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Old 02-11-2019, 03:55 PM   #1
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Default Well, itís for the best, still sad giving up a dog...

His name is Ranger, Rangerous Dangerous is his breed, and the one and only. Black lab pit mix. Sweet dog, just overly food motivated! Heíll wait for the command ďeat your foodĒ, but you canít trust him with the trash or if you leave the room with a plate of food. Iíve tried every trick I know! Canít break him.

Our local humane society is a customer of mine, finally got an appointment to surrender him.

The hardest part is do I pick my kid up so he can say goodbye or not. He loves snuggle time, but not responsibility time....

My kidís emotions swing to the extremes! Really happy to really sad.

My plan is drop the dog off, pick my kid up, go to one of his favorite restaurants ice cream on the way home and let him know.

Heís known since thanksgiving we were looking for a new home for our dog, and understands.

Itís for the best. Heís in his kennel from 10:30pm till 4:30pm (not counting morning potty and breakfast)with the exception of weekends and days I get out early. Thatís no life for a dog!

Going to miss having a dog around!
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That's sad to see him go but it's also even worse if he has to be kept in a cage. Those types of dogs needs someone outside the city where they can run free most of the time.
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We tried for months to adopt a rescue dog before giving in and getting exactly what we wanted (non shedding house dog) a Labradoodle last week. Still may get a rescue dog though.
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