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    Hi,

    Free to good home is " Guiness ". Black male staffordshire bull terrior 7yrs old pure breed. Excellent personality and temperament.

    Please PM or 0410520625

    Thanks Shane

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aussie Floyd View Post
    Why the mad face?

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    Quote Originally Posted by amy86 View Post
    Why the mad face?
    OMG Amy i cant believe you even asked me that question...



    Have you not realized how angry it makes SBT folk to hear that one of our beloved breed is unwanted by their owner.

    I just pray that a forever loving home is found & that the boy don't end up in the pound or on deaths row, or that the boy is dumped on the streets etc.

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    Always with the assumptions on this site -.-

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    shwang, it might help if you told us where you are, no point someone in sydney calling you if you're in perth.

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    Sorry guys, first of all i can assure you that Guiness will never ever be dumped or taken to the pound!!! I have had him since a puppy and it is a very upsetting decision i have had to make to be giving him away. Our situation is that we have two children under the age of 17 months and lets just say he can be very excitable at times, if our children were a little older and bigger he would not be a problem at all.

    Im located in Sydney, sutherland shire.

    Shane

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    Is doing some training with him not an option? Is he desexed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shwang View Post
    Sorry guys, first of all i can assure you that Guiness will never ever be dumped or taken to the pound!!! I have had him since a puppy and it is a very upsetting decision i have had to make to be giving him away. Our situation is that we have two children under the age of 17 months and lets just say he can be very excitable at times, if our children were a little older and bigger he would not be a problem at all.

    Im located in Sydney, sutherland shire.

    Shane

    Yep, i've heard it all before too, the young child reasons are very common. I don't mean to sound horrible, but it annoys the sh!t out of me every time i hear the same ruddy excuses about owners having young children, specially from those who's dog was there before the kids, do people not realize that a dog has feelings & emotions too & is a lifetime commitment & a privilege to own & not just a disposable item.


    Maybe you should consider professional training to help with Guiness.
    Last edited by Aussie Floyd; 03-19-2010 at 12:34 PM.

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    He has been trained and is excellent with the kids.. but what some of you people seem to forget is that at the end of the day he is an animal and im not willing to risk injuries to my kids because of something accidental. He weighs 20 odd kilos and my eldest who is a 17 month old boy is a lot lighter than that so work it out. Our backyard is there to share but if i think there is a possible risk with two very young children im not willing to take that risk.......maybe some of you are. Just remember just because an animal is trained doesnt mean that something could go wrong, and then that would be on your head.

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