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Author Topic: The puppy is gone  (Read 916 times)

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Offline wolfter

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The puppy is gone
« on: July 05, 2011, 08:44:47 PM »
My nephew has been visiting this week and he brought his new teacup yorkie.  That puppy just fell in love with me and I was surprised that he insisted on taking it home.  Having worked with animal rescue, I'm usually against purchasing "designer" dogs but I REALLY want one.  I could even mount a little basket to the front of my bike and ride it around town and be the "weird guy". 

I'm really hoping he gets too busy to take care of it and needs to find a good home for her.  He loses interest in things pretty quickly, so there is hope.  She just loved to sleep on my big belly using my man boobs as pillows.
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Offline ds4146

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Re: The puppy is gone
« Reply #1 on: July 05, 2011, 09:27:34 PM »
I had to double check, but yes indeed, let little sucker owes you something for that job you did not his car. And what a job that was. Ungrateful little........

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Re: The puppy is gone
« Reply #2 on: July 06, 2011, 08:51:42 PM »
  Having worked with animal rescue, I'm usually against purchasing "designer" dogs but I REALLY want one.

There are all kinds of very cute small dogs that need rescuing . . . go find one@! And show us pics. If your nephew decides he can't handle the dog then you'll have two to keep each other company when you step out.

Offline wolfter

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Re: The puppy is gone
« Reply #3 on: July 06, 2011, 09:08:41 PM »
If you check the current threads about animal pics you will notice pictures of Ms. Lily Anna that I posted.  I volunteered for "Cause For Pause Rescue" out of Pataskala, OH for many years.  My primary responsibilities included fostering, grooming, acclimating and training them.  Bill never knew what to expect when he'd get home as I would usually have a new one.  Mr. Lily was supposed to only be a foster but he finally figured it out after about since months since we didn't find her home.  I've had her now for over 10 years and she is still my primary bitch. 

I've just never seen a 2lb doggy needing rescued.  Hopefully I will be well enough once Ms. Lily is gone to adopt another.  But I REALLY want a teeny one.  She's so cute.
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