I don't know if I would put the dog to sleep if it is only resource guarding. Is it aggressive in other situations? Does it resource guard with everyone, or just the kids?
msvette2u wrote:Well it would have to be NILIF'ed to the HILT - problem is, who will be able to do this with the dog? Most people don't have an idea of the concept. If this can't be done the dog could be a serious danger to the public.
houlabulla? wrote:Definately should have never happened. In fact I met this foster and when I saw she had such a little girl, I commented to her... God I always wondered how someone with young children could raise a puppy. With Rocky's energy and tendency to be nippy at 4 mos even sometimes at the face. I could never imagine having a young children and a puppy. I have 11 yr old and 16year old. And that was a challenge. I would never recommend a puppy for families with children under the age of 10. Especially if it is first family dog. I do not condone my 10 yr old getting down on the floor with Rocky. Plain and simple. As a parent I recommend, A FOSTER RESCUE DOG SHOULD NOT BE IN A HOME WITH YOUNG CHILDREN.
msvette2u wrote:At 4.5 mos. of age, and guarding to the extent that people are getting bit, that dog needs to be PTS. It is my belief that there's too many good dogs without such issues that can be rescued. Why waste your time on one that's got these dangerous tendencies. But that's just my opinion as an ACO.
Maryellen wrote:once arturo is adopted i am done with this rescue, i only took him as a favor to them, they asked for my help .. if i had known what would go about i would have never offered my home to arturo..
i told the foster to use nilif, and to keep the kids away from the dog when he had toys/bones.. but it fell on deaf ears...
Maryellen wrote:since the rescue doesnt believe a word i said about mosley and they are listening to the foster mom he will probably be adopted out.. which is very sad....
Maryellen wrote:because the foster mom is telling the rescue that everything is great.. and the rescue told me that due to conflicting stories from me and her, they are calling everyone involved to get the true story... even the vet and the techs told the rescue that the foster couldnt control the dog or the kids at the visit...and since i have arturo, i have to wait it out w/ the rescue until he is adopted.. mosley can go to a kennel, but right now he is quarantine at the rescue vets office for 10 days due to the bite..and i found out they dont like euthing dogs that bite either.. which i am not saying should happen to mosley, i just want him into a better foster home. to reevaluate him..
Maryellen wrote:the dog showed no issues at his initial test at the owners house.. the rescue placed him not knowing he would have resource guarding issues, but once they were notified they said they tried to find a new foster home.. but it never happened.. i tried for 3 weeks to get that dog out of there, and i have my emails tothem to proveit.. once arturo is adopted i am done with this rescue, the worst part is they asked me for my help... when i told them what was going on, they didnt believe me because the foster parent LIED and said the dog was doing WONDERFULLLY.... when arturo is adopted i am going to ream them all new assholes, and fully let them know how i feel and what the ramifications are. and the vet has no problem euthing the dog, its the RESCUE that is not wanting too... i found out alot about this rescue in the past 2 weeks, which is not what i like, but to be fair to arturo i have to bite my tongue for now until he is gone.. then, look out , i will show the bitch in me and let them have it
Maryellen wrote:after dealing with this idiot of a rescue i think i am done with rescueing for a while if not for good.
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