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How does something like this happen?

Discussion in 'General Dog Discussions' started by shelbadooba, Jun 2, 2017.

  1. phillysmom

    phillysmom Good Dog

    I don't understand taking a new dog into the home and allowing it to roam freely without really knowing the dog. When I brought my dog home from the shelter she had no free roaming in the house privileges for at least 30 days. I always had her on the leash.
  2. Mgnoob

    Mgnoob Puppy

    I was reading in the comments that the new owner locked herself out and had used a hammer to break in...in the first reports it said she used a hammer on the dog.
    The same commenter is trying to justify the dogs first bite aswell...says the reascue is a good place.

    The new owners apparently arent very smart, and the rescue should never adopted them even a good dog, nevermind them abusing their rescue dogs.

    There is just so much fail in this story.

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