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Old 04-22-2005, 03:30 PM
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Actually, Saje, that is very responsible. I feel bad for the dog, but if something happens while we are with it, I don't want her to try to stick us with anything. If it was someone I knew, it would be different, I would walk Jenny any day and I would let Liz take Brady anytime. You have a really good point, I just feel so bad for that poor dog. But who knows, maybe she takes him for one during the day.
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I didnt think of that, but I guess in this day and age you have to be careful
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Old 04-22-2005, 06:04 PM
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It's sad to say, but Saje is right in the fact that what if something happens when you're out walking the neighbors dog. I wouldn't forgive myself and who knows what the neighbor would do. Do you think the woman might want to take a walk also? It's worth a try to ask her. She might be one of those people that are shy about getting to know others.
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