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denisevaughan February 18th, 2005 08:03 PM

Winnipeg to Toronto
 
Looking to adopt two toy breed dogs (a grama and grandchild) in Winnipeg comming to Toronto, If anyone has any suggestions or knows anyone from that area headed this way, please post

LL1 February 20th, 2005 01:06 PM

How many dogs do you have now?

BMDLuver February 20th, 2005 02:07 PM

a question
 
Are these two dogs UTD on vaccinations? spayed? Will they be travelling loose or crated, do they come with the crate or do the transporters need to supply their own crates. What type of dogs, temperament, etc. For transportation all details are normally required.

Lizzie February 20th, 2005 03:24 PM

I'm confused...do you want to adopt two pets for youself or are you trying to adopt OUT two of your own pets?

BMDLuver February 20th, 2005 04:08 PM

location
 
[QUOTE=Lizzie]I'm confused...do you want to adopt two pets for youself or are you trying to adopt OUT two of your own pets?[/QUOTE]
Denise lives in the Greater Toronto area so she is trying to adopt I believe.

Writing4Fun February 21st, 2005 06:54 AM

Not that it's up to us to judge whether or not someone should adopt, :p but didn't Denise just adopt out one of her dogs because she felt she had too many? :confused: Or am I getting my stories mixed up now?

chico2 February 21st, 2005 07:10 AM

Reading through some of Denises earlier posts,it looks like she does indeed already have 3 dogs,but seems to be helping out others trying to find new homes for puppies/dogs :confused:
This Forum,with all the new names of animals and people,can be confusing,I often have to look back at earlier posts.

Lizzie February 21st, 2005 07:44 AM

Yeah--I am still confused about what she is asking. However by the looks of it it's not that pressing since she hasn't returned :confused:

chico2 February 21st, 2005 07:52 AM

Well Lizzie,that's the problem with the Internet,you never really know for sure,she could be a BYB,but she could also be a dog-lover trying to help unwanted animals :rolleyes: I'd like to believe the latter..

BMDLuver February 21st, 2005 08:05 AM

hmmm
 
Was waiting for a response as I might have a means of getting them where she would like, however, will not do so without all the facts, etc.. I too would like to think this is above board. No offense meant. :)

Lizzie February 21st, 2005 08:20 AM

I didn't mean to imply she was below-board :( ---I was just confused as to whether she was looking for help placing dogs or getting dogs :) Either of which can be seen as legitimate and dog-loving behaviours under certain circumstances :)

denisevaughan February 22nd, 2005 06:07 AM

[QUOTE=Writing4Fun]Not that it's up to us to judge whether or not someone should adopt, :p but didn't Denise just adopt out one of her dogs because she felt she had too many? :confused: Or am I getting my stories mixed up now?[/QUOTE]


No the dogs were not mine, I helped find homes.
Kept them with me until they could be placed in another home. Rather than go to a dog pound.
I was looking at adopting two dogs that need to stay together, that are related, however I have decided against coming from so far away. You just hear about or I should say read about so much fraud and or getting the dogs in very very poor shape. I read a lot of posts with these problems.
I did say in the first posting that they are toys very tiny and yes the lady says they have crates.

And I did not return quickly, because I had a family emergency out of town.

I hope I have answered everyones questions that were posted in this one posting.

maddoxies February 22nd, 2005 06:40 PM

My ex-niece-in-law's parents (ok, you need a program to tell the players) drive out from Winipeg to Markham Ont a couple of times a year (nice big motor home) Just in case, you never know when it might come together

denisevaughan February 22nd, 2005 08:33 PM

[QUOTE=goldengirl]My ex-niece-in-law's parents (ok, you need a program to tell the players) drive out from Winipeg to Markham Ont a couple of times a year (nice big motor home) Just in case, you never know when it might come together[/QUOTE]
That would be a real nice ride for them, I am still considering it, I am calling her vet tomorrow to do a check and a few other people she gave as a reference, I will let you know. Do you have an email address I can let you know if all checks out?


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