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    I think you's are right, i should wait. It's just hard.

    I think it's because i am a very emotional person and animals are my rocks. I go to them when i am sad. Which isnt a great thing to do but i do it.
    Last edited by Kelpielover; 05-22-2012 at 01:03 PM.
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    I know you miss cleo very much, but staffies may not be very tall, but they are still very able to squash your dads little dog.

    I am just not sure getting another dog is the right thing to do when you are feeling so emotional and have have your own problems to deal with as well.
    Dont forget Cleo will be missing you too and having adjust to a new home, you have to think of her as well, and maybe the new dog will squash your dads little one, and it will have to go as well.

    I agree with Beloz, it is a great idea to volunteer in a shelter or get a short term foster dog.There are a lot of homeless dogs who appreciate being able to live with you for awhile rather than in a cage while they look for there forever home.

    You could always give your dads dog a hug when you are feeling sad.

    Wait until you are a bit older and have your own life sorted out and get a place of your own, you have a good heart and have a lot to give to give a dog....but just when the time is right!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cavalierqld View Post
    I know you miss cleo very much, but staffies may not be very tall, but they are still very able to squash your dads little dog.

    I am just not sure getting another dog is the right thing to do when you are feeling so emotional and have have your own problems to deal with as well.
    Dont forget Cleo will be missing you too and having adjust to a new home, you have to think of her as well, and maybe the new dog will squash your dads little one, and it will have to go as well.

    I agree with Beloz, it is a great idea to volunteer in a shelter or get a short term foster dog.There are a lot of homeless dogs who appreciate being able to live with you for awhile rather than in a cage while they look for there forever home.

    You could always give your dads dog a hug when you are feeling sad.

    Wait until you are a bit older and have your own life sorted out and get a place of your own, you have a good heart and have a lot to give to give a dog....but just when the time is right!
    I know you are right. Thank you.
    No one loves you like your dog does.

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