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Can Bouviers adapt to a new home without painfull memories? - 03/27/2012
I have 2 beautifull Bouviers, almost 3, had them since baby time. They are like my kids and follows my every move. I love them with my life!
We are relocating to Mongolia and it is just not possible to take them with. Consider to put them down, to take the pain on me and se them free with no future worries.
My husband prefers that we get them a good home.
Will they adapt, won't they feel abandant and lost?
How do you drop your babies off at new people and walk away?

Replied - 03/29/2012
Hi:  I hear what you are saying.  I have 2 Great Pyrenees.  Am looking for a Bouvier.  Dog's adapt quite quickly.  It's us humans that have the hard time and guilty feelings.  They still have a lot of life left in them, please for the animals sake adopt them out but keep them together.  Not to offend you but I would not go to Mongolia if I had a dog until the dog passed.  I bought my house on 2 acres for my dogs not me.  Once they pass I will sell and move into the city and not have so much land.  I rescued one and the other was offered as they wanted the dog to go to a good home.  As the land is for the dogs.  Are they good with other animals.  Do they need a fenced yard.  These are the things you should also consider when hopefully you do put them up for adoption or find a good safe home for them.  Contact me if you like.

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