Here are a few ads and they just drive me crazy.
Here's a "pure bread" chocolate lab. She's 2, not spayed and according to the current owners is an "Old Soul". I'm not going to get into that one ...
Ok, seriously? This person has 3 kids and has decided the family doesn't have time for 2 dogs. Why?
Why can't the 3 kids help out? I'm sure your kids could each spend 30 minutes a day with the dogs - and hey, guess what? If you couple that with the 30 minutes each of the adult owners could spend with the dog, then that's TONS! Why, that's 2.5 hours a day of one-on-one time each ... that's more than most dogs get.
What are you teaching your kids? Disposable pets. We don't want them so we find an excuse to get rid of them. Or perhaps you're just teaching them how to be lazy, self-righteous asshats - because it's "better" for the dogs to get rid of them.
Here's a "Full Bread" Bichon. So first of all, I don't think this guy would be a multigrain variety if it really is a Bichon - maybe more like that white whole wheat bread they have out now - you know, the one that is whole wheat but looks and tastes just like white bread?
Come on buddy, couldn't you write more than two lines about the dog you've had for ... how many years? This poor little guy is 13 years old and the owners have decided they don't have time to "love it enough".
Honestly, your old 13 year old Bichon does NOT "want a new home". He in fact really just wants to laze around in the home of the people who love him and just be.
Good grief. That is the most common (and in my opinion, WORST) excuse to get rid of your senior dog. Do you REALLY think your old dog wants to be up-rooted and thrust into a new home, new routine with new people who smell and sound funny?
Why are people so afraid to keep their dog until it is time to euthanize it? It's one of the worst things you could do is get rid of your dog so you don't have to take it for that last vet trip.
*headdesk headdesk headdesk*