Moronic scum...

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  1. 29 Jun 2020 at 11:32 PM #1
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    So with the surge of puppy buying due to lockdown, I’ve noticed that more and more scum are doing adverts to dump their puppies of 4-7 months old...usual bs about allergies, never realised they would get so big.

    This advert for a 4 mth old GSD particularly annoyed me :

    “Hi we have decided to sell our 4 month old Germen shepherd sandy,We have owned from a puppy as we haven’t got the time now she needs,kids has lost interest in her which ain’t fair on her we want a loving home for her so only text or call if you are genuinely interested in her.“


    I wish I could give these people a proper kick up the backside to get them to think about their selfish actions - bloody morons.
     
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  2. 29 Jun 2020 at 11:34 PM #2
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    8 mth old puppy

    “Gorgeous long haired German Shepard boy looking for a new home.
    Brought up in a family environment along with kids and absolutely great with other dogs - very friendly, playful dog who is full of love. Unfortunately our older dogs do not get on with him so it’s only fair on him to find a loving home.“
     
  3. 29 Jun 2020 at 11:35 PM #3
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    It's a shame that everything is seen as disposable these days, I would rather lose the wife than lose the dog and I have a really fantastic wife, some people are just c*nts
     
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    another moron - 9mths old :


    Nine months straight back German Shepard. His name is Ceasar. He is lovely male - Five generation Pedigree with the all paperwork. He is absolutely great with kids and other dogs, home trained with lovely behaviours. He is up to date vaccinated in a perfect health. Unfortunately I have to start full-time job and I can not look after him.
     
  5. 29 Jun 2020 at 11:39 PM #5
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    15 mth old

    “We Are Gutted To Be Selling Our beautiful Male German Shepard Hes 15 Month Old
    Brill around kids and other pets we just haven’t got the time to give him the attention he needs.“
     
  6. 29 Jun 2020 at 11:40 PM #6
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    People are idiots and buy on impulse.

    Dog ownership should be licensed.
     
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    1 year old :

    “Due to un for circumstances we are selling trixie, she belonged to my grandad and now he has to be moved to a care home we have to sadly find a caring home for her.“
     
  8. 29 Jun 2020 at 11:41 PM #8
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    11 month old

    “We are selling our German Shepherd bitch she is 11 months old. Will make a good guard dog if trained, great around kids.”
     
  9. 29 Jun 2020 at 11:43 PM #9
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    I could keep going on - such a disgrace.
     
  10. 29 Jun 2020 at 11:45 PM #10
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    Are you getting another dog then, I think Trixie would be right up your street
     
  11. 29 Jun 2020 at 11:55 PM #11
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    Looking for a GSD or Rottie - need to fill that canine shaped hole - but refusing to deal with opportunistic breeders and remorseful buyers. I had one ‘breeder’ encouraging me to take a puppy at 5 weeks and there is another ‘breeder’ who only feeds her adult dogs Cheerios FFS.
     
  12. 30 Jun 2020 at 12:11 AM #12
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    It would be nice though to rescue a dog from sh*t owner and give it a loving home, It is not the dogs fault it is living with idiots, Buying from a stupid breeder is one thing but buying from a family who have just had enough is something different, Just think how good that dog will feel when it's with an owner who really appreciates it
     
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    People don't realise the hard work and commitment needed with bigger dogs.

    They watch youtube and get loved up on the idea of having a super well trained big dog, but just have no clue what it takes to get there.

    Similarly, there are numerous shite videos about dog training that makes it look like any problem can be fixed in a few hours, when it takes weeks and weeks of consistent training!!!!!

    All this contributes to less committed and knowledgeable owners becoming demoralised, feeling like failures and then giving up.

    I would like to think that many of the above owners set out with the best intentions.
     
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    What a load of shite. I agree that there are plenty of idiots out there that take on a dog and don’t realise what they have taken on but you have the chance to change that dogs life for the better but because you “refuse to deal with remorseful buyers” you are adding to the problem.

    Folk should always look to rescue/re home a dog before buying a puppy.

    And taking one of those posts at face value which you can only do, the granddad is a right **** for having to go into a care home and not being able to look after his dog.

    Cheers :thumbsup:
     
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  15. 30 Jun 2020 at 9:33 AM #15
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    A dog is for life , not just for lockdown.
     
  16. 30 Jun 2020 at 9:42 AM #16
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    Give the sites like "pets4homes" and others like it a swerve. As you've seen, it's full of chancers - although there is some good hiding in there at times.

    Check out - https://www.champdogs.co.uk
     
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    I know they have annoyed you, but I am too looking for another GSD (had one when we were growing up), whilst i could go to the classifieds, it might be worth rescuing one of the ones that you mention - if you have the details for one or more of them, more than happy to give them a call and see if they are genuine. Was hoping to name it after my first GSD but its not the end of the world if the dog already has a name and it saves them from an unloved home.
     
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  19. 30 Jun 2020 at 10:09 AM #19
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    This^^^

    Precisely why I will not own one while I have to work, looking after a dog properly requires a lot of dedication and effort even when it's trained properly. I can't abide cruelty to animals and poor owners
     
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    what a selfish old man he is, probably knew he was going to get dementia all a long and just thought **** it I’m getting a dog anyway.

    there’s definitely no chance it’s just a nice old man who was lonely living on his own, probably had a German Shepard when he was younger with his wife and his kids got him one for some company and cheer him up......
     
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