I don't think anyone needs to have a dog if it is always penned up. Our dog did used to run and therefore we got a wireless fence for him and he did not run any more. We now live out of town away from people like you. Understand your facts before you speak. Yes I am still looking for my dog and I would really like to have him back. FYI he still has his wireless fence his battery must have been dead.
[This message has been edited by TaraP (1/25/2013)]
Well, Becky, I too was going on information (deceptive as it turns out..)provided by korky when you jumped down my throat for not knowing what I was talking about ~ so being the mature adult I'm NOT, I just couldn't resist a Back-At-Ya.
I hope Newt is found soon. This is the time of year when pet owners really need to be watchful.The wild animal such as coyotes are on the prowl and our domestic pets are very vulnerable. I noticed yesterday the prairie dogs have begun mating. This means the rapters such as Owls and eagles are mating also Cats and small dogs are especially vulnerable.
We have lot of vacant lots near here with a plethora of prarie dog towns. Yesterday was sunny , nearly 65, and the prairie dogs were out of their holes and it was fairly obvious they were procreating (not in the " classic missionary" style). I'll leave the rest to your imagination.
Has Newt been found yet, if not let's work hard on finding him and let's work hard on finding the other two lost dog, the male Bassett Hound Wrangler around mile marker 31 on the Baker Highway and D-Low the Red/Orange Lab Pitbull lost on the Miles City side of the Kinsey Bridge/Matthews Recreation Area, the weather is so cold. Hope these dogs are found soon.