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#16 shepp

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Posted 06 May 2009 - 11:31 am

Unfortunately too many people share that view, just take a look down the local dogs home.

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Posted 06 May 2009 - 11:32 am

all the bast in selling this dog, though i doubt many will jump at the chance of buying an adolensent male dog thats already learnt bad habbits when they could buy a pup and start from scratch-i have said this before about buying other peoples problems

however all the best for this dog, i think the concentration should be in finding him a caring home rather then his money back, i'm not trying to sound negative, i hope the lad has learnt a lesson after this and that he wont repeat this mistake again - research before buying any animal, people on this sight should learn that too

i do wish the best for this dog, lurcher lass x x

What a patronizing load of bollocks.Why dont you go and put kettle on. This is mens business.

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Posted 06 May 2009 - 11:55 am

Unfortunately too many people share that view, just take a look down the local dogs home.

People nowadays talk like animal rights people.A working dog is stock.So if it aint what you want you just get rid of it hopefully to a good home.If you cant do that then put it to sleep.Dogs are not people even though people now call pups girls and boys they are not.They deserve a good life but not at the expence of the owner.If a dog doesnt work to my satisfaction or is nervous and scatty or i just dont like it I get rid of it and i dont tell lies about it just like this lad isnt.Just like horses cattle sheep and pigeons they can change home frequently and not be worried at all.Why would you keep an animal thats causes unhappiness when you got it to give you just the opposite.And do you think the dog will be enjoying that environment.The only advice i would offer is next time never keep a dog indoors and never keep one dog.Dogs like there own smell and there own kind about them as well as yourself for companionship.Thats only my opinion.

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Posted 06 May 2009 - 12:07 pm

true statement

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Posted 06 May 2009 - 02:00 pm

if hes giving the dog away. im willing to give the dog a exellent working home.

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Posted 06 May 2009 - 02:04 pm

a pup is a life long commitment not pass here there and every where because it chews anyway hope the poor dog finds a better home with a better owner who knows what a pup involvs and what they are doing

Who says its a life long commitment.Its his property to do with what he wants.

its a dog not a pair of shoes.

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Posted 06 May 2009 - 05:22 pm

a pup is a life long commitment not pass here there and every where because it chews anyway hope the poor dog finds a better home with a better owner who knows what a pup involvs and what they are doing

Who says its a life long commitment.Its his property to do with what he wants.

its a dog not a pair of shoes.

there aint much gets past you.

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Posted 06 May 2009 - 05:24 pm

a pup is a life long commitment not pass here there and every where because it chews anyway hope the poor dog finds a better home with a better owner who knows what a pup involvs and what they are doing

Who says its a life long commitment.Its his property to do with what he wants.
its a dog not a pair of shoes.
there aint much gets past you.
How many dogs have you sold on when you couldn't get the best out of them then Threb? :whistling:

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Posted 06 May 2009 - 06:48 pm

a pup is a life long commitment not pass here there and every where because it chews anyway hope the poor dog finds a better home with a better owner who knows what a pup involvs and what they are doing

Who says its a life long commitment.Its his property to do with what he wants.
its a dog not a pair of shoes.
there aint much gets past you.
How many dogs have you sold on when you couldn't get the best out of them then Threb? http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...
Thats a silly question.I think you are just aiming to score points but your easy to ignore so i will.

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Posted 06 May 2009 - 06:55 pm

a pup is a life long commitment not pass here there and every where because it chews anyway hope the poor dog finds a better home with a better owner who knows what a pup involvs and what they are doing

Who says its a life long commitment.Its his property to do with what he wants.
its a dog not a pair of shoes.
there aint much gets past you.
How many dogs have you sold on when you couldn't get the best out of them then Threb? http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...
Thats a silly question.I think you are just aiming to score points but your easy to ignore so i will.
just one big wind up merchant lol :tongue2:

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Posted 06 May 2009 - 07:27 pm

any news on dog mate

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Posted 06 May 2009 - 07:30 pm

il gv him a good home if he wants to get rid of him.theres plenty of land where im from id b out every night walking with him

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Posted 06 May 2009 - 07:40 pm

does the dog only chew when left on its own?
if so then why not kennel or crate it?
just a thought

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Posted 06 May 2009 - 09:06 pm

any news on dog mate

no news yet mate,he thinks hes gonna get his money back,the only good thing is he does look after it with feeding and its kept indoors,as soon as i finish work tomorrow i will go back and tell him the way it is and he hasnt really got any chance of getting any money.if he wants rid of that bad he is going to have to take a loss

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Posted 06 May 2009 - 09:13 pm

a pup is a life long commitment not pass here there and every where because it chews anyway hope the poor dog finds a better home with a better owner who knows what a pup involvs and what they are doing

Who says its a life long commitment.Its his property to do with what he wants.
its a dog not a pair of shoes.
there aint much gets past you.
How many dogs have you sold on when you couldn't get the best out of them then Threb? http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...
Thats a silly question.I think you are just aiming to score points but your easy to ignore so i will.

So you ignored my post by answering it? :blink: :clapper:

My Mrs does that in an argument. You must be the only two people on earth who ignore people by answering them! :laugh:




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