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  1. I am so sorry for your loss Katdogs. It is heart breaking enough losing a very loved dog no matter what age but especially difficult that Jodie was also your connection to your life with your husband and canine family members. Sending you much love and gentle healing thoughts.
  2. And in that case as long as you keep the blankets out of reach He is beautiful
  3. We can be limited as humans in the way we relate so I dont think it is unnatural for us to look at it from a human point of view and draw the comparison. Especially due to the deep connection we can have with our dogs. They are just the best
  4. https://action.choice.com.au/page/88671/petition/1?campaign=saferpetfood
  5. You have been through so much trauma Rascal. I don’t think anyone would ever feel anything but empathy for the bravery you have shown with everything you have been through and not understand under these circumstances you would need to protect yourself for the sake of yourself and your family.
  6. I feel similar to this. I respect that some situations are different though. But because it is something I hold in myself as a non negotiable in my life it honestly is a situation where my brain won’t let me ‘walk a mile’. It is not a personal attack on anyone as it is devastating losing a much loved family member and I would always empathize with that loss. It is just the way I feel about it.
  7. Did the dog wash have fake turf in the pen. The one time my dogs have had raw paw pads was from fake turf.
  8. That was exactly what I was going to recommend (specifically the roo and pumpkin). Having great success with this with a dog with IBD.
  9. A large sheet of ply or lattice painted the same color as the fence. Having it from the ground to the height and shape you need it and tethered to the fences with clamps, zipties or similar. Bricks, potplans or a sleeper along the bottom to give it more stability and keep it right against the fence.
  10. Wow Kayla. Annie is amazing! Your update really put a smile on my dial. Here’s to her continuing to get ‘stuck’ under that cabinet and having lots more love and fun with her humans and canine brothers.
  11. One of the issues here is that potential adopters don’t know where else to go. I am not on Facebook and would love to see a linked list of rescue organizations website pages that don’t use Pet Rescue.
  12. I ended up getting the rescue pup out of the litter that I didn’t want because he seemed to have the worst temperament of the rest of the litter but he was the one my family wanted based more on his looks. Not a good way to choose a dog. But as as it turned out I am now so glad I got him over the others. Ironically he turned out to have coat issues and probably ended up the least attractive of the litter but I am so glad he was the one we got as he completely has my heart and soul. Sometimes things that seem to not work out exactly how you want them to really do end up for the best. I suspect that if you go for another of the litter then once the pup is in your home and you have bonded you will be glad in the end that it worked out the way it did. I understand the disappointment and the breeder should have handled it better but they probably feel terrible about it too and it may be a lesson learnt for them as far as not allocating puppies to particular homes so early. If you can get over your disappointment and feel you can still have a supportive relationship with the breeder then things can still work out. Sometimes our initial disappointments in life turn out to be the best case scenario.
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