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Posted by: nuknukas 12.Oct.2009, 01:06 AM

Hey, anyone could give for a present/gift to me a nice dog? smile.gif

Posted by: Furu 12.Oct.2009, 01:11 AM

Sorry I corrected your title because it sounded like you wanted to give a dog.

Posted by: Gwrhyr 12.Oct.2009, 01:25 AM

I say this here: my pet is in the djursjukhus because of a horrible sickness, and she will survive, but I feel for her so much, and I'm so glad that she will survive, and I hope that you, Nuknukas will be able to receive a pet with which you can show love and responsibility.

Posted by: nuknukas 12.Oct.2009, 01:52 AM

pet is similair to human being. you must love and take care of him. i think im ready to do that

Posted by: nuknukas 12.Oct.2009, 05:31 PM

au au where are you? biggrin.gif

Posted by: Monark540 12.Oct.2009, 05:46 PM

Not sure what the adoption criteria are, but here is a site for rescued dogs:

There are English language pages on the website.

Posted by: JulesA 12.Oct.2009, 05:50 PM

Go the right route and make sure you can cope with your dog. I have 3 and am home all day and its tough! Few dog walkers/carers here and if you live in town and have a life it has to be a decision based sensibly and wisely. Don't think anyone will "give" you their dog as caring owners need guarantees you have the capabilities to look after and maintain your dog ALWAYS. Boarding kennels are few and far between too and are very expensive. No surprises there of course :-((

Posted by: Plowbridge 12.Oct.2009, 05:53 PM

Here you go. Come and pick him up if you like. His name is softy.

Posted by: kaze 12.Oct.2009, 07:07 PM

Wise man say many dog bring many happy. Many dog bring great happy for gift of dog bring fortune.

Posted by: Renfeh Hguh 12.Oct.2009, 07:32 PM

I'm sure Jack Sprat could give you one of his girlfriends laugh.gif

Posted by: jack sprat 12.Oct.2009, 08:19 PM

Have a couple of Swedish ones would make excellent bodyguards.
Much better than any pit-bull... laugh.gif

Posted by: byke 12.Oct.2009, 08:27 PM

Try here.

Posted by: Osk 13.Oct.2009, 07:50 AM

Why do you want one as a gift?

Posted by: OMaHTLD 13.Oct.2009, 09:43 AM

Because they go well in a stir fry of course!

Posted by: Princess P 13.Oct.2009, 11:21 AM

QUOTE (Monark540 @ 12.Oct.2009, 06:46 PM) *
Not sure what the adoption criteria are, but here is a site for rescued dogs:

There are English language pages on the website.

Did you read that? They aren't homing Sweden's rescued dogs, apparantly Sweden doesn't have any. They are rehoming Irish pikey dogs. laugh.gif

Posted by: DaveN 13.Oct.2009, 06:52 PM

That's a strange outfit. Reading their site, it looks like if you're in ireland and don't want your dog, then get it vet checked, get a passport, and deliver it to their shipping people at the airport. When it gets here, the new owner picks it up at the airport, gives it some water, then takeit home to let it settle in.

I usually give my old dogs to friends and family. They're always well behaved and have had a good working life hunting pheasants and rabbits. But when they get to about 8 or 9 I usually move them on to make way for fresh young stock. Ha, I do the same with women!

Posted by: CTIDinÃ…rsta 13.Oct.2009, 07:18 PM

Doesn't seem very environmentally friendly to ship dogs from all over Europe to Sweden.
They also come from e.g.

Can't they adapt and export cutting edge Swedish technology instead and use them to heat peoples homes?

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