long story short, clients from work that had their other dog in for issues recently asked if any of us would be interesting in taking in their other dog, Indie.
He sounds much more high drive then their other dog, and has been having some issues; bit the owner when all worked up and has toy possession issues. Because of this they are worried that he may hurt their baby
The couple have a new baby (don't roll your eyes yet!) and simply do not feel they have the time to exercise and train him as he needs. The lady is quite concerned that he not become "another Pit Bull mauling a child" in the newspaper story, as she loves the breed.
I'd honestly consider taking him myself but am not financially prepared for another dog at this point.
So, anyone know any contacts in the lower mainland, BC?
I can only please one person per day. Today is not your day, tomorrow doesn't look good either.
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