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Old November 28th, 2011, 09:00 AM
BenMax BenMax is offline
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I don't think anyone said an automatic 'no'. I think people are saying to be very cautious about this decision.
Absolutely a stunning looking animal no doubt. In saying this, I am very curious to know if there are rescue groups for these types of dogs/wolf (I don't even know what to call this).
My question is why would we breed this as a companion animal? Is there not enough dogs in this society to appease people?
What a horrible trend this can turn into. Consumers go on the looks of an animal and this looks very attractive. I hope these types of breeders are very very picky about where they go.
I guess since I work in rescue I think about the 'what ifs' and the 'no longer wanting'. What happens then? What is the sterlization policies of such a breeder?
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