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Old July 11th 03, 07:20 PM
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"Michelle" wrote in message
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I am not sure if this is the right place to post but maybe someone has
some ideas I am in N.M. and was seriously considering taking in these
2 adorable pups you can see them at www.carmaanimals.org Josie and
Morrie, they are in great need of socialization and are pitx, I just
found out that due to a family emergency I will have to return to OR
for what could be an extensive period I have not lived in NM very long
and do not know many ppl here so if anyone has any ideas I would
greatly appreciate hearing them thanks in advance.
Michelle


my only idea is that they NOT suggest the dogs are adopted out together.
two female pit bulls living together is a recipe for trouble.

-kelly


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Old July 11th 03, 07:20 PM
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"Michelle" wrote in message
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I am not sure if this is the right place to post but maybe someone has
some ideas I am in N.M. and was seriously considering taking in these
2 adorable pups you can see them at www.carmaanimals.org Josie and
Morrie, they are in great need of socialization and are pitx, I just
found out that due to a family emergency I will have to return to OR
for what could be an extensive period I have not lived in NM very long
and do not know many ppl here so if anyone has any ideas I would
greatly appreciate hearing them thanks in advance.
Michelle


my only idea is that they NOT suggest the dogs are adopted out together.
two female pit bulls living together is a recipe for trouble.

-kelly


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Old July 11th 03, 07:20 PM
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"Michelle" wrote in message
om...
I am not sure if this is the right place to post but maybe someone has
some ideas I am in N.M. and was seriously considering taking in these
2 adorable pups you can see them at www.carmaanimals.org Josie and
Morrie, they are in great need of socialization and are pitx, I just
found out that due to a family emergency I will have to return to OR
for what could be an extensive period I have not lived in NM very long
and do not know many ppl here so if anyone has any ideas I would
greatly appreciate hearing them thanks in advance.
Michelle


my only idea is that they NOT suggest the dogs are adopted out together.
two female pit bulls living together is a recipe for trouble.

-kelly


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Old July 11th 03, 10:44 PM
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"culprit" wrote in message ...

my only idea is that they NOT suggest the dogs are adopted out together.
two female pit bulls living together is a recipe for trouble.

-kelly


Kelly,

I suggested that but the fact is these 2 are not socialized they
haven't even been around anyone but the woman who found them, so all
they know is eachother. I am also having a tough time with the
decision to take them because it is already a difficult thing finding
a home for a big dog but 2 big dogs pitx (and I do not go for the just
call it a terrier mix). I am wondering if anyone knows if there is a
pit rescue that does mixes I think these pups need someone who with
knowledge of this breed. The woman I am in contact with about the dogs
has 7 of her own plus 5 or 6 foster dogs and 2 of them are full pit
and they get along so as she put it she disagrees with my "theory" of
seperating due to same sex...

Michelle
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Old July 11th 03, 10:44 PM
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"culprit" wrote in message ...

my only idea is that they NOT suggest the dogs are adopted out together.
two female pit bulls living together is a recipe for trouble.

-kelly


Kelly,

I suggested that but the fact is these 2 are not socialized they
haven't even been around anyone but the woman who found them, so all
they know is eachother. I am also having a tough time with the
decision to take them because it is already a difficult thing finding
a home for a big dog but 2 big dogs pitx (and I do not go for the just
call it a terrier mix). I am wondering if anyone knows if there is a
pit rescue that does mixes I think these pups need someone who with
knowledge of this breed. The woman I am in contact with about the dogs
has 7 of her own plus 5 or 6 foster dogs and 2 of them are full pit
and they get along so as she put it she disagrees with my "theory" of
seperating due to same sex...

Michelle
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Old July 11th 03, 10:44 PM
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"culprit" wrote in message ...

my only idea is that they NOT suggest the dogs are adopted out together.
two female pit bulls living together is a recipe for trouble.

-kelly


Kelly,

I suggested that but the fact is these 2 are not socialized they
haven't even been around anyone but the woman who found them, so all
they know is eachother. I am also having a tough time with the
decision to take them because it is already a difficult thing finding
a home for a big dog but 2 big dogs pitx (and I do not go for the just
call it a terrier mix). I am wondering if anyone knows if there is a
pit rescue that does mixes I think these pups need someone who with
knowledge of this breed. The woman I am in contact with about the dogs
has 7 of her own plus 5 or 6 foster dogs and 2 of them are full pit
and they get along so as she put it she disagrees with my "theory" of
seperating due to same sex...

Michelle
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Old July 12th 03, 12:32 AM
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"Michelle" wrote in message
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I suggested that but the fact is these 2 are not socialized they
haven't even been around anyone but the woman who found them, so all
they know is eachother. I am also having a tough time with the
decision to take them because it is already a difficult thing finding
a home for a big dog but 2 big dogs pitx (and I do not go for the just
call it a terrier mix). I am wondering if anyone knows if there is a
pit rescue that does mixes I think these pups need someone who with
knowledge of this breed. The woman I am in contact with about the dogs
has 7 of her own plus 5 or 6 foster dogs and 2 of them are full pit
and they get along so as she put it she disagrees with my "theory" of
seperating due to same sex...


most pit rescue organizations will work with pit mixes. however, keep in
mind that pit bulls are hard to find homes for. i have two, and i wish i
had the setup to offer my home to more, but i just can't.

check out the pit bull rescue center: www.pbrc.net. they have info on a
lot of rescue organizations. you may have trouble finding a place that will
take two unsocialized mixes, however.

unfortunately, our country today is not a great place to be a pit bull.

-kelly


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Old July 12th 03, 12:32 AM
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"Michelle" wrote in message
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I suggested that but the fact is these 2 are not socialized they
haven't even been around anyone but the woman who found them, so all
they know is eachother. I am also having a tough time with the
decision to take them because it is already a difficult thing finding
a home for a big dog but 2 big dogs pitx (and I do not go for the just
call it a terrier mix). I am wondering if anyone knows if there is a
pit rescue that does mixes I think these pups need someone who with
knowledge of this breed. The woman I am in contact with about the dogs
has 7 of her own plus 5 or 6 foster dogs and 2 of them are full pit
and they get along so as she put it she disagrees with my "theory" of
seperating due to same sex...


most pit rescue organizations will work with pit mixes. however, keep in
mind that pit bulls are hard to find homes for. i have two, and i wish i
had the setup to offer my home to more, but i just can't.

check out the pit bull rescue center: www.pbrc.net. they have info on a
lot of rescue organizations. you may have trouble finding a place that will
take two unsocialized mixes, however.

unfortunately, our country today is not a great place to be a pit bull.

-kelly


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Old July 12th 03, 12:32 AM
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"Michelle" wrote in message
om...

I suggested that but the fact is these 2 are not socialized they
haven't even been around anyone but the woman who found them, so all
they know is eachother. I am also having a tough time with the
decision to take them because it is already a difficult thing finding
a home for a big dog but 2 big dogs pitx (and I do not go for the just
call it a terrier mix). I am wondering if anyone knows if there is a
pit rescue that does mixes I think these pups need someone who with
knowledge of this breed. The woman I am in contact with about the dogs
has 7 of her own plus 5 or 6 foster dogs and 2 of them are full pit
and they get along so as she put it she disagrees with my "theory" of
seperating due to same sex...


most pit rescue organizations will work with pit mixes. however, keep in
mind that pit bulls are hard to find homes for. i have two, and i wish i
had the setup to offer my home to more, but i just can't.

check out the pit bull rescue center: www.pbrc.net. they have info on a
lot of rescue organizations. you may have trouble finding a place that will
take two unsocialized mixes, however.

unfortunately, our country today is not a great place to be a pit bull.

-kelly


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Old July 12th 03, 09:46 AM
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If you are going to have to be out of state for an extended period and
can't take these unsocialized pups (or single pup), then don't obligate
yourself where they are concerned. There will be, unfortunately, other
dogs that need homes once you return.

Jo Wolf
Martinez, Georgia

 




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