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02-19-2014 04:14 PM
MissLilyBean So we have a Cocker (Sweet Pea) and a GSD (Stella). Believe me. I would've questioned my sanity on that one, too. LOL!


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02-19-2014 04:09 PM
MissLilyBean No. LOL! The GSD puppy is mine. The out of control Great Dane is hers. She had the GSD puppy but said she couldn't handle it, so she asked us to take the GSD


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02-19-2014 04:09 PM
DJEtzel
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Oh crap!! This dog is yours now??
I think you're getting dogs mixed up. This is a puppy she now has, not the offending dog.
02-19-2014 04:08 PM
Chip18
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Chips18 - To be honest, being naive, I passed the incident with my cocker off as a fluke. I'm starting to realize otherwise now. It's to the point where I wouldn't consider keeping him for her anymore.

Unfortunately, Stella was hers from about 9 weeks to 14 weeks. Eventually, she asked if we'd keep her because she said she couldn't handle her. She's done fantastic with us though!

Thanks for the link. I think I might pass it on to her. Too bad the dog park probably wouldn't appreciate it on their page.


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Oh crap!! This dog is yours now?? That's a bit different but it can be worked with!
02-19-2014 04:07 PM
Chip18
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The thing is, dog parks are great idea, it's people like this being there that make them bad.

I absolutely adore my park, personally.
You'll get no argument from me!
02-19-2014 04:04 PM
MissLilyBean DJEtzel - Wish that was the case here. Perhaps I should move to your area. :-p

At least we've got walks along the beach and places like that here. Really, you can make any place an adventure for your dog as long as they're allowed there. :-)




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02-19-2014 03:54 PM
DJEtzel The thing is, dog parks are great idea, it's people like this being there that make them bad.

I absolutely adore my park, personally.
02-19-2014 03:34 PM
MissLilyBean Chips18 - To be honest, being naive, I passed the incident with my cocker off as a fluke. I'm starting to realize otherwise now. It's to the point where I wouldn't consider keeping him for her anymore.

Unfortunately, Stella was hers from about 9 weeks to 14 weeks. Eventually, she asked if we'd keep her because she said she couldn't handle her. She's done fantastic with us though!

Thanks for the link. I think I might pass it on to her. Too bad the dog park probably wouldn't appreciate it on their page.


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02-19-2014 01:06 PM
Chip18
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Dogs with any sort of guarding tendencies should NEVER be in a dog park. Ever.
Sounds like your friends dog is a prime example of why many of us avoid dog parks.

Not really sure why you would want your dog hanging out with this train wreck? Now your dog has been attacked and my develope "issues" that "you" have to deal with.

You can show her this link:

Leerburg | Dog Parks: Why They Are A Bad Idea

Not sure how much good it would do, because it sounds like she and her dog and her attiude are the problem!
02-19-2014 12:44 PM
DJEtzel Dogs with any sort of guarding tendencies should NEVER be in a dog park. Ever.
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