Free dog to a good home

#1
Hello I'm getting rid of a dog because we already have one and he is a handful the dog is a springer spaniel he is trained he is good with other dogs and he doesn't pull when on the lead and he is fine walking off the lead the only thing is he is not good with kids I live in the Leeds area if you would like some more info just send me a email rhodesas01@live.co.uk
 
#2
Hows his punctuation?
 
#5
When you say not good with kids, has been eating them or he just lets them eat out the fridge and stay up late?
 
#6
Hello I'm getting rid of a dog because we already have one and he is a handful the dog is a springer spaniel he is trained he is good with other dogs and he doesn't pull when on the lead and he is fine walking off the lead the only thing is he is not good with kids I live in the Leeds area if you would like some more info just send me a email rhodesas01@live.co.uk
I expect he is a handful, but you know, you aren't meant to keep them in your hand.
 
#7
Take him to the Blue Cross people. They have extensive experience at matching dogs to new owners.
You should get more sense out of them than some of the other "rescue" centres
 
#8
Take him to the Blue Cross people. They have extensive experience at matching dogs to new owners.
Blue Cross? Match?

That's a blast from the past. Much better for cleaning the gas plug than Swan Vestas. No sticky red residue.
 
#12
What does it weigh, would it fit in my Aga and does one serve red or white with hund?
 
#13
Can I just stress how very careful you have to be when advertising a dog as free to a good home. So many end up being used as bait dogs, tied to a stake whilst a fighting dog is forced to attack it. Would you want this for your pet? Be responsible, contact a rescue. If you need a hand PM me, I have some contacts.
 
#14
Can I just stress how very careful you have to be when advertising a dog as free to a good home. So many end up being used as bait dogs, tied to a stake whilst a fighting dog is forced to attack it. Would you want this for your pet? Be responsible, contact a rescue. If you need a hand PM me, I have some contacts.
I didn't know you could use dogs for bait. What kind of Fish are you going after? I think Bull sharks will probably take a doggy but you'll probably need to get it bleeding first.
 
#15
The change in ownership for a dog can be incredibly stressful.

It has got used to one "master" being its whole world so to speak and then to be suddenly thrust onto strangers can cause irreversible problems.

Strike the hound repeatedly on the head with a lump hammer instead, problem solved.
 

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