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Man’s Best Friend, Girlfriend Tells Boyfriend ” Either The Dog Goes Or I Go”

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We all know that dog is man’s best friend, and most of human love to live with dogs cause they are loyal, good entertainers and love us unconditionally, and that is more than can be said for some humans….
The bond that we share with our pets is special; some owners love them like close family members. So the idea of being forced apart from our furry friends can be devastated.
If you asked any owner to give away his dog is almost like being asked to give away a close family member.
When this man’s girlfriend gave him an ultimatum, he had a difficult decision to make.

After dating for four years, this couple from  Roanoke, Virginia decided to move in together. But the only obstacle was Molly 4 years Beagle, the girlfriend didn’t care for her boyfriend’s  beloved man’s best friend, she demands ” Either the dog goes or I go”.
This is why he decided to write an advertisement on Craigslist, and we must admit the manner he dealt this issue is absolutely brilliant.

Never try to get in between a man and a man’s best friend!

My girlfriend des’not like my Beagle Molly. So i have to rehome her. She is a purebred from a wealthy area and I have had her 4 years. She likes to play games.Not totally trained. Has long hair, so she’s a little high maintenance, especially the nails, but she loves having them done. Stays up all night yapping but sleep while I work. Only eats the best, most expensive food. Will NEVER greet you at the door after a long day or give you unconditional love when you’re down. Does not bite but she can be mean as hell!So………. anyone interested in my 30 year old, selfish, wicked, gold-digging girlfriend? Come and get her! Me and my dog want her re-homed ASAP!

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Man's Best Friend

 



Facebook Picture Saves Dog From Being Euthanized

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Facebook Picture Saves Dog From Being Euthanized

In Sydney, Australia, a Facebook Picture Saves Dog’s life

This dog euthanasia was scheduled in a few days. People had been moved by her fate and did everything to prevent her from being put down.

The female Staffordshire Bull Terrier named Fantasia was hosted by the Renbury Farm Animal Shelter, in West Sydney. A year to a year and a half, she was unfortunately destined to be euthanized in a few days.

fortunately, people touched by her story had the idea to share a very touching picture of her on Facebook.

This photo went viral on Facebook



As we can see Fantasia (left in the photo) nicely sharing her toy with another dog.



Facebook Picture Saves Dog From Being Euthanized

The shot, taken by local photographer Jo Lyons, was accompanied by an unequivocal comment about the fate that awaited the animal if nothing was done quickly.

Fantasia needs to find a home as quickly as possible. Let’s help this brave girl with a big heart to have the dignified and sweet life she deserves before it’s too late … 

 

The purpose was to find a forever home for the dog and a collective was even created “Save Fantasia”.

One of its members, Michael Marsellos, was able to host Fantasia at his home on a temporary basis, and that was enough to prevent her from euthanasia.
She is now waiting for a loving family to be definitively adopted.

And if Fantasia is still alive today, it’s thanks to the picture posted on Facebook and the initiative launched by a group of local residents.

 

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She was used for breeding and the owner abandoned her after she was not able to give puppies anymore

If your heart does not melt when you see a rescue puppy in a shelter, you may not have one. Seeing an animal waiting and hoping to find one’s permanent family is something that affects us all one way or another, some more deeply than others. Unfortunately, many dogs come to shelters after experiencing traumatic events or being abandoned.