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Old 11-15-2012, 12:38 PM
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Right ive been peeved off today when checking my emails. My little guys breeder wants him back because shes worried she left him with big dogs, WHAT! she met them she even petted my greyhound whilst holding my chi! Shes going down the bad breed complex route with my boxer x mastiff Shes harmless! i understand she could play too rough and hurt him but shes never unsupervised when playing shes crate trained and so is my chi! so she'd need to learn to get out a crate and get him out a crate to get at him when i'm not home.

Shes got me rather mad since well i dont see the big problem with big and small dogs together as long as they are properly trained not to play rough!
Would you have a problem leaving a puppy with a bigger dog?

Im more annoyed that ive had him almost a month before shes said anything to me!
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If you already paid for him in full, she has nothing to say about anything that you do with him. He is your dog period, and you raise him the way you see fit, I would be extremly annoyed also, just tell her it is none of her business how you and your dogs live. I would keep him in a kennel while you are not home cause accidents do happen.
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No, providing the big dogs are nice natured I have no problem at all. My little Diego LOVED his two big playmates - a border collie and a big German Shepherd. They used to all live, eat, play and sleep together with no problems at all.

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Thats my point, hes my dog not hers now. Not that hers were in great conditions, never took outside to toilet, and i dont think they were walked either 12 dogs in a small house. Compared to my 3 well exercised trained dogs! (well we are working on peanut still)
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Thats my point, hes my dog not hers now. Not that hers were in great conditions, never took outside to toilet, and i dont think they were walked either 12 dogs in a small house. Compared to my 3 well exercised trained dogs! (well we are working on peanut still)
Tell her to go bug off! Cut all ties with her, if she calls don't answer, she sounds like the type of person who is a control freak. You are doing a great job with your dogs.
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This was something she had to decide before she sold him. She allowed you to buy him knowing you had bigger dogs, she can't change her mind about that now - especially without any logically reason for changing her mind (I.e., it would be different if she'd heard that your dogs were being nasty to the little one - which obviously is not the case).


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If you paid for him in full and are taking adequate care of him, she has absolutely no right to change her mind. If she was concerned, she should have thought of that before she sold you the puppy.


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Yeah ive told her where to go as politely as i could. I told her hes bought and paid for hes no longer her dog hes mine and hes well fed and looked after properly, she was feeding him mushed up wagg crap and royal cannin as crunchy bits, hes now on natures diet (as close to raw as hes getting for now) untill i master touching icky chickeny things yup i was vegan i now can just about eat cooked meat :L! if someone else cooks it and does all the "moving and handling"
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