door and see her sitting there miserable and alone. It broke my heart. I was going to take her to be PTS, but then in the end I found a young strong single burly bloke who fell in love with her. She know sleeps in his bed and gets walked everyday. Happy ending after all
    thats how re homing should happen, i reckon every dog has a suitible owner, you jsut gotta put the effort into finding them....
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    Quote Originally Posted by puggerup View Post
    It is very heartbreaking and those 30 dogs aren't including all of the other breeds which get dumped at the pound everyday.

    In my case, I had an Aussie bulldog. She was meant to be the size of a British Bulldog, but gre the size of an American (very very large) plus she was built like a brick sh1tter. When she got to around 2 years old, she was very very active and I wasn't strong enough to control her. I couldn't take her on walks and she would often pin my son who was 3 at the time, up against the wall for a pat. He would get squashed until he couldn't breath. She became an outside dog for his safety, but then the children would no longer even go outside. I would go out to feed her and play with her and she would knock me on my bum for the affection (poor thing didn't know her strength). If I was sitting down, she would jump up and try to snap at my face. I would say no and push her off me and tell her to sit. She would then growl at me and become aggressive (obviously just upset that she wasn't getting the same affection as she got when she was smaller). In the end I would just take her out her food and go back inside. I would walk past my glass back door and see her sitting there miserable and alone. It broke my heart. I was going to take her to be PTS, but then in the end I found a young strong single burly bloke who fell in love with her. She know sleeps in his bed and gets walked everyday. Happy ending after all
    Exactly Pugger Poor babies

    I am sorry you had to experience that. But you rehomed her into a perfect home and that is how it should happen. And I bet if you did PTS you would have sat with her through it. I bet you also learnt your lesson and you went out and bought a more suitable breed for you and the children. Well I know you did as you now have a Cav

    These people are in no way doing what you did or going through what you did.

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