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Thread: Staffy x Rotti - Shepparton area - Urgent

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    No I am not a troll. A real person with real feelings.

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    alacrityvirtue

    Sorry for all the speculation.

    Any chance you can fill in a few more details on "all sorted" - has the dog found an appropriate home? Two more details we like to see with rehomes / rescues is "mirco chipped and desexed" - just for next time.

    We're human like cats - curious...

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    Just to clear a few things up. I had no internet for 1 1/2 weeks as the tower in my town was damaged and therefore could not get any internet, therefore no dog forum. I had my daughter in surgery, I went to a conference relating to my chronic illness and ended up being 250km away from my family and very ill. My dog got rehomed, and that was the comment to say all sorted. She then got bought back because she was very distressed, vomiting, jumping fences, digging frantically and running in circles.
    I then made the very painful decision last night to have her PTS which was done this morning. I am now very heart broken and grieving for my beautiful girl, that I tried everything within my power to first keep, then rehome. I also have a very sensitive 8 year old girl who is inconsolable and a 6 year old boy who doesn't know how to feel about it. I got back online this morning, after Sass had been PTS and came on this site to see what people had said. If you read back yourselves you can imagine how I feel.

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    alacrityvirtue, you have so much on your plate right now, and much more to come for a while.
    I wish you well, be mindful of your needs. dont rise to bait, you maybe seeing the world through some pain lense currently. things that would bounce off you, will go in deep right now.
    Take care and know, that you tried for this dog.
    I wish you and your family, a gentle recovery from loss

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    We do not have the power to look into your life and can only go by what is written.
    I am so sorry for all the troubles you are having. Sometimes our worlds can feel like they are just spinning out of our control, as sometimes they are.
    I am sorry you had to have her put to sleep but I feel it was the right though heartbreaking decision for the dog and your family after an unsuccessful rehome try.
    Sending hugs.

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    I'm very sorry for your loss, alacrityvirtue. Hope that the future brings you better health and healing for you and your family.

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    A very sad decision. No judgement from here, you did everything you could.I apologise if you felt attacked at all.
    I have made a similar decision in the past and it is sooo much harder when children are involved.

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    alacrityvirtue

    I hope you get your health and life back on track soon and all this sorts itself out.

    I feel sad for all involved. With all our speculation and curiosity - we didn't imagine anything close to what you're going through.

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    Thank you for your kinds words. I just had someone text me to say that if only I waited a new home could be found and that this could be done and that... I am still questioning my decision, and probably always will. It's so hard and so draining. I feel awful for what I have done and I love having a dog and now we won't have one for a long time so that also saddens me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beloz View Post
    Why can't you look at the forum with your phone? Have you tried using this link: http://www.dogforum.com.au/?styleid=5

    Or if you want to look at the full site: http://www.dogforum.com.au/?styleid=1
    Oh wow the first link worked, I use to just go through the normal website and then one day it just white screened me and I could never get back on. Probably about a year ago now.

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