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    Hopefully a Doberman rescue group got the Dobe out. Tho that's more likely if you told them it was there.

    Pound websites are not often up to date.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    Hopefully a Doberman rescue group got the Dobe out. Tho that's more likely if you told them it was there.

    Pound websites are not often up to date.
    Are you saying I should have rang a rescue group ? The notice for him said "Immediate" meaning someone takes him or he's put to sleep and as he didn't get on with Chloe I couldn't take him. Surrenders are given 7 days and I didn't know how long he'd been there and when I saw him I went strait away...I know rescue people do go there but theres so many dogs...anyway the pound is a very stressful place...you can't think of everything.

    If he did like Chloe I would have taken him as Dobes are much easier to train than a GSD...had he been my dog he wouldn't have been in the pound in the first place...I would have started training from day one.
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    Are you saying I should have rang a rescue group ?
    Nope. You didn't have to do anything but rescue groups don't know everything everywhere - they're not omniscient - so even if they're watching and they're asking the pound staff to let them know when there is one of their target breed dogs at the pound - they don't always find out - unless someone tells them.

    There might not be anything they could have done if they had known tho - most rescue groups who foster dogs - have dogs of their own so it's very very hard to place a dog aggressive dog.

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