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    Your brother is a douche. Can't force a baby animal to trust someone who abused it sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Occy View Post
    You got a dog - what did he get?
    He got money for Chrissy. Thats all he ever wants for Chrissy's && Bdays.

    @ Dis;; douche? DOUCHE! Thats putting it WAY too kindly! I have alot stronger words to use on him lol.

    Looks like I will just break the news to mum, that she may trust him in her own time, but maybe not.
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    For a second I thought you were mad LOL

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    LOL. Me and Billy dont get along at ALL. && Since he abused my pup? Yeah, lets just say our relationship ISNT friendly lol
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    Demi, your puppy will be at a young and impressionable age. This is not good when bad things happen to her, as she'll remember, but it's also good because you can make sure she has good experiences too that will hopefully outweigh the bad ones! Like people have already said, it will take time for her to decide whether or not she wants to trust your brother again, but it's important that she doesn't learn to hate all boys!! Try to get her out on walks, perhaps take her to your brother's school and allow boys to pat her as long as they are being quiet and gentle. As I'm sure you know, boys can be rough- so keep an eye on them at all times! She will begin to associate boys with pats and affection, therefore will not learn to distrust them! Good luck!

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    He's jealous

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    Quote Originally Posted by Occy View Post
    He's jealous
    Agreed.

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    Tell your mum it wont happen til he gets over his jealousy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Occy View Post
    Tell your mum it wont happen til he gets over his jealousy
    Also tell her he cannot have his own dog if he punishes Mollie because he is jealous of your 'new toy.'

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    Think its jealousy? He seems to absolutely LOATH Mollie
    Okay, thanks guys so much for the advice! I'll take it nice and slow and try and get her used to boys. She is used to my 5yr old bro, Ned. But, I spose Ned has been nice to her since I brought her home and she KNOWS she can trust him.
    I HATE animal cruelty, and its sad to think, cruelty is being commited to my OWN dog by my OWN brother (

    I just hope things will be looking up for her.
    We are having friends over tomorrow, they have 2 sons, one of them 10yrs old and the other 8yrs old. I'll see how Mollie goes with lots of treats and praise. These boys are really kind and gentle, so I know they will be good for her.

    She really does have a loveable nature, when she is sure she can trust.
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