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Wanted--Good home for Dog

danny berg

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Need to find a good home for a dog that was “ LIBERATED FROM AN ABUSIVE HOME”, This dog is a Chocolate lab mix about 2 years old. The dog was liberated from somebody who didn’t have any business with a dog. Instead of teaching the dog to not chase and kill chickens, they shot it in the leg, instead of taking it to a vet to neuter it, they used the castration ring used for pigs.. I am fairly sure they beat the dog silly also. I have had this dog in my home for three weeks now, and when yelling at my dog for being obnoxious, this dog ran and hid under the bed thinking it was going to get beat. It took three days for this dog to warm up to me now I can’t keep him out of my lap. The dog is not house trained, and it has never been on a leash. (he has chewed up 2 collars and 5 leashes). Whenever I put him on a leash he seems to lock up. He seems to get along with my dog ok, although I have noticed a couple of scars on both dogs that I didn’t see a couple of days ago.
I really don’t think this dog will work for hunting, but you never know. I am more inclined thinking that this dog would be more of a pet for a family in the country .If I had more time to devote to another dog I would probably keep this dog for myself, but just don't have the time for another dog.
If you would like this dog or know of a better home for it I can be contacted @ 952-955-3669 or e-mail me @ [email protected]

By the way the dog’s name is Scoobey like the cartoon dog

Thank You


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Hey Danny,

I WISH these dogs that are abused so badly had the sense of retribution, and NOT the HUGE HEART they ALL so fantastically GIVE to all human beings... even after such deplorable treatments some #%&@##$$ dog owners inflict to them!!
These people are cold-hearted, low-life, spineless bird-brains!! They deserve many times WORSE treatment than they inflict to such helpless and loving animals as 99% of dogs really are.
As for "beating the dog silly" as you stated, this IS the very LEAST treatment I'd DO to the owner if I caught someone treating a dog as you say this dog you have there has been treated. And at 6'6" and 260 lbs. ... after I got done, better bet they'd know what the poor animal felt like!!

This IS a SAD but sorry to say truthful story TOO OFTEN HEARD!!


"Leave NO Trace"

[This message has been edited by LUND-MAN (edited 03-27-2003).]

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That is why he was "Liberated". Haven't found a home yet but had a call this morning from a friend in Iowa, might have a home on a farm down there. Will find out later today. As far as the guy who owned the dog, my sister said he doesn't even know the dog is missing....or he doesn't care.


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"the guy doesn't even know the dog is missing" Exactly the same situation I was in when I was in college. My roomate's girlfriend was watching this dog for a guy and brought him to our house for the night. After watching the dog for a night it was obvious that he was abused, underweight and very skiddish. When the guy got back into town he called and said he was going to come and get the dog, we said no way! He wanted a check for 200.00 that he had just put into vet bills. We sent the check (a lot for two poor college guys) and have had a lifelong buddy. My friend still has the dog, a little wierd still but one of the best dogs you would ever want. Its a great thing you did taking that dog, some people have no business owning another living thing, let alone one that needs as much love and attention as a dog. Hope everything works out for you and the pooch.

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Iowa taker fell thru, wife wanted, husband didn't..
still looking for home

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