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03-26-2014 06:17 PM
selzer
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Originally Posted by SunCzarina View Post
oh Yay for Huntz! I just stumbled into this thread and am really quite horrified how many people said to put him down.

He's a confused young dog who came from an abused situation. I hope he thrives in his new home.
I think that people should offer their opinions, and euthanasia is an option. The OP in a case like this deserves to have all the options on the table, and the pros and the cons, the reasons why this dog might be a candidate for re-homing or not, and what to expect.

Other than agreeing that euthanasia is not the worst thing out there, I really did not encourage it in this circumstance. But if the OP came up with no other conclusion, I wouldn't want them to feel any worse, and if possible less worse about it.

I am glad that a lot of people made good arguments/encouraged for rehoming the dog, and provided some possibilities for managing him in the meantime.

I think the site worked in this instance, and I give the OP kudos for finding a good solution for the dog.
03-26-2014 04:42 PM
SunCzarina oh Yay for Huntz! I just stumbled into this thread and am really quite horrified how many people said to put him down.

He's a confused young dog who came from an abused situation. I hope he thrives in his new home.
03-26-2014 03:28 PM
GatorBytes Yes! and please stick around and update his journey with his new lucky people! Hopefully they will keep in touch with you.
03-26-2014 03:18 PM
Blanketback What a wonderful happy ending to this story! Thanks again - to everyone who stepped up to the plate for this pup. I love Huntz' happy face: he's all set on his lovely bed, with his ball. Awesome!!!
03-26-2014 03:08 PM
ArkAngel I am happy to announce that Huntz has been successfully re-homed!!

His transition was very smooth and he settled in very well with his new family.

Thanks for all your help!

02-24-2014 09:02 PM
ArkAngel Yes, they were the ones who told us he had that issue. Then we experienced it when we met potential adopters
02-24-2014 08:57 PM
GatorBytes
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Originally Posted by ArkAngel View Post
Yes, they rejected him due to the fear aggression
Are they the ones who labeled him?
02-24-2014 08:16 PM
ArkAngel
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Originally Posted by GatorBytes View Post
Have you tried this rescue organization

Home

below is link to form to fill out for them to contact you

Dog Surrender
Yes, they rejected him due to the fear aggression
02-24-2014 07:11 PM
GatorBytes Have you tried this rescue organization

http://www.bayareagsr.org/

below is link to form to fill out for them to contact you

Dog Surrender
02-24-2014 05:56 PM
ArkAngel
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In my case, "only" my GSD attacked. My BullMastiff/Pitt never initiated an attack! My original dogs "knew" the rules!

Don't know if that applies universally?
My GSD is protective over his ball, Huntz got too close to the door and im assuming he thought he was trying to get his ball
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