Yes, and I hate damn dogs. Good grief.
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.
No-one here has anything against a person who needs to re-home their dogs.. as long as they do it properly and not dump them at the pound.
I re-homed my pug, with members encouragement and blessings.
It wasn't easy to do and I chicken out many times before actually going ahead with it.
He went to pug rescue Victoria where he was fostered and then re-homed.
He did fine. I doubt he really gives a toss actually..as long as he has food and a nice bed to sleep, fart and snore in.
I am also saying flat out, you are not a registered breeder, you have never been a registered breeder and you never will be a registered breeder if you cannot understand this simple concept.
If it means one dog has to go to a new home to make way for better, healthier dogs then so be it. It's not like these dogs are being dumped at pounds, obviously they have lived with the breeder, they have been loved and cared for so they are found only the BEST homes to go to.
People who rehome dogs because they don't have time for them, have decided to move etc is a completely different story, what benefit is there in rehoming these dogs other than it being purely personal?
At least when breeders do it it is for a PURPOSE that will be shown in many generations and hundreds of dogs that will then have that particular line in their pedigree that was created by making more space.
Anne you have such disregard for damn dogs.. recusing them and fostering them and finding them little shizes new homes.
You mean mean old nasty zoonka
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