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Options for adopting out my dog.

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Old July 12th 03, 05:01 PM
Chris C.
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Default Options for adopting out my dog.

I have a mixed breed dog, about 5 years old. He has been a wonderful dog
for us, but has shown several instances of aggression - some unprovoked. He
does not respond well to the vet, or being caged. We have a new baby
(common problem here I imagine) and we no longer feel comfortable keeping
him. It pains us to get rid of him, but it needs to be done.

Question is - anybody know of anywhere in the Sacramento, CA area that may
take dogs with slight aggression problems? Generally he has been a very
good dog, loves to play frisbee, swim, go for walks, etc... the unfortunate
thing is, he really doesn't like to be around other people besides us, and a
few of our friends - I'm not sure about his adjustment.

Thanks for any information.


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