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|08-24-2014 10:20 AM|
Originally Posted by Castlemaid View Post
|08-24-2014 10:17 AM|
And you are judging this person for past comments. YOU ARE DOING THE SAME THING!
Hope you learn from your mistakes.
|08-24-2014 10:11 AM|
|lalachka||nothing passive aggressive about my comment. I said that hopefully she tries to understand people in the future. that's how people learn. I bet she will think twice before judging in the future. I always do because of similar things that happened to me.|
|08-24-2014 10:09 AM|
Enough passive-aggressive judgemental calls ("Just pointing it out" - great way to make a jab at someone with implied criticism and then act like it was an innocent comment).
Back to Gusgus and finding something that will actually be of help, instead of finger pointing.
|08-24-2014 10:01 AM|
Originally Posted by ksotto333 View Post
|08-24-2014 07:55 AM|
|ksotto333||Just referring to the comment calling the op out for a comment she may have made at some point...|
|08-24-2014 07:31 AM|
|huntergreen||i don't think people are judging but rather making sure all is thought through to spare the trauma of giving up a pet. kudos to gusgus owner for putting dogs needs first.|
|08-23-2014 07:35 PM|
|ksotto333||I find it cold that people come on and judge a person's life from a single internet posting that includes the words broken hearted...I understand encouraging that person to think outside the box and try to find a way to keep him, or making positive suggestions that may become a solution. I have been a dispatcher for otr drivers. Quite a few had dogs, some large breeds and it worked out well. Another thought for you to consider is that truckstops, even breaking down can be hazardous at times. The sight of Gus may be enough to dissuade a potential problem. It tends to be lonely on the road, having him with you would help alleviate that issue. Good luck...|
|08-23-2014 07:00 PM|
I have seen many truck drivers with big dogs like Rotties and Pits. Besides having them as their most loyal companions ever, they also protected them and kept them safe.
A large Pit that I fostered was adopted by a trucker after his old Pit buddy died of old age. These dogs have great lives as they are never alone and their humans aren't either.
I would at least give it a try while having a back up plan in place in case it doesn't work.
|08-23-2014 06:26 PM|
|Loneforce||There has to be another way. I remember from reading your posts and seeing pictures, how much you love your Gus. I would sit back and really think of ways to keep Gus. You will thank yourself later on in life. I hope you figure something out. I bet Gus would love to travel around with you, and you can board him for 6 months I bet.|
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