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Just rescued an older female

Discussion in 'Bull Terrier' started by Hucklebutt, May 23, 2010.

  1. AmberABCg

    AmberABCg Puppy

    I'm sure the Saguro State BTC rescue will have her spayed as soon as she is healthy enough. She will be fostered while she receives necessary medical care, brought utd on shots, and evaluated before she is placed in her perfect forever home.

    So Danielle, are you saying that not all dog club members are in clubs/showing for their egos, but because they truly love the breed? Mwhuuuhaha...We'll bring you over to the dark side, yet! :lol:

    Good job with this one; consider meeting some more club members by attending a meeting or show. We're fun people, with really fun dogs.

    Amber:D
     
  2. Hucklebutt

    Hucklebutt Banned Back Yard Breeder

    Lol Amber, of course not all people are in it for there egos, but there is no denying its a status symbol for some and many. I feel better now that Honey is getting the needed medical care that is her right to have, many people told me to keep her, and to try to get her healthy myself, but I could not keep a dog in my care that I truly thought needed medical care I could not get her, I could not have that on my conscience. If she got seriously ill in my care, and than I called the rescue and had her at my house for several months without ever seeing a vet will only add to the problem. There going to keep my updated on her vet report and im curious to see what the vet says. I really feel like i did the right thing for her, and im happy for her but I was sad to see her go, she came to my house and was part of the family right away.
     

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