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Old 10-14-2005, 03:30 PM
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I haven't been on in a long time and I'm not sure if anyone remembers me or chief. Chief was my Giant Schnauzer that I adopted and I was having some troubles with my aunt who my parents where letting stay with us. Well chief didn't like my aunt, I think since she was mean to me, and my aunt didn't like him so I was trying to keep them seperated and most of the time it worked. well my aunt was suppose to leave a while ago but she didn't she said something about her plans falling through or something, not really sure what stupid excuse she fed to my parents and not really interested in finding out. Anyways I haven't been on cause I was staying away from my aunt and keeping chief occupied and everything was going fine. Chief was awesome! He was pig headed sometimes, but otherwise was an awesome dog I really loved him. But I screwed up and now he's dead.
One day I was outside with Chief playing with him and my dad told me him and my mom were going to the store and that they would be back in a little bit and try to be nice to my aunt (they seem to think I'm the one starting things....they think it's my age I guess) so I said fine and went back to playing outside with chief. I really loved playing with him........he would beat me in every race we ran....hehehe. We'll I went inside to get a drink and take a break from running around and things. My aunt was inside and she was just being snotty and we got into a bit of an argument and she grabbed my arm cause I was waving it around like angry jestures and I didn't even think about Chief being there and he thought she was hurting me so he growled and then grabbed her arm. It was my fault I should've remembered to bring him outside cause he is protective of me, but I didn't and my aunt freaked out and said he was a dangerous dog and her arm was bleeding and when my parents got home my aunt said he attacked her and that he was viscous and needed to be put to sleep and my parents talked and said they couldn't take the chance of him biting anyone and had him put to sleep. I told them it was my fault and that he was just protecting me but they said they couldn't take the chance.
It's my fault that he was PTS.....I don't know if I want another dog anymore. If I can't prevent things like this happening with another dog I don't want to have another dog PTS because of my mistakes. He was PTS two weeks ago and I don't have a running partner anymore, I can't play with anyone or toss a ball.

Rest In Peace Chief.
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Old 10-14-2005, 03:36 PM
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OMG Invisible. That's so awful. It's NOT your fault at all. I feel so horrible for you. Lots of hugs! I think I might cry. Poor you and that poor dog who loved you. He wouldn't blame you so don't blame yourself.

I know you may not want to hear this but I wouldn't get another dog until you move out from your parents house. It's just not the right home. You obviously loved your dog and had a good bond with him. Your parents... just didn't get it and I'm sorry about that.

And of course I remember you! You're one of my favourite 'kids'

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Old 10-14-2005, 03:45 PM
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OMG Invisible. That's so awful. It's NOT your fault at all. I feel so horrible for you. Lots of hugs! I think I might cry. Poor you and that poor dog who loved you. He wouldn't blame you so don't blame yourself.

I know you may not want to hear this but I wouldn't get another dog until you move out from your parents house. It's just not the right home. You obviously loved your dog and had a good bond with him. Your parents... just didn't get it and I'm sorry about that.

And of course I remember you! You're one of my favourite 'kids'

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Thanks saje, but it was my fault. I was warned by members here to make sure to keep Chief away from my aunt cause he obviously didn't like her and was protective of me and I just wasn't thinking at the time.

I don't think I can even think of getting another dog now, not for a long long time. Thanks a LOT saje!!
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Old 10-14-2005, 03:51 PM
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She has been there for a long time. Since June? That's a long time to be uprooted and change your routine. I really feel bad for you. It's a horrible situation. I'm so sorry you lost your dog.
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Old 10-14-2005, 03:54 PM
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She has been there for a long time. Since June? That's a long time to be uprooted and change your routine. I really feel bad for you. It's a horrible situation. I'm so sorry you lost your dog.
Yeah....it seems like she's been here forever, but I'm going to make living here a living hell for her! I don't care if I get in trouble, I don't want her living here anymoore. I'm tired of just avoiding her, I'm going to talk to my parents first, but if they won't listen I'm going to do everything in my power to make her move!
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Old 10-14-2005, 03:57 PM
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Be careful. How old are you? 17? It won't be long until you can move out. are you going to move away for college?
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Old 10-14-2005, 04:02 PM
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Be careful. How old are you? 17? It won't be long until you can move out. are you going to move away for college?
I'm 14......15 in march.......but I'm a junior cause I skipped grades and am going to college in a few years and I'm planning on going to college on the east coast.
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Old 10-14-2005, 04:05 PM
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I'll be glad to see you independent.... I'm sure you're parents love you and support you in many ways but I can't agree with that decision.
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Old 10-14-2005, 04:07 PM
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I'll be glad to see you independent.... I'm sure you're parents love you and support you in many ways but I can't agree with that decision.
They really are good people......I mean they are loving and everything, but your right....they made a horrible choice in this case!
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Old 10-14-2005, 04:09 PM
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Well, my IMs are in my profile if you ever want to talk.
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