A friend of a friend found a puppy on the side of the highway last december, and we took him in, ready to give him love. We also thought he'd be a small-medium sized breed (we have a toddler and a small apartment with no yard). Now, he is a huge german shepherd that is very loving, but impossible to train and terrifies my son because the dog (Duke) is so large. He knocks my son to the floor (trying to play), and nips. Now my son is so terrified he sprints to the couch and refuses to come off of it when Duke is out of his crate. Potty training my kid is impossible with this happening. The back patio used to be Dukes relaxing spot, when he gets particularly annoying and I don't want to trap him in his crate, but in a moment of boredom he chewed the wires connecting the air conditioning to the house (we live in california) so the patio is no longer an option. He is scheduled to go to a no-kill shelter.. right choice?
Answer by jewels922 at 9:04 PM on Apr. 23, 2009
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YES IT'S THE RIGHT THING TO DO! YOUR CHILD COMES FIRST BEFORE ANY PET! THE GULIT TO WILL SOON PASS.
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