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kg19
08-12-2006, 17:54
For my dogs, Kano and his lil side kick Bree.


I just cant keep them now thatI have a little baby.


Kano has been my brother since he was a puppy back in 99.

He has never been in any type of dog fight, not even the smallest accidental scuffle.

He is a pure loving lap dog in every shape and form.

He is a great watch dog, when people knock on the door, walk by, or he hears anything out of the ordinary, he barks his ass off till the coast is clear.

He has a perfect health record

He is not fixed

I will not even consider giving him to you unless you can prove to me that he will have as good of a life, if not better than he has now.

Absolutely no exceptions

I never thought this could be possible for me to have to find him a home, but when you have a little baby. It all changes.


I have had Bree for 2 years, she is a cute and small little brindle.
She is scared to meet new people, and a little bit timid, but she warms up to you after hangin out for a half hour or so and is also not aggressive in any way. Pure loving sweet heart.

Her and Kano are in love and very romantic

Please PM me if your interested.






Here's some pics, someone please give em a good home.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v116/kanothepit/kano5.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v116/kanothepit/bree1.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v116/kanothepit/kano4.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v116/kanothepit/bree2.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v116/kanothepit/kano3.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v116/kanothepit/monkey.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v116/kanothepit/kano2.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v116/kanothepit/kbree.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v116/kanothepit/kb.jpg

pjrocco
08-14-2006, 09:43
If you don't mind me asking... Why do you have to get rid of them because you have a baby? Are you fearful they will attack the baby?

They are fine looking animals.

kg19
08-14-2006, 11:20
Originally posted by pjrocco
If you don't mind me asking... Why do you have to get rid of them because you have a baby? Are you fearful they will attack the baby?

They are fine looking animals.


Thank you, they are pretty good lookers :)


To answer your question, they have never attacked anything.

They are just to big to keep around a baby, and If I had any dog their size, they would need a new home.

pjrocco
08-14-2006, 12:44
Originally posted by kg19
Thank you, they are pretty good lookers :)


To answer your question, they have never attacked anything.

They are just to big to keep around a baby, and If I had any dog their size, they would need a new home.

Got ya!

Not sure if this will help, but I had two pitbulls when my son and daughter were babies. The male was 98 pounds with a 25 inch head and the female was 82 pounds with a 23.5 inch head. They would inch around the kids when they where on the floor, or just lay back and "guard" them. They were always cautious of where the kids were.

Good luck finding a home for your beautiful dogs.

kg19
08-14-2006, 16:55
Originally posted by pjrocco
Got ya!

Not sure if this will help, but I had two pitbulls when my son and daughter were babies. The male was 98 pounds with a 25 inch head and the female was 82 pounds with a 23.5 inch head. They would inch around the kids when they where on the floor, or just lay back and "guard" them. They were always cautious of where the kids were.

Good luck finding a home for your beautiful dogs.

Thats awesome man, It's just a risk I personally am not willing to take.

Not saying anything bad that you did it, you did everything ya could the right way, and it warms my heart to hear you say that they would "guard" them and were always cautions around the kids. I am just to paranoid about it. Its relly wearing on my mind, been having headaches every day, all day since the baby came home.

Got any pics to post up of your 2?

Ender
08-14-2006, 21:28
Originally posted by kg19
Thats awesome man, It's just a risk I personally am not willing to take.

Not saying anything bad that you did it, you did everything ya could the right way, and it warms my heart to hear you say that they would "guard" them and were always cautions around the kids. I am just to paranoid about it. Its relly wearing on my mind, been having headaches every day, all day since the baby came home.

if they are good dogs (and very people friendly), give them the chance.

my cousin and his wife recently had a baby; their German Shepherd was VERY susceptible to seperation anxiety and such...they figured with all those issues they wouldn't be able to keep him.

after the baby was born, the dog (8 years old now), changed completely. he is still a little anxious when nobody is around, but with the baby he is COMPLETELY gentle and protective...