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New Home Needed XL American Bully looking for a kind home

Discussion in 'Rehoming and Adoption' started by Biswajit, Jul 25, 2021.

  1. Biswajit

    Biswajit New Member Registered

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    Hey all, I am writing this note to find you, who is kind and willing to raise my XL American Bully at there home. He was born on 7th May this year and now living together with other German Shepherd puppy at my home. Unfortunately this has to discontinue ASAP because of the possibility that they can be affected by littermate syndrome. This Puppy is beautiful, fine, friendly and absolutely you will love him. I will also give his bed, bowls, toys, food and some other stuff that I bought specifically for him. Please help me if you are able to do so. I am located at Binley area at Coventry. My post code is CV3 and my number is 07910131707. Many thanks for reading this note.
     
  2. JudyN

    JudyN Moderator Moderator Registered

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    Have you contacted the breeder to see if they would be willing to take him back? They would be in a better place to find him a safe new home. Be VERY aware of the risks of him falling in the hands of those who want to use him solely for breeding or as a bait dog. As you aren't looking to regain all the money he cost and he's still young, they could well be more than happy with this arrangement.
     
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    Biswajit New Member Registered

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    I have just left a message asking both the breeders if they are willing to take theirs back.
     
  4. Biswajit

    Biswajit New Member Registered

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    Both the breeders have denied to take their puppy back. No issues with this though. I thought I will contact RSPCA and handover one puppy to them.
     
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    Not All pups have the littermate syndrome. ...i know several people who have had pups with no problems at all ....this is so sad and may never happen with your lovely pair...
     
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    Biswajit New Member Registered

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    Give me courage and hope and ability to cope with the stress I am going through after joining the forum yesterday. I just spoke to RSPCA and they said hang on. don't take any whimsical decision. We will analyse the options together and you might be able to keep both pups!
     
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    That is great advice ....please keep us updated ....
    Dont overthink things ...your pups have been fine and will continue to do so with help and advice ....
     
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    thank you so much!
     

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