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Welcome to PetForums, the UK's most popular and friendly pet owners community. Please 'Sign Up' if you'd like to take part and contribute to our forum. Discussion in ' Dog Chat ' started by Rosie64 , Oct 23, at 9: Does any one else ever think Feb 27, Messages: That they are not the right owner for their pups that they would be better off with some one else?

I do , I think that I have been very selfish in keeping Chip, It was not my original intention but he got into my heart and I could not let him go when I should of. In my own defence my mobility was a lot better back then it has gone down hill badly since and I also had a lot of offers of help that never materialised.

It really makes me feel very down and tearful that if I had done what I set out to do , get him fit and well then find him a good home he could have had a much better life than he has here with me.

I love him deeply, he is my reason for getting up in the mornings but he should be with some one who is fit and can do things with him, take him on nice walks , run around and play with him.

Feb 12, Messages: I am sure Chip would rather be with you than in a lot of homes. He is a breed that is probably quite happy with his lot, it is not like keeping a big active dog without exercise. He is doing a very important job in looking after you and keeping you going and you did a great job keeping him going initially so just relax and enjoy him.

Unless he starts ripping your house up or barking all day I am sure he is very happy. Sairy , fernlady , lorilu and 14 others like this. Sarah H Grand Empress of the Universe. Jan 18, Messages: Don't think like that! You love Chip, you got him happy and healthy and he loves you too! You are perfect for each other and don't think otherwise. I'm sure nearly every one of us at some point thinks we don't do everything we could do for our dogs, but that's life.

Sairy , fernlady , SusieRainbow and 6 others like this. Nov 2, Messages: Sairy , fernlady , SusieRainbow and 4 others like this. Jun 25, Messages: Sairy , Sarah H , SusieRainbow and 5 others like this.

Fleur Vassal to Lilly and Ludo. Jul 19, Messages: In answer to your question I often think I'm not good enough for my dogs. But I realise they are happy and well looked after - yes there are days we dint go for a walk, there are days we just chill out on the sofa.

But they are loved, they are well cared for. They do different enrichment around the house and garden - snuffle mats , food dispensing balls, find the treat etc I'm sure Chip is more than happy with having you there nearly all the time and living a relaxed lifestyle. You literally saved his life - so without you he wouldn't be enjoying all the care he is now getting.

Sairy , Sarah H , DaisyBluebell and 8 others like this. Nov 1, Messages: For me it's clear in every one of your posts about Chip how much he is loved and in his photos he looks very much the chilled happy chappy! Walks aren't everything, there are much more important things in a dogs life and being loved and cared for is right at the top. Sairy , Sarah H , Happy Paws and 6 others like this. Jun 24, Messages: Sairy , Sarah H , Happy Paws and 3 others like this.

Animallover26 I am me. May 2, Messages: To answer your question, yes, there have been lots of times I've felt that Bungo would be better with someone else. I wonder if I was selfish in getting him knowing my physical and mental limits, plus I don't even have a private garden so he has no where he can even run free outside. It's a bad time of year where it's getting darker earlier and lots of people struggle with the shorter days etc which doesn't help thoughts like this.

Logically I know, and I'm sure you know, in our hearts of hearts that our dogs are well loved and we do our best for them, but those bad thoughts creep in and it's not easy. Just need to remind ourselves that we do more for our dogs then some, they are warm, got full bellies, and are loved Sairy , Sarah H , fernlady and 7 others like this.

Aug 11, Messages: Logan in a more capable home where transport wasnt an issue could be doing agility or flyball. Maude could be excelling at IPO or similar. But then I remind myself that their lot in life isn't bad. They're cared for, cherished, desperately loved. They're kept in good condition and rarely left alone.

And I try not to kick myself for my failings as an owner. Because I don't think I'm getting it all wrong. I'm sure chip feels similar. Sairy , Sarah H , fernlady and 4 others like this.

Thank you ALL for your lovely comments, It helps a lot to know that others do question their ownership of their pets. I have always questioned if I am doing right by Chip, In his first 3 years when he was so ill all the time with 1 serious illness after another I used to question if it was fair to keep putting him though all the treatment, was I right to keep him going , and a few times I nearly gave up on him and thought seriously about PTS because he was suffering so much.

But Chip was a fighter and every time I was told he was not going to make it he proved them all wrong and he fought for his life and I thought if he was going to fight so hard to live why should I give up on him. The day he was given an A1 clean bill of health 3 years ago , I think was 1 of the best days of my life , the problem now is that I think he is trying to make up for lost time and instead of slowing down as he gets older he is getting more active and I have had to slow down drastically.

Sunday I was doing our usual 10 min walk around the bus station I go round there because there are seats so I can sit frequently and a woman came up to me and made a fuss of Chip and said that she see's me most days walking round there do I walk him any where else. I told her not very often as I couldn't walk far and she then told me that if I couldn't give him proper exercise I shouldn't have him , that it wasn't fair on him that old people like me shouldn't be so selfish , should stop thinking of ourselves and think whats best for the dog.

Usually when people start ranting at me I give as good as I get but on this occasion I was so gobsmacked by it and it made me question if she was right. I am sorry to be waffling on here to you all, I have had a few bad days, not sleeping well so am tired , and am in pain so my thought process is not good at the moment and it is helping me to get things out and put them straight in my mind.

Thank you If you have read all this. Bugsys grandma PetForums Junior. Aug 3, Messages: Oh my good god, where do people get off thinking they can say such things to people they know nothing about!

I do wish people would mind their own bloody business. She knows nothing about you or Chip, what he and you went through to get him to this point, so she has absolutely zero right to say anything!

I'm new to the forum so don't know much about you and chip except from what I've picked up from recent posts that I've read, every picture I've seen of him he looks very happy and content and I don't think you have any reason at all to think that you guys are not just perfect for each other!

Please don't let her make you doubt yourself. There's a similar kind of woman who lives near me and has upset several local dog owners with her unkind and totally unacceptable comments about their dogs,including mine. I'm seriously hoping my son doesn't ever bump into her because she's had me in tears a couple of times and he is not happy!

I can't tell you how sorry and how angry I am that someone has made you feel this way. Perhaps we should feel sorry for her that she feels the need to make others feel bad?

Nah, I just feel she needs to mind her own and get a life! Rosie64 , Sarah H , SusieRainbow and 1 other person like this. Jul 29, Messages: Oh my goodness how rude! I think chip would choose to stay with you given the choice it looks like you have lots of fun! Jan 5, Messages: A kind and devoted owner and a warm and living home He could have ended up somewhere much worse!

As for that awful woman, take no notice of her. She is clearly one of those people who delights in upsetting others. Do you have anyone who can give Chip a longer walk now and then to make you worry less about that, maybe? Have you look at The Cinnamon Trust? Sairy , Rosie64 and fernlady like this. That woman should have offered to walk Chip for you if she feels so strongly about it.

Can you find anyone who would take him out for half an hour a few times a week. There are often sensible teenagers or older people who cannot keep a dog who would happily take on a bit of dog walking in exchange for a cup of tea and a chat. There is an ex junkie lad with a lot of problems in the village near me whose dog was his life.

The dog died a few months ago and he is walking a neighbour's dog for them every day. It is probably the highlight of his day.

I wish he could get another dog, he is a wonderful owner but he is being very sensible and says he has to save up first and is aiming at next summer to find a rescue dog. My dogs rip up their toys and bark at birds as well.

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I'm new to the forum so don't know much about you and chip except from what I've picked up from recent posts that I've read, every picture I've seen of him he looks very happy and content and I don't think you have any reason at all to think that you guys are not just perfect for each other! Please don't let her make you doubt yourself.

There's a similar kind of woman who lives near me and has upset several local dog owners with her unkind and totally unacceptable comments about their dogs,including mine. I'm seriously hoping my son doesn't ever bump into her because she's had me in tears a couple of times and he is not happy! I can't tell you how sorry and how angry I am that someone has made you feel this way. Perhaps we should feel sorry for her that she feels the need to make others feel bad?

Nah, I just feel she needs to mind her own and get a life! Rosie64 , Sarah H , SusieRainbow and 1 other person like this. Jul 29, Messages: Oh my goodness how rude! I think chip would choose to stay with you given the choice it looks like you have lots of fun!

Jan 5, Messages: A kind and devoted owner and a warm and living home He could have ended up somewhere much worse! As for that awful woman, take no notice of her. She is clearly one of those people who delights in upsetting others.

Do you have anyone who can give Chip a longer walk now and then to make you worry less about that, maybe? Have you look at The Cinnamon Trust? Sairy , Rosie64 and fernlady like this. That woman should have offered to walk Chip for you if she feels so strongly about it. Can you find anyone who would take him out for half an hour a few times a week.

There are often sensible teenagers or older people who cannot keep a dog who would happily take on a bit of dog walking in exchange for a cup of tea and a chat. There is an ex junkie lad with a lot of problems in the village near me whose dog was his life.

The dog died a few months ago and he is walking a neighbour's dog for them every day. It is probably the highlight of his day. I wish he could get another dog, he is a wonderful owner but he is being very sensible and says he has to save up first and is aiming at next summer to find a rescue dog.

My dogs rip up their toys and bark at birds as well. The little darlings caught a cat last night too, in the pitch dark and I do not know where it went when it eventually escaped. By the way, I am not one for thinking that everyone has a right to a dog or that things do not change and that you should never rehome a dog - but I truly think, considering Chip's breed, that there is not a problem.

Katalyst , Sairy , Rosie64 and 2 others like this. Feb 1, Messages: If i were a dog, and loved and cared for as well as Chip, with an owner so very, very committed to my health and happiness, i would consider myself very fortunate. Rosie64 , SusieRainbow , kimthecat and 2 others like this. Katalyst , Sairy , Rosie64 and 6 others like this. OMG you people are so lovely , you have made me cry with your lovely comments thank you so much you will never know just how much you have helped me. Rosie64 , Sarah H , fernlady and 3 others like this.

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The ellipsis for both would be "He come? Derby central England English - England. You must log in or sign up to reply here. Share This Page Tweet. Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? I got close with Bloodborne though. I took advantage of the bolt multiplier and wasn't entirely satisfied until I bought and upgraded everything.

I didn't play through it in A Crack in Time, but I platinum'd the movie game after finishing it about three and a half times so I could get all of the weapon bonuses.

User requested ban Member. Sep 27, Last edited: If its Just the same game with nothing New, i dont, even If i play the game again later. If there's something new and i liked the game, yes.

Did it first and did it best. I'm doing it in Shadow Of The Tomb Raider, but I somewhat regret it, because I immediately hopped into it a day or so after beating the game. I should have waited a month or so. It's just so uninteresting. I use to love it when I didn't have other games to rush back to in order to continue progression. Now story modes are one and done. But there have been a couple games that are short and have something interesting enough to make it worth playing again.

I was all over them in Chrono Trigger, due to the way that game's endings worked, and it also just being the best game ever. I don't think I've ever bothered in another game though.

Maybe Wind Waker to finish the figure gallery. I never found "New Game Plus" modes to be very fun. It feels like playing with cheat codes, which gets old fast. I should probably go back to Persona 5 and complete all of the social links now that you've reminded me. I really hate how the games limit you to ten character files, since I can't bring myself to delete old ones.

Demon's Souls was the worst with just four character slots, ugh. I think Ratchet and Clank is the only series I've ever done this with, and tbh I had fun with it. It had enough differences that I still found it enjoyable to do all over again.

I rarely ever replay games though. That, Pokemon, and Gears of War are the only ones I can remember beating multiple times off the top of my head.

Sep 27,  · I never do. I rarely play games a second time though. In the rare case that I do decide to play a game again, it's many years later, and at that point I'd rather start a new game. Oct 24,  · The Cinnamon Trust do not have any one in my area but they have my details for if any one becomes available. Chip will be going to Cinnamon Trust if anything should happen to me My Daughter works 2 jobs and doesn't have the time to help and my son has similar problems to mine so he can't walk far either. Does anyone have the right to turn someone else water supply off12MM+ Questions Answered · Helped Over 8MM Worldwide/10 (4, reviews).