Our little guy that left two weeks ago (had the parvo/coccidia issue) is coming back to the rescue. *sigh* The family has a 5 year old daughter who is afraid of him. He's being a typical puppy, jumping, chasing her, and nipping...even though we talked about those things and how they would be issues for them. They all seemed to be ready to take on a puppy.
But alas, that is not the case. Their daughter won't even go into the same room with Owen. So, he's coming back to Mt. Pleasant on Saturday morning.
(he's on the right)
Hopefully we will do better next time.
Dani, Rider & Rookie
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Oh, what a cute little guy. Too bad the adopters couldn't work things out. I hope he gets his forever home soon.
Can I have him? No little five year old for him to scare and Ender will show him how to be calm around kids
He'll prolly get snatched up in no time!
You know, I don't think people with kids under 8 should be allowed to adopt puppies UNLESS they are used to the whole
puppy dog thing. I have heard more people complain about the puppy being a 'handful'. What the hell do they expect, it's a
puppy!!!! They do puppy things. Grrrrr. Oops sorry about the cuss word. It's just so hard to see this happen time and time
Poor guy...I don't think you'll have him for long...he's such a cutie!
Teresa, mom to Brigetta and Prudence
I know it's disappointing but hopefully you find another home for him soon that will be prepared. I would rather him come back then be put outside or something like that.
Sorry to hear that. He should go quickly tho. Tal has done much the same thing..jus being a normal puppy. Like Tal, with patience and training Owen will turn out just fine with the right family.
Sorry - better you find him back at your place than not properly cared for at theirs tho! And - if you keep bugging Kelli...she might get lucky!
Unless you have had a puppy before I am not sure you are capable of knowing how hard it is.