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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by [sfg]iants, Aug 2, 2011.
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Hannah goes to Law school.
+1 to this. If my dog went missing, I would immediately print out flyers and inform my neighbors. You've had the dog for a month and you live 5 houses down. They obviously weren't searching hard enough. And like booger said, they were so quick to give it back to you. If it was my dog, I would fight you for it!
I agree with Jen
stuff him in a box, poke some breathing holes and fedex him to me
I say give it back unless you feel based on the way the dog looked or acted that he was neglected or abused. It's difficult to say someone doesn't care because they didn't put the same effort into something as you would've. Especially since this family had kids and whatnot, there are 1,000 things going on for the mom at any given time and she may not have had a lot of time to look. Apparently they do care though, which should be enough to give it back.
Post some pictures of the dog!