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November 12th, 2007
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Sandy_Pants wrote:
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AyaMiyaki wrote:

Suzy, I hope you're taking this to heart hon. 6 dogs... Sad


agreed Sad


6 dogs would consider themselves a pack


can u imagine them seeing one do it and then they all band together as a group?

Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad


My baby girl crying tonight from one dog biting her was enough.. I don't even want to think about what a pack of dogs would do Crying or Very sad
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OctoberBaby06 wrote:
Sandy_Pants wrote:
Mommy35 wrote:
Sandy_Pants wrote:
AyaMiyaki wrote:

Suzy, I hope you're taking this to heart hon. 6 dogs... Sad


agreed Sad


6 dogs would consider themselves a pack


can u imagine them seeing one do it and then they all band together as a group?

Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad


My baby girl crying tonight from one dog biting her was enough.. I don't even want to think about what a pack of dogs would do Crying or Very sad

seriously tho.. what if Suzys dogs did that?

From personal experience, we've always had more than 1 dog at a time, and when one sees the other one doing something, they end up following.

SCARY.
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What's scary is that Suzy thinks her dogs would never do it. She's said before that they are "like her kids" and she would never get rid of them, and that they're so sweet and wouldn't hurt a fly...

I don't think she's going to do anything until after it's too late Sad
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AyaMiyaki wrote:
What's scary is that Suzy thinks her dogs would never do it. She's said before that they are "like her kids" and she would never get rid of them, and that they're so sweet and wouldn't hurt a fly...

I don't think she's going to do anything until after it's too late Sad


yeah well Rudy was like B's baby til that happened.

No one expected it out of him.

People never expect it.. if they did, the dogs wouldnt be around in the first place. NO one wants aggressive dogs around their kids.
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Everybody likes to think that their dog wouldn't do it, but the fact is that dogs run on instinct and by the time many of us realize it, it is too late.

I would never trust a dog with a child no matter how "good" I thought the dogs were.
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lol guys i have 6 dogs ok? im not going to get rid of any of them Smile

im sorry this happened
its scary
no matter how loving a dog has been you should never leave them unattended around kids
all my dogs stay downstairs
none of them are allowed up here Smile im never ene down stairs unless im in the kitchen
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AyaMiyaki wrote:
What's scary is that Suzy thinks her dogs would never do it. She's said before that they are "like her kids" and she would never get rid of them, and that they're so sweet and wouldn't hurt a fly...

I don't think she's going to do anything until after it's too late Sad


did i ever say that? no i didnt
infact i think ive said that dogs cant be left around kids
any dog can turn on anyone at anytime

i never said my dogs would never do it?
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I thought they slept with you at night.
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AyaMiyaki wrote:
I thought they slept with you at night.


penut did
until she decided shed rather be with kasie in the crate
lol i think she actually LIKES the crate
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the_girlfriend wrote:

all my dogs stay downstairs
none of them are allowed up here Smile im never ene down stairs unless im in the kitchen


so you only see your dogs when you're in the kitchen?

i was sitting right there when rudy went after finn. they don't have to be left unattended for something to happen.
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point being Suzy..
with a lot of dogs, and a new baby, its hard to keep up with them all.

U cant garauntee they will always be downstairs.

especially if u and travis decide to get a place of ur own.
u may not HAVE a downstairs to leave them in.

1 dog is enough to handle with a baby, i cant imagine 6.

its not safe, and if u cared the LEAST about Kristen, u would get rid of them.

not trying to be mean.
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BridgetHeartsFinn wrote:
the_girlfriend wrote:

all my dogs stay downstairs
none of them are allowed up here Smile im never ene down stairs unless im in the kitchen


so you only see your dogs when you're in the kitchen?

i was sitting right there when rudy went after finn. they don't have to be left unattended for something to happen.


nah weve got those gates on the top of the stairs. and one in the hallway leading to me and travs room and bathroom and one in the babies playroom doorway
all you have to do is a push a button and they open.

they dogs can go in the living room, the kitchen,outside and in the spare room,laundry room and dining room. other than that for the past few months weve sstarted to keep them ALL out from upstairs because of the hair and stuff. penut comes up here still and chance sleeps in travis parents bed room some times
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I wasn't very far away from Kaylee at all when this happened tonight. She was by the front door & I was literally 4-5 feet away, I turned my head for SPLIT second & look what happened.
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Sandy_Pants wrote:
point being Suzy..
with a lot of dogs, and a new baby, its hard to keep up with them all.

U cant garauntee they will always be downstairs.

especially if u and travis decide to get a place of ur own.
u may not HAVE a downstairs to leave them in.

1 dog is enough to handle with a baby, i cant imagine 6.

its not safe, and if u cared the LEAST about Kristen, u would get rid of them.

not trying to be mean.


when me and travis have our own place we will have 4 dogs

im not getting rid of my dogs Smile
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i see, the dogs come before your baby.
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why did my post post twice?

:S
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Sandy_Pants wrote:
why did my post post twice?

:S


sometimes it does that when you press post more than once Smile
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BridgetHeartsFinn wrote:
i see, the dogs come before your baby.


i dont think she MEANS to be it that way..

i just dont think she sees the harm in this.

She is 16 after all and still thinks she knows best even tho ppl who are
MUCH OLDER AND WISER AND EXPERIENCED IN THIS EXACT SITUATION are telling her otherwise.
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When I was 16 I had everything figured out too. Wink
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i dont care who says what about what and whos what age.

if my dogs ever ever pulled one small thing i would in a heartbeat find them another home
but i will NOT get rid of MY DOGS which are like KIDS to me
they may not be like that to anyone else but i value them as family members. you dont just toss a family member away before they do anything wrong?

there are LOTS OF PEOPLE on this site whom have dogs and kids

end of discussion.
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