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RE: Re: Immortality & puppies

You have got to be kidding.... what is this world coming too....


> I took a few of the pups outside since it was so nice and warm.  I
have to
> be careful taking them out, not only from the standpoint of stings and
> bites
> and poison flora, but because there have been whole litters stolen
> their homes!!!  UGH!  I'm not normally paranoid about such things, but
> Izzie's breeder came home to find some of her pets had been stolen.
> Luckily
> a neighbor knew who had been their in her absence and they tracked the
> person just in time to prevent their sweet ones from being sold off to
> unknown buyers.  We really try to screen who will be in contact with
> the adult dogs and the puppies and I don't think I could stand it if
> were suddenly taken from Bill & me.  It makes me feel like I'm in 101
> Dalmations, for goodness sakes.
> Blessings,
> Bonnie

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