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November 12th, 2007
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AyaMiyaki wrote:
Actually, don't bother replying to me. I'm not opening this thread anymore. Have fun with your dogs. Oh, I'm sorry, your "kids". Yeah.

I'm glad Kaylee's okay, Michelle. Good luck finding Duke a new home!


Thanks Laura!
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Sandy_Pants wrote:
OctoberBaby06 wrote:
the_girlfriend wrote:
michelle i looked up some non kill shelters and rescues near your area that ahve room and would take him asap

Humane Society of Wyoming CountyHumane Society of Wyoming County


9 E Tioga St
Tunkhannock, PA 18657

(570) 836-4745


and this one in clark summit
http://www.hslc.pondpets.com/


Thanks, he's either going to go to the one in Tunkhannock or the one that's a little bit farther out of town. Depends which one is going to be cheaper.


cant u just say he wandered into ur yard?


if people lied then these places would be overrun with dogs and have no money.

they're providing a service, they deserve to be paid.
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some people up the road had a couple of Malmutes that scaled a 7 foot chain link fence and tore a little cocker spaniel apart. Those same dogs scaled the same exact fence and went after a kid riding his bike. He had to have his scalp sewn back on. They were "family pets" that never had an incident before
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BridgetHeartsFinn wrote:
Sandy_Pants wrote:
OctoberBaby06 wrote:
the_girlfriend wrote:
michelle i looked up some non kill shelters and rescues near your area that ahve room and would take him asap

Humane Society of Wyoming CountyHumane Society of Wyoming County


9 E Tioga St
Tunkhannock, PA 18657

(570) 836-4745


and this one in clark summit
http://www.hslc.pondpets.com/


Thanks, he's either going to go to the one in Tunkhannock or the one that's a little bit farther out of town. Depends which one is going to be cheaper.


cant u just say he wandered into ur yard?


if people lied then these places would be overrun with dogs and have no money.

they're providing a service, they deserve to be paid.


welll...

i meant just incase their finances dont allow for it right now.
its better for her to lie to them and let them have him rather than Mish either keeping the dog when he might do it again or letting it loose somewhere not to be cared for.
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BridgetHeartsFinn wrote:
Sandy_Pants wrote:
OctoberBaby06 wrote:
the_girlfriend wrote:
michelle i looked up some non kill shelters and rescues near your area that ahve room and would take him asap

Humane Society of Wyoming CountyHumane Society of Wyoming County


9 E Tioga St
Tunkhannock, PA 18657

(570) 836-4745


and this one in clark summit
http://www.hslc.pondpets.com/


Thanks, he's either going to go to the one in Tunkhannock or the one that's a little bit farther out of town. Depends which one is going to be cheaper.


cant u just say he wandered into ur yard?


if people lied then these places would be overrun with dogs and have no money.

they're providing a service, they deserve to be paid.


I know, that keeps going through my mind. I'm an awful liar anyway so I wouldn't be able to make the story believeable about me not knowing where he came from. We paid $100 for Duke, I'll pay up to that much to find him a new home but nothing more. We're even going to take the 50lb bag of dog food that we just got last week with us when we take him. If they're going to want anymore than $100 we're going to have to lie to get rid of him.
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Sandy_Pants wrote:
BridgetHeartsFinn wrote:
Sandy_Pants wrote:
OctoberBaby06 wrote:
the_girlfriend wrote:
michelle i looked up some non kill shelters and rescues near your area that ahve room and would take him asap

Humane Society of Wyoming CountyHumane Society of Wyoming County


9 E Tioga St
Tunkhannock, PA 18657

(570) 836-4745


and this one in clark summit
http://www.hslc.pondpets.com/


Thanks, he's either going to go to the one in Tunkhannock or the one that's a little bit farther out of town. Depends which one is going to be cheaper.


cant u just say he wandered into ur yard?


if people lied then these places would be overrun with dogs and have no money.

they're providing a service, they deserve to be paid.


welll...

i meant just incase their finances dont allow for it right now.
its better for her to lie to them and let them have him rather than Mish either keeping the dog when he might do it again or letting it loose somewhere not to be cared for.



it depends on the rescue
if its a kill shelter they will take him for free
and he would get put down though

but if its a no kill they will probably charge
the spca doesnt charge for surrenders though

michelle to surrender in most cases is about $50
does he have shot records/rabies tags? if so it may be lower if you can provide proof of his vaccinations
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the_girlfriend wrote:
Sandy_Pants wrote:
BridgetHeartsFinn wrote:
Sandy_Pants wrote:
OctoberBaby06 wrote:
the_girlfriend wrote:
michelle i looked up some non kill shelters and rescues near your area that ahve room and would take him asap

Humane Society of Wyoming CountyHumane Society of Wyoming County


9 E Tioga St
Tunkhannock, PA 18657

(570) 836-4745


and this one in clark summit
http://www.hslc.pondpets.com/


Thanks, he's either going to go to the one in Tunkhannock or the one that's a little bit farther out of town. Depends which one is going to be cheaper.


cant u just say he wandered into ur yard?


if people lied then these places would be overrun with dogs and have no money.

they're providing a service, they deserve to be paid.


welll...

i meant just incase their finances dont allow for it right now.
its better for her to lie to them and let them have him rather than Mish either keeping the dog when he might do it again or letting it loose somewhere not to be cared for.



it depends on the rescue
if its a kill shelter they will take him for free
and he would get put down though

but if its a no kill they will probably charge
the spca doesnt charge for surrenders though

michelle to surrender in most cases is about $50
does he have shot records/rabies tags? if so it may be lower if you can provide proof of his vaccinations


Yeah we have his shot records, but he hasn't had the rabies shot yet.
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the_girlfriend wrote:
Sandy_Pants wrote:
AyaMiyaki wrote:
"Oh we have a baby gate so my 6 dogs are cool....".


FYI

The dog that bit my kids JUMPED BOTH MY BABY GATES the one i had in the hall and the one i had in my doorway to the playroom right before he bit Jacob.

Nuff said.


did you have normal gates? my gates are about 4 ft tall...these dogs are not getting over it at all. they are the kind iwth the button that you push at the top and it opens automatically


i actually think mine are a little more than 4 ft tall.

this one is in the hall way...



and this one we bought becuz it was extra-tall thinking it would keep the dogs out..



obviously it wasnt tall enuf Sad

and it comes up to my waist. maybe a little higher.
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yeah weve got the one in the second picture but it looks a little different. mine goes about 3 inches above my waste

if max or kasie or bruiser go to close to them it shocks them because of thier shoc collars Smile
penut and puppy and chance dont have shock collars

chance is wayy to old and too blind for one and penut and puppy are too small for them
but the other dogs HATE those things
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i dont know why yall keep trying to convince the girl. Let her have her baby and hope her kid is one of those that doesnt get eaten and survives.
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My dog would never stay behind any of those gates. My dad has a 6' fence in his back yard with a 2x6 on the top. My sweet little girl would somehow climb the fence and walk along the top like a cat.

When we left her in a kennel while on our honeymoon, she was in a pen where the back part of it backed up to a fenced in yard that they would run the dogs. Well Kaira decided that she wanted to play, so she scaled the 7 foot chain link fence and ran to play with the other dogs.

I think she was a cat in her past life.

Suzy, I would be willing to bet that your pits would be able to jump over that gate with no trouble at all if they wanted to. Not saying they would, but they could. The only way that you will be able to keep the dogs out is to keep them behind a closed door.
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*star* wrote:
My dog would never stay behind any of those gates. My dad has a 6' fence in his back yard with a 2x6 on the top. My sweet little girl would somehow climb the fence and walk along the top like a cat.

When we left her in a kennel while on our honeymoon, she was in a pen where the back part of it backed up to a fenced in yard that they would run the dogs. Well Kaira decided that she wanted to play, so she scaled the 7 foot chain link fence and ran to play with the other dogs.

I think she was a cat in her past life.

Suzy, I would be willing to bet that your pits would be able to jump over that gate with no trouble at all if they wanted to. Not saying they would, but they could. The only way that you will be able to keep the dogs out is to keep them behind a closed door.



you should get some electric shock collars and an elecric fence wireing Smile thats what we did with our dogs kasie max and bruiser
they cant come near the gate on the stairs or they will get shocked
they never come more than 3 or 4 stairs away from the gate because of it lol. kasie is a pain in the butt
she used to sit in front of the gate and cry to come up
ever since weve had the collars on them shes learned

you can buy them at petco. thats where we got ours an we love it
our whole yard has electric fence to keep them from digging and then we have elc wireing at the top of our stairs and in the game room Smile
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lol

we had the shock collars and an electric fence for our dog.

she didnt care she walked right thru it, while it shocked her, and kept on going.
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Kaira used to be on an electric fence when she lived with my mom. My mom had a huge yard that wasn't fenced in so she had to be on it. It worked really well. She only crossed it once and it scared her so much that she sat on the other side and wouldn't move. My mom had to pick her up and carry her back across.

She doesn't act like that anymore. She scaled my dad's fence when she was much younger.

She is so well behaved now, we don't even need to have her on a leash in our backyard. She comes as soon as we call her. My husband has trained her well.
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Sandy_Pants wrote:
lol

we had the shock collars and an electric fence for our dog.

she didnt care she walked right thru it, while it shocked her, and kept on going.


ohmygosh you had a stubborn dog Shocked
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*star* wrote:
Kaira used to be on an electric fence when she lived with my mom. My mom had a huge yard that wasn't fenced in so she had to be on it. It worked really well. She only crossed it once and it scared her so much that she sat on the other side and wouldn't move. My mom had to pick her up and carry her back across.

She doesn't act like that anymore. She scaled my dad's fence when she was much younger.

She is so well behaved now, we don't even need to have her on a leash in our backyard. She comes as soon as we call her. My husband has trained her well.


same thing with my dogs
weve got woods all around us and so they used to try and dig out to get sqirrels and deer

they still bark but they dont dig and kasie max and bruiser stay the heck away from the fence Very Happy
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the_girlfriend wrote:
Sandy_Pants wrote:
lol

we had the shock collars and an electric fence for our dog.

she didnt care she walked right thru it, while it shocked her, and kept on going.


ohmygosh you had a stubborn dog Shocked


lol

DUH
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lol did she have a BRAIN? because the first time kasie got shocked she hid under our kitchen table
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the_girlfriend wrote:
lol did she have a BRAIN? because the first time kasie got shocked she hid under our kitchen table


lol apparently so.. she knew it wasnt gunna hurt her and that if she got far enuf away it would stop.
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So, if the dogs are well behaved, why do they need these shock collars and gates? Plus, if these are your dogs....why did Travis' parents have these things installed for a temporary boarder?
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