I'm confused...in your other post which was posted at 10:14, you wanted help with crate training...now 3 min. later you are getting rid of the puppy? Have you decided in 3 min. that it is too much work to potty train? This really makes no sense.
I am just trying to crate train the puppy so that it is well trained. This would never be the reason for me getting rid of a puppy. I dont want to get rid of her I have to. It isnt an option I just would like to train her and give her as much love as I can before I have to let her go.
We just recieved new orders for the relocation. We didnt plan on having to move but things happened with the military that were out of our hands that made the move necessary. I definitely was not expecting a move in our near future.
I think everyone is getting the wrong idea. I didnt buy the puppy knowing that I was going to get rid of her a few weeks later. Things happen that you cant control and I am just trying to find a good home for her if with me and my family is where she cant be. I still have a responsibility to take the best care of her I can and I just want to train her and make sure she is a great little puppy no matter what.
Whenever I move, I bring my dog with me. I bought her with the responsibility of me always being her owner, she is mine for life no matter what. Why can't you take the puppy with you? It is not that hard to move a dog, it is not expensive to take your move your dog by car with u and your family. We'll anyways good luck getting rid of your poor puppy.
In the government housing we can only take one have one pet. And sorry the "poor" puppy is and has been taken care of. I have spent alot of money on her since we bought her so I dont think I planned on getting rid of her just like that. This is just some of the draw backs of being in the military.
Well even if you didn't know you were going to have to move in the "near" future...why did you get a dog if you knew there was ever going to be a possibility of having to move and not take the dog? At least the puppy has only been with you a few weeks and not years and then being given away. If you ever get another dog, you need to know that it's a lifelong commitment (for the life of the dog)..you can't just give it away because you all of a sudden have to move.
I think it is really none of your business and if you dont have any input to give that is helpful then I suggest you dont give any input at all. Since most people dont know that much about the military and how things work it makes them look ignorant when they try to comment on our choices and actions. Most military housing allows two pets this is a different station and due to its location the transporting of two animals isnt allowed.
OK Wow, it seems that a lot of people are not trying to be part of a solution and really giving it to you for trying on this site in this forum. Seems we have some grumpy people responding. Not cool, let's talk about the pup OK. How old is she and is she up to date on her shots/worming? Spayed? Microchipped?
sorry you have to get rid of your puppy sbuddo! I know it probably won't be an easy thing to do. When i said poor puppy, i just meant that the dog is going to be sad when you do get rid of him, it was not to offend you. My brother is in the military and i understand what you mean. Your first post did not explain why you were getting rid of the puppy, but then you explained it and it make more sense. We'll sorry you have to get rid of your new companion, is their any way at all that you would be able to keep him? :)
Ok well she is up on all her shots and worming also she just had her rabies shot and is taking heartworm prevention medicine. She is three months old and such a cutie. Her name is Bella and she is registered with the CKC. She is great with our other dobie and loves my little girls.