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    We had rotti's growing up they were a loving and loyal dog

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stafford Rescue Vic View Post
    After reading your posts on other threads I don't think your fit to own a dog.. I hope you are a troll and not seriously thinking of getting any dog ever...
    actually i am not a troll believe it or not. i dont have time to waste to go trolling tbh.

    i am asking a simple question. yes i am suitable to be a pet owner. i love dogs. yes, i am after a family pet for myself and my son as he is an only child and i believe growing up with a dog is great for their social and development skills.

    you dont know me from a bar of soap. that other thread that was done, it was only a joke by someone. she has an awesome sense of humour and you just need to appriciate it but obviously you dont get jokes.

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    ???????????????????????????? obviously I have missed the gory bits .....again. I really MUST pull my head out of the sand at some point!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bec View Post
    actually i am not a troll believe it or not. i dont have time to waste to go trolling tbh.

    i am asking a simple question. yes i am suitable to be a pet owner. i love dogs. yes, i am after a family pet for myself and my son as he is an only child and i believe growing up with a dog is great for their social and development skills.

    you dont know me from a bar of soap. that other thread that was done, it was only a joke by someone. she has an awesome sense of humour and you just need to appriciate it but obviously you dont get jokes.

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    Since you don't want to get your dog vaccinated, clearly you don't plan to socialise it with other dogs (or people). Unless you're on acreage - I don't see how you could exercise a boxer or a rotti enough while keeping it away from other people and dogs, so I think this would be the best kind of dog for you. He will need shelter from the rain.

    Rocky

    Dogs and children should never be left unsupervised together - that means you have to be with your child and dog at all times. Rottis and boxers are plenty big enough to kill a child without even meaning to.
    Last edited by Hyacinth; 02-20-2010 at 10:09 PM. Reason: typo

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    Hy.... LMAO @ Rocky

    Please don't waste your precious time replying to any of the OP's threads etc, as OP is a troll

    Just read thro these threads from last night & you will see what i mean about OP & their aliases being "trolls"..

    http://www.dogforum.com.au/general-d...ls-vaxxed.html

    http://www.dogforum.com.au/general-d...necessary.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleasanta View Post
    Im sorry all i got from your message was cleasanta is a filthy mole.

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    bs

    moles being little burrowing creatures, are generally covered in dirt - so I suppose they are filthy. But you say that like it's a bad thing.

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    I think they are rather cute, we don't have them here though do we?

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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    whataboutmoles...they rock ..have play countless whack a mole games! annnywhhoo

    i have never owned a rotti but i knew a family with one who stayed at our place for a few months and they had a small son and the dog was fine....

    also when i was very youn, 5. 6 yrs old i use to play with our big - great dane X ridgback and he was beautiful... and also german shepherds -i think if they're intelligent so they understand not to harm but to protect and raised, socialised with kids they should be fine ....
    of course im not saying to leave them unsupervised .. just worked for me.
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