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    Quote Originally Posted by stephandkash View Post
    By the way I never said I was going to de-sex him. You dont seem to get anything I say'
    Really?
    On page 2 of this thread, and in response to four socks who suggested you desexed him you said;
    Quote Originally Posted by stephandkash View Post
    Dont worry im planning on it! I'm really not that irresponsible!
    I have confidence that I am doing the right thing even if you all dissagree!

    ...Hmmm...read some more books and learn about sociel skills.
    I dont need to learn social skills...but you could do with a lesson or two in spelling and grammar. Perhaps that is why your statement above could be taken that you would desex him.

    You obviously dont go the right way about handling things you dont agree with. You dont know me, you dont know my life, you will never know my dog and You really need to keep your nose out of other peoples bussiness.
    Thanks for all the support and great advice...NOT!!


    As I said, if you want to post on a public forum that yóu want to dump your dog, then expect public response both good and bad. Besides, I thought you said you were leaving? Dont let the door hit you on your way out.
    A pessimist sees the glass as half empty;
    An optimist sees the glass as half full;
    A realist just finishes the damn thing and refills it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anne View Post
    Really?
    On page 2 of this thread, and in response to four socks who suggested you desexed him you said;





    I dont need to learn social skills...but you could do with a lesson or two in spelling and grammar. Perhaps that is why your statement above could be taken that you would desex him.



    As I said, if you want to post on a public forum that yóu want to dump your dog, then expect public response both good and bad. Besides, I thought you said you were leaving? Dont let the door hit you on your way out.

    Nope, I never stated once that I was planning on de-sexing him. I was referring to not leaving out the details to people that want him. Grammer had nothing to do with YOU taking it the wrong way. By the sounds of it, you got straight A's in school too then.
    Its not dumping a dog when you are giving them to a good family. Dumping a dog is leaving it on the street to fend for themselves...Sorry but its Not the same thing. Looks like you need educating on morals too.
    Yes I was leaving but I thought I should get my say in before you go telling everyone what a bad "dog owner" I supposidly am.
    You may save dogs but what kind of person are you?
    There are thousands of dogs being given away all over the world. Its not such a bad thing when they are getting given to good people. Its the same as selling dogs/pups but without the money profit. You save pugs and re-home them? why dont you keep them all if its so bad to re-home dogs? Maybe you should read the paper more often and open it up to the "give aways" are you going to ring them and abuse them too?
    Its reality, even if you dont like it.

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    Stephandkash, Having him desexed may help with his behaviour, I wonder why your vet didn't tell you that? But at the end of the day it's your choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stephandkash View Post
    Thank-you.
    Your the only person I have come accross on this site that has given me hope that i am doing the right thing.
    I thought I did as well... maybe the nasty posts are more interesting to read...

    I hope all works out for you, your family and your pup.

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    Morals? What a joke.

    If you had any morals you would at least desex the dog before you dump him.
    A pessimist sees the glass as half empty;
    An optimist sees the glass as half full;
    A realist just finishes the damn thing and refills it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nattylou View Post
    People need to not jump in and tar people with one brush. Sometimes it is the best thing for both a dog and an owner or family to part ways. It is not neglectful. It is however, neglectful to ignore any isses and leave the dog in the backyard, tied up, take it to the pound etc.

    Moving a dog into a new home can make it's life easier and more pleasant. If a dog doesn't cope with the noise and general atmoshpere of kids it's not the dogs fault, and it's not necessarily the owner's fault.

    Yes many dogs end up in pounds when people have kids, but this is largely due to people's lack of knowledge, and having mismatched dogs that may not be best suited to their lifestyle. But also because they are wary of heading down the path of trying to rehome their dogs. There are far too many out there that are prepared to pass instant judgement and head hunt anyone who mentions re-homing their dog.

    People trying to do the right thing should not be criticised for it, they and their pets should be offered what support is available to get through what can be a difficult time.

    I'm sure there are rescuers or groups out there who could be offering to advertise this fellow on places like Petrescue, and contacting the owner to see if they can offer a good vet contact for desexing so that it gets done. They could be offering advice on what the owners should be looking for in a potential owner. There's a whole world of help that can be offered - but it's much easier to sit back and sneer.

    How about some constructive action, and not just mindless nit picking and broad sweeping opinions.

    People are not always bad until they prove otherwise.

    The OP has been put on the back foot from the start, which is unfair and unjustified.

    Stephandkash - stick around please. There is assistance available for you and your little boy.
    Thank you very much, You said it well. Yes not all people dissagree with re-homing as sometimes it is best for the dog and owners. People judge way too quickly.

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