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Poor women! :(

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by Baby Bordie, Aug 20, 2009.


  1. Baby Bordie

    Baby Bordie PetForums VIP

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    I just had a women nocking on my door, asking if we had found her king charles cocker spanial! :( Apparently her next door neighbour saw the women who took it, and the women who took it asked the next door neighbour to telll the owner to come and pick up the dog later on, and she lives in bryntirion... But now the owner cant find the women who took the dog!? :( Poor women! :(:(:(:(
     
  2. Spaniel mad

    Spaniel mad PetForums VIP

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    Aww i hope she finds her dog soon x
     
  3. Baby Bordie

    Baby Bordie PetForums VIP

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    Same, she told us that the women who took it in, also had a dog, and i know there a women on my street who has a labrador, so i told her to go there.
     
  4. Miss.PuddyCat

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    why on earth did someone take here dog!!?? :confused: :(
     
  5. Patterdale_lover

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    Exactly what i was thinking!
     
  6. Baby Bordie

    Baby Bordie PetForums VIP

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    She was doing her a favor! The dog escaped, its better than it getting run over! Well i must admit, it was a bit weird, i dont understand why the neighbour didnt take the dog in?
     
  7. Kinjilabs

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    Got me confused here:confused: anyway whatever I hope she gets her dog back.
     
  8. Patterdale_lover

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    Oh right i see...I thought she was some wierdo that saw it and just took and said come get your dog from my house...:eek:ut: lool :D
     
  9. haeveymolly

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    I dont really understand this. . . the dog got out and someone took it in, why didnt she take it straight back to its owner?
     
  10. sequeena

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    Crazy people.

    Hope she finds the dog, sounds a bit fishy to me though x
     
  11. Baby Bordie

    Baby Bordie PetForums VIP

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    The owner was out, but what i dont get is why she didnt giove the dog to the neighbour??
     
  12. Blitz

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    She was out and her dog was straying! And some kind person retrieved the dog and told a neighbour where it would be. What is the problem. Why should the neighbour take it, maybe she doesnt like dogs.
     
  13. haeveymolly

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    She did the right thing, if ide found a dog that was straying i wouldnt hand it in to anyone else i would look after it unless there was any reason why i couldnt take the dog, has the owner got it back do you know. It could always be a case as this isnt the first time this dog has been left alone and escaped and the person that found it wants to see the owner to tell her, i would.
     
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