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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by granny hatchet, Mar 9, 2014.
Does he seem to be healthy?
you all know I still have Lily right ? I seen an ad on face book for a dog exactly like her except male . said someone dumped him about a week ago. they live very close to me. the man i got her from said he had 2 of them. (sigh) Not the first person has asked about her. Either she is getting better or I am growing on her and she on me. no mess in the house for 2 days now. and she is starting to come when i call her so not completely untrainable.
he does seem healthy. watery poop though. I am thinking he drank tons and I know he ate a lot so its probably from going without then stuffing himself.
I hope they will look for someone better too. You shouldn't have to just expose your whole family to an individual that you feel is a flake. And Robert definitely doesn't need to get attached to another person just to have her flake out. Sad...very, very sad.
I agree. he needs company and someone able to take him out in the community but I sure wish they had some training first .
as long as it isn't bright green your probably right. You have been so hot there that he probably pigged out on water and food since you brought him home. All my birds have runny poo right now. Its been so hot plus in the summer they eat lots of veggies.
he is also half @ssed tame. I dont know what the problem was catching him. hahaaa
I don't know how they are not required too. You can't even work in a nursing home as an aid without training. How is it that the State believes that its OK to place untrained individuals to work with someone with a developmental disability. That is not OK. Robert and everyone else that needs help deserve so much more than that.
I sold my Sd eggs before she got her. the whole time they were here I was getting 4-6 eggs a day. the day they left I got 18 and today 14.
I think chickens are better judges of character than dogs. My chickens are pretty tame and will approach most people I bring in the yard. But sometimes they head for the bushes and hunker down.
So he knows a good biddy when he sees one.