7 thoughts on “Curious case of the wiener dogs in rescue

  1. Laramie

    Ugh. I agree. I am currently 8 months pregnant, and have a dachshund and a Neapolitan Mastiff. They are a part of my family and I couldn’t even imgaine giving one or both of them up. It may take some adjusting, but I will find a way to handle two amazing dogs with my new baby girl. She’ll get to appreciate the wonderful world of canines at a very young age! 🙂 We have neices and newphews and both dogs are great with them.

    I can’t imagine how someone (not even a mom, a grandmother!) can just post their dogs on the internet for someone to ‘rescue’ from their loving home of over 5 years.

  2. LisaB

    I totally agree. If you really want the dogs around, you would do whatever it takes to keep them. They sound like really nice dogs so what is the problem? People I guess just get tired of them and consider the dogs disposable. Like the other posts, I would die before giving up my dachshund.

  3. Jenni

    I hope the grandchild doesn’t get too difficult, she might try to find another home for him too!
    I have allergies, children, you name it and I manage. Dogs are not disposable and it is a serious character flaw in a person that the moment something is hard or inconvenient they give it up.
    This woman should be glad I am not the grandchild’s parent as I would let my child no where near such a person!

  4. Doxiemom

    I am a mom of three doxie babies and two grand doxies. I have laid to rest three in the past. I can seriously say we truely love them as if they are people. I could’nt give them up and I hope I never have to. My oldest is 15 and my baby is 8 months. I lost a 12yr old in Nov. and I still crye every day. Don’t get a doggie if you are not 100% committed to having a lasting relationship and bond with him. Take the responsibility seriously! They love us and depend on us. Love em back Please!

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