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Post by Natsuko on Mon Dec 29, 2008 5:38 pm

SIL getting yet another dog... seriously every pet except for the fish she currently has she has got rid of. In the last 3 years she has had 2 dogs and a kitten... she is now planning on getting yet another dog... a ten month old staff bitch and to top it off Chris said she is planning on breeding the poor thing... Seriously she cant handle mess of any kind so how the hell is she going to cope with a dog yet alone a batch of puppies.... There is no talking to her either, her mum is going mad too which I dont blame her she may be 30 but she has no sense at all when it comes to looking after things. I would love to know who is going to walk and clean up after the poor dog. Her partner already works various shifts and does all the running around after her and keeps the house spotless whilst she sits on her behind in pjs like their mum moaning about her broken ankle and making it all sound worse than it is.... dont get me wrong she is a lovely person but I cant stand it when people get pets for the sake of it.

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Post by Debs on Mon Dec 29, 2008 5:46 pm

this drives me mad, i hate people who buy animals for the sake of it, ive had all my pets since 6/8 weeks and my eldest one is 7y, i hate it when the poor animals have to have lots of homes the poor things x x

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Post by Natsuko on Mon Dec 29, 2008 7:40 pm

so do I hun, thats how come I have Ty he'd already had at least 3-4 owners by the time he was 8wks old. My sister was the one who wanted him but she didnt want the responsability of a puppy which annoyed me. The amount of times people have told me to get rid of him is unbelieveable I have considered it but just cant do it.

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Post by Debs on Mon Dec 29, 2008 8:04 pm

people just say get rid as thats the easy option, people dont realise its not easy having animals and once they pass the puppy stage dont want them anymore, its shocking x

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Post by Natsuko on Mon Dec 29, 2008 8:08 pm

see I hate the puppy stage I prefer it when they are over 1 as tend to be easier than puppies

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Post by Debs on Mon Dec 29, 2008 8:12 pm

i know, they look cute but r little rascals lol x x

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Post by Natsuko on Mon Dec 29, 2008 9:25 pm

the way I see it is a puppy is just as bad if not worse than a toddler lol... neither can really be left alone without getting into mischief

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