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When you adopt a dog, you are accepting them as your family member. They should be with your family. 

 

If you do end up keeping the dog outside, do not put the dog on a chain. Put them in a cage. Inside your home is always the best choice, though.

 

oh, they'd never be on a chain! If they were in the yard they'd just be able to run about. And we'd have a bed/kennel/whatever under the verandah for them.

And no matter what dad says, if they're scared of storms like our last dog was, they're sleeping in my room

 

But that's exactly how I feel about them being a part of the family. What's the point of having a little dog to love if you're just gonna send it outside? And our yard isn't massive. It's not tiny enough to be cruel, but I can imagine any dog getting bored very quickly if it's left out there all day


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So I get Pinky a brand new, bigger bowl and some new decorations, fill up the water, and put him in it. He died. What the fuck.



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oh, they'd never be on a chain! If they were in the yard they'd just be able to run about. And we'd have a bed/kennel/whatever under the verandah for them.

And no matter what dad says, if they're scared of storms like our last dog was, they're sleeping in my room

Oh, even better! 



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I can't let my dogs run free outside because they WILL run away and end up under a car. I had to watch helplessly one day as my neighbour refused to stop driving when Spencer ran out in front of him. Screamed at the guy to stop driving and he ignored me.
Spencer did get hit by a car once but the car was going slow and he just kinda bounced off the tire and ran off. No harm done, thank God.

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I can't let my dogs run free outside because they WILL run away and end up under a car. I had to watch helplessly one day as my neighbour refused to stop driving when Spencer ran out in front of him. Screamed at the guy to stop driving and he ignored me.
Spencer did get hit by a car once but the car was going slow and he just kinda bounced off the tire and ran off. No harm done, thank God.

What's your neighbor's problem?



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What's your neighbor's problem?

He's a fucking dick.

He isn't even supposed to be driving to begin with as his licence has been taken from him but whatever.



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He's a fucking dick.

He isn't even supposed to be driving to begin with as his licence has been taken from him but whatever.

Get him arrested or something.



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Get him arrested or something.

I would love to, and I probably should


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I made a little pet tag yesterday. It's on my lanyard, which I always wear, so now Climber is never far from my heart.

 

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Some days are easier than others. We haven't touched his tank and we probably won't for a good while. We can't move it or clean it out yet. It's too painful.


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3 last days with Ralph :( i hope i can come back every weekend at home so i can see him grow up and i hope he won't forget me :(

and Ron, too. my lovely cat :)



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Climber passed away this morning. I'm beyond crushed. My little man is gone and it's killing me. Michael and I grabbed a big shoebox this morning and turned it into a little version of his house for him. We filled it with his bedding and placed his little house in it. We put a couple of his chew toys inside and filled up his food and treat bowls before placing him inside the box, in front of his house. I wrote him a letter and put it inside before we closed the box. We went to my grandparent's house and buried him under a big apple tree.

 

Burying him was the hardest thing I think I've ever had to do. We've both broken down crying multiple times today. I'm not going to be able to go into the bedroom without crying for a while. His tank is right by our bed and every night before I sleep, I'm used to hearing him run around on his wheel or drink water. I don't get to hear that anymore. I don't get to see him or hold him or kiss him anymore and it's tearing me apart.

 

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Little man.  :cry:

I'm so sorry.  :cry:

 

 

Yeah, her breathing seems to be getting back to normal, and she was sunbathing today when my mom had the front door open for a few minutes. She's still a little more stationary than usual (not that she's a particularly active cat, but she usually walks around more) but there's definitely a marked improvement now.

Glad to hear it!




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