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Gets good news coverage as a ‘largest dog’ story but this animal... is wanted by his breeder, a highly responsibl
She has offered to pay their homing fee, she is registered
And to add injury to the insult, they intend to neuter him much too early fir a giant, slow maturing breed.
Do the right thing Dogs Trust and save some credibilit
We do not need to be patronised
But the worst part is that they are going to have him neutered this week which could cause serious health problems for him in the future as he is still very young and still growing and maturing.
It seems Dogs trust are only interested
I hope they do the right thing before it's too late.
But I will never consider donating nor using any of their 'services'
Went out & bought all the stuff. Dog bed, lead, bowls, coat etc. Still no problem. Went to collect our new family member along with my very excited 6 year old nephew only to be told we weren’t allowed to adopt the dog after all. Or any other dog for that matter....
they’re reason for this is when they checked my vets record it showed I’d not visited wiv either of my dogs for at least 4 years. Not for boosters or anything so in their eyes I was neglecting
Will not entertain dogs trust ever again. I was horrified that they’d suggest I’d neglect an animal. My nephew was so upset & I was very much out of pocket.
Do dogs trust are denying needy dogs wonderful loving homes.
Shame on them!
Yes, we did need to do multiple visits and the p...rocess of adoption was longer than we expected but if we hadn't I don't think our lovely new addition to our family would have settled in as well as she has.
Based on our experience
Continue doing the fantastic work you're doing for these wonderful dogs!!
on going to the centre, we were given the chance to walk around and see all dogs available.
we finally came across a cross breed huskie type (a puppy who could be homes with kids) GREAT we thought. . how wrong were we.
went to speak 2 hr girl but we had been passed onto onto a gentle man with very broken English who failed to answer many questions we had and kept saying that because our garden wasn't enclosed fully, we were unable to take any dog unless it was a mini dog.
we have have a huge garden, however, that is where my daughter plays and no dog would be going to the toilet where she plays. our dog would be walked accordingl
I asked what could we do in terms of fencing so that we can be reviewed again. basically nothing. a full 6ft fence around all garden areas.
The decision not to return or involve the breeders is diabolical
It is clear that Dogs Trust are in no way acting in the best interests of Opie and they should be ashamed of the way they are handling this .Do the right thing and return him to his breeders .
Dogs Trust are suppose to have the best interest for an animal, however this does not seem to be the case in this situation where a 13 month old Saint Bernard (Giant Breed) is going to be neutered, which will have terrible consequenc
Opie needs to be given back to his breeders where he will have the best care and will be looked after properly by people who have great knowledge of the breed. I am pleading to you to do the right thing for this beautiful dog and give him back to the rightful owners.
On another note if you have any experience
Shame on you dogs trust !
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Poor Opie must be returned to his breeder who has Opie' s chip registered
I'm appalled by how dogs trust have handled this situation!
Opie need to be back with them so he’s looked after correctly and to even contemplat
Please do the right thing and return him to His breeders!!