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Hunting Dogs
« on: September 19, 2007 »
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  • Well the season is upon us again where the hunters go out shooting for rabbits with 20 or so dogs in tow just to leave them behind to fend for themselves & I being an animal loverdeteste these bastards.
    Have seen 2 now roaming the streets pure skin & bone & I swear i'm nearly crying.
    I don't know who to call as the last time I took a dog to the police station which I found RIGHT IN FRONT OF! I was told to put it back on the streets.
    and before any of you think to say well why don't you take them in yorself beleive me i have done over & over got my hands full now.
    Freinds of the animals since Dodi left has fallen by the wayside.
    Help please.


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    « Reply #1 on: September 20, 2007 »
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    they'll be pleased to help


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    « Reply #2 on: September 20, 2007 »
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  • They are nice dogs if you have land, however they are certainly not house dogs..... believe me!!!  ( well, if you cherish your home and furniture they'b4re not ) 

    Sadly, K9 always seems to be full to capacity.   I know of a place just off the Adeje roundabout, opposite where you dump washing machines etc etc, and they take dogs in, usually with a list of people who are looking for a specific type of dog.  Afraid I dont know the name of the place, hope this helps


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    « Reply #3 on: September 21, 2007 »
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  • i totally agree with you blue, as i too love my dog. all the money i raise now, i send to judith nobel. if you contact me i will give you her tel number if you dont already have it. i rang her a few weeks ago over a dog in santiago, she was more than willing to help, but i tried my best to catch it but it ran away. the police should do more......... heavy fines and then give the money to help look after these animals. before anyone replies i to have a dog who was from the streets, couldnt take another cos shes a handfull, but i wouldnt change her. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK JUDITH