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    Probably.....

    It is times like these, one after the other that i wonder what the hell i am doing with my life!

    But then i experience the faces and know i must just keep pushing on

    I keep saying to myself...just do it for the dogs.

    I admire many peoples lives without this nightmare!

    Nic x

    "There is enough love and concern for animals in every community to overcome the irresposibility of the few"
    Nathan Winograd.

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    Occy, lol oh please, yes thats it, i'm using my disability to lord it over people, that is both insulting and hilarious. I thought there would be a come back like that, oooo clearly you are an angry disabled person, am afraid thats an old one. I'm srry, NOW I see its a club here, we are at school and are required to clock in and answer ALL the questions.... what do i want in a companion dog, oh now let me see, i haven't thought of that.

    Billy, as i said before you don't need to convert me, nor try to make out that i don't understand the state of an over populated animal world.... we all do things our own way, i never said it was about me but YOU people are making it so, lol. Great evening reading for regulars eh, be up to 50 hits soon. I don't need nor want your apology, nor am i defending or explaining a thing more, trying to make me a fool, ooo catch me out because i'm lying, if this then that, i'm not playing the game people. As i said before it has been a long hard road, i have done much to help throughout my life, so until you walk a mile in my shoes, don't judge me. I know i'm fair game for you people to vent your frustrations out on, thats ok.

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    No it is not ok.

    There is certainly an element of frustration from my point of view and rightly so.

    Doing things you own way does not cut it in my experience.

    You see I think BYB are the lowest of the low. I don't think much of them. I see the results of their breeding each and every day. They are an utter disgrace and a blight on this earth and humanity.

    Healthy, rehomable dogs die because of them while they profit.

    I have done a lot to help too, and will continue to do so. What difference does that make?

    You have advertised, you are following the thread, take some responsibility for your actions.

    Read through every other similar thread Sage. You will see the same responses. This is not about you at all and what you are contemplating doing is not your only option.

    Nic

    "There is enough love and concern for animals in every community to overcome the irresposibility of the few"
    Nathan Winograd.

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    Your biggest disability is your attitude. I asked you a question and you still haven't answered it. Perhaps if you answered it we could be of help to you. Try contacting Aware Dogs as well - they supply dogs for the disabled. Then again, you've already done that if you are truly in need of an assistance dog. If you are looking for a companion animal then why you would need to breed a mutt is beyond me.

    I stand by what I said, you have decided what you want, and it is not dialogue, you just want a dog to mate with yours - you wont find it here (I hope) but you will most certaintly find people happy to help find an already living dog that needs a home that would be ideal.

    I hope no experiences in my life make me so selfish as to want to breed a litter to do anything but promote the breed.

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    I know this thread has got a bit cranky, and I can see why. But I can't resist trying here....

    OP - if you're still thinking of this cross - this boy has until Monday. He's a lovely, lovely boy, only a pup still and might be similar to what you're looking for. And could save you going through the massive expense and time (not to mention extra puppies) involved with raising a litter...



    If you could possibly be interested - let me know by PM.

    Cheers.

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    Nattylou..he's beautiful.

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    Aww he is so gorgeous.
    He has until Monday - that makes me want to cry!!
    It's just not fair!

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    'Tis ok - he got rescued!! YAY!

    So now he'll have a foster home until his real one finds him... He's real sweetie.

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    YAY

    I think that mix of breed will be great for my mum. She'd love to have another dog...she's still sad over the loss of her boy Harley..he died the same yr Jess did
    I'm waiting untill she gives up some of her work...she's not home much lately and I know she does want to get another dog oneday. I have been in her ear about adopting a grey..but I think a grey x whippet would be better for her...not soo big

    Do these dogs jump fences? As mum only has a 4 ft fence. She'd love a dog that just lazed about and enjoyed going for walks. She doesn't want a pup either...so it will be a rescue dog

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    My Borzoi stay happliy behind a four foot fence, and the foster Greys do too. I don't know about Whippets though...

    Our Salukis can go over it like gazelles - beautifully effortless but very annoying... So they have to stay in runs, on the couch or under supervision...

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