furever_pit wrote:Just because I am curious, what others posts are you talking about?
furever_pit wrote:I have a roommate and plans to move in August. Between the two of us we can rent a house that allows 3 dogs. That was always the plan to begin with.
And I am not getting rid of Gator. He needs to go somewhere where he can get some life experience for a bit. He may or may not get over what I am currently contributing to "puppy brain". This is why I will be doing intermittent evaluations. When he is ready, he is coming back to work.
mnp13 wrote:furever_pit wrote:Just because I am curious, what others posts are you talking about?
So you can only have two dogs right now, but three in a few months... putting Gator elsewhere will "free up" the space for another dog which would seem to be more appealing than dealing with whatever challenges he is currently presenting.
And in another thread was a comment about wanting to get a puppy from another breeder.
And if he doesn't?
Spilling just half the beans doesn't work well here
furever_pit wrote:I clearly won't be getting any advice on the rehoming process here. Which is fine, next time I won't make a post.
I understand that people have difficulty understanding how I could get rid of a dog. Two years ago, I would have had the same reaction. But the fact is that working dogs are bought, sold, and rehomed all the time. IMO this should not bother a dog with a stable temperament.
Which is fine, y'all can try and demand that people give you every last detail about their dogs as much as you want. But the fact remains that I keep information on my dogs close to my chest and see no reason to post all of my concerns on a public forum. Had any one of you tried to contact me privately and politely you would have received the whole story. That ship has sailed tho.
I'm going to reiterate that this is just a consideration, not a plan. Y'all are awfully quick to bully people around here.
One of my Dad's dogs had a seizure this morning and is at the vet. I already told my Dad that I think he needs to focus on Bailey and his health (he is a 14 year old Cocker so I'm thinking that he probably doesn't have much time left). As a result, Gator will not be going to the farm.
See, I'm not actually evil demon spawn.
mnp13 wrote:furever_pit wrote:See, I'm not actually evil demon spawn.
Yeah, because that's what all of us were saying
furever_pit wrote:I was asking for information on the rehome process, not whether or not y'all agreed with it. I see it as two separate issues, which y'all do not. And that is okay, we are just different. I would hope that I would be able to give someone some training advice or whatever whether or not I agreed with the decision they were making for the dog. The advice, regardless of whether or not the rehome is agreed with, would benefit the dog.
I don't actually care. I'm not upset by the things said to me here and I do understand where y'all are coming from. I simply won't make a post like this again because it is obviously upsetting to the members here. I will respect that from here on out.
furever_pit wrote:I am not always very good at expressing myself through type.
Misunderstandings can be common when we don't actually know one another and you can only interpret tone.
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