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Posted on: 7:44:55 PM 10/25/2009

Also contact your local rescue.

If mom & dad aren't spayed/neutered yet, please do it asap.

Posted on: 12:53:56 PM 10/22/2009

I don't know much about breeding/advertising etc. but can't you file a complaint for misleading advertising or using pics without your permission?

Seems that with all the regulatory agencies we have SOMEONE would be able to help.

Posted on: 11:44:45 AM 10/18/2009

Wow - it's hard to mix up a 4 month old and a yeal old girl. But, I'm glad she is part of your family no matter what her age!

You might consider an obedeince class for her to help with her socialization. I can understand her fears and a ...

Posted on: 4:42:14 PM 10/16/2009

I love basset hounds, but they are not small dogs. They are large dogs on short legs. A male basset can get to 75 lbs and females in the 50 lb range.


Posted on: 12:55:05 PM 10/16/2009

I'm glad the dog will be in a good new home on Sunday.

And I wonder how many other bill collectors this jacka$$ is dodging. Sounds like a real low life.

Posted on: 4:08:58 PM 10/13/2009

I'd pray that he never picks the dog up. He does not sound like a very responsible pet owner! As for the $$ - I'd write if off as a lesson learned. The hassle of small claims court and knowing that the odds of ever collecting it are slim would mak...

Posted on: 5:21:34 PM 10/12/2009

AKA mutt - they are a papillion maltese mix

Posted on: 7:36:51 PM 10/10/2009

I certainly wouldn't let that kid back in my house and I would be very worried about him if I lived in his neighborhood. Sounds like he doesn't have any boundaries. I wonder if anyone has seriously talked to his parents about him - or if the parent...

Posted on: 10:21:47 AM 10/4/2009

I would like to add that getting your dog from a rescue (either breed specific or all-breed) often has the advantage of knowing the dog's temperment etc before adopting. When we get a dog in we not only fully vet the dog, but also keep him/her in a ...

Posted on: 3:47:48 PM 10/2/2009

I can not begin to say how upsetting this is.

Some idiot breeds and then quite possible kills a dog for a frigging tail docking?????? I sure hope someone has that phone number and reports her. Or better yet - send me the address.

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