There's a reason God made the jewels hang on a man.
I agree with this, I don't see anything wrong. Some people ask who the breeder is so they can get a similar dog, and some people are lazy or so smitten with that dog that they find it easier to just get that exact dog.I don't get why this is so scary and creepy. I must be used to it. People come up to me in 'da hood' all the time and talk. They're just people and unless he said something really inappropriate and then she KNEW he followed her home and tried not to let her know about it I wouldn't get myself into a panic.. And even then I'd say "Gee, what a jerk." and keep an eye out.
That's what I was wondering. All of my neighbors know where I live and that I have two dogs. People in the next neighborhood over even know where that I live in this neighborhood (maybe not exact house -- but they've seen me walking my dog/dogs enough to know somewhat the direction I live in).I agree with this, I don't see anything wrong. Some people ask who the breeder is so they can get a similar dog, and some people are lazy or so smitten with that dog that they find it easier to just get that exact dog.
It's a neighbor, doesn't he already know where you live anyway? Why would he need to follow your daughter home? 19 is old enough to be moved out, it seems like he already knew that the dog belonged to you and not to your daughter.
This is what I was thinking, too, especially with regard to the "$1500," like he's some big shot.There is the possibility that he thinks your daughter is cute and wanted to talk to her- which is also a concern in an entirely different way.
That's really smart. Sometimes people are just assessing the value of something by offering to buy it. A friend of mine got an offer on his sailboat on his property and he declined, the next day it was gone. They probably figured it was worth more.Hmm, I live in one of those neighborhoods I guess.. and offers to buy my dog are common, when I had the bulldog even more so. Dogs are just property to a ton of people and a status symbol to have a big mean dog. Didn't sound like he was rude or inappropriate at all.. Just didn't realize some people view their pets as family. I always reply with "Nah, he's my boy - no price on him."