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    The last job I had went out of business with no warning and I had to hurry up and get a new job. The new company doesn't allow pets. He was rehomed in October

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    Stupid typo

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    So you had to rehome the dog that was "given to (you) by some dude who lost his job" that you also "gave him away once before but were glad to have him back" and now you've given him up again? I also recall a few posts where you described his erratic behaviour... perhaps now we know why.

    He's a dog, not a yo-yo... I hope you rehomed him properly to someone that can make a permanent home for him.

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    Well, he was a well behaved dog when I re homed him. Things happen and I wasn't in the position to wait to find a good job that allowed me to have him. I'm sure he's doing just fine.

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    What does your job have to do with keeping your dog? If you have a home, you keep the dog.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Starsowner View Post
    Well, he was a well behaved dog when I re homed him. Things happen and I wasn't in the position to wait to find a good job that allowed me to have him. I'm sure he's doing just fine.
    I'm glad his behaviour improved while he was with you & I'm glad you were able to find another job. My only point/overall concern is that he is now in a good place that will be his forever home. It's not healthy to keep uprooting a dog.

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    i don't get the point of this thread.

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    The truck is my home. No use spending money on a house or apartment when you are never there. I had him at a friends house, and he wasn't being taken care of properly so I asked him to re home him for me. I'm an Otr truck driver. He said a lady who's an owner operator wanted him and he really liked her. I figured he is better off there. I cried about it and still cry about it. I miss him a lot. Yes he was dog and animal aggressive, but that doesn't make him a bad dog, just needs to have responsible owner

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    oy vey

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    Oh vey yourself

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