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Post by Harry on Fri Mar 19, 2010 9:40 pm

slattery9104 wrote:Really they have to be 21? I'm only 18 so that means i'll have to buy a dog then as i'm too young to adopt :-( i'l just adopt one wen i turn 21 nd have two beautiful pitbulls :-) lol

I was shocked at that 2, 7 years for me then....
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Post by slattery9104 on Fri Mar 19, 2010 10:23 pm

yeah i'm not gona wait i'l buy a pup wen i find a decent breeder and i'l adopt then wen i'm 21 :-)
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Post by Guest on Fri Mar 19, 2010 10:52 pm

well guys if your parents are cool maybe they would apply on your behalf, but it is also a 150 euro's which includes worming microchipping nutering which is not good if you want to breed but this is the regulations that dogs in distress go by.
sorry for ruining your hopes Sad
hope you get your dogs and look forward to seeing them.

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Post by slattery9104 on Fri Mar 19, 2010 10:55 pm

yeah my parents would let me get one but where i live its just too much hastle all the nebourghs would be complainin as every single one of them are ignorant and think pitbulls are killing machines thats why i'm going to get one soon when i move out.
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Post by Harry on Fri Mar 19, 2010 10:57 pm

geordie wrote:well guys if your parents are cool maybe they would apply on your behalf, but it is also a 150 euro's which includes worming microchipping nutering which is not good if you want to breed but this is the regulations that dogs in distress go by.
sorry for ruining your hopes Sad
hope you get your dogs and look forward to seeing them.

I wasn't really looking at actually adopting the dog, was just surprised you had to be 18, as i'll be finished my leaving when im 17 and going to collage, and would have to get a pup (Which I would prob do anyway)
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Post by Harry on Fri Mar 19, 2010 10:58 pm

geordie wrote:well guys if your parents are cool maybe they would apply on your behalf, but it is also a 150 euro's which includes worming microchipping nutering which is not good if you want to breed but this is the regulations that dogs in distress go by.
sorry for ruining your hopes Sad
hope you get your dogs and look forward to seeing them.

I wasn't really looking at actually adopting the dog, was just surprised you had to be 18, as i'll be finished my leaving when im 17 and going to collage, and would have to get a pup (Which I would prob do anyway)
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Post by celticpitbulls on Fri Mar 19, 2010 11:03 pm

geordie wrote:well guys if your parents are cool maybe they would apply on your behalf, but it is also a 150 euro's which includes worming microchipping nutering which is not good if you want to breed but this is the regulations that dogs in distress go by.
sorry for ruining your hopes Sad
hope you get your dogs and look forward to seeing them.

the reson for dogs in distress nutering dogs is because of the problems in pounds and shelters etc, and if they dont whats the point in rescue as it would be useless to give a dog out that has being saved just to let it breed again and their back to square 1.

i say cut out the back yard breeders dont buy and try help pick up the peaces they leave behind every time they breed and their dogs and pups end up in pounds and shelters
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Post by celticpitbulls on Fri Mar 19, 2010 11:07 pm

GoldenBoy wrote:
geordie wrote:well guys if your parents are cool maybe they would apply on your behalf, but it is also a 150 euro's which includes worming microchipping nutering which is not good if you want to breed but this is the regulations that dogs in distress go by.
sorry for ruining your hopes Sad
hope you get your dogs and look forward to seeing them.

I wasn't really looking at actually adopting the dog, was just surprised you had to be 18, as i'll be finished my leaving when im 17 and going to collage, and would have to get a pup (Which I would prob do anyway)

the age is 16 to own a restricted breed..
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Post by Guest on Fri Mar 19, 2010 11:08 pm

celticpitbulls wrote:
geordie wrote:well guys if your parents are cool maybe they would apply on your behalf, but it is also a 150 euro's which includes worming microchipping nutering which is not good if you want to breed but this is the regulations that dogs in distress go by.
sorry for ruining your hopes Sad
hope you get your dogs and look forward to seeing them.

the reson for dogs in distress nutering dogs is because of the problems in pounds and shelters etc, and if they dont whats the point in rescue as it would be useless to give a dog out that has being saved just to let it breed again and their back to square 1.

i say cut out the back yard breeders dont buy and try help pick up the peaces they leave behind every time they breed and their dogs and pups end up in pounds and shelters
yes very good reason as i know i have fostered 12 pups in the last 7 months and that only the ones i had, not counting the one other fosterers had, one of our pups was thrown out of a moving car. thankfully puppy is fine.

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Post by Harry on Fri Mar 19, 2010 11:12 pm

celticpitbulls wrote:
GoldenBoy wrote:
geordie wrote:well guys if your parents are cool maybe they would apply on your behalf, but it is also a 150 euro's which includes worming microchipping nutering which is not good if you want to breed but this is the regulations that dogs in distress go by.
sorry for ruining your hopes Sad
hope you get your dogs and look forward to seeing them.

I wasn't really looking at actually adopting the dog, was just surprised you had to be 18, as i'll be finished my leaving when im 17 and going to collage, and would have to get a pup (Which I would prob do anyway)

the age is 16 to own a restricted breed..

Yes, but this rescue place don't let dogs be adopted till your 21, which I think is Stupid.

BTW- Geordie is it the same for all breeds?
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Post by Guest on Fri Mar 19, 2010 11:14 pm

GoldenBoy wrote:
celticpitbulls wrote:
GoldenBoy wrote:
geordie wrote:well guys if your parents are cool maybe they would apply on your behalf, but it is also a 150 euro's which includes worming microchipping nutering which is not good if you want to breed but this is the regulations that dogs in distress go by.
sorry for ruining your hopes Sad
hope you get your dogs and look forward to seeing them.

I wasn't really looking at actually adopting the dog, was just surprised you had to be 18, as i'll be finished my leaving when im 17 and going to collage, and would have to get a pup (Which I would prob do anyway)

the age is 16 to own a restricted breed..

Yes, but this rescue place don't let dogs be adopted till your 21, which I think is Stupid.

BTW- Geordie is it the same for all breeds?
yes honey same for all types of breeds and we get them all, i recently fostered a glen of emaal which is rare as they are a dying breed as well. beautiful strong dog.


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Post by Harry on Fri Mar 19, 2010 11:16 pm

Is it just me or is there nothing in the post above /\-/\-/\-/\
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Post by slattery9104 on Fri Mar 19, 2010 11:18 pm

yeah lol heres the message

Yes, but this rescue place don't let dogs be adopted till your 21, which I think is Stupid. yes honey same for all breeds, and we get so many different types.

BTW- Geordie is it the same for all breeds?
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Post by Harry on Fri Mar 19, 2010 11:21 pm

slattery9104 wrote:yeah lol heres the message

Yes, but this rescue place don't let dogs be adopted till your 21, which I think is Stupid. yes honey same for all breeds, and we get so many different types.

BTW- Geordie is it the same for all breeds?

Lol thats what I wrote, but its edited now.
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Post by Guest on Fri Mar 19, 2010 11:22 pm

sorry guys that was my fault :)

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Post by Harry on Fri Mar 19, 2010 11:24 pm

geordie wrote:sorry guys that was my fault :)

That is unaceptable, you will be suspended from this forum for 3months, in 10, 9, 8, 7,

Haha just joking.
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Post by Guest on Fri Mar 19, 2010 11:26 pm

Laughing shocking but this happens when you get to my age lol

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