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12-03-2013 08:03 PM
Cassidy's Mom
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Originally Posted by Stephsullivan View Post
Perhaps I should put 'aussie' in my bio, hah
That's an excellent idea!
12-03-2013 05:16 PM
Stephsullivan
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Originally Posted by Vagus View Post
... It was two people. And all they did was actually ask if the dog lives outside.

If the puppy seems happy, then you could just wait for the upcoming check up that you mentioned. You're going to have to go with your intuition
Apologies, It was the one that implied I should go to the vet that got me a bit defensive.

Thankyou for the advice, he's doing very well now I'll make sure to mention it at the check up though.
12-03-2013 05:14 PM
Baillif Can always put it as your location
12-03-2013 05:12 PM
Stephsullivan
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Originally Posted by Baillif View Post
Not sure people knew off hand you were an Aussie. The assumption was you were in the US and aside from a handful of places this time of year it's unfun cold. Def too cold for a pup that young.
Yeah, I definitely understand that. Sorry if it came across as harsh, i just wanted to clear everything I could up. Perhaps I should put 'aussie' in my bio, hah
12-03-2013 05:03 PM
Vagus
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Originally Posted by Stephsullivan View Post
I've loved reading over this forum for help and suggestions but clearly, the majority of you are too busy judging me on an irrelevant factor than, actually giving advice on the given problem.
... It was two people. And all they did was actually ask if the dog lives outside.

If the puppy seems happy, then you could just wait for the upcoming check up that you mentioned. You're going to have to go with your intuition
12-03-2013 04:58 PM
Baillif Not sure people knew off hand you were an Aussie. The assumption was you were in the US and aside from a handful of places this time of year it's unfun cold. Def too cold for a pup that young.
12-03-2013 04:53 PM
Stephsullivan Okay, perhaps I should have expected these replies...
Ryker is fine sleeping outside. I understand in some countries, it is frowned upon. But here in Australia it is an incredibly common thing for the large dog breeds to be kept outside. He is still allowed inside under our supervision, but the landlords don't actually allow us to KEEP him inside.
He is an amazingly healthy and happy pup. Great nature, loves kids. I love my dog, and find it incredibly rude for you to suggest that I need to go to the vet.

If I could have it my way, I would definitely have kept him inside, but that just wasnt an option. The nights here are warm, and when they get cold, of course we will bring him in.

The breeders we bought him off keep their champion dogs outside.

I don't work so he gets lots of attention during the day, The neighborhood is safe, we've locked the gates, there are no dangerous ticks in our area.

I've loved reading over this forum for help and suggestions but clearly, the majority of you are too busy judging me on an irrelevant factor than, actually giving advice on the given problem.

If you honestly think I am harming my dog, tell me how, I'd love to prove you wrong.
12-03-2013 01:52 PM
huntergreen
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Originally Posted by doggiedad View Post
are you leaving your 12 week old pup outside? i think you should go
to the Vet.
i hate when people are judgmental, but doggiedad is spot on in this case if you are letting a 12 week old pup live outside.
12-02-2013 08:08 PM
doggiedad are you leaving your 12 week old pup outside? i think you should go
to the Vet.
12-02-2013 07:23 PM
katieliz so...your boy lives outside? all the time???
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