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Re: golden retrieve for sell
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if he is a smaller breed dog, i will consider as my doggie's companion. but golden retriever is kinda too big for me, and my doggie. You see, I drive a kancil. How to fit him in leh?

maybe you too sayang him so he become notty lerr...

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I see...cute guy but i oredi have a doggie and he is the jealous type if i get one more for sure he will foght wif him.... he is so small again later this golden retriever step on him him he become pancake

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it's a male 1. reason of selling , actually that the golden reteriver are a kind of very active dog then he alwyas like to bikes things. then my house always got a lot of stock .. always keep bitting my house stock then always get scold by my parents... so very sad and don wan to see him always keep in the dog house then thinking of selling him to a better owner lo... of course will miss him lo, ..


That's really sad, seeing he's a young dog and with proper training, can still be taught not to bite things. It's like he's not even been given a chance.

Posted on: 2006/10/9 2:20
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I see...cute guy but i oredi have a doggie and he is the jealous type if i get one more for sure he will foght wif him.... he is so small again later this golden retriever step on him him he become pancake


hahaha, wat doggie u have? i also have a hush puppy too.. she also very jealous type always like to jealous while i play wif my golden too

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That's really sad, seeing he's a young dog and with proper training, can still be taught not to bite things. It's like he's not even been given a chance.



i train him a long time already but he still like that maybe i`m not a good trainer .. so i wan to find a better owner to him

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u selling or wang find new owner?
If free, then i probably can take good care of it.

my 14 year old German Sherpard just died last September 2006.

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May be u did not slap him hard enuf when u train him. I'm serious here. Not to say buly them, but to give them a hard memory of it that he will know what he will get if he has done what.

But may be just has some better way but just my way on the above.

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May be u did not slap him hard enuf when u train him. I'm serious here. Not to say buly them, but to give them a hard memory of it that he will know what he will get if he has done what.

But may be just has some better way but just my way on the above.


Doggies are meant to be spoiled. lol. must cuddle cuddle and sayang sayang the dog until u spoil him. lolol.

just annoy the dog by pinching the side of the head.

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*sigh* I miss having dogs. I kept around 4 or 5 last time (not simultaneously lah!) so I have *some* experience with dogs. Hahaha... I make it sound like keeping dogs is so hard like that. Hmm.. but no one's home to take care of him. Sorry, but I would love to keep this one. Heck I've wanted to keep a lot of strays!

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u selling or wang find new owner?
If free, then i probably can take good care of it.

my 14 year old German Sherpard just died last September 2006.


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