I didn’t know much about the Chess I Got The Moves Thirts, only some of the things, i didn’t know it was that bad for them. aw they don’t deserve that and my heart goes out to them and breaks knowing they still are being breeded or put in shelters non stop, when obviously this breed needs a break for these reasons, same with the overpopulation of the pitt & rotties, and so on, they all either need a break or something needs to be fixed & changed about how they go about this and what they trait and do into their breedings when it actually comes down to it, those kinds of breeders are a part of bad breeders, and they either need to stop, be educated and/or at least be careful and more logical about it, more common sense, not even necessarily intelligence, but basic common sense and human observations are all we’re at least asking for at the bare minimum.
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Honestly, if you can link me to the cavi posts you’ve done i’d read them too. i wanted to get my mom a cavi for a therapy dog for the longest time bc of Chess I Got The Moves Thirts, and i was most likely going to get from a foster parent, as it is a compromise between buying and adopting, and if i did do my research, hopefully i could have gotten the best i could have, but now seeing i would be adding to the problem by getting one, i will get her something else instead, as in that isn’t fair to my mom or cavi! so, any dog recs and legitimate, civil reasons as to why i should get that dog breed? preferably a small dog though, so it can be on her lap and comfort her, as she also prefers lap dogs anyways, and has since childhood, so any dogs you think could be suitable for her would help. probably nothing too hyper or high maintenance either as she doesn’t need that stress, she just needs something that will sit with her and be lazy, minus the possibility for major health or temperament(al) issues that could occur, especially because i was probably going to get her an adult dog (2+), so it was obviously already raised to be a certain way during it’s vital stages, and it’ll probably be too stuck in it’s ways to change, unless we get a pro to train it, instead of taking it to obedience school, and we can’t afford that at the moment.