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please help mitch.

Discussion in 'Dog Rescue and Adoption' started by we love bsh's, Apr 4, 2011.

  1. we love bsh's

    we love bsh's PetForums VIP

    Mar 28, 2011
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    can anyone help? My dad passed away left behind 'mitch'.Mitch is a 7year old staff x she is brindle and white.i have a horrible dilema here as she has no where live i wanted to take her home with me but my husband says i cant have her as we already have 4 dogs ans cats and a rabbit he wont budge either.The problem is is mitch has some issues which is going to make it difficult to rehome her, firstly she has lived a very quiet life and has not been socialised properly she only seems to like people she knows and strangers wouldnt get in the house. Secondly she doesnt like other dogs when out although she is ok with myn but in my opinion she is best kept away from them.Thirdly i dont think that she would be an ideal dog round kids, she fusses my kids and licks them its just that she really really hates her paws been touched and may snap if a child did this although she never has done this she normally just goes off out the way.Unless a person comes along who understands the issues mitch has i can only get her pts this is going to be heart breaking my dad would have never let me do that to her i really dont want to do this it seems so cruel to take her life away like this.If anybody knows of anybody who has experience with a dog with issues like this please please help.Now for her good points she is house clean and loyal and very lovable with the ones she knows and loves she doesnt chew or anything like that.She is quite lazy. thankyou for reading thankyou.If you can help my email is
    #1 we love bsh's, Apr 4, 2011
    Last edited: Dec 27, 2013
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