Skip to comments.Giving away my 2 Dogs & What God did.
Posted on 10/10/2012 7:52:18 PM PDT by destinedforheaven
Before I share the miracle God granted me recently, I feel the need to start from the beginning. For anyone who is an animal lover they will understand the very difficult decision my husband and I eventually had to make. As parents, our children come first, but when emotions and bonds are established before the kids well the choice is far from an obvious one.
My husband and I struggled for nearly 4.5 years to start a family. When we were nearing our 10 year wedding anniversary we thought maybe children might not be in our future. So we decided to adopt two Shih Tzu puppies from the same litter. Brother & sister pups were going to become part of our family just like our two cats. Growing up on a farm I was surrounded by animals all of the time.
Working from home I bonded quickly with them and doted on them like they were my own children. Within 3 months of bringing them home we discovered that we were finally pregnant. I didnt object to taking a prescribed fertility pill to increase our chances as I had never given up the dream. There was so much love in my heart to give that overjoyed was an understatement.
Everything was fine up until our daughter was 10 months old. Lydia was rough with one of the dogs hair and
snap. Shocked at what had happened we immediately gated the dogs. Emotions of fear primarily took over. Fear for our daughters safety and fear of the very real possibility of this happening again. Neither one of us wanted to send our dogs away. We didnt plan on
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don’t let any cops see them running outside, they’ll use them for target practice.
why? it is clear from experience that not all pet owners love/care for their pets as much as others owners.
Golden’s and Labs are all great. from my experiences black labs are extremely protective of children and very good with smaller kids.
Bloggers who excerpt their own material are destined for hell.
Of course. You see animals all of the time in horrible, decrepit situations, being abused.
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