A hearty "Howdy!" from Bugler's owner!
Just exploring this neat, relaxing area of the WWW.
And, so far, I love it! Soo glad I found this.
Bugler's been a bit of a "bumble bust" as my Nanny would say.
He's dug a hole (tearing a claw), took off through the bushes (almost getting fleas), got into a bit of a disagreement with another dog, and (?) ripped someone's clothes?!
He's been one big, lovable handful, and I wouldn't miss a minute.
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You all have a blessed day.
A little about me:
Growing up in rural, Sharp County, Arkansas (USA), I had a lot of experience with abandoned animals.
We lived down a gravel road, and the nearest neighbor was miles away.
When my brother and I would go on our adventures, we often came across kittens & puppies (in particular) who had been abandoned, just "dropped off".
We often thought they were the left-overs of some breeder's litter that didn't sell, etc.
(Case in point: Puppies that were dropped off before they'd weaned were almost always cross breeds, and those dropped off after weaning age were usually breed dogs.)
The elements, malnutrition, and parasites were almost always a part of this.
We also had wild dog packs in our area. So, in addition to encountering animals which had succumbed to some or all of the above, we also were exposed to the sight of animals that had been mauled to death by either the packs or another wild animal!
"Horrible" is a word that doesn't do such a sight justice.
Please, spend that little bit of gas and take the time to drop the animals off in the nearest shelter's cage. As a "hill girl" I can tell you that domesticated animals stand no chance of survival (especially in the woods) most especially when they are young and/or have not even reached the weaning age.
FYI: Just a note regarding my dog handler position:
So that I don't spend a small fortune in treats, each kennel dog that I visit will receive
a treat of sausage (if their strength is below 10%) and chicken breast (if their mood is below 5%) one each
(as it's not my responsibility consistently maintain your dog's levels).
So, if you happen to notice that other dogs I've visited have received a treat whereas yours has not,
please know that your dog is not being slighted.
Each kennel dog will receive their daily (real life) visit, approach, "quick look" & "take care of".
This will be up to the amount/# of times allowed by the game without a "Start New Day" being chosen by you, the owner.
(In other words, if you have not chosen "Start New Day" since my last visit (or several visits), it WILL appear differently.)