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Awww he looks so sweet, I though shelters always spayed adn neutered their pets though and it says he is unaltered gotta wonder if something is wrong with him (medicaly)that they arnt doing it.
 

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Originally posted by Lilly521@Jun 2 2005, 08:38 PM
Awww he looks so sweet,  I though shelters always spayed adn neutered their pets though and it says he is unaltered gotta wonder if something is wrong with him (medicaly)that they arnt doing it.
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You might be surprised at how many shelters release dogs without spay/neuter. If I were unethical, I could set up a business with them. I've paid for spays on three Labs as well as a Goldern Retriever/Irish Setter from shelters within a four month time (as well as my son's Lab and his Border Collie). Three of those rescue dogs go every step I make when I'm outside, as they are still here two years later. The three Labs were all one year old when they came here. Just think of people who might get them, get a poodle, and go to making those expensive mixes? This also goes back to what I wrote earlier about the rescues who are in it for profit. And, the folks who know how to work the system to get those dogs. On that note, I know of a Scottie rescue person who takes in dogs and does breed them. She even bragged that she gave the owner $100 for the papers. I know of another who takes money for rescues and helps support her own kennel with the money. Folks, there are a lot of crooks out there.
 

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Wow I always though that all rescues adn shelters spayed and neutered, I adopted a puppy once and they neutred him at like 6 or 7 weeks old, which never seemed like a good idea to me but I dont know, becuase it was policy that they had to neuter the pets.
 

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Originally posted by Lani+Jun 2 2005, 10:04 PM-->
Originally posted by [email protected] 2 2005, 08:01 PM
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Who are you talking to?
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mee

i'm talking to mee.
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sammy....lol

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my SM new name is Sammy/samantha...silly Sal (puppylucy) gave me the name


i'll proably do lots of rescuing or fostering once i get my own house and graduate and get a job..right now im such a bum poor student


until then, i'll just be ugly like Sal says
 

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Its really hard to find an apartment to rent that allows pets (I spent the whole day calling around looking for a place for my husband for next year). Its probably even harder if you have more than one dog. Its certainly a concern when considering adopting a rescue (who may also have a tendency to bark).
 

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Originally posted by okw@Jun 3 2005, 01:54 AM
Its really hard to find an apartment to rent that allows pets (I spent the whole day calling around looking for a place for my husband for next year).  Its probably even harder if you have more than one dog.  Its certainly a concern when considering adopting a rescue (who may also have a tendency to bark). 

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yup, thats why i cant move out of this house that im living right now, the house isnt perfect, but the landlord is my friend and he didnt even ask for a pet deposit, not even a deposit for my rent either..and he doesnt care how many dogs i have (he doesnt care that Taco is here either)

i tried looking for places that allows pets but nothing fits my budget either
 

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Originally posted by mee+Jun 3 2005, 12:02 AM-->
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Its really hard to find an apartment to rent that allows pets (I spent the whole day calling around looking for a place for my husband for next year).  Its probably even harder if you have more than one dog.  Its certainly a concern when considering adopting a rescue (who may also have a tendency to bark). 

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yup, thats why i cant move out of this house that im living right now, the house isnt perfect, but the landlord is my friend and he didnt even ask for a pet deposit, not even a deposit for my rent either..and he doesnt care how many dogs i have (he doesnt care that Taco is here either)

i tried looking for places that allows pets but nothing fits my budget either

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Mee,

What part of Pasadena are you living in? Its great that you didn't have to pay deposit/pet fee. Those can really add up. The place where we are now living (but soon moving out of) has a $500 pet deposit fee and $25 monthly fee. And the fee doubles for 2 pets!!
 

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Originally posted by okw@Jun 3 2005, 02:05 AM
What part of Pasadena are you living in?  Its great that you didn't have to pay deposit/pet fee.  Those can really add up.  The place where we are now living (but soon moving out of) has a $500 pet deposit fee and $25 monthly fee.  And the fee doubles for 2 pets!!
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wow, ur place is expensive!! and a $500 pet deposit??!~~! thats a lot!!!! yeah $25 each month can add up a lot

i live 1 mile from the rosebowl in a residential area, not the best neighborhood but still, kinda quiet and safe..yeah im afraid to pay for a petdeposit and a monthly fee if i move out of this house


will u be taking Miko with u when u move back to TN?
 

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Originally posted by mee+Jun 3 2005, 12:26 AM-->
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What part of Pasadena are you living in?  Its great that you didn't have to pay deposit/pet fee.  Those can really add up.  The place where we are now living (but soon moving out of) has a $500 pet deposit fee and $25 monthly fee.  And the fee doubles for 2 pets!!
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wow, ur place is expensive!! and a $500 pet deposit??!~~! thats a lot!!!! yeah $25 each month can add up a lot

i live 1 mile from the rosebowl in a residential area, not the best neighborhood but still, kinda quiet and safe..yeah im afraid to pay for a petdeposit and a monthly fee if i move out of this house


will u be taking Miko with u when u move back to TN?
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Yes! Miko is definitely coming with us. I am taking over a place to rent from one of my classmates who graduated in May. So I don't have to pay a deposit and pet fee is only $10!! Later on in the year I will be doing a bunch of electives at UCLA and I am not sure if I will be able to find a pet friendly place so Miko may be living with his Daddy (my husband) in Santa Barbara but I would see them at least every weekend.
Thanks for asking!!

PS. I love the new picture of Jong-ee!!! She is adorable!
 
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