This don't look like a chicken in my chicken coop

vickie2133

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I'm a little confused. I thought the doberman you found was a male. The people who came for the dog lost a female doberman?


Well I actually never said what sex the dog was. I looked back to see if I actidentlly implyed that and didn't see that. To be honest I hadnt' looked when I started this post lol, it was dark and I didnt' want to bend over and look at a strange dog, almost got bite in the past for being to friendly with a strange dog. But it was a female.
 

kari_dawn

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I am SOOO excited for Daisy and her family! My little dog has a bad habit of slipping through gaps in the fence to explore the world on his own...and he has the worst sense of direction and home that I have ever seen in a dog. Once he leaves the yard, he is lost
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...needless to say, he is microchipped, and wears and ID tag at all times, but I would hope that if he ever got lost, someone like you would be the one to find him so that I would have a chance to be re-united with him. You did a wonderful thing for Daisy and her little girl.
 

Ole rooster

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Well I actually never said what sex the dog was. I looked back to see if I actidentlly implyed that and didn't see that. To be honest I hadnt' looked when I started this post lol, it was dark and I didnt' want to bend over and look at a strange dog, almost got bite in the past for being to friendly with a strange dog. But it was a female.

That is funny.
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Don't know that I would have either.
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vickie2133

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Great ending!

How did Daisy got loose and how long was she gone? I bet they were heart sick!


Daisy was let outside by the girls mother to go to the bathroom, daisy is housebroke and when she went out, the mother didnt' put a coller on her. But she was gone 7 months, and ended up at my house about 18 miles away. They was missing her so bad.
 

bobbi-j

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So happy to hear that you found her owners and all is well. Poor thing - surviving on her own for 7 months! I'm sure the family had all but given up hope by now. Kudos to you for making the effort to find them and allowing them to come out at such a late hour to get her! You're the type of neighbor that makes the world a good place. (I know, they were from the next town over, but where I live, it's still close enough to be a "neighbor". There are "neighbors" and there are "people who live out here'. You are a "neighbor")
 

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