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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-17-2012, 09:51 PM Thread Starter
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How to persuade someone that you are the "right" owner?

Hi! Been a while since ive been on this site! I Finally upgraded my membership but long story short I have found the perfect companion to my baby Porsha! Porsha and I went to advanced obedience together and met this women who had a very smart male named Spike. Ive recently got a raise and became a single mom and decided to get another dobie. I found on Kijiji that there was a 2yr old male along with 2 others for sale! This other male im assuming is Spike and apparently shes selling all of them because they are moving and cant keep them. I made an offer but she hasnt written back... ive vented to my mom and come to find out she has bad blood with my mother who breeds dobermans and studded with Spike. Not sure of the whole story but i think there was a confusion on stud fee or something like that. Now she wont answer me. Ive seriously been in love with Spike since our first class together. Im asking for help on how to persuade her that we are the right family for Spike?! Ive got the experience, the time and the perfect family for him!
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I would be skeptical that the woman is looking for the "perfect" home for her dogs. She probably sold him to the highest bidder who will ouveruse his poor testicles.

How about a rescue instead? They really are looking to find the perfect home for their dogs.


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She didnt advertise "perfect " home for her dobies but im assuming that she doesnt want anything to do with me due to the bad blood she has with my mom. I dont plan on breeding him I just know that his personality fits with us. I would love to take in a foster lol im the neighborhood dog catcher/savior but i worry with having a 2 yr old daughter and any type of dog that i dont know. Since i know Spike has been raised with 3 other kids and cats im comfortable with that. I know things happen for a reason and other than begging I dont know how to persuade her that he would have a great home with us.

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I would just confront her about the dog and let her know that you want him, then ask if she has a problem that you are who you are.
If she truly cares about the dog, she should be able to overlook any ill feelings towards your mom to make sure the dog is cared for.
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