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Craigslist puppies

I was thinking about buying a puppy from this craigslist ad I saw over the weekend. Considering I'm at work most of the day, is it alright to simply fill up a dish with puppy food and leave it in the bathroom with the puppy? I would close the door because I don't want it urinating or defecating all over the floor of my flat (because then I would have to clean it up and it may do permanent damage).
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Old 19.01.2011, 13:45
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Re: Craigslist puppies

....Is your 'groan' count a bit low mate???

Come on, if you are going to stir up trouble, you have to be a bit more creative than that.
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Re: Craigslist puppies

Good to know, people read other sections of craigslist as well.

To answere your question, this is not at all right to lock the poor puppy day long in a small bathroom.
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Old 19.01.2011, 13:48
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Re: Craigslist puppies

I am guessing this should go on jokes/funnies and wait until April 1st?

BTW no it is not good for EITHER dog OR cat
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Make sure you knock and wait, when you get home - just in case...



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Old 19.01.2011, 14:26
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Re: Craigslist puppies

If you want to take the piss out of the dog owners, at least do it with humour and style.

Terribly disappointed in you, scrambled.
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I was thinking about buying a puppy from this craigslist ad I saw over the weekend. Considering I'm at work most of the day, is it alright to simply fill up a dish with puppy food and leave it in the bathroom with the puppy? I would close the door because I don't want it urinating or defecating all over the floor of my flat (because then I would have to clean it up and it may do permanent damage).
Better is to do it in the kitchen but please explain the puppy how the microwave works because most puppies don't like cold food.
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