Canine control

Discussion in 'Living in Cancun' started by CancunCanuck, Sep 3, 2007.

  1. Steve

    Steve Administrator Owner

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    Not one to play devils advocate here, but do I have it right that the dog was able to escape the confines of the owners property, and that the owner left it outside all day while away?

    I've never had a dog and probably never will but I'm not sure this falls in the "well looked after" category in my book.

    Sorry!
     
  2. Elizabeth

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    Yes you are correct Steve. The dog basically runs free and the owners let Huesos do as she pleases within the SM. I don't necessarily agree with this. I love my pup so much that there is no damn way I would just leave him out all day and all night. The owners should really step it up and build a fence so that she's safe.

    However, I don't think it's right to drag off a well taken care of dog by the neck either. Especially when people are asking them to stop and telling them that Huesos has owners.

    Two wrongs don't make a right so hopefully Huesos will have a safe place to play all day.
     
  3. CancunNurse

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    Boy, Kelly, this was a heart-wrenching story that sounds like it has a happy ending. I could never imagine someone dragging my dog off by it's neck! We just adopted 3 "local" puppies and if they ever tried to drag them off, the New York would definately come out in me!!!!!!!! You really have a good heart! Go gettum girl!
     
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    Nancy - Good job, taking in 3 stray and unwanted dogs is quite a thing to do!! I'm very proud of you!!!
     
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