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*Pauline*
2nd August 2008, 01:21 AM
This little boy is beautiful. Here's his sad story, poor fella.
You'll need to scroll down for this one.
http://www.freewebs.com/manytearsrescue/dogslookingforhomes.htm

01-08-08 This is Blithe - he is 8 weeks old and a pedigree cav. He has a broken leg and his owner and breeder did not want to pay for it to be mended so we have him here. He will have to go to a specialist and our nearest one is near Bulith Wells in Wales. If you live near there and are one of our approved fosterers and want to foster Blithe please let Kevin know or if you have a kind specialist who will help please let us know. Apart from the break he is a perfect baby.

BLITHE WILL NOT BE READY TO GO TO A NEW HOME FOR A WHILE. HE WILL BE MOVING INTO A FOSTER HOME AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

Scroll down a little further for these two.

This girl is cute looking.

01-08-08 Even is a dear little 4 year old cav she is an ex breeding bitch. She is as beautiful as you find. She has not lived in a home so has no lead skills or knowledge of home life.

So is this one.

01-08-08 Early is a 5 1/2 year old ex breeding cav. She is very sweet, but not used to living in a house, she will need a second dog to help her learn . She will make a lovely pet, and certainly she has a great nature.

Aileen
2nd August 2008, 12:56 PM
he is beautiful
--Aileen and the gang (Barney---Jazzie---Sam)

Louise1823
2nd August 2008, 01:24 PM
He has a broken leg and his owner and breeder did not want to pay for it to be mended so we have him here.

:sl*p: that is unreal - how could you just not want to pay to have his leg mended?? so annoying....

Hopefully the poor little guy will find a loving new home soon :xfngr:

Elaine 2
2nd August 2008, 11:26 PM
so sad, poor baby
someone on here was going to buy a puppy a few weeks ago and his leg was broken and they didn't know if to get him l wonder if it's the same puppy

*Pauline*
2nd August 2008, 11:47 PM
so sad, poor baby
someone on here was going to buy a puppy a few weeks ago and his leg was broken and they didn't know if to get him l wonder if it's the same puppy

Oh yes, I forgot about that. Can you imagine the breeder not wanting to get the leg fixed. That must mean they left it for a while still broken.

misty
3rd August 2008, 07:08 PM
To be brutally honest, yes I can understand the breeder not getting his broken leg fixed :(.
Although of course it is terrible.

Imagine being a breeder with maybe 100 - 150 breeding bitches. Imagine the no. of puppies bred each year from just that one breeding establishment. Imagine a 'faulty' puppy. Just faulty stock to such a 'breeder'; unsellable. Pup was lucky enough to have been bred in an establishment that hands its unwanted dogs on.

Puppy farming is just a business. The dogs are just farm stock to these people. To us they mean the world, but not to everyone :( :(.

Sorry if this sounds harsh.

*Pauline*
3rd August 2008, 07:23 PM
Well yes, that's just the point, it must have been a puppy farmer to do this.

ice-cavi
4th August 2008, 10:30 AM
Is there any news about the poor pup ?:xfngr:

leesanlucie
4th August 2008, 12:12 PM
Fingers crossed the puppy gets some treatment for the leg and a forever home soon.
I cannot understand nobody wanting to help the wee soul! You wouldnt leave a child like that....so why a pup that relies totally on people around them....it just makes me so angry.....:mad:

redhare
4th August 2008, 04:00 PM
Elaine 2, different pup. I'm the one who posted and am in US....So sad this happened to another puppy.

Hopefully this little guy gets some help and a wonderful forever family!