On September 18 2006, 00:32, Samthepit wrote:As sick as it made me - I never thought I'd be as attatched as I was to an animal - she had to go.
On September 17 2006, cheekymunkee wrote:None of us were there, none of us saw what happened, we cannot evaluate a dog over the internet. Many times ( and once here jsut recently) a dog is called aggressive & that was not really the case. I will never tell someone whose dog bit but did not break the skin to euth their dog based off of a post on a message board. Munkee "bites" me, he is playing, there is no harm intended on his part. If he did this to someone who did not know him, they might very well call for his head. I have a scratch on my chin right now from one of his teeth. He put a whole in my hand once grabbing for a tug I was picking up off of the floor, he thought it was play time. I am NOT making light of what happened, I am just saying that sometimes an in person evaluation ( even if a dog has passed one twice) is called for, especially since an incident has and there is more information.
On Wed Sep 20, 2006 10:49 am, Sue wrote:So in less than 3 days they were able to determine that she was "weak nerved and aggressive"??? I'd be interested to know how they came to that conclusion. Seems like an awfully short time.
On September 20 2006, mnp13 wrote:Was that the same rescue that initially placed him with you?
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