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Thread: Anyone going to the RSPCA's Million Paws Walk tomorrow?

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    Anyone Going to The Million Paws Walk tomorrow? I will be.
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    I wish i was! I went once when my Aussie was 11 months old and had a great day, but haven't been able to go since because he developed dog reactivity.

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    Yeah I can only take my Roti girl , my kelpie is also dog reactive, so hubby is staying home with him going to have a 'boys day' hehe
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    I'm still humming and harring.
    Bronx wont be going thats for sure......to amny strange dogs to biff with.

    But Mojo might be worth taking but he has a nasty cut on his head at the moment from playfighting with Bronx. I'll probably decide tomorrow morning.

    Hope ya have a top day K&G.


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    Hi K&G

    I've got mixed feelings about supporting the RSPCA - they seem to spend the money I give them on sending me begging notes for more money.

    And I find crowds of people challenging - for me and my dog. I just get more and more angry at the bad behaviour of many many people in the crowd. They don't pay attention to their dog, they don't pick up after their dog or children or selves, they let their dog harass other dogs and people... I just can't handle it.

    I like the idea but I'd be happier if we had the same ideas about what good dog and people behaviour is.

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    I would rather walk a mile on red hot coals than support those dog killers.

    By the way I love your beautiful Rottie...what a wonderful breed they are.
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    Fair enough, and I know what you mean, thank you they are wonderful dogs! Your German Shep looks like she is up to no good
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    Quote Originally Posted by Karma&Gibbs View Post
    Fair enough, and I know what you mean, thank you they are wonderful dogs! Your German Shep looks like she is up to no good
    My GSD Chloe is an ex rescue...she was dumped in the pound at 6 mths old and was saved by GSD Rescue and we got her at 7.5 mths old...she is now 26 mths old and still naughty but much better than when we first got her. I too had a Rottie but we lost her last year to cancer...she was 10 yrs old and missed every day.

    Had she been surrendered to the R$PCA she would have been put to death as she would be deemed unsuitable for re homing...why ? because she's a GSD and playbites...jumps up on people...very hyperactive...chases balls and barks and growls at dolls...their so called temperament tests. This private organisation knows nothing about dogs or dog breeds...how the hell can they justify killing a dog because it barks at a bloody doll.
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    I took our foster pup to the Canberra one to help out at the rescue org stall. I thought it was a bloody nightmare. I don't understand why anyone puts themselves and their dog through this for fun! 4,500 dogs and 10,000 people!

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    The one at my local town is much smaller than the larger ones. I've never been to the ones in the major cities, but i imagine the smaller ones would be more enjoyable. Loads less dogs and people, there was probably around 100-150 dogs there when i went, was a really enjoyable day.

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