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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by blubell, Mar 24, 2011.


  1. blubell

    blubell PetForums Senior

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    Hi,
    Just thought i'd write a message on here apologising.
    I posted a thread about a dog, and couldnt reply to the thread till today!

    Sorry for all the worry!!


    I'm so rubbish i know, and i feel bad that people were really worried because of me.
     
  2. katie200

    katie200 PetForums VIP

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    Are you ok I'm sure people understand
     
  3. blubell

    blubell PetForums Senior

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    Hi, yeah i'm ok thank you, are you?
    Im not very computer minded and my computer kept shutting down all the time. And i couldn't use it.
    Hence why i couldn't reply.
     
  4. 2lisa2

    2lisa2 PetForums VIP

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    dont worry about it hun its one of those things cant be helped :)
     
  5. katie200

    katie200 PetForums VIP

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    I'm ok thanks computer can be trickie things I had my fare share of wanting to though my computer out the window as it won't do what I want it to lol
     
  6. blubell

    blubell PetForums Senior

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    I would love to throw mine, but knowing my luck it would bounce back and hit me in the face or something!
     
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    That's alright you didn't do it on purpose!!! As long as the doggy is getting fed and watered everything is fine. although it sounds like the owner hasn't really done anything to help the poor mite.
     
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    katie200 PetForums VIP

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    My phone did that once though it and it came back a hits in the head lol:D
     
  9. blubell

    blubell PetForums Senior

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    I agree, she doesn't seem overly interested.
    The building manager has said she has till fiday to sort some proper care for the dog or he's ringing the RSPCA and reporting her.
    He was saying in her agreement it states no pets, so he is furious about it. (not sure what it has to do with him if she has a dog or not tho!)
    We live on the ground floor he lives on the top floor so he said he didnt even realise there was a dog living in the building.
     
  10. Cockerpoo lover

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    She's going to be in for a shock when she returns!!

    Might be best if the dog got rehomed and had a better owner. Like you said on other thread he seemed scared.........
     
  11. blubell

    blubell PetForums Senior

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    I read a few replies on the thread and i am going to report her.
    It never occured to me that she might be hurting the poor dog and thats why he's like he is.

    I'm thought about bringing the dog here, and look after him myself instead of causing him more stress if she arranges kennels or something.

    I don't have any kids or anything and there's only me and my OH here. But i'm not sure the dogs house trained, it didnt seem it to me when i was there, but it might just be because he didnt get to go out all day.
    And again the aggression worries me.
    I feel awful saying this, but i don't want to bring him here incase he bites me or my OH.
     
  12. Angie2011

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    Blubell: Hi I know how you feel over throwing your lappy! :) is the dog sill in the house? how is he being fed and watered? i may have missed something! :)
     
  13. blubell

    blubell PetForums Senior

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    Hi,

    I updated the other thread.

    The building manager managed to get in the flat. The dog had a bit of a go, but didn't do much damage luckily.

    We check and feed him twice a day, we're not sure how much we should be feeding him tho, so we're just giving him food twice a day.
     
  14. blubell

    blubell PetForums Senior

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    i realise that post didnt answer anything!

    Yeah he's still in the flat, and 2 of us are seeing to him.
    Now we've both been in, he seems less agressive. He still growls at first but keeps his distance.
    Maybe it was just a shock to him.
     
  15. Angie2011

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    Thanx Hun! at least you are managing to feed and water him! even though the problem has been dumped on you! well done :)
     
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