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May And Patch Deemed Vicious

by Barbara
(CA/NY)

May is Patch's mother. They are 9 and 8 years old. After all these years the dogs have been banned from the Thousand Island Park, NY community. They are deemed vicious by the neighbors. I can't write the story in this space. Is this an Aussie problem?

It's hard to not be able to go to our retirement home without our dogs from May - Sept.

What can we do? Boarding is soooo expensive $$$! Aussie Rescue? Put them down?

Please help us with a creative solutions!

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May and Patch
by: Anonymous

From my experience many aussies can be very excited and people tend to deem then the type of dog they need to be overly cautious with in communities if not trained extremely well. I would suggest an Aussie rescue or try and find a nice home where someone would be willing to board them from may to sept. (?) at a very reasonable cost.. I know in my neck of the woods there are some ranches that take on stray dogs or abandoned dogs through the aspca like this.. don't give up on them and put them done, please! Best of luck!!

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