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    My feelings, just with what we know from your posts is that you have indeed made the only right decision for your family and the dog. So good of you to foster and do what you are doing even though it must be so hard. Hugs.

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    Ralley Girl

    That must be hard, but if you're feeling huge relief right now, it is the right decision.

    I hope the puppy finds the right home for her. And you find the right puppy for you.

    And I know what it feels like to find that everything you thought you knew about dogs, and training doesn't apply to the one you have now.

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    HI everyone,

    Just wanted to let you know that Ralley has found a wonderful new home - back in Karratha where she's from! The lady has fostered animals before (for SAFE) and is experienced with dogs and animals, she's had heelers all her life. The lady also has a nice calm, older dog which will be good for Ralley, only works part-time, and has a big yard.

    We are putting Ralley on a plane tomorrow - it will be hard to say goodbye but I'm thrilled her new home sounds so perfect for her.

    Guess I'll have to change my pic and user name now....

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    I am so glad for you that you have found a great place for her.

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    Ralley, I'm very certain you have done the correct thing all round. I worry about the fate of the dog and other humans around her and hope she continues to stay in suitable hands.

    I personally know the decision you made was not easy, yet in some ways there WAS no other decision that could be considered.
    The right puppy will come along for you - it just wasn't Ralley.

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    Hi all,

    Thanks again for your kind and supportive comments. I have had a few e-mails from the lady who got Ralley (who has re-named her Maggie) and she is doing really well! She gets along fine with the other dog and doesn't mind the cats too much... it took a few days for her not to bark at them though. The lady absolutely loves her!

    Happy ending
    Last edited by Ralley_girl; 12-01-2009 at 06:19 PM.

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