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Post by Guest on Fri Jan 16, 2009 4:42 am

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Dont know if anyones going to be able to help!
Afriend of a friend has gone out and bought a puppy for 90 that she saw in the paper. Apparently it was advertised as a staffy but she seemed huge! The more she looks at the dog the more suspicious she became and she called the people she got her from and asked for a pic of the sire and dam. The bloke came clean and told her that the pups a pit cross. What does she do now??!!
Is there a chance the dog may be siezed?!
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Post by p1nkangel on Fri Jan 16, 2009 8:27 am

Oh dear, its possible that the dog could be seized, please correct me if I'm wrong but they are illegal in all of the UK aren't they?

Would she not take the pup back to seller & get her money back? Or is attached to the pup now?
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Post by Guest on Fri Jan 16, 2009 8:35 am

Shes very attached to her now - apparently shes gorgeous!
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Post by p1nkangel on Fri Jan 16, 2009 11:15 am

Awk...that makes it all the worse claire! Goodness I don't know what advice I could give on this.

It would probably always be a risk if she kept her that at some time or other she may have her seized but then what's the alternative? To have her PTS.

If it was me, personally I couldn't have the pup PTS so I'd keep her in the hope that she wouldn't be seized. She's here already so at least she'd have a chance at a loving home and happiness.

I know the friend is probably going to get more attached to the pup as time goes on but I feel that the pup deserves a chance...and as they say its better to have loved that never to have loved at all.

For me it would be so heartbreaking if the pup was PTS now and just as much if she was seized and PTS at a later date.

What a situation to be in...Damn breed leglislation! I really feel for her & the pup. xo
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Post by nikki_kev on Sat Jan 17, 2009 11:37 am

Get the pup to classes, socialise and train like mad! lol Insure and when she is old enough get her spayed - get her micro-chipped.
Aslong as your friend keeps the dogs nose clean, fingers crossed all should be ok...saying that though - I had police at my door after someone reported us for having two pits! LMFAO!

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Post by p1nkangel on Sat Jan 17, 2009 12:32 pm

nikki_kev wrote:Get the pup to classes, socialise and train like mad! lol Insure and when she is old enough get her spayed - get her micro-chipped.
Aslong as your friend keeps the dogs nose clean, fingers crossed all should be ok...saying that though - I had police at my door after someone reported us for having two pits! LMFAO!

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Seriously? That's nuts!
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Post by nikki_kev on Sun Jan 18, 2009 2:38 am

Oh yes! They gave the ok for Dixie but one cop was hum'in ans argh'in over my litte fella! lol
Goes to show you what they know...

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Post by p1nkangel on Wed Jan 21, 2009 8:58 am

That's mental. They don't know, that's the problem...well it wouldn't be a problem if all dogs were socialised and brought up the right way.

Glad things turned out the right way for you though. I can't say that I've ever thought that Rocco looked liked a pit bull or a pbx LOL
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Post by Guest on Thu Jan 22, 2009 4:13 am

I personally wouldn't care! Theres always a risk of the dog being siezed but as long as the dog is brought up well, trained well there shouldn't be an issue. Theres no way I could give her up!
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Post by p1nkangel on Thu Jan 22, 2009 9:32 am

Flip Claire, there's no way I could give my girlies up either. I'd defo go on the run first LOL
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