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  1. #11
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    another pic of the gorgeous girl.
    Thankfully my parents can take our Rotty. But are not capable of handling a young dog :-(

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    Is there anyone in your horsey community that you could trust with Bella? Sometimes one more dog on a farm environment is no big deal.

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    Id recommend her as more of an inside
    /outside dog to be honest. She loves being the centre of attention and loves to cuddle.
    A. she's wary of horses B. she's wary of cats and possums and I think she'd thrive in a family situation better, somewhere were she is part of a family not just another farm dog

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    I'm very sorry to hear about your health issues and also about the effects it has on your pets.

    Do you have an ad for the dog on another website that I could more easily link to from Facebook? For me that would be the best way to spread the word...

    She looks gorgeous. I have everything crossed that you can find her the home she needs.

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    tabbitha

    I was thinking of more of the house dog or one of them on a farm - not one of the herding dogs stuck out the back until there is some herding to be done.

    The horsey people I know - all their dogs are indoor dogs, there's usually between 2 and 4 of them, and they all run together, and sleep on the boss's bed. Greyhounds, whippets, dalmations, jack russells, cavalier KCS, chihuahuas etc. And the occasional kelpie and Border Collie. So for someone who already has two whippets and a greyhound - a great dane x - may not make much difference to their life style.

    Not good that she's wary of most all the critters you have.

    Some "look at that" (LAT) training would definitely be the go. If she goes to a farm environment - there's usually lots of farm animals to cope with, and in urban environments - little kids, cats, and other dogs not to mention speeding cars.

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    Did you say your horse is for sale too

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